Danon, Oskar (b Sarajevo, 1913). Serbian conductor and composer. Cond. Sarajevo Opera and PO 1938–41. Dir. Belgrade Opera and PO 1945–60. Chicago 1962; Edinburgh Fest. 1962 (f. Brit. ps. of Prokofiev's The Gambler and Love for Three Oranges). Cond. f.p. in restored Nat. Th., Belgrade, 1990 ( Konjovič's The Prince of Zeta). Comp. choral works, ballet, symphonic scherzo, etc.
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