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 (tŏs′kə-nē′nē, tōs′kä-), Arturo 1867-1957.
Italian conductor of the Metropolitan Opera (1908-1915), the New York Philharmonic (1926-1936), and many other orchestras worldwide.
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(Biography) Arturo (arˈtuːro). 1867–1957, Italian conductor; musical director of La Scala, Milan, and of the NBC symphony orchestra (1937–57) in New York
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(ˌtɒs kəˈni ni)

Arturo, 1867–1957, Italian orchestra conductor.
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In 2010, Guliyev won the top award, the Giuseppe Sinopoli prize, at the International Conducting Competition named after Arturo Toscanini in Parma.
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1926: Toscanini conducted the first performance of Puccini's last opera, Turandot, in Milan.
| Her career took a major step forward in 1924 when La Scala's principal conductor Arturo Toscanini cast her as Freia and Sieglinde in the Milan opera house's production of the Ring Cycle.
Steven's father, Rudolph, was a violinist with the NBC orchestra, and he played under the demanding and irascible Maestro Arturo Toscanini; his mother, Mimi, was a painter.
Arturo Toscanini, an Italian immigrant who opposed dictator Benito Mussolini, conducted the NBC Symphony Orchestra for the internationally broadcast performance.
T'S a foggy November night in the Italian city of Parma and the Auditorium Paganini - home of the city's orchestra, the Filarmonica Arturo Toscanini - is buzzing.
Each score's record listed its publisher and "marking artist." I found digitized scores marked by Leonard Bernstein, Gustav Mahler, and Arturo Toscanini all available for viewing.
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Summary: Arturo Toscanini's fame and authority were so great, nothing could get between him and his adoring public
After intended pacemaker Toscanini fell out of the stalls, last year's Jersey Stakes hero was forced to make his own running under Will Buick.
Even though his pacemaker Toscanini missed the kick and could not get to the front, he dictated matters under William Buick, winning by nearly four lengths.