“Musician of Conscience.” Actually the word 'unconscionable' comes to mind.
Hah!!!!All the readers who return books late shall face the wrath of Toscanini the libarian 😡
I reckon there's a bit of Toscanini in most of us. We just don't have the talent or authority to get to express it. But how many people complain of sociopathic bosses? (Not me - I wasn't one. I hated the one job I had where I was a boss of a large staff, and I tried too hard to be liked, I realise in hindsight.)How's stomping on watches, one after the other, for mental instability? How's constantly breaking his batons?
How is constantly bringing someone down with insults? Are these not signs of a man in trouble with himself?
Most of them.I didn't mean to be sarcastic earlier. I said i personally can only think of that. I'm just wondering when you say arrested or put into mental asylum, what professions are you thinking of?
Perhaps helping others in a mental institution might trigger some sense into him.Librarians, perhaps? Really any other line of work where "star talent" isn't called for. It is a good point, though the arts can encourage people with big personalities and commensurately large egos, which might not be so prevalent in other lines of work.
His nonsensical syllabic rambling straight up sounds like the devil.Toscanini - Angry Rehearsal of Brahms 2nd Symphony with NBC 1943
Toscanini destroys bass section
Mercifully, I don't have your intimate acqaintance with the devil, so I can't comment. 🤣 It reminds me of the lovely story about 18th century English politician John Wilkes, who was on the hustings when an interjection came from the audience: "I'd rather vote for the devil than John Wilkes" The politician replied, "And what, sir, if your friend is not standing?"His nonsensical syllabic rambling straight up sounds like the devil.