Arthur Fiedler

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Noun1.Arthur Fiedler - popular United States conductor (1894-1979)Arthur Fiedler - popular United States conductor (1894-1979)
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While there he played third horn with the Boston Pops under Arthur Fiedler, including a seven-week tour of the Midwest and East Coast.
She even made cameo appearances in films and performed in concert with Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops.
Ofrecio memorables recitales con musicos de la talla de Manuel Maria Ponce, Julian Carrillo y el propio Arrau, y en los anales de nuestro quehacer musical figuran de igual modo sus celebres participaciones con la Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional, bajo la direccion de connotadas batutas como el propio Carlos Chavez, Jose Pablo Moncayo, Eduardo Mata, Kiril Kondrashin, Igor Markevitch o Arthur Fiedler.
At the age of nine she made her nationally televised debut with the Boston Pops and the legendary Arthur Fiedler, with whom she embarked on several American tours.
I read once that Arthur Fiedler had sold more classical albums than any conductor who ever lived.
There were two recipients of the Dena Epstein Award for Archival and Library Research in American Music: Ayden Adler, doctoral student at the Eastman School of Music, for her project "Classical Music for People Who Hate Classical Music": The Influence of Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Orchestra on the Culture of Classical Music in America," and Ryan Patrick Jones, doctoral student at Brandeis University, for his project "Aaron Copland's The Tender Land.
Name dropper: Renwick has performed with Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops, Leonard Bernstein and Dave Brubeck.
She is the daughter of the Boston Pops conductor Arthur Fiedler, and in her previous book, Arthur Fiedler: Papa, the Pops, and Me, she gave us a frank view of her irascible father, who was continually humbled by the BSO's Serge Koussevitzky.
GERSHWIN Popular orchestral works (BMG): It is good to have Gershwin's best-loved orchestral works (Rhapsody in Blue, An American in Paris, 'I Got Rhythm' Variations and the Piano Concerto) all assembled on one disc, particularly one which reissues such deftly idiomatic performances from Arthur Fiedler and his Boston Pops Orchestra with pianist Earl Wild.
Located adjacent to the New England Conservatory of Music and just up the street from Symphony Hall, the 90-unit apartment building in Boston's Fenway neighborhood was once home to theatrical personalities and musicians, including renowned Boston Pops conductor Arthur Fiedler.