No doubt everyone has been to see a live orchestra perform or watched one on TV at some time or another. It's nearly impossible to miss witnessing a conductor widely waving their arms around whenever anyone gets the chances to watch an orchestra. What are the actual requirements of the job, aside from wild arm waving though? This thirty-five minute long DVD gives an answer to that by displaying an intimate perspective of several conductors organizing for performances, rehearsing, and conducting. Fritz Reiner is shown conducting the New York Philharmonic performing Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto, with Jascha Heifetz doing a solo. Reiner is also shown with the Chicago Symphony performing Beethoven's Seventh. This in depth portrayal of conductors will likely be invaluable for: conductors to peruse, those interested in classical music, music instructors, music students, and members of orchestras and symphonies. It will cause viewers to really appreciate how much a conductor puts themselves into their work.