Every generation produces a handful of rare individuals with natural talent for, and unwavering dedication to, their art. One such case is the American-born, international conductor Frederick Fennell.
This volume spans his remarkable career from his humble beginnings in Cleveland, Ohio, to his emergence as one of the most significant conductors, recording pioneers, and music educators in the world.
This collection of writings and more than 100 photographs from the maestro's colleagues and students demonstrates his sensitive, perceptive, and enthusiastic approach to leadership and his profound influence on the profession.
A wonderful tribute to one of the true greats, beautifully produced, this book is worthy of any coffee table or personal library.