Arturo toscanini - nbc symphony orchestra - saint-saens symphony no.3 * ravel daphnis and chloe


Upon returning to Italy, Toscanini set out on a dual path for some time. He continued to conduct, his first appearance in Italy being at the Teatro Carignano in Turin , on November 4, 1886, [4] in the world premiere of the revised version of Alfredo Catalani 's Edmea (it had had its premiere in its original form at La Scala , Milan, on February 27, of that year). This was the beginning of Toscanini's lifelong friendship and championing of Catalani; he even named his first daughter Wally after the heroine of Catalani's opera La Wally . [5] However, he also returned to his chair in the cello section, and participated as cellist in the world premiere of Verdi 's Otello (La Scala, Milan, 1887) under the composer's supervision. Verdi, who habitually complained that conductors never seemed interested in directing his scores the way he had written them, was impressed by reports from Arrigo Boito about Toscanini's ability to interpret his scores. The composer was also impressed when Toscanini consulted him personally about Verdi's Te Deum , suggesting an allargando where it was not set out in the score. Verdi said that he had left it out for fear that "certain interpreters would have exaggerated the marking". [6] [7]

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