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Szell

 (sĕl, zĕl), George 1897-1970.
Hungarian-born American conductor who was best known as the musical director of the Cleveland Orchestra (1946-1970).
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Szell

(sɛl)
n
(Biography) George. 1897–1970, US conductor, born in Hungary
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Szell

(sɛl)

n.
George, 1897–1970, U.S. pianist and conductor, born in Hungary.
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Instead, a new wave of emigre conductors, ranging from Arturo Toscanini to Fritz Reiner to George Szell, took the reins of American orchestras, fashioning them into first-rate ensembles, while artists such as Jascha Heifetz became legends.
George Szell's Reign: Behind the Scenes with the Cleveland Orchestra.
Rudolf Firkusny - piano, WDR Symphony Orchestra Cologne, Zdenek Macal, George Szell - conductors.
With which American orchestra was Hungarian-born conductor George Szell chiefly associated?
Szell, "Phenotype-genotype correlations for clinical variants caused by CYLD mutations," European Journal of Medical Genetics, vol.
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As a young horn player, he served as principal horn of the Buffalo Philharmonic under conductor Josef Krips and later joined The Cleveland Orchestra as associate principal horn in 1966, conducted by George Szell. ("The Cleveland Orchestra is amazing, you know, if you breathe on them wrong, they will play!" he said.) He toured with the New York Philharmonic to Japan, conducted by Leonard Bernstein, and to Europe and South America, conducted by Zubin Mehta.
Brusilow's tumultuous relationships with Pierre Monteux, George Szell, and Eugene Ormandy shaped his early career.
Her "Zueignung," for example, is much less aristocratic, perhaps less pompous, than Elizabeth Schwarzkopf's famous recording with George Szell. At the same time, Pieczonka is not as emotionally intense, perhaps overwrought, as Diana Damrau (try her disk with Christian Thielemann) or Karita Mattila as she sounded in a Toronto Summer Music Festival concert last August.