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"Baton: A Symbol of Leadership, Harmony, and Triumph" In the enchanting world of music, a Dachshund choir gathers for a dress rehearsal

Background imageBaton Collection: A Dachshund choir has a dress rehearsal

A Dachshund choir has a dress rehearsal
Dress Rehearsal - A Dachshund choir is put through its paces... Date: 1911

Background imageBaton Collection: Leonard Bernstein Conducts

Leonard Bernstein Conducts
Leonard Bernstein, American conductor composer and pianist, conducts the London Symphony Orchestra in rehearsal at the St Pancras Town Hall, London. (Photo by Ian Showell/Getty Images)

Background imageBaton Collection: Ladislaus I of Hungary or St. Ladislaus (Laszlo) (1040-1095)

Ladislaus I of Hungary or St. Ladislaus (Laszlo) (1040-1095). King of Hungary between 1077-1095. Portrait by Ignac Roskovics (1854-1916). Hungarian National Gallery. Budapest. Hungary

Background imageBaton Collection: Skinny-Dippers

Skinny-Dippers
A British policewoman chasing after a group of naked street boys by the Serpentine in Hyde Park, London. (Photo by Reg Speller/Getty Images)

Background imageBaton Collection: WILMA RUDOLPH (1940-1994). American track and field athlete. Crossing the finish line to win

WILMA RUDOLPH (1940-1994). American track and field athlete. Crossing the finish line to win the 400-meter relay for the United States at the Summer Olympic Games in Rome, Italy, 8 September 1960

Background imageBaton Collection: Strip tease card game - Theatre suit - Conductor

Strip tease card game - Theatre suit - Conductor. A game which features characters involved in performing (and subsequently prosecuting and defending) a striptease

Background imageBaton Collection: Austrian soldiers in uniform, WW1

Austrian soldiers in uniform, WW1
A selection of five Austro-Hungarian artillery soldiers and officers in uniform during the First World War. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageBaton Collection: Zulu Warrior

Zulu Warrior
An old Zulu warrior, (full length photograph) in native costume, holding a baton, spear and shield, Hluhluwe Game Reserve, Natal, South Africa. Date: 2004

Background imageBaton Collection: Drum major baton, early 20th century. Creator: Unknown

Drum major baton, early 20th century. Creator: Unknown
Drum major baton with a wooden body and a white metal tip and bulb. The wooden body is stained a dark brown and has two holes

Background imageBaton Collection: Portrait of Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658) in Armour, a Seascape and Battle Beyond

Portrait of Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658) in Armour, a Seascape and Battle Beyond
1765053 Portrait of Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658) in Armour, a Seascape and Battle Beyond, late 1650s (oil on canvas) by English School

Background imageBaton Collection: Ludwig van Beethoven conducting with baton

Ludwig van Beethoven conducting with baton
5906240 Ludwig van Beethoven conducting with baton; Private Collection; (add.info.: By Katzaroff. German composer, 17 December 1770- 26 March 1827.)

Background imageBaton Collection: Dreyfus case: Emile Zola (1840-1902) at the seine court for the trial of Alfred Dreyfus, 1898

Dreyfus case: Emile Zola (1840-1902) at the seine court for the trial of Alfred Dreyfus, 1898
XEE4143082 Dreyfus case: Emile Zola (1840-1902) at the seine court for the trial of Alfred Dreyfus, 1898. Cover of " The illustrious progress" of February 13, 1898

Background imageBaton Collection: Northern Ireland - three British soldiers in riot equipment

Northern Ireland - three British soldiers in riot equipment
Official photograph of three British soldiers in riot equipment standing next to a one ton Humber. Two soldiers are armed with SLR Rifles, while the third is firing a baton round, Northern Ireland

Background imageBaton Collection: Michiel de Ruyter as Lieutenant-Admiral, 1667, by Ferdinand

Michiel de Ruyter as Lieutenant-Admiral, 1667, by Ferdinand
Michiel de Ruyter (1607-1676). Dutch Admiral. Portrait of Michiel de Ruyter as Lieutenant-Admiral, 1667, by Ferdinand Bol (1616-1680). Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam. Holland

Background imageBaton Collection: Map of Vicksburg

Map of Vicksburg, Mississippi, during the US Civil War when Ulyssess Grant and his army of the Tennessee drove the Confederate army of John C Pemberton back to Vicksburg and besieged the city

Background imageBaton Collection: Animal Band Good Night

Animal Band Good Night
Poodle conductor, standing on a dais, raps the baton on the music stand while a donkey bass player, a goat trumpeter & a ? dog percussionist strike up a tune

Background imageBaton Collection: An African adversary carved on the lower end of a ceremonial cane

An African adversary carved on the lower end of a ceremonial cane, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun, discovered in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageBaton Collection: Ferdinand I of Two Sicilies (1751-1825)

Ferdinand I of Two Sicilies (1751-1825)
Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies (1751-1825). King of Sicily, Naples and Two Sicilies. Portrait by Anton Raphael Mengs. Prado Museum. Madrid. Spain

Background imageBaton Collection: Greek Relay Race

Greek Relay Race
A relay race with a flaming torch instead of a mere baton

Background imageBaton Collection: Family portrait while playing music with violin and piano where is laying the Christmas tree

Family portrait while playing music with violin and piano where is laying the Christmas tree, Christmas post-card Europe. Date of Photograph:1910-1920 ca

Background imageBaton Collection: Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA skyline from Louisiana State Capitol

Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA skyline from Louisiana State Capitol

Background imageBaton Collection: Tarot Card - Baton VIIII (IX)

Tarot Card - Baton VIIII (IX)

Background imageBaton Collection: Princess Diana visits the people of Maryhill in Glasgow in March 1983

Princess Diana visits the people of Maryhill in Glasgow in March 1983. The Princess also visited Edinburgh on the same day. Here the Princess meets children at a local school and community centre

Background imageBaton Collection: Oakes Majorette Corps, on their first outing of the season

Oakes Majorette Corps, on their first outing of the season, retained the North of England Majorette Championship at Huddersfield Sports Centre

Background imageBaton Collection: Retiring music teacher Miss Janet Beaumont takes the baton for the last time at the third

Retiring music teacher Miss Janet Beaumont takes the baton for the last time at the third annual music festival St Davids School, Marsh

Background imageBaton Collection: Muhammad Ali messing around with two policeman in Dublin prior to his fight with Alvin

Muhammad Ali messing around with two policeman in Dublin prior to his fight with Alvin Lewis, aka Blue Lewis. 14 July 1972

Background imageBaton Collection: Tarot Card - Roy de Baton (King of Clubs)

Tarot Card - Roy de Baton (King of Clubs)

Background imageBaton Collection: Mounted police baton-charging marchers, Means Test protests, Hyde Park, London, 1932, (1933)

Mounted police baton-charging marchers, Means Test protests, Hyde Park, London, 1932, (1933). The National Hunger March of September to October 1932 was the largest of a series of hunger marches in

Background imageBaton Collection: Petro Dorofeyevych Doroshenko, Hetman of Right-bank Ukraine (engraving)

Petro Dorofeyevych Doroshenko, Hetman of Right-bank Ukraine (engraving)
3244543 Petro Dorofeyevych Doroshenko, Hetman of Right-bank Ukraine (engraving) by Russian School, (17th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Petro Dorofeyevych Doroshenko (Ukrainian)

Background imageBaton Collection: Ocean liner watch, Rolex Oyster Perpetual, Queen Mary

Ocean liner watch, Rolex Oyster Perpetual, Queen Mary
OCEAN LINER WATCH: Extremely rare Rolex 14 carat gold self-winding waterproof bubble back wristwatch with sweep centre seconds and Queen Mary dial

Background imageBaton Collection: Count von Waldersee

Count von Waldersee
Alfred Ludwig Heinrich Karl Graf von Walderse (April 1832 ??March 1904) setting out for the front from Shanghai. He was a German field marshal who became Chief of the Imperial German General Staff

Background imageBaton Collection: Mastaba of Nhnumhotep and Niankhkhnum. Royal srvant. Egypt

Mastaba of Nhnumhotep and Niankhkhnum. Royal srvant. Egypt
Mastaba of Nhnumhotep and Niankhkhnum. Royal servants at the palace of pharaoh Niuserre. Entrance with relief depicting the dead on both sides of the door. Detail. Saqqara. Egypt

Background imageBaton Collection: Mastaba of Nhnumhotep and Niankhkhnum. Royal servants. Egypt

Mastaba of Nhnumhotep and Niankhkhnum. Royal servants. Egypt
Mastaba of Nhnumhotep and Niankhkhnum. Royal servants at the palace of pharaoh Niuserre. Entrance with relief depicting the dead on both sides of the door. Saqqara. Egypt

Background imageBaton Collection: Thomas Fairfax, Lord Fairfax, English nobleman and Parliamentary general. General de Parlement

Thomas Fairfax, Lord Fairfax, English nobleman and Parliamentary general. General de Parlement
5913172 Thomas Fairfax, Lord Fairfax, English nobleman and Parliamentary general. General de Parlement. In suit of armour with lace collar

Background imageBaton Collection: Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Stafford, English statesman. Comte de Stafford

Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Stafford, English statesman. Comte de Stafford. In lace collar over a suit of armour
5913170 Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Stafford, English statesman. Comte de Stafford. In lace collar over a suit of armour. With death mask, axe and baton below

Background imageBaton Collection: Murrough O'Brien, 1st Earl of Inchiquin, c. 1660-70 (oil on canvas)

Murrough O'Brien, 1st Earl of Inchiquin, c. 1660-70 (oil on canvas)
2906888 Murrough O'Brien, 1st Earl of Inchiquin, c.1660-70 (oil on canvas) by Wright, John Michael (1617-94); 116x106 cm; Manchester Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: Murrough McDermod O'Brien)

Background imageBaton Collection: King William III of Great Britain, William of Orange, 18th century (engraving)

King William III of Great Britain, William of Orange, 18th century (engraving)
5913181 King William III of Great Britain, William of Orange, 18th century (engraving) by Werff, Adriaan van der (1659-1722) (after); (add.info.: King William III of Great Britain, William of Orange)

Background imageBaton Collection: Maurice of Orange, Maurice, Prince of Orange. In lace ruff collar, suit of armour with sash

Maurice of Orange, Maurice, Prince of Orange. In lace ruff collar, suit of armour with sash. Vignette of battle
5913161 Maurice of Orange, Maurice, Prince of Orange. In lace ruff collar, suit of armour with sash. Vignette of battle. Copperplate engraving by Gerard Valck after Adriaen van der Werff from Isaac

Background imageBaton Collection: Alexander Farnses, Duke of Parma and Placenza. Alexandre Farnese, Duc de Parme

Alexander Farnses, Duke of Parma and Placenza. Alexandre Farnese, Duc de Parme
5913160 Alexander Farnses, Duke of Parma and Placenza. Alexandre Farnese, Duc de Parme. In lace ruff collar and armour breastplate, with chain of the order of the Golden Fleece

Background imageBaton Collection: Karoly Jozsef Batthyany (1698-1772), Prince of Batthyany, Hungarian Field Marshall in Austrian

Karoly Jozsef Batthyany (1698-1772), Prince of Batthyany, Hungarian Field Marshall in Austrian service
XAM70769 Karoly Jozsef Batthyany (1698-1772), Prince of Batthyany, Hungarian Field Marshall in Austrian service by Austrian School, (18th century); Heeresgeschichtliches Museum, Vienna, Austria

Background imageBaton Collection: Apocalypse Tapestry or Apocalypse of Angers, 1375-80 (tapestry)

Apocalypse Tapestry or Apocalypse of Angers, 1375-80 (tapestry)
CUL4926066 Apocalypse Tapestry or Apocalypse of Angers, 1375-80 (tapestry) by Bataille, Nicolas (fl. 1363-1400); 163x239 cm; Chateau d'Angers

Background imageBaton Collection: Wedding Ceremony, 13th century - Marriage ceremony, 13th century - They stand in front of a priest

Wedding Ceremony, 13th century - Marriage ceremony, 13th century - They stand in front of a priest with a red shawl
FLO4677049 Wedding Ceremony, 13th century - Marriage ceremony, 13th century - They stand in front of a priest with a red shawl draped over their shoulders - She wears a small crown of gold tied with

Background imageBaton Collection: Engagement Ceremony, 13th century - Engagement ceremony, 13th century - A man places a ring

Engagement Ceremony, 13th century - Engagement ceremony, 13th century - A man places a ring on the index finger of his
FLO4676993 Engagement Ceremony, 13th century - Engagement ceremony, 13th century - A man places a ring on the index finger of his betrothed in front of his parents - She wears a small crown of gold

Background imageBaton Collection: Apocalypse Tapestry or Apocalypse of Angers, 1375-80 (tapestry)

Apocalypse Tapestry or Apocalypse of Angers, 1375-80 (tapestry)
CUL4925969 Apocalypse Tapestry or Apocalypse of Angers, 1375-80 (tapestry) by Bataille, Nicolas (fl. 1363-1400); 152x226 cm; Chateau d'Angers

Background imageBaton Collection: Swearing an oath on the Bible, 15th century - The judge wears a crimson cap called a mortar

Swearing an oath on the Bible, 15th century - The judge wears a crimson cap called a mortar
FLO4676419 Swearing an oath on the Bible, 15th century - The judge wears a crimson cap called a mortar, simar in gold brocade lined with ermine - The athtaker wears a simar and hood



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"Baton: A Symbol of Leadership, Harmony, and Triumph" In the enchanting world of music, a Dachshund choir gathers for a dress rehearsal. Led by their talented conductor Leonard Bernstein, these furry performers harmonize with precision and passion. The baton in his hand becomes an extension of his musical prowess, guiding the melodies to perfection. Centuries ago, another leader wielded the baton as a symbol of power and authority. Ladislaus I of Hungary or St. Ladislaus (Laszlo) ruled with strength and wisdom during the 11th century. Just like a conductor commanding an orchestra, he orchestrated peace and prosperity for his kingdom. But not all they are used in such serious contexts; some bring about laughter and playfulness. Picture this: skinny-dippers enjoying a game of strip tease card game while wearing theater suits - quite the unconventional sight. Yet even in jest, the baton takes center stage as it passes from one player to another. The significance of this emblematic object extends beyond entertainment realms. In sports history, Wilma Rudolph crossed the finish line at the 1960 Summer Olympic Games in Rome to win gold for her country in the 400-meter relay race. With every stride she took towards victory, her determination was mirrored by that small but mighty instrument held tightly within her grasp. Moving away from athletics but staying within performance arts is yet another use for this versatile tool – conducting orchestras on grand stages worldwide. Imagine an Austrian soldier donning uniform during World War I who finds solace amidst chaos by leading fellow soldiers through symphonies created solely by their weapons' sounds. Traveling back further into time brings us face-to-face with fierce Zulu warriors brandishing their spears – each warrior's weapon serving as both defense against enemies and a means to rally comrades together under one unified banner.