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    Leopold Stokowski Signed Letters. A set of three letters, signed by Leopold Stokowski and Paul Tucci, regarding Tucci's first season as the principal bassoonist of the Houston Symphony in 1958. Stokowski, best known for his collaboration with Walt Disney to create Fantasia (conducting the music and appearing in the classic film), was the conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, and the NBC Symphony Orchestra, to name a few. At age 73, he stepped in as the Music Director of the Houston Symphony Orchestra and remained there from 1955 to 1961. These typed notes on Stokowski's letterhead are signed by him in black ink, and by Tucci in blue ink. In Very Fine condition with heavy vertical mailing creases and mild age toning. Accompanied by LOA from PSA/DNA.

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