Arturo Toscanini stands as one of the greatest, perhaps THE greatest conductor of all times. He knew Verdi and Puccini and conducted their works. He created the NBC Symphony, conducted at the Metropolitan Opera and the New York Philharmonic and at the Bayreuth Festival in Germany until he opposed Nazism. The museum in the house where he was born is a superb collection of instruments, mementoes and documents that will prove enlightening.
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