Dickson, Harry Ellis. Fiedler, Arthur, 1894-1979, Boston Pops Orchestra.
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Arthur Fiedler Boston Pops book. I thought Harry did a fair job of presenting Fiedler honestly. I saw him conduct once in Boston Symphony Hall in his final year. Excellent book for musicians to read. Aug 04, 2016 Doreen Farrar rated it it was amazing. Presents a loving yet candid biography of the Maestro by one of his closest associates. Very easy to read, lots of details, and showing a very different man than the public figure. Janice rated it liked it Jun 24, 2015.
Harry Ellis Dickson, old-school musician and personality who was first violinist of Boston Symphony Orchestra for . His friendship with Fiedler became the subject of his 1984 book, ''Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops,'' subtitled ''An Irreverent Memoir.
Harry Ellis Dickson, old-school musician and personality who was first violinist of Boston Symphony Orchestra for five decades and conductor of Boston Pops for nearly as long, dies at age 94 (M. 'I was probably as close to Arthur Fiedler as anybody ever got,'' he said once in an interview, ''and that wasn't very close. Mr. Dickson also wrote two other memoirs of his life in music, ''Gentlemen, More Dolce, Please'' and ''Beating Time'' (Northeastern University Press, 1995). Both were equally irreverent.
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Arthur fiedler boston pops. More intriguing sections of her book narrate her family's singular accomplishments: her grandfather's emigration from Austria to join the Boston Symphony, her father's navigation of the tides of cultural politics and of nationalist sentiment during WW I, and his endeavors to prove his mettle as a serious artist. That he loved dogs, fire engines, and women while hating children is, in the end, relatively uninteresting. Only Fiedler enthusiasts and habitus of the classical music scene will want to wade through the run-of-the-mill pop psychologizing featured here.
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Harry Ellis Dickson, an old-school musician and personality who was a first violinist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra for .
Harry Ellis Dickson, an old-school musician and personality who was a first violinist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra for five decades and a conductor of the Boston Pops. A witty raconteur, Mr. Dickson served for many years as a highly visible ambassador for classical music in the Boston area, founding the Boston Symphony Orchestra's youth concert series in 1959 and serving as music director of the Boston Classical Orchestra after his retirement from the Boston Symphony in 1987.
Arthur Fiedler conducts the Boston Pops Orchestra. He invented the free outdoor concert and the format that alternated light classics and popular music. His showmanship and sense of fun brought twirling double basses and inflatable sharks to the concert stage. After the first few bars, Mr. Dickson walked away from the podium, leaving the orchestra to play on leaderless.