The Symphony Orchestra - It Takes 100 Men To Play The World's Greatest Music. The Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Serge Koussevitsky, is pictured performing Beethoven's "Eroica" symphony at a concert in Boston's Symphony Hall. Top Orchestra Men pictured include: Violinist John Corigliano, concertmaster of the New York Philharmonic Symphony; Viola Player Carlton Cooley heads the viola section of the NBC Symphony; Cellist Leonard Rose is chief cellist of the New York Philharmonic-Symphony; Bass Player Anton Torello, is head of the Philadelphia Orchestra's bass section; Horn Player James Chambers is the first horn of the Philadelphia Orchestra; Trumpeter Harry Glantz of the NBC Symphony; Trombonist Robert Jones of the Detroit Symphony; Tuba Player William Bell of the New York Philharmonic; Piccolp Player George Peter Madsen of the Boston Symphony; Flutist William Kincaid of the Philadelphia Orchestra; Oboist Marcel Tabuteau of the Philadelphia Orchestra; English Horn Player Harvey McGuire of the Cleveland Orchestra; Clarinetist Simeon Bellison of the New York Philharmonic; Bass Clarinetist Peter Zukowsky of the Chicago Symphony; Bassoonist Benjamin Kohon of the NBC Orchestra; Harpist Alice Chalifoux of the Cleveland Orchestra and Tympanist Saul Goodman of the New York Philharmonic.. ..... 1945 LIFE Magazine Article, A5109A. 19451210