Toscanini, Arturo  (1867 – 1957)
Italian Conductor. Conductor known for his prodigious musical ear and memory, energy, personality and temperament. He pursued excellence in all aspects of conducting and music wherever he was a conductor. Conducted at La Scala 1898-1907, 1921-1931; conducted at New York Metropolitan Opera 1907-1921; and at the New York Philharmonic Orchestra 1928-1933

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thank you card (February 14, 1934) Arturo Toscanini
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With portrait attached

 


Toscanini, Arturo (undated) unknown
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Carnegie Hall playbill (September 29, 1936) Alfred Scott Publisher, 156 Fifth Ave, N.Y.
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Portions copied are program performance only

 


Farewell Concert at Carnegie Hall (April 29, 1936) Carnegie Hall
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Autographed program

 

 
 
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