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Monteux

Pierre . 1875--1964, US conductor, born in France
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Major organization : COMMUNE DE MONTEUX (21840080200011)
Critique: A deftly crafted and informative memoir, "Shoot the Conductor: Too Close to Monteux, Szell, and Ormandy" is the latest addition to the outstanding University of North Texas Press 'Mayborn Literary Nonfiction' series and an inherently absorbing read from beginning to end.
Among the eminent conductors she collaborated with are Pierre Monteux, Joseph Keilberth, Hermann Scherchen, Gennadi Rozhdestvensky, Alexander Dimitreev, Eric Leinsdorf, Rudolf Kempe, Adrian Boult, Malcolm Sargent, Charles Mackerras, Moshe Atzmon, Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos, Andrew Davis, Anthony Wit and Aaron Copland.
Bacon, to his credit, managed to maintain cordial relations with the symphony, which not only survived, but also entered into one of its most illustrious periods under conductor Pierre Monteux.
But her colleague from the Renault Nissan purchasing organisation, Dominique Monteux, revealed that when container shipping rates were high, she was rebuffed by carriers when attempting to seek long-term agreements on price.
I wrote to Sam at Hancock Point, Maine, which was right across from the building where the legendary Pierre Monteux conducted class.
Now, I'm not so sure, even if I still have a slight preference for Monteux.
Mr Salvi established his reputation as a harpist in the US under such renowned conductors as Arturo Toscanini and Pierre Monteux.
Toscanini and Pierre Monteux gave us fine versions of Elgar's Enigma Variations, but a sympathetic orchestra is sometimes necessary.
Certainly French-oriented conductors like Pierre Monteux, Paul Paray, or Charles Munch can lead orchestras, but all had to have a grounding in "the classics" which meant the German classics: Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, and Brahms.
The roster of conductors who have performed Still's works includes Pierre Monteux, Antal Dorati, Sir John Barbirolli, Fritz Reiner, Eugene Ormandy, George Szell, Eric Leinsdorf, Leopold Stokowski, Artur Rodzinski, Sir Hamilton Hardy, Eugene Goossens, Guy Fraser Harrison, Howard Hanson, and Otto Klemperer.