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Leopold Stokowski

Leopold Anthony Stokowski (April 18, 1882September 13, 1977) was a British orchestral conductor, well known for his free-hand performing style that spurned the traditional baton and for obtaining a characteristically sumptuous sound from the orchestras he conducted.

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Classically trained? Of sufficient age? Hollywood spoofing the one and only Leopold Stokowski...the hair, no bato…
Philadelphia Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski - Ponchielli - Dance of the Hours
Classical music on WBOM. The Moldau (Vlatava), No. 2 by Leopold Stokowski -
paint their pictures on silence. Leopold
Shostakovich, Symphony no. 11, “The Year 1905” - Leopold Stokowski and the Houston Symphony Orc...
TIL that much like Marian Anderson, opera singer Shirley Verrett was invited by Leopold Stokowski to sing for the Houston Symphony in the e…
Leopold Stokowski was born on this day in 1882. With Greta Garbo in Rome, 1938. ullstein bild
While listening to Leopold Stokowski & Irwin Kostal's FANTASIA ~ THE LEGACY COLLECTION on my iPod. Go,...
Musicians paint their pictures on silence. We provide the music, and you provide the silence - Leopold Stokowski
...1938 poster of the conductor Leopold Stokowski, conducted music on Disney's Fantasia.by my dad Milton Quon
Since it IS Summer and the Hollywood Bowl is going full-blast . . . .
In 1927 Sergei Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 4 was premiered by the conducted by Leopold Stokowski
I'm listening to Symphonic Synthesis On Boris Godunov, For Orchestra (after Mussorgsky) by Leopold Stokowski on ...
For some reason named the turtle after Leopold Stokowski?
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Today In 1934 William Dawson's *** Folk Symphony" was premiered by the with Leopold Stokowski conducting.
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I mean the original piece by Leopold Stokowski not the movie with Nick Cage and Jay Baruchel
Fantasia is 75: Fantasia came about because of a dinner Disney had with the great conductor Leopold Stokowski
"A painter paints pictures on canvas. A musician paints pictures on silence.". -Leopold Stokowski…
In case if you're listening, I think the orchestra was the Philadelphia Orchestra under the baton of Leopold Stokowski (a conducting legend)
Nutcracker Suite by Leopold Stokowski & the PSO 4-Record Collection - 78rpm
Bach/Stokowski "Chaconne D minor" Leopold Stokowski - There is something absolutely glorious about this. Stunning.
LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI, Symphony Orchestra - Heart of the Ballet - LP ALP 1133
They're playing Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D minor (conducted by Leopold Stokowski) on THE ONE FROM FANTASIA!!
So! Walt Disney Records re-recorded & recently released the Leopold Stokowski arrangements for Fantasia. At long last!
“Musicians are athletes of the small muscles.” —Leopold Stokowski
Now Playing Leopold Stokowski - Wagner Tristan & Isolde: Prelude to Act III listen now
“A painter paints his pictures on canvas, but paint their pictures on silence.”~Leopold Stokowski
£7.50 - Collection only (I don't drive) from Bentilee, ST2. 62 VHS videos - singles + box sets (most are single videos, each in their own case, but some are doubles which contain 2 videos). All videos were working perfectly the last time they were used, but we haven't had a video player for several years now, so I haven't been able to test any of the recently - because of this, these videos will be sold as seen, with no returns. Most are in great condition, but a few have chips to the cases or slight damage to the cover artwork. Titles include - * DISNEY Fantasia (Leopold Stokowski, Deems Taylor) * DISNEY Lion King (x2) (James Earl Jones, Jeremy Irons, Rowan Atkinson, Whoopi Goldberg, Matthew Broderick) * DISNEY The Fox and the Hound (Kurt Russell, Mickey Rooney, Corey Feldman) * DISNEY Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Harry Stockwell, Eddie Collins, Stuart Buchanan) * DISNEY Beauty and the Beast : The Enchanted Christmas (Tim Currey, Haley Joel Esmont) * DISNEY Snow Dogs (Cuba Gooding Jnr, Sisqo, Graham ...
Fantasia is a 1940 American animated film produced by Walt Disney and released by Walt Disney Productions. With story direction by Joe Grant and *** Huemer, and production supervision by Ben Sharpsteen, it is the third feature in the Disney animated features canon. The film consists of eight animated segments set to pieces of classical music conducted by Leopold Stokowski; seven of which are performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra. Music critic and composer Deems Taylor acts as the film's Master of Ceremonies, who introduces each segment in live action interstitial scenes. Disney settled on the film's concept as work neared completion on The Sorcerer's Apprentice, an elaborate Silly Symphonies short designed as a comeback role for Mickey Mouse, who had declined in popularity. As production costs grew higher than what it could earn, he decided to include the short in a feature-length film with other segments set to classical pieces. The soundtrack was recorded using multiple audio channels and reproduced . ...
This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate. Leopold Stokowski conducts the New York City Symphony Orchestra. Asks for silence during the performance. Tommy Dorsey on Trombone. World Premiere of Nathaniel Shilkret's Concerto…
I spent the last half hour reading bios of Leopold Stokowski, Gloria Vanderbilt, and Gordon Parks. Know how they're connected?
To mark Leopold Stokowski's 88th birthday in 1970, a television documentary surveyed his life and career. In this programme, we see him rehearsing his own Am...
Introducing the international debut Deutsche Grammophon orchestral album from leading French-Canadian conductor Yannick Nezet-Seguin and the distinguished Philadelphia Orchestra.A powerful musical tribute to the mighty Leopold Stokowski (1882 1977), 35 years after his death, from the young conduc...
ERROR! Leopold Antoni Stanislaw Boleslawawicz Stokowski wasn't BORN in Nether Wallop, he died there!
That second name rings a bell. That's where the conductor Leopold Stokowski was born, was it not? But Twattingdon?
Leopold Stokowski conducts Debussy's Clair de lune. The Philadelphia Orchestra performs Stokowski's own arrangement. This was recorded in 1937 and again in 1...
Now playing on BLUE: "The Nutcracker Suite, Op 71A, Dance of the Reed Flutes" - Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Leopold Stokowski
Unforgettable music from a wonderful movie... LEOPOLDO STOKOWSKY (1882 - 1977) & THE Philadelphia Orchestra - Walt Disney'S FANTASIA (1940) The movie Fantasy by Walt Disney was presented to the public in 1940 and was a breakthrough not only in the animated film, but one of the first recorded music in stereo, which also served to start popularizing classical music among the public little or nothing prepared for it. The soundtrack LP was not published until the 50s. This album, including double CD, was released in 1990 celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the launch of the original work. The original analog records were cleaned and remastered for the occasion but, bridging the gap with the current state of the art audio, retain a luster that not requires recognizing it as 'oldies' and allow the future to preserve the uniqueness of this work. Leopold Anthony Stokowski (18 April 1882 – 13 September 1977) was a British conductor of Polish heritage. One of the leading conductors of the early and mid-20th C ...
Billy Jean Night Light You may find more on "Billy Jean Night Light" here: this list: The premiere frank capra collection (mr. smith goes to washington / it happened one night / you can't take it with you / mr. deeds goes to town / american madness / frank capra's american dream); A friday night lights companion: love, loss, and football in dillon, texas; Friday night lights (widescreen edition); Music for night people; Blue jean teddy bear and papa bear - springmaid switchplate and night light set; Woody herman light my fire; True religion women's straight leg jeans; Reshaping your business with web 2.0: using new social technologies to lead business transformation; Once upon a northern night; Leopold stokowski: the new york philharmonic columbia (us) recordings, volume 2; Essential 80's; Pop music: the modern era 1976-1999 [38 great hits]; Friday night lights; Light up the night; True religion men's ricky straight leg jean in raw; Billy jean night light; Like a ship in the night (78rpm version). Tags: g ...
A painter paints a picture on a canvas, but a musician paints a picture on silence. -> Leopold Stokowski.
Henry Hadley wrote his "Othello Overture" in 1919, and it was premiered by the Philadelphia Orchestra under Leopold Stokowski. This performance is by Grammy ...
TODAY'S CARTOON BREAK is surveying the complete Fleischer Studio Popeye cartoons; this is the 29th short in the series, and it's an awesome one! I've always loved both films (like ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST or A CLOCKWORK ORANGE) and cartoons (like Bugs Bunny's LONG HAIRED HARE) where the music is practically a character, and this is an outstanding example. Note that The Fleischers are making fun of the great conductor Leopold Stokowski, here lampooned by whoever has the wig on at a given time, years before the Looney Tunes crews' various attacks on him. Stokowski still headed up the Philadelphia Orchestra when this cartoon was released. It's also interesting that Franz von Suppé's "Poet and Peasant Overture" is one of the most overused pieces in early cartoons (along with Rossini's "Largo al factotum" from THE BARBER OF SEVILLE) which also shows up in the Sylvester cartoon CATS A-WEIGH! the Bugs Bunny cartoon BUNKER HILL BUNNY, the Donald Duck cartoon SLIDE DONALD SLIDE, and was used extensively i ...
Listening to Peter and the Wolf by Prokofiev, directed by Leopold Stokowski with Basil Rathbone as narrator from 1941. Loved it as a child. Still do.
Why a Bach Festival? by Georgia Calvo That Johann Sebastian Bach is still acknowledged as “the greatest” more than 300 years later is perhaps reason enough to have a Bach festival in Waupaca. But why not a Michaelangelo festival, or a Shakespeare festival. Both died before Bach was born, and their works live on. Bach’s music is everywhere today, (although often unrecognized). It is a basic element of our popular culture, even though there are many who would say they don’t like it. So why a festival? Perhaps for surprise and amazement, perhaps, to share the joy. In 1940 Walt Disney’s “Fantasia” was released, with Leopold Stokowski conducting Bach’s Toccatta and Fugue in D minor (written for organ).. It was a smash hit, but not a first. Bach has been in our mainstream movies since the 1930s, ranging more recently from “Primal Fear” to “Monty Python,” from “Hannah and Her Sisters” to the “Pelican Brief.” In the year 2000 alone, there were 55 US-made mainstream films using ...
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A few days back, there was a humorist post related to old age purporting that love and study should not belong to the domain of the old. True...to a great extent. After all we have gerontology not for nothing. It is basic to our structure to grow older, each second, each day. And it's not everyone's cup of tea to be someone like N. D. Tiwary. However, it's difficult to identify exact age point at which we begin getting old. Is it 40 ? 50 ? 60 ? This leads to the vital question : what is being old. An old person must have feeble memory, weak limbs and overall distaste to any thing new plus of course a huge load of life years on his back. But the British philosopher Thomas Hobbes translated Homer's Odyssey into English at the age of 87 and then one year later, the Iliad. American inventor Thomas Edison applied for his last patent at the age of 83, and the British conductor Leopold Stokowski negotiated a new five-year contract with his record label at the age of 95. The Russian lyric poet and novelist Bor .. ...
In 1969, during one of his annual summer trips to Europe, Leopold Stokowski gave a televised studio performance of his own orchestration of Bach's Passacagli...
in 1931: First Performance of American composer Aaron Copland's "Dance Symphony" conducted by Leopold Stokowski in Philadelphia
Leopold Stokowski tampered with the ending of some classical pieces to make people think about a different, more romantic plot.
I liked a video Leopold Stokowski conducts Tchaikovsky (
in 1944: first performance of Arnold Schoenberg's Piano Concerto, conducted by Leopold Stokowski with the NBC Symphony
Something is missing. Something obvious. Usually, it's so obvious you can't avoid it - in Center City, or leaching out into the neighborhoods and suburbs. But even though it's gone, few seem to have...
"Night on Bald Mountain" is playing on-line on SD Public Radio. Gauranteed to wake me.
“Painters paint pics on canvas. But musicians paint pics on silence. ~ Leopold Stokowski” :)
...and I happened to have dinner on night with Leopold Stokowski.
Toccata (from Toccata & Fugue in D minor), BWV 565 - Transcription: Leopold Stokowski (1882-1977) by Boston Symphony Orchestra, from
A painter paints on a canvas, but a singer paints their art on silence -Leopold Stokowski
"It is not necessary to understand music; it is only necessary that one enjoy it." - Leopold Stokowski
When my paternal Grandfather died some years ago, I was amazed to discover a collection of Rachmaninoff 78rpm albums among his possessions. What an unexpecte...
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Movie time out: Fantasia (1940) Honorary Oscars Walt Disney, Leopold Stokowski A collection of animated interpretations of great works of Western classical music.
top music soundtrack Memoirs of a Geisha by John Williams Pride & Prejudice by Jean-Yves Thibaudet Titanic by James Horner The Village by James Newton Howard Lord of the Rings by Howard Shore Moulin Rouge by Craig Armstrong and Marius de Vries Pirates of the Caribbean by Klaus Badelt and Hans Zimmer Pearl Harbor by Hans Zimmer The Blue Lagoon by Basil Poledouris Annie by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin Sound of Music by Rodgers & Hammerstein Fiddler on the Roof by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick Paheli by M. M. Kreem The Black Stallion by Carmine Coppola Braveheart by James Horner Grease by Michael Gibson, Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey My Best Friend's Wedding by James Newton Howard Planet of the Apes by Jerry Goldsmith Ben-Hur by Miklós Rózsa Lion King Elton John, Tim Rice and Hans Zimmer Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron by Hans Zimmer An American Tail by James Horner All Dogs Go to Heaven by Ralph Burns Fantasia conducted by Leopold Stokowski with the Philadelphia Orchestra Pocahontas by Alan Menken a ...
Bach's great Toccata and fugue in d minor bwv 565 orchestrated by Leopold Stokowski and performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Andrew Lit...
Leopold Stokowski, Conductor: During the 1920s and 1930s Leopold Stokowski was the epitome of American showmansh...
in 1968, Leopold Stokowski and the American Symphony Orchestra, which he had founded six years earlier, gave the opening concert of the Madison Square Garden...
Classical Music Today – January 2 In 1724 Bach’s Sacred Cantata No. 153 ("Schau, lieber Gott, wie meine Feind") premiered in Leipzig as part of his first annual Sacred Cantata cycle. In 1732 Frantisek Xaver Brixi was baptized in Prague (no birth date is known). In 1735 part 5 ("Ehre sei dir, Gott, gesungen") of the 6-part "Christmas Oratorio" S. 248 by Bach premiered in Leipzig. In 1780 Johann Ludwig Krebs died at age 65 in Altenburg, Germany. In 1837 (Gergorian) Mily Balakirev was born in Nizhny-Novgorod (Julian – Dec. 21, 1836). In 1843 Wagner conducted the premiere of his opera, "Der fliegende Holländer" (The Flying Dutchman) in Dresden at the Hoftheater. In 1905 Sir Michael Tippett was born in London. In 1913 Gardner Read was born in Evanston, Illinois. In 1915 Karl Goldmark died at age 84 in Vienna. In 1936 Morton Gould’s "Chorale and Fugue in Jazz" was premiered by the Philadelphia Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski conducting. In 1955 Glenn Gould played his first U.S. recital in Washington, D.C ...
♥ "Nutcracker, suite from the ballet, Op. 71..." by Leopold Stokowski on ♫
A painter paints pictures on canvas. Musicians paint there pictures on silence.- Leopold Stokowski
A Little bit of Movie Trivia.. Taxi Driver (1976) Did You Know? Robert De Niro's most iconic moment as Travis Bickle - "You talkin' to me?" - was improvised from a single line in Paul Schrader's screenplay, which says: Bickle speaks to himself in the mirror. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) Did You Know? The gag where wheelchair-bound Dr Scott smashes through a wall only happened because the production department forgot to put a door in the set. Fantasia (1940) Did You Know? The film came about after the ambitious Walt Disney overspent on short The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by hiring revered conductor Leopold Stokowski to handle the score. Rather than writing off the debt, Disney decided to spend more by making a whole feature. Black Swan (2010) Did You Know? Natalie Portman dislocated her rib during production and discovered that the film's budget was so low they couldn't afford a medic. The actress gave up her trailer so one could be hired. North By Northwest (1959) Did You Know? Cary Grant was actu . ...
Arnold Schoenberg Violin Concerto Op. 36 premiered on this day in 1940 | The first performance was given by Russian-American virtuoso Louis Krasner with The Philadelphia Orchestra – conducted by Leopold Stokowski | The 3 movement concerto employs twelve-tone techniques – yet noticeably stronger tonal melody and thematic structure than many of his earlier works
Virgil Thomson (1896- 1989), Movement No. 4, Finale, from the Suite "The River", The Symphony of the Air, Leopold Stokowski, conductor. Works by John Steuart...
Glenn Gould and Leopold Stokowski in the slowest Emperor Concerto ever. But in a good way.
Aries The Arian judges others by their deeds, not their words; is concerned with the effects of others' actions, not their purposes; and is detennined to influence what actually happens, not to analyse it. Aries characteristics have been predominant have included Marlon Brando, Bette Davis, Louis Armstrong; the painter Vincent Van Gogh; the novelists Emile Zola and Georges Sand; and conductor Leopold Stokowski.
Check out this photo of Leopold Stokowski, the BU conductor of Carmina Burana 58 years ago!
Jascha Heifetz performs from the first movement of P.I. Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto, in D major, opus 35; Tchaikovsky completed the work in 1878. This clip is taken from the 1947 Hollywood film Carnegie Hall, whose cast included Leopold Stokowski, Jan Peerce, Arthur Rubinstein and Gregor Piatigors...
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Listening to Prelude and Libestod from Wagner's Tristan und Isolde. Leopold Stokowski conducting the London Symphony Orchestra. A real gem.
Finally !!! Just bought Leopold Stokowski - Fantasia by the Philadelphia Orchestra :-) Perfect listen for a Sunday late evening !!!
La Gioconda: Dance of the Hours by The Philadelphia Orchestra & Leopold Stokowski —
I want to take a moment to thank Tom Gimbel for giving me the coolest concert-going experience of my lifetime last night, not only did we (my buddies Patrick, Jason TwoLions Hess, and Erin Tompkins) get in to see Jack White's epic performance for the Austin City Limits "Live Taping" (as they dub it), TwoLions and I got to take a back stage look at how THE LONGEST RUNNING music show on TV happens. Seeing their director (who has been with the show since it's inception, I believe) operate the control room like he was Leopold Stokowski conducting the New York Phil was just as mindblowingly cool as what Jack White and his two different backup bands were doing on stage. Amazing. Thanks again, Tom. Anytime you want to be on the sidelines at an SMU game, I think I know a guy who can make that happen. ;)
Leopold Stokowski and Jose Serebrier conduct the second movement of the Fourth Symphony by Charles Ives (excerpt).
Sound the Alarm - The Dallas Symphony goes for bombast with Leopold Stokowski's orchestration of Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition.
This Day In Music! September 13 1954 - Judy Garland was on the cover of "Life" magazine. 1960 - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission banned payola. 1965 - The song "Yesterday/Act Naturally" was released by the Beatles. 1969 - John Lennon and Yoko Ono's Plastic Ono Band made their live debut at the Rock 'n' Roll Revival Concert. Eric Clapton was on guitar. 1969 - The Toronto Rock 'n' Roll Revival Festival took place. 1974 - Stevie Wonder started his first tour since his near-fatal car accident. 1977 - Symphonic conductor Leopold Stokowski died at the age of 95. 1979 - Abba began their first North American tour in Edmonton, Alberta. 1982 - RCA Records announced that David Bowie had left for the South Seas where the filming of "Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence" was to begin. 1983 - "Sports" by Huey Lewis and the News was released. 1985 - Sting began his first solo tour in San Diego. The tour was to support the album "Dream Of The Blue Turtles." 1989 - Bruce Springsteen recorded "Viva Las Vegas" for "The L ...
On this day in 1910, Mahler, Gustav unveiled his Eighth Symphony at a concert in the Neue Musik-Festhalle before an audience of 3200 that included among its numbers Richard Strauss, Camille Saint-Saëns and Anton Webern, as well as Thomas Mann. Arthur Schnitzler and Max Reinhardt…and Leopold Stokowski (who would later give the work its US premiere). Here's the symphony's closing mystic chorus from the Gramophone Award-winning recording under Klaus Tennsted
The American Symphony Orchestra is a New York-based American orchestra founded in 1962 by Leopold Stokowski whose mission is to demystify orchestral music and make it accessible and affordable for all audiences. Leon Botstein is the orchestras music director and principal conductor. They perform reg...
Legendary baton-free British conductor Leopold Stokowski conducts todays Morning Concert from 10am with Graeme McKinnon...
Originally a Julliard-trained bassist playing 2nd chair bassist under Leopold Stokowski, Victor A Labate (1908-1981), known to Bob as “Uncle Willie,” made a career for himself as a jazz musician in his twenties. He played in major jazz big bands including the Jimmy Durante Jazz Band which played in ...
My favorite Disney movie of all time was Fantasia (1940), which is essentially Walt Disney and Leopold Stokowski's ambitious attempt to bring classical music to the big screen masses and also the very first movie commercially released in stereo or surround sound (through an early special stereophonic sound system called Fantasound). I like Disney's Fantasia the most besides Dexter's Lab, Samurai Jack and other works by Genndy Tartakovsky, mainly because not only do I have a very special and good ear for listening to music which not only incorporates traditional symphonic and orchestral, electronic or ethnic instrumental and vocal musical sounds, or any combination thereof, but is also unlike today's modern music, which is repetitive, but the music also speaks to me, especially in terms of emotion. Also, besides being *** bent on reviving the kind of actual good quality animated cartoon stuff that one of my heroes, Genndy Tartakovsky, used to create at Hanna Barbara and Cartoon Network between 1994 and 2 ...
"Danse Macabre" by Leopold Stokowski is probably one of my favourite pieces.
Leopold Stokowski conducts the New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra in part of the slow movement from Tchaikovsky's 5th Symphony in the 1947 movie "Carne...
On this day in 1957: Leopold Stokowski made his debut. Learn more:
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just discovered Jose Iturbi. A great conductor, pianist and musician. Here's more about him. Temperamental, volatile Spanish-born pianist and conductor whose life and career were varied and often controversial. Born in Valencia, he was a child prodigy, giving piano recitals by the age of seven and supplementing the family income by playing for up to 14 hours daily at a silent cinema theatre. He was an honours graduate from the Conservatoire de Musique in Paris, and, by the age of 24, occupied Franz Liszt's former post as leader of the piano department of the Geneva Conservatory. In 1928, he made his London debut as a concert pianist and the following year played Beethoven's G Major Concerto to great critical and audience acclaim under Leopold Stokowski's direction in Philadelphia. Not content with his triumphs, he branched out into conducting from 1933, eventually fronting the Rochester Philharmonic and conducting his first opera in 1959. Iturbi enjoyed an almost pop star-like status (even converting 1950 ...
Beginning going through the boxes of items that belonged to my parents & I find ... are you sitting down? ... a large album of extremely old records, the kind that played at 78 speed! Heavy as the dickens! Fragile, too! Amazing: this is where records got their start! I cannot tell what year these date from, but my guess would be late 1940s (not sure when record companies quit making 78s). Artists include: Boston Pops, Gyorgi Sandor (the pianist), Chicago Symphony Orchestra (performing Wagner), Leopold Stokowski & the Philadelphia Orchestra. What an intriguing peek into a few nooks & crannies of musical history! (Also here, in an envelope by itself: Address of General Douglas MacArthur before Congress, April 19, 1951--on a 78-speed record!)
Glen Sather is really going for the Leopold Stokowski look.
Today (in 1891) Carnegie Hall opened with a concert that included Tchaikovsky conducting his 'Festival Coronation March'. Hosting the likes of Sergei Rachmaninoff, Gustav Mahler, Fritz Kreisler, Sir Thomas Beecham, Leopold Stokowski, Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, and Luciano Pavarotti … what a stage! Speaking of stage- almost showtime!
I have accidentally copied my iTunes content into the wrong folder. I now have 214,819 tracks by Leopold Stokowski.
Painting of Jazz musician Chet Baker with a Leopold Stokowski quote.
Stokowski_Fans: Leopold Stokowski fan club. Unofficial club for info, support and discussion about the late Leopold Stokowski, conductor.
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PhilaOrchestra: Stay tuned for fun facts about Leopold Stokowski and the performances in June!
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