Definition of Stokowski, Leopold in English:

Stokowski, Leopold

proper noun

  • (1882–1977), British-born American conductor, of Polish descent. He is best known for arranging and conducting the music for Walt Disney's film "Fantasia" (1940), which sought to bring classical music to cinema audiences by means of cartoons.

Pronunciation

Stokowski, Leopold

/stɒˈkɒfski/