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Thirty years after his death, Fritz Reiner's contribution--as a conductor, as a teacher (of Leonard Bernstein, among others), and as a musician--continues to be reassessed. Music scholar and long-time friend Philip Hart has written the definitive biography of this influential figure.
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Fritz Reiner (1888-1963 was not only a consummate musician but also a major participant in the evolution of concert and opera in America, in the development of characteristically American music, and in the education of musicians. In this biography, Philip Hart supplements exhaustive research with personal knowledge and experience to produce and authoritative study of his complex subject.About the Author:
Phillip Hart, Reiner's colleague at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and friend until his death, has worked in music administration at The Juilliard School and with orchestras in Chicago, Portland, and Seattle. He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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