[stuh-kou-skee, -kawf-, -kawv-]
- Le·o·pold An·to·ni Sta·ni·slaw [lee-uh-pohld ahn-toh-nee stah-nee-slahf] /ˈli əˌpoʊld ɑnˈtoʊ ni stɑˈni slɑf/, 1882–1977, U.S. orchestra conductor, born in England.
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Mr. Stokowski then had been in this country nearly twenty years.
Mr. Stokowski did not address the audience on that occasion.
"I wish you would let Stokowski come out and explain to you what he is trying to do," said Hofmann.The Americanization of Edward Bok
Edward William Bok
For elegant tailoring he has no peer among orchestral chiefs, except, perhaps, Mr. Stokowski.
Mr. Stokowski is inordinately fond of gadgets and fancies himself as quite a technical expert.
- Leopold. 1887–1977, US conductor, born in Britain. He did much to popularize classical music with orchestral transcriptions and film appearances, esp in Fantasia (1940)
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