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A look behind the scenes with our second Music Director Artur Rodzinski and his dog Hank Selassie at the piano.
What do you suppose are the odds that this album was released just after Star Wars premiered? Greatest Album Covers, Country Gospel, Worst Album Covers, Bad Album, Pochette Album, Lp Cover, Music Album Covers, Great Albums, Record Sleeves
What do you suppose are the odds that this album was released just after Star Wars premiered?
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100th Season in Review
THE CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA | The 100th Season in Review
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Má Vlast - long trailer
an old book with the title ravina 1932 written in it's cover art
The Ravinia Festival – 3 Decades of Program Covers (and other related graphics)
The Ravinia Festival - 3 Decades of Program Covers (and other related graphics) - Print Magazine
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Studio Najbrt
The Czech Philharmonic | Studio Najbrt
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Printed score of Mahlers 5th Symphony Adagietto The first page with Willem Mengelbergs extensive markings in red and blue Conductor of Concertgebouw Orchestra , Amsterdam , premiered some Gustav Mahler and Richard Strauss compositions stock photo
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Classical, Opera & Ballet Posters for sale | eBay
Richard STRAUSS (Composer): Der Rosenkavalier - Original 1912 Broadside | eBay
an old concert poster for the cleveland orchestra, with men in suits and ties on stage
The Cleveland Orchestra 1926 Vintage Concert Poster Nikolai Sokoloff Conductor
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1923 Nikolai Sokoloff, The Cleveland Orchestra at Carnegie Hall
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Beethoven & Prometheus: A Hero's Journey
The CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA | Beethoven & Prometheus: A Hero's Journey
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Janáček v cizině ano. U Suka a Nováka je to jinak – Opera PLUS
Leoš Janáček in the garden in front of his Brno house
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New York Philharmonic | Document Not Available Online
Did you know Gustav Mahler came to Cleveland? The date was December 6, 1910 and he brought the orchestra of the Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York for a concert at Gray's Armory in Cleveland
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Lincoln Center
Leonard Bernstein conducting the New York Philharmonic at the opening concert of Philharmonic Hall (now Avery Fisher Hall) at Lincoln Center, September 23, 1962. In this photo, taken from the back of the stage, the orchestra is performing Mahler’s Symphony No. 8, “Symphony of a Thousand.”
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Opening night for the new Philharmonic Hall at Lincoln Center, September, 1962, Leonard Bernstein conducting. Opinion of the Hall's acoustics turned negative within months. The orchestra sounded harsh and unblended, and the bass section was almost inaudible. The musicians were up in arms, unable to hear themselves on the stage. George Szell, the celebrated conductor of the Cleveland Orchestra, was witheringly dismissive.