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By Anonymous on April 15, 2016

I put him in the "conductor" category because he is best known for his conducting, but he is also a composer, a pianist, and an educator with an eagerness to reach out and communicate with people whether they be illustrious contemporaries or the average man in the street whose knowledge of music may be non-existent.

As a composer, not only did he write popular works, but he also took inspiration and analysis and perspective from non-classical formats. As a conductor, he was eager to tackle different genres of music. However, it would be folly to rate him to be among as high as all-time giants like Beethoven and Bach in the composer category. I think it's only fair to rate each role differently.

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