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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How to use Stokowski in a sentence
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.
Mr. Stokowski's doings of the last few years can no longer be classed as minor-league musical sensations.
Mr. Stokowski's dialectic vagaries are among the mysteries in which, for his own good reasons, he has chosen to wrap himself.
Mr. Stokowski in those days couldn't let creamed oysters alone, but neither could he take them.
British Dictionary definitions for Stokowski
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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