The following photographs of Tabuteau appeared in various print publications. They are presented below chronologically.
This photograph appeared in Charles O’Connell’s book: The Victor Book of the Symphony. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1935.
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
The Record, October 13, 1937, Philadelphia PA
Life Magazine article about the Curtis Institute of Music; December 12, 1938
Tabuteau when he performed the Mozart Quartet as a concerto with the Philadelphia Orchestra in the fall of 1939
Martha Scherer collection (MSS 71) / Curtis Institute of Music Archives
Tabuteau had two hobbies: cooking and gambling. He was a master of the first! Philadelphia Inquirer. November 19, 1939.
Tabuteau with William Kincaid in Symphony Magazine, 1942
Tabuteau suffering with the gout. Time Magazine: March 8, 1943.
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.
ca. March-April 1945
The above photo of Marcel Tabuteau appeared in Life Magazine in 1945.
Marcel Tabuteau and Arturo Toscanini; Coronet Magazine, March 1946
Philadelphia Bulletin, April, 28, 1949
Marcel Tabuteau, Laila Storch, and John Mack during a rehearsal with Pablo Casals during the 1950 Prades Festival. Time Magazine, January 8, 1951
Adrian Siegel’s photograph of Tabuteau for the Philadelphia Orchestra’s 1st Chair Recording of 1952
Tabuteau trying out two oboes during a break in rehearsal. Published on February 4, 1954 after Tabuteau retired from the Philadelphia Orchestra (unknown publication).
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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