Enrico Leide

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Enrico Leide (1887–1970) was a concert cellist and orchestra conductor, conducting the first Atlanta Symphony Orchestra from 1920 to 1930.[1] He was also music director of the palatial Paramount Theater in Atlanta upon its opening in 1920.[2] He was the brother of violinist and composer Manoah Leide-Tedesco. He was the third husband of Lucy Beall Candler Owens Heinz Leide (1883-1962), daughter of Coca-Cola founder Asa Griggs Candler.[3]

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