Symphony No.7 in D minor Opus 70 Antonin Dvorak
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Sir Malcolm Sargent: 15 facts about the great conductor
Sargent was known as a hard taskmaster. After giving an interview in 1936 in which he said that an orchestral musician did not deserve a 'job for life', he lost much favour among musicians. They were particularly annoyed because of their support of him during his long illness. From then on, he faced frequent hostility from British orchestras.