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People/Characters: Arturo Toscanini

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Arturo Toscanini: Contemporary Recollections of the Maestro by B. H. Haggin
Arturo Toscanini: The NBC Years by Mortimer H. Frank
A Cadenza for Caruso by Barbara Paul
Der Dirigent im 20. Jahrhundert by Adolf Weißmann
The Glorious Ones by Harold C. Schonberg
The Great Conductors by Harold C. Schonberg
Grosse Dirigenten by Kurt Blaukopf
Gustav Mahler by Jens Malte Fischer
Horowitz: His Life and Music by Harold C. Schonberg
The Letters of Arturo Toscanini by Arturo Toscanini
Memoirs of an Amnesiac by Oscar Levant
The Men Who United the States: America's Explorers, Inventors, Eccentrics and Mavericks, and the Creation of One Nation, Indivisible by Simon Winchester
Musical World of Walt Disney by David Tietyen
Nijinsky by Richard Buckle
Portraits of Greatness : Toscanini by John W. Freeman
Prima Donna at Large by Barbara Paul
Puccini : Turandot : 2005/6 [programme] by Royal Opera House
Reflections on Toscanini by Harvey Sachs
Talking of Music by Neville Cardus
These Wonderful People by Noel Ames
This Was Toscanini by Samuel Antek
The Times Great Lives: A Century in Obituaries by Ian Brunskill
Toscanini by Harvey Sachs
The Toscanini Legacy by Spike Hughes
Toscanini: An Intimate Portrait by Samuel Chotzinoff
Toscanini: Musician of Conscience by Harvey Sachsnot in English Common Knowledge
Verdi: His Music, Life, and Times by George Whitney Martin

Character description

Arturo Toscanini (Italian pronunciation: [arˈturo toskaˈnini]; March 25, 1867 – January 16, 1957) was an Italian conductor. One of the most acclaimed musicians of the late 19th century and 20th century, he was renowned for his brilliant intensity, his restless perfectionism, his phenomenal ear for orchestral detail and sonority, and his photographic memory.


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