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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).

Szell

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

Szell

(sɛl)

n.
George, 1897–1970, U.S. pianist and conductor, born in Hungary.
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With which American orchestra was Hungarian-born conductor George Szell chiefly associated?
Meanwhile, the importance of social innovation successfully addressing social, economic, political and environmental challenges of the 21st century has been recognized not only within the Europe 2020 strategy, but also on a global scale (see the manifold contributions in Harrisson, Bourque, & Szell, 2009; Franz, Hochgerner, & Howaldt, 2012 and Moulaert, MacCallum, Mehmood, & Hamdouch, 2013a).
Vi y escuche por primera vez en vivo al gran musico Kurt Masur (Brzeg, Polonia, y entonces Brieg, Alemania, 1927-Greenwich, EU, 2015) en 1991, en el que seguramente fue uno de sus primeros conciertos al frente de la ya historica Filarmonica de Nueva York (a ella han estado ligados otros musicos de la talla de Mahler, Tbscanini, Barbirolli, Rodzinski, Walter, Stokowski, Mitropoulos, Bernstein, Szell, Boulez, Mehta, Maazel, por ejemplo) que habia dejado el hindu Zubin Mehta, en un memorable programa en el que prevalecieron la figura de su adorado Johannes Brahms, y claro, por supuesto Mozart, de quien ese ano se conmemoraba su bicentenario luctuoso y tambien primordial en el repertorio masuriano.
Brusilow's tumultuous relationships with Pierre Monteux, George Szell, and Eugene Ormandy shaped his early career.
5) As Myron Bloom puts it, "My boss, George Szell would have a terrible time in today's world, he just wouldn't do it, wouldn't put up with it unless he was given the control and responsibility for the results.
Her "Zueignung," for example, is much less aristocratic, perhaps less pompous, than Elizabeth Schwarzkopf's famous recording with George Szell.
Acceptance into assistant conducting positions (collaborative, passive and active) (Slatkin, 2012; Szell, 2011).
La tardia incorporacion de Espana al sistema politico democratico, en comparacion con buena parte de sus socios actuales europeos, explica que tematicas relevantes como la democracia organizacional, la gestion de los recursos humanos, la participacion, hayan sido objeto de estudio en Espana posteriormente a lo que lo fueron en las democracias industriales europeas, entre 1950 y 1980 (Lammers and Szell, 1989).
Even though in the shadow of Fournier's recordings with the conductors George Szell (1961) and Istvan Kertesz (1967), it is nonetheless a valuable creation.
When he auditioned with the Cleveland Orchestra prior to being hired to fill the shoes of conducting legend George Szell, who had died in 1970, some 90 members of the orchestra did not vote for him, choosing instead to vote for another candidate.
Husband-wife duo TamEis Szell and Szabina SzullE run the kitchen, and have earned the restaurant its coveted star with their creative and artfully presented interpretations of Hungarian cuisine - such as a deconstructed goulash, where the flavours of the hearty soup are kept intact in a light, consomme consistency; and a delicate breaded egg yolk and egg confit spaghetti concoction that is as intriguing as it is tasty.