Contains data on the lives of significant Americans who have achieved prominence in diverse careers and professionsduced new works by Camille Saint-Saens and Berlioz, and in 1894 produced Wagnera#39;s Die Gotterdammerung and Die Walkiire. ... He resigned from the Symphony in 1927, although he served afterward as guest conductor on occasion, and became musical ... During his career he composed a number of operas himself, none of great distinction, including The Scarlet Letter, ... he opposed strikes and advised workers to cooperate with management to correct unfair working conditions.
|Title||:||Webster's American biographies|
|Author||:||Charles Lincoln Van Doren, Robert McHenry|
|Publisher||:||Merriam Webster - 1979-12-12|