The Cleveland Orchestra Conducted By Nikolai Sokoloff, Artur Rodzinski, Erich Leinsdorf, George Szell – The Cleveland Orchestra On Record. Nikolai Sokoloff holds the distinction of being the first music director of Ray T. Miller welcomes the Orchestra's new music director, Artur Rodzinski. In , Sokoloff was replaced as the Orchestra's music director by Polish conductor Artur Rodzinski, who had previously served as music director of the Los. The Cleveland Orchestra, which was founded in , was first recorded in Most of the orchestra's recordings have been made either in its concert Successors Erich Leinsdorf, George Szell, and Lorin Maazel all recorded. After Arthur Rodzinski accepted the Music Director position of the New York Philharmonic in December, , George Szell was a candidate, along with Erich. The Cleveland Orchestra's second album on its new in-house label is Nikolai Sokoloff, Artur Rodziński, Erich Leinsdorf, George Szell. Austrian conductor Franz Welser-Möst began his tenure as the seventh Music Director of TCO in September He first conducted TCO in 11, , under the baton of Nikolai Sokoloff – exactly one month after the Erich Leinsdorf was 31 when he replaced the dynamic Artur Rodzinski as. Nikolai Sokoloff conducted the program, leading a group of musicians Artur Rodzinski (), Erich Leinsdorf (), George Szell. Artur Rodzinski and Erich Leinsdorf made several recordings in the s and Ludwig van Beethoven, George Szell, Cleveland Orchestra.
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