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 Month: March
 Serial/Series Title: Toscanini: Centennial Series (Don Gillis Collection)
NBC Radio Broadcast: Toscanini - Centennial Series, 3/15/1967

NBC Radio Broadcast: Toscanini - Centennial Series, 3/15/1967

Date: March 15, 1967
Creator: Gillis, Don
Description: This recording is a part of the radio series “Toscanini: Centennial Series,” which was a tribute to conductor Arturo Toscanini on the hundredth anniversary of his birth, and was a subset of the radio series "Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend". The broadcasts consist of music performed by the NBC Orchestra as well as interviews with composers, conductors, orchestra members, and other people associated with Toscanini. This segment includes performances of Finlandia, Symphony No. 2 by Jean Sibelius.
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NBC Radio Broadcast: Toscanini - Centennial Series, 3/22/1967

NBC Radio Broadcast: Toscanini - Centennial Series, 3/22/1967

Date: March 22, 1967
Creator: Gillis, Don
Description: This recording is a part of the radio series “Toscanini: Centennial Series,” which was a tribute to conductor Arturo Toscanini on the hundredth anniversary of his birth, and was a subset of the radio series "Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend". The broadcasts consist of music performed by the NBC Orchestra as well as interviews with composers, conductors, orchestra members, and other people associated with Toscanini. This segment includes performances of the Overture to La Forza del Destino by Guiseppi Verdi, and Symphony No. 9 by Ludvig van Beethoven.
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NBC Radio Broadcast: Toscanini - Centennial Series, 3/29/1967

NBC Radio Broadcast: Toscanini - Centennial Series, 3/29/1967

Date: March 29, 1967
Creator: Gillis, Don
Description: This recording is a part of the radio series “Toscanini: Centennial Series,” which was a tribute to conductor Arturo Toscanini on the hundredth anniversary of his birth, and was a subset of the radio series "Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend". The broadcasts consist of music performed by the NBC Orchestra as well as interviews with composers, conductors, orchestra members, and other people associated with Toscanini. This segment includes performances of Egmont Overture by Ludvig van Beethoven, The Invitation to the Dance by Carl Maria von Weber, Symphony No. 99 by Joseph Haydn, and an interview with Dr. Hugh Ross.
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NBC Radio Broadcast: Toscanini - Centennial Series, 3/8/1967

NBC Radio Broadcast: Toscanini - Centennial Series, 3/8/1967

Date: March 8, 1967
Creator: Gillis, Don
Description: This recording is a part of the radio series “Toscanini: Centennial Series,” which was a tribute to conductor Arturo Toscanini on the hundredth anniversary of his birth, and was a subset of the radio series "Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend". The broadcasts consist of music performed by the NBC Orchestra as well as interviews with composers, conductors, orchestra members, and other people associated with Toscanini. This segment includes performances of Nocturne: Fetes by Claude Debussy, Pohjola's Daughter by Jean Sibelius, Sinfonie Concertante in B-flat by Joseph Haydn, and an interview with Dr. Hendel.
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NBC Radio Broadcast: Toscanini - Centennial Series, 3/1/1967

NBC Radio Broadcast: Toscanini - Centennial Series, 3/1/1967

Date: March 1, 1967
Creator: Gillis, Don
Description: This recording is a part of the radio series “Toscanini: Centennial Series,” which was a tribute to conductor Arturo Toscanini on the hundredth anniversary of his birth, and was a subset of the radio series "Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend". The broadcasts consist of music performed by the NBC Orchestra as well as interviews with composers, conductors, orchestra members, and other people associated with Toscanini. This segment includes performances of Kindersinfonie by Leopold Mozart, Excerpt from Act IV of Carmen by Georges Bizet, Symphony No. 1 by Dmitry Shostakovich, and includes an interview with Peter Dellheim.
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