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    John Barbirolli - 57
    Eduard van Beinum - 22
    Leonard Bernstein - 81
    Karl Bohm - 57
    Bernard Haitink - 75

    Eugen Jochum - 40 (+5)
    Herbert von Karajan - 66
    Rudolf Kempe - 43
    Istvan Kertesz - 3
    Otto Klemperer - 86 (+5)

    Hans Knappertsbusch - 1
    Rafael Kubelik - 91
    Peter Maag - 1
    Pierre Monteux - 16
    Charles Munch - 8

    Fritz Reiner - 2
    Hermann Scherchen - 1
    George Szell - 42
    Bruno Walter - 17
    Felix Weingartner - 1

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    John Barbirolli - 57
    Eduard van Beinum - 22
    Leonard Bernstein - 86 (+5)
    Karl Bohm - 57
    Bernard Haitink - 75

    Eugen Jochum - 40
    Herbert von Karajan - 71 (+5)
    Rudolf Kempe - 43
    Istvan Kertesz - 3
    Otto Klemperer - 86

    Hans Knappertsbusch - 1
    Rafael Kubelik - 91
    Peter Maag - 1
    Pierre Monteux - 16
    Charles Munch - 8

    Fritz Reiner - 2
    Hermann Scherchen - 1
    George Szell - 42
    Bruno Walter - 17
    Felix Weingartner - 1

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    John Barbirolli - 57
    Eduard van Beinum - 22
    Leonard Bernstein - 86
    Karl Bohm - 57
    Bernard Haitink - 75

    Eugen Jochum - 40
    Herbert von Karajan - 71
    Rudolf Kempe - 43
    Istvan Kertesz - 3
    Otto Klemperer - 91 (+5)

    Hans Knappertsbusch - 1
    Rafael Kubelik - 91
    Peter Maag - 1
    Pierre Monteux - 16
    Charles Munch - 8

    Fritz Reiner - 2
    Hermann Scherchen - 6 (+5)
    George Szell - 42
    Bruno Walter - 17
    Felix Weingartner - 1
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    It's a tight board at the top with Klemperer and Kubelik competing for first place along with Bernstein.

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    John Barbirolli - 60 (+3)
    Eduard van Beinum - 22
    Leonard Bernstein - 91 (+5)
    Karl Bohm - 57
    Bernard Haitink - 75

    Eugen Jochum - 40
    Herbert von Karajan - 71
    Rudolf Kempe - 43
    Istvan Kertesz - 3
    Otto Klemperer - 91

    Hans Knappertsbusch - 1
    Rafael Kubelik - 91
    Peter Maag - 1
    Pierre Monteux - 16
    Charles Munch - 10 (+2)

    Fritz Reiner - 2
    Hermann Scherchen - 6
    George Szell - 42
    Bruno Walter - 17
    Felix Weingartner - 1

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    John Barbirolli - 60
    Eduard van Beinum - 22
    Leonard Bernstein - 91
    Karl Bohm - 57
    Bernard Haitink - 80 (+5)

    Eugen Jochum - 40
    Herbert von Karajan - 71
    Rudolf Kempe - 43
    Istvan Kertesz - 3
    Otto Klemperer - 91

    Hans Knappertsbusch - 1
    Rafael Kubelik - 96 (+5)
    Peter Maag - 1
    Pierre Monteux - 16
    Charles Munch - 10

    Fritz Reiner - 2
    Hermann Scherchen - 6
    George Szell - 42
    Bruno Walter - 17
    Felix Weingartner - 1
    I treat my music like I treat my pets. It’s something to own, care about and curate with attention to detail. From a blog by hjr.

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    John Barbirolli - 60
    Eduard van Beinum - 22
    Leonard Bernstein - 91
    Karl Bohm - 62 (+5)
    Bernard Haitink - 80

    Eugen Jochum - 40
    Herbert von Karajan - 71
    Rudolf Kempe - 43
    Istvan Kertesz - 3
    Otto Klemperer - 92 (+1)

    Hans Knappertsbusch - 1
    Rafael Kubelik - 100 (+4)
    Peter Maag - 1
    Pierre Monteux - 16
    Charles Munch - 10

    Fritz Reiner - 2
    Hermann Scherchen - 6
    George Szell - 42
    Bruno Walter - 17
    Felix Weingartner - 1

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    Our Top Ten Conductors:

    1. Rafael Kubelik
    2. Otto Klemperer
    3. Leonard Bernstein
    4. Bernard Haitink
    5. Herbert von Karajan
    6. Karl Bohm
    7. John Barbirolli
    8. Rudolf Kempe
    9. George Szell
    10. Eugen Jochum

    Aside from Haitink getting 80 points, the outcomes were not surprising.

    Thanks for playing!!

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    Glad to see Haitink do so well.
    I treat my music like I treat my pets. It’s something to own, care about and curate with attention to detail. From a blog by hjr.

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    Thanks to all of you who participated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog View Post
    Our Top Ten Conductors:

    1. Rafael Kubelik
    2. Otto Klemperer
    3. Leonard Bernstein
    4. Bernard Haitink
    5. Herbert von Karajan
    6. Karl Bohm
    7. John Barbirolli
    8. Rudolf Kempe
    9. George Szell
    10. Eugen Jochum
    Gigantic list! Two of my all time favourite conductors at the very top and Lenny above HvK... I couldn`t possibly ask for more!
    I wouldn`t call it a surprise but I wasn`t expecting Kempe to be in the top list beforehands. I probably should re-explore him.

    Thank you Bulldog and Brahmsian Colors for this great game!

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    I like Kubelik's work a lot but I would never have expected him to top a list of our favourites. I wonder what recordings led to that volume of votes? It is also a surprise to see that Haitink is back in fashion (with us at any rate).

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    Quote Originally Posted by enthusiast View Post
    i like kubelik's work a lot but i would never have expected him to top a list of our favourites
    ..............ditto..............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enthusiast View Post
    I like Kubelik's work a lot but I would never have expected him to top a list of our favourites.
    I feel Kubelik is a good pick for 1st place. Who would have been better?

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    ^ Finding a better one was not my point. I'm sure he is as worthy as others in the list (some great ones scored nearly nothing!) but I was just surprised at him winning. He is not the sort of conductor who inspires adulation in the way that most of the other top scorers are. So I wondered if there was some particular part of his work that built that enthusiasm.

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