Toscanini

  • (noun): Italian conductor of many orchestras worldwide (1867-1957).
    Synonyms: Arturo Toscanini

Some articles on toscanini:

Toscanini's
... Toscanini's Ice Cream Company (known simply as Toscanini's or Tosci's) is an ice cream parlor and café in Cambridge, Massachusetts, founded in 1982 ...
Toscanini's - History
... Toscanini's original (and presently only) location is at 899 Main St ... Toscanini's ice cream can also be found in some restaurants and supermarkets in the Boston area, such as Whole Foods Market ... with author Helen Epstein, entitled Ice Cream Man 25 Years at Toscanini's, presenting a personal story of how Toscanini's came to be ...
Fountains Of Rome
... Arturo Toscanini originally planned to conduct the work in 1916, but the Italian composer refused to appear for the performance after a disagreement over his having included some of ... Although the premiere was unsuccessful, Toscanini finally conducted the work in Milan in 1918 with tremendous success ... Toscanini recorded the music with the NBC Symphony Orchestra in Carnegie Hall in 1951 the high fidelity recording was issued on LP and then digitally ...
Frank Guarrera - Early Life and Career
... The competition win also brought him to the attention of conductor Arturo Toscanini, who invited Guarrera to make his La Scala debut as Fanuel in Arrigo Boito's Nerone in 1948 ... I was taken to Toscanini's studio at NBC ... Later, Toscanini's son, Walter, spoke to me ...
Toscanini: The Maestro
... Toscanini The Maestro is a documentary produced and directed by Peter Rosen, about Italian conductor Arturo Toscanini, who is considered by many to be the greatest maestro of the twentieth century ... Toscanini The Maestro is the last television program narrated by Alexander Scourby, is hosted by James Levine, and features interviews with former NBC ... Excerpts from several of Toscanini's television appearances, preserved on black-and-white kinescopes, which at that time were undergoing extensive restoration prior to their release on ...