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His sound is striking — a penetrating warmth of substantial bandwidth — even if the technique had started to fade. Work Title Chanson triste Alt ernative.
Please obey the copyright laws of your country. By then, several years into his BSO tenure, he had largely given up the bass in favor of what would be a legendary conducting career.
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He nevertheless talked his way into the conservatory of the Moscow Philharmonic, where one of the only scholarships left was for a double-bass student; Koussevitzky completed the five-year course in five months. By the age of 20 he was in tiste Bolshoi Theater orchestra while at the same time pursuing a solo career, following in the fretwork of the two greatest bassists of old, Domenico Dragonetti and Giovanni Bottesini.
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Contents 1 Performances 1.