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           A MUSICAL RESUME OF MANOAH LEIDE-TEDESCO


Incidental music and serenade for "The Jest” original cast, Rome, Italy (age 14); Longest Broadway run for John and Lionel Barrymore (1921).

Training in Italy, Pizzetti pere, Ferni, Barieri. Six years in Czechoslovakia, Jirak, Suk, later Strauss, Schoenberg.

Conducts premieres of Longo, DeFalla, Ravel, Ibert, in New York conducts New Chamber Symphony.

Chamber music performed by: Siegel Chamber Music Players, Mus.ical Arts Quintet (woodwinds), Eastman School Quartet, Chicago Symphony Quintet (wood­winds), Fine Arts Quartet, Quartetto Italiano. Opus 23 performed in 14 European nations.

Solos: A. Rosand, Mehuhin, Eudice Shapiro, Ricci, Leonard Shure, Serkin, Palmieri, Bagnoli (Venice), Aspen many others of lesser fame.

Conductors: Rodzinsky, Stewart, Toscanini, Solomon, Nicolai MaIko, Kubelik, Talich, Eisenberg (Mexico City), Gracis (Venice), many others of lesser fame.

Orchestras: NBC, CBS, Chicago Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, Orquesta Sinfonica (Mexico City), Czech Philharmonic, Vienna Philharmonic, BBC, RAI Rome, West Germany Radio Corp., Koln, Grant Park Chicago.

Produced contemporary compositions: Ibert (1st), Stravinsky (Histoire du Soldat), Schoenberg (Pierrot Lunaire) (1st), Roussel (1st), Ravel(L'enfant et les Sortiliges, Alborada del Gracioso) (1st), Longo (Matrona di Efesus) (1st), DeFalla (Sombrero, Amorbrujo) (1st), Strauss (PIano Concerto Epilogue) (1st).

Composition for Venice International Music Festival 1964, BBC (London), Koln Radio, Warsaw (Poland) Radio, RAI Rome.

Premiere American Performance of "Trittico di Salmi" (Tryptych of Psalms) by the United States Air Force Academy Band, conducted by Major Herman Vincent.