George Szell, 1897 - 1970
At the podium of Hill Auditorium, University of Michigan (1956-1957)
Born: 7 June 1897, Budapest
Died: 30 July 1970, Cleveland, Ohio
Biography from Wikipedia
George Szell quotes:
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- Conductors must give unmistakable and suggestive signals to the orchestra — not choreography to the audience. permalink
- In music one must think with the heart and feel with the brain. permalink
- Twenty-one piano sonatas, 27 piano concertos, 41 symphonies, 18 masses, 13 operas, 9 oratorios and cantata, 2 ballets, 40 plus concertos for various instruments, string quartets, trios and quintets, violin and piano duets piano quartets, and the songs. This astounding output includes hardly one work less than a masterpiece. permalink
Viva Mozart: An Anthology of Appreciation
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