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Conductors (Music)

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:

Alexander Saslovsky, 1920

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Identifier: B367.03.0002.0020.00001

Chancellor Ritchie Conducting Lamont Symphony Orchestra, 1995

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Identifier: U201.02.0141.0001.00001
Overview Photographic image of Chancellor Daniel Ritchie conducting the Lamont Symphony Orchestra at the University of Denver, circa 1995. Chancellor Ritchie is facing the orchestra and in the forground of the image most of the musicians can be seen.

Cleofonte Campanini (Chicago Grand Opera Co.)

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Identifier: B367.03.0002.0005.00002
Overview Cleofonte Campanini (9-1-1860 to 12-19-1919) conducted at the Metropolitan Opera and first conductor of the Chicago Opera.

Dmitri Mitropoulos

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Identifier: B367.03.0002.0016.00017
Overview Dmitri Mitropoulos (2-18-1896 to 11-2-1960) Conductor of the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra and associated with NY Philharmonic.

Dmitri Mitropoulos

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Identifier: B367.03.0002.0016.00024
Overview Dmitri Mitropoulos (2-18-1896 to 11-2-1960) Conductor of the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra and associated with NY Philharmonic.

Duke Ellington

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Identifier: B367.03.0002.0008.00003
Overview Duke Ellington (4-29-1899 to 5-24-1974) American composer, pianist and bandleader of jazz orchestras.

Duke Ellington, 1951 February

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Identifier: B367.03.0002.0008.00004
Overview Duke Ellington (4-29-1899 to 5-24-1974) American composer, pianist and bandleader of jazz orchestras.

Frank St Leger from NYC, 1936-1952

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Identifier: M123.03.0195.0007
Overview Black and white photograph of CCOHA stage director, Frank St Leger, as the conductor of the 1936 prodution of 'The Gondoliers,' with the 1936 CCOHA festival.

Franz Allers, 1950 September

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Identifier: B367.03.0002.0003.00005
Overview Franz Allers (8-16-1905 to 1-26-1995) conductor of ballet, opera, Broadway musicals, film scores and symphony orchestras, best known for conducting original productions of My Fair Lady and Camelot, for each of which he won Tony Awards

Franz and Carolyn Allers

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Identifier: B367.03.0002.0003.00006
Overview Franz Allers (8-16-1905 to 1-26-1995) conductor of ballet, opera, Broadway musicals, film scores and symphony orchestras, best known for conducting original productions of My Fair Lady and Camelot, for each of which he won Tony Awards. He was married to Carolyn Allers.