News/Printed Photos

The following photographs of Tabuteau appeared in various print publications. They are presented below chronologically.

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This photograph appeared in  Charles O’Connell’s book: The Victor Book of the Symphony. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1935.

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Tabuteau “Out West” during a tour with the Philadelphia Orchestra (Phoenix, Arizona 1936).

The following four newsprint photos appeared in 1937 on the occasion of Tabuteau’s being made a Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur

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The Record, October 13, 1937, Philadelphia PA

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Life Magazine article about the Curtis Institute of Music; December 12, 1938

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Tabuteau when he performed the Mozart Quartet as a concerto with the Philadelphia Orchestra in the fall of 1939

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Martha Scherer collection (MSS 71) / Curtis Institute of Music Archives

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Tabuteau had two hobbies: cooking and gambling. He was a master of the first! Philadelphia Inquirer. November 19, 1939.

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Tabuteau with William Kincaid in Symphony Magazine, 1942

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Tabuteau suffering with the gout.  Time Magazine: March 8, 1943.

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Eugene Ormandy, Fritz Kreisler, and Marcel Tabuteau discuss the slow movement of Brahms’ Violin Concerto. Photo in Popular Photography of July 1944 by Adrian Siegel.

 

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Martha Scherer collection (MSS 71) / Curtis Institute of Music Archives

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ca. March-April 1945

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The above photo of Marcel Tabuteau appeared in Life Magazine in 1945.

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Marcel Tabuteau and Arturo Toscanini; Coronet Magazine, March 1946

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March 1948

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Philadelphia Bulletin, April, 28, 1949

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Marcel Tabuteau, Laila Storch, and John Mack during a rehearsal with Pablo Casals during the 1950 Prades Festival. Time Magazine,  January 8, 1951

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Adrian Siegel’s photograph of Tabuteau for the Philadelphia Orchestra’s 1st Chair Recording of  1952

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Tabuteau trying out two oboes during a break in rehearsal. Published on February 4, 1954 after Tabuteau retired from the Philadelphia Orchestra (unknown publication).

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This photo appears on the back cover of a record jacket for a recording issued by Coronet Recording Company in 1965 entitled:  Marcel Tabuteau ‘Art of the Oboe.’

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