The answer is Antal Dorati


Can anyone explain why huge numbers of Americans are currently arriving on the path from searches for the term 'Maestro Dorati'? I'd love to think there has suddenly been a revival of interest in this great musician. But I think it is something more prosaic such as a crossword clue. If so congratulations to the compiler on their excellent musical tastes. That's Antal Dorati above; by a weird coincidence he also featured in a quiz On An Overgrown Path back in 2005.
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Pliable said…
A search from Fitzgerald, Georgia has just queried - "What is Maestro Dorati's first name" which would indicate my theory of a crossword or quiz clue is correct.

Whatever it is an awful lot of peoiple are being made aware of Antal Dorati.

Such is the power of the internet ...
Pliable said…
A regular reader has lannded the solution -

Star Tribune, Minneapolis, Minnesota: Crossword Puzzle
Jennifer said…
Dayton Daily News, Dayton, Ohio: Crossword Puzzle

...and I am finished!

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