Maestro Of 9 Conducts A Concert 1947

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    Full title reads: "Maestro of 9 Conducts A Concert".

    Paris, France. Pierino Gamba, son of a Rome tradesman, conducts the Lamoureux orchestra.

    CU Pierino having his neck washed and hair combed by his mother before going to the concert.

    MS Seen on the rostrum conducting the orchestra and giving directions on how passages should by played.

    CU back view of a violinist showing the music on the stand before him.

    CU Violinists and Cellists playing.

    CU he wipes his brow as he finishes.

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    01:31:19:00 / 01:32:38:00
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