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

Pierre, 1875–1964, U.S. orchestra conductor, born in France.
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It was premiered on 16 May 1930 by l'Orchestre symphonique de Paris, conducted by Pierre Monteux, with Wiener at the piano.
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Although the campsite had an excellent swimming pool, we couldn't resist a visit to Splashworld in nearby Monteux.
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." And from Stravinsky, although he found Toscanini's choice of repertory sadly old-fashioned: "I have never encountered in a conductor of such world repute such a degree of self-effacement, conscientiousness and artistic honesty."
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We hope to see even more participants from the various mission systems for a more sustainable showcase," said Philippe Monteux, Head of Region, Southeast Asia & Pacific, Airbus Helicopters.
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.
Zinman's 50-plus-year career launched when Pierre Monteux saw him at the Berkshire Music Center and hired Zinman as his assistant with the London Symphony Orchestra, included 13 years as music director of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra.