A young Ozawa as a contestant on "What's My Line" in 1963


Unknown said…
Ok, I think that after 8 noninations for a Grammy Ozawa got to win one. He's up there with Simon Steeple or Baronboim as a legendary conductor. A comparison (of sorts) is that De Caprio has never won an Oscar.
Interesting to see what Woody Allen was up to in the early 1960s.
Martin J Frid said…
Wasn't Woodie Allen a surprise, he had no clue of course.

I like how classical orchestras still need that one man waving the baton to make the magic happen. It's a lesson for democracy - all must follow one, but one also have to follow all, or it will all get "cracy" :)

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