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United States conductor (born in Hungary) (1897-1970)

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Szell served as music director from 1946 until his death in 1970.
Tarlos has also declared he is open to the notion - resurrected recently by a nationalist councillor - of renaming Moszkva ter (Moscow Square) after the fin-de-siecle prime minister Kalman Szell, who lent his name to the busy transport hub during Hungary's hard-right inter-war period, and more recently to the Fidesz government's package of economic reforms.
Born in 1941 in Budapest Gyorgy Szell grew up in Germany and Luxembourg.
You've got these periods of music that were really important, like (George) Szell in Cleveland and (Leonard) Bernstein in New York," says Periera.
Tenor soloist with Knappertsbusch, Ackermann, Ludwig, Sebastian, Slatkin, Lane, Szell, Boulez, etc.
George Szell conducts the London Symphony Orchestra, and if ever you thought of him as a bullying martinet, just listen to the heart-on-string violins in one of the episodes in the rondo-finale.
Indem Anita Szell das Leben und Schaffen des nach Amerika ausgewanderten und heute nicht mehr bekannten banatischen Schriftstellers Rene Fulop-Miller zusammenfasst, schliesst sie eine Lucke in der ostmitteleuropaischen Literaturforschung.
I grew up on the Elizabeth Schwarzkopf and George Szell LP, and it remains the favourite of many who love these songs (EMI).
For a moment one could set aside the bona fides comparison game: was Gleeson as elegant as Levine, as precise as Szell, as passionate as Dudamel, as mannered as Furtwangler?
Richard Widmark is coming over--he wants to read for Szell," the Olivier part.
Like much of Schubert's music, the Ninth can be viewed lightly and cheerfully, and such conductors as George Szell (Sony), George Solti (Decca), and more recently Simon Rattle (EMI) have treated it as such.
At one time conductors of almost all the major American orchestras were Jews: Bruno Walter, Pierre Monteux, Eugene Ormandy, George Szell, Georg Solti, Serge Koussevitzky, William Steinberg.
Was he really meant to conceal his work with Bruno Walter, Clemens Krauss, George Szell, Hans Knappertsbusch, Herbert von Karajan, Wilhelm Furtwangler, and Eugen Jochum among conductors, or Richard Strauss, Hans Pfitzner, and Paul Hindemith among composers?
Christian '[The White Angel]' Szell from Marathon Man (Laurence Olivier) "Is it safe?