Seiji Ozawa, the Music Director Laureate of the Boston Symphony Orchestra has died. To pay tribute to his legacy, CRB Classical 99.5 will share Ozawa recordings throughout the day and air a special tribute program tonight at 8 pm. Seiji Ozawa's 29 years as Music Director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra is the longest tenure for any conductor in that position in BSO history. He led more BSO recordings of individual works than any other conductor. In this program, four members of the orchestra - Principal Horn Richard Sebring, violinists Tatiana Dimitriades and Bonnie Bewick, and Associate Principal Double Bass Lawrence Wolfe - along with BSO Vice President for Artistic Planning Tony Fogg, tell the stories of the most memorable recordings they made with Ozawa.