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RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra

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The RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra was an American symphony orchestra founded in 1940 by the RCA Victor music label.[1] Based in Camden, New Jersey, the orchestra made numerous recordings up through the early 1960s with notable conductors like Leopold Stokowski and Leonard Bernstein. A number of their recordings received Grammy Awards. In the early 1960s the orchestra disbanded, and RCA replaced the ensemble with the RCA Italiana Orchestra.


  1. RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra. Retrieved on 2009-02-28.
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