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Nadia Boulanger
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    (September 16, 1887-October 22, 1979)
    Born in Paris, France
    Conducted the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra and New York Philharmonic
    She dressed very masculine and matronly.
    She suffered from extreme self-doubt.
    She insisted on being called 'Mademoiselle.'
    She showed jealousy over her younger sister Lili's talent as a composer.
    Her mother was a Russian princess.
    She became the first woman to conduct major symphony orchestras.
    She's respected as one of the most influential music educators of the 20th century.
    Her students included music legends Philip Glass, Quincy Jones, Burt Bacharach and George Gershwin.

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