Same idea as last quiz but clues not jumbled up! Solve the anagrams of the famous orchestral conductors listed below. Once solved, the initial letters of their first names will, when unjumbled, reveal another well known conductor. NB, I have NOT included 'titles' in any of the anagrams, so for instance, Sir John Barbirolli would simply be an anagram of John Barbirolli. Please send answers via PM only. Ta. NB Mods, if another version of this quiz appears, can you plese delete that and go with this one. Ta. Invade wars (6, 5) Former principal conductor of the BBCSO Abominable 'n' dire (6, 9) Pianist turned conductor, one half of a famous classical music marriage Reliable corks (6, 7) His father also a famous conductor, this one passed away earlier this year. Petrol meter OK (4, 9) German born conductor renowned for grand performances of romantic repertoire at notoriously slow tempi Rat knives zest (6, 7) Former principal conductor of the LSO in the mid 1960s. Died tragically when he drowned while swimming. Rall. Is not naked (7, 7) Another former BBCSO principal conductor. Loved her nanny (6, 7) Living English conductor, unashamedly a champion of British music over that of other countries Lament riots (5, 6) Currently making waves in Germany Unicorn's natural hook (8, 11) Was a pioneer in the period performance movement in the 1960s and 70s To varying risks (4, 10) Much more famous as a composer. Nevertheless, a b/w broadcast of him conducting one of his most famous works is fairly well known in 'classical' circles.