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Mon·teux

 (mŏn-to͝o′, môN-tœ′), Pierre 1875-1964.
French-born American conductor of many major orchestras. He was noted as an interpreter of 20th-century music.

Monteux

(French mɔ̃tø)
n
(Biography) Pierre (pjɛr). 1875–1964, US conductor, born in France

Mon•teux

(mɒnˈtœ, mɔ̃-)

n.
Pierre, 1875–1964, U.S. orchestra conductor, born in France.
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Let Pierre Monteux stand for all: "I had before me, simply, a man of genius, a conductor such as I had never seen in my life, a true revelation in the art of conducting and interpretation.
Monteux, "An Introduction to Camphill Communities and the BA in Curative Education," Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care 3 (2004): 67-74.
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Camille Andree Marie Monteux, Institution Building in Kosovo: The Role of International Actors and the Question of Legitimacy, Yayinlanmamis Doktora Tezi, Londra, The London School of Economics and Political Science, 2009.
Only the preternatural calm of conductor Pierre Monteux saved the premiere from collapsing entirely.
LF: Schnabel was presented with the possibility of teaching me by two conductors--the then conductor of the San Francisco Symphony, Pierre Monteux and Alfred Hertz, who was Monteux's predecessor.
Monteux (el director) lanzaba miradas afligidas a Diaghilev, quien sentado en el palco de honor, le hacia senales para proseguir la ejecucion.
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Brusilow's tumultuous relationships with Pierre Monteux, George Szell, and Eugene Ormandy shaped his early career.