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The Egos of Conductors

Dec 10, 2006

Boyce Lancaster talks with Maestro Albert-George Schram, former staff conductor of the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, about conductor's egos. Schram tells the tale of Igor Stravinsky conducting his own score, and how his ego led him astray. [audio src="http://wosu.org/audio/classical/2006/ConductorsEgos.mp3"] Highlights From This Interview: Albert-George: "The Symphony of Psalms (1930) by Stravinsky had just come out, and Rafael Kubelík studied the score, and he studied it. And he was going to perform it.