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Fictitious conductor used by unscrupulous record companies to release works by other artists under false names to avoid paying royalties or obscure the fact they are public domain recordings
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Fictitious conductor used by unscrupulous record companies to release works by other artists under false names to avoid paying royalties or obscure the fact they are older or public domain recordings.
  
His name is meant to be confusingly similar to real conductor [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferdinand_Leitner Ferdinand Leitner].
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His name is meant to be confusingly similar to that of real conductor [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arturo_Toscanini Arturo Toscanini] (1867–1957).
  
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He was used on releases in the 1960s by Bravo! Records, Design Records, and Bravo!'s successor label, International Award Series. He conducted the "Festival Orchestra Of Milan," "Hamburg Festival Symphony Orchestra," "Italian Festival Symphony Orchestra," and "The International Festival Orchestra." Man, Toscali loved him some festivals.  
You may add '''Ferdinand Leitgeb''' to the list of nonexistent conductors, along with [[Ralph De Cross]], [[Amleto Toscali|Arturo Toscali]], and the others. No, he isn't Ferdinand Leitner, as you might guess, but rather, Hans Swarowsky.
 
 
 
- ''Fanfare'' magazine, volume 13, issue 4, page 201. 1990
 
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==See also==
 
*[[George Richter]]
 
*[[Alfred Gerhardt]]
 
*[[Ralph De Cross]]
 
 
 
==External Links==
 
Fictitious conductor used by unscrupulous record companies to release works by other artists under false names to avoid paying royalties or obscure the fact they are public domain recordings
 
 
 
He was credited on releases by Summit Records in 1978 where he led the "Salzburg Pro Musica Orchestra."
 
 
 
His name is meant to be confusingly similar to real conductor [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferdinand_Leitner Ferdinand Leitner].
 
  
 
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==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*[[Ferdinand Leitgeb]]
 
*[[Ferdinand Leitgeb]]
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*[[Ralph De Cross]]
 
*[[George Richter]]
 
*[[George Richter]]
 
*[[Alfred Gerhardt]]
 
*[[Alfred Gerhardt]]
*[[Ralph De Cross]]
 
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
*https://www.discogs.com/artist/3233319-Ferdinand-Leitgeb
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*https://www.discogs.com/artist/1431712-Amleto-Toscali
 
*https://books.google.com/books?id=GU89AQAAIAAJ&dq=%22ralph+De+Cross%22&focus=searchwithinvolume&q=%22Leitgeb%22
 
*https://books.google.com/books?id=GU89AQAAIAAJ&dq=%22ralph+De+Cross%22&focus=searchwithinvolume&q=%22Leitgeb%22
  
[[Category:1978|Toscali, Amleto]]
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[[Category:1960|Toscali, Amleto]]
 
[[Category:Albums|Toscali, Amleto]]
 
[[Category:Albums|Toscali, Amleto]]
 
[[Category:Hoaxes|Toscali, Amleto]]
 
[[Category:Hoaxes|Toscali, Amleto]]
 
[[Category:Fictional conductors|Toscali, Amleto]]
 
[[Category:Fictional conductors|Toscali, Amleto]]

Latest revision as of 06:06, 25 September 2019

Fictitious conductor used by unscrupulous record companies to release works by other artists under false names to avoid paying royalties or obscure the fact they are older or public domain recordings.

His name is meant to be confusingly similar to that of real conductor Arturo Toscanini (1867–1957).

He was used on releases in the 1960s by Bravo! Records, Design Records, and Bravo!'s successor label, International Award Series. He conducted the "Festival Orchestra Of Milan," "Hamburg Festival Symphony Orchestra," "Italian Festival Symphony Orchestra," and "The International Festival Orchestra." Man, Toscali loved him some festivals.

You may add Ferdinand Leitgeb to the list of nonexistent conductors, along with Ralph De Cross, Arturo Toscali, and the others. No, he isn't Ferdinand Leitner, as you might guess, but rather, Hans Swarowsky.

- Fanfare magazine, volume 13, issue 4, page 201. 1990

See also

External Links