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NBC Radio Broadcast: Toscanini - The Man Behind the Legend, 1/26/1966
This recording is a part of the radio series “Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend,” which was a tribute to conductor Arturo Toscanini. 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 Verdi's Te Deum and Hymn of the Nations, and features Toscanini: The Verdi Years.
NBC Radio Broadcast: Toscanini - The Man Behind the Legend, 5/26/1965
This recording is a part of the radio series “Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend,” which was a tribute to conductor Arturo Toscanini. 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 Beethoven's Coriolanus Overture and Smetana's The Moldau, and features an interview with Edward Block, member of the Robert Shaw Chorale.
NBC Radio Broadcast: Toscanini - The Man Behind the Legend, 6/26/1963
This recording is a part of the radio series “Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend,” which was a tribute to conductor Arturo Toscanini. 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 Verdi's Aida and a tribute to Toscanini.
NBC Radio Broadcast: Toscanini - The Man Behind the Legend, 10/26/1966
This recording is a part of the radio series “Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend,” which was a tribute to conductor Arturo Toscanini. 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 Beethoven's Overture to Coriolanus, Franck's Psyché et Eros, and Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition.