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Barbirolli

Sir John. 1899--1970, English conductor of the Hallé Orchestra (1943--68)
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English Tone Pictures: Bax, Delius, and Ireland: Sir John Barbirolli, London Symphony Orchestra and Halle Orchestra.
Over lunch, in the famous French restaurant, Sir Thomas Beecham opened his latest attack in the long-running feud with his rival conductor, John Barbirolli.
Liverpool pulled in the mega-famous Leopold Stowkowski (with the London-based Royal Philharmonic, which had none other than the legendary Jack Brymer as its principal clarinet), together with concerts by Sir John Barbirolli and Sir Adrian Boult.
Jacqueline Du Pre /Dame Jane Baker/Sir John Barbirolli
She is best remembered for her performance of the Elgar Cello Concerto with Sir John Barbirolli, and Wallfisch chose this piece for his tribute to the player he so much admired, but who died in 1987 at the age of 42.
His assessments of such idols as the conductors John Barbirolli and Leopold Stokowski, both of whom were far more "intuitive" and flamboyant musicians than the cerebral Barenboim, not only glow with generosity and warmth, but with insight too--as when he notes how Barbirolli backed up his deeply emotive sense of musical logic with professional discipline by personally bowing the string parts of nearly every piece he conducted.
Miniatures for flute, oboe and piano was composed in 1948 but not published until 1963; dedicated to Lady and Sir John Barbirolli, songs of Mexico, Peru and North America are featured.
Sir John Barbirolli, conductor; Andra Navarra, cello.
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.
Sir Colin Davis and his younger compatriot Sir Simon Rattle represent the latest generation of a long tradition of Sibelius advocates within the United Kingdom which began early in the century with the efforts of Sir Granville Bantock, to be quickly followed by Sir Thomas Beecham, Sir John Barbirolli, Sir Malcolm Sargent, Basil Cameron, and Anthony Collins.
The recording I attended at the Queen's Hall featured Sir John Barbirolli conducting the Halle Orchestra for a performance of Stravinsky's Symnphony of Psalms, followed by Benjamin Britten conducting the orchestra of the Royal Opera House in extracts from his opera Peter Grimes.
His predecessors include Leopold Stokowski, Sir John Barbirolli, Lawrence Foster, Christoph Eschenbach and Hans Graf.