Artur Rodzinski & Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra - DX. 8210
Artur Rodziński (January 1, 1892 – November 27, 1958) was a Polish conductor of opera and symphonic music. He is especially noted for his tenures as music director of the Cleveland Orchestra and the New York Philharmonic in the 1930s and 1940s.Artur Rodziński was born in Split, the capital of Dalmatia on January 1, 1892. Soon after, his father, of Polish descent, and a general in the army of the Habsburg empire returned with his family to Lwów, Poland. Artur studied music in Lwów, and then law in Vienna, where he simultaneously enrolled at the Academy of Music; his teachers there included Josef Marx and Franz Schreker (composition), Franz Schalk (conducting), and Emil von Sauer and Jerzy Lalewicz (piano). He returned to Lwów where he was engaged as chorus master at the Opera House, making his debut as a conductor in 1920 with Verdi's Ernani. The following year saw him conducting the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra and at the Warsaw Opera House. While visiting Poland, Leopold Stokowski heard Rodziński leading a performance of Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg and exclaimed "I have found that rare thing, a born conductor!" and invited him to conduct the Philadelphia Orchestra.
|Title||Artur Rodzinski & Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra - DX. 8210|
|Manufacture||Columbia Gramophone Co. Ltd.|
|Serial No.||DX. 8210|
|Artist - 1||Artur Rodzinski|
|Instrument - 1||Orchesta|
|Side1 - Song1||Symphony No. 6 In B Minor (Pathetique) - Part -1 First Movment - Adagio : Allegro Non Troppo (First Part)|
|Side2 - Song1||Symphony No. 6 In B Minor (Pathetique) Part - 10 - Fourth Moment - Final : Adegio Iamentoso (Conclusion)|
Artur Rodzinski & Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra - DX. 8210- 78 RPM
- Brand: Columbia Gramophone Co. Ltd.
- Product Code: DX. 8210
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