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  1. Leonard Bernstein by Meryle Secrest, 1996-07-07
  2. Bernstein - Orchestral Anthology, Volume 2: The Masterworks Library (Boosey & Hawkes Masterworks Library) by Leonard Bernstein, Leonard Bernstein, 1999-08-01
  3. Leonard Bernstein (Getting to Know the World's Greatest Composers) by Mike Venezia, 1998-03
  4. Bernstein Theatre Songs: High Voice (Vocal) by Leonard Bernstein, 2010-06-29
  5. The Life and Times of Leonard Bernstein: The World's Greatest Composers (Masters of Music) by Jim Whiting, 2004-10
  6. Leonard Bernstein - Art Songs and Arias: Medium/Low Voice (Boosey & Hawkes Voice)
  7. Leonard Bernstein by Schuyler Chapin, 2001-02-01
  8. Leonard Bernstein: A Guide to Research (Composer Resource Manuals) by Paul Laird, 2001-10-01
  9. The Private World of Leonard Bernstein by John Gruen, Ken Heyman, 1968-10-30
  10. Leonard Bernstein: The Last Ten Years by Thomas R. Seiler, Alexander Bernstein, et all 2000-01
  11. Leonard Bernstein: The Man, His Work And His World by John Briggs, 2009-07-23
  12. Official Guide to Wine Snobbery by S. Bernstein Leonard, Leonard S. Bernstein, 1982-02
  13. Concepts and Challenges in Earth Science by Alan Winkler, Leonard Bernstein, et all 2003-06
  14. Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts for Reading and Listening by Leonard Bernstein, 1962-01-01

21. Leonard Bernstein - Classical Archives
Biography from the Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music.
http://www.classicalarchives.com/composer/2178.html

22. Leonard Bernstein — FactMonster.com
Encyclopedia Bernstein, Leonard. Bernstein, Leonard (b rn'stīn, –stēn) , 1918 – 90, American composer, conductor, and pianist, b. Lawrence, Mass., grad.
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    Bernstein, Leonard key , American composer, conductor, and pianist, b. Lawrence, Mass., grad. Harvard, 1939, and Curtis Institute of Music, 1941. A highly versatile musician, he was the composer of symphonic works (the Jeremiah Symphony, 1944; Age of Anxiety, Kaddish Symphony, 1963), song cycles, chamber music, ballets ( Fancy Free, 1944), musicals ( On the Town, Wonderful Town, Candide, West Side Story, 1957), opera ( Trouble in Tahiti, 1952), and choral music ( Chichester Psalms, 1965). His Mass See his The Joy of Music (1959) and The Infinite Variety of Music (1966); biographies by J. Briggs (1961), J. Gruen (1968), H. Burton (1994), and M. Secrest (1994). The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia,
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23. Bernstein, Leonard: Baker's Student Encyclopedia Of Music
(born Louis), prodigiously gifted American conductor and composer, equally successful in writing symphonic music and Broadway shows, and a charismatic performer; b.
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24. Bernstein, Leonard - Definition Of Bernstein, Leonard By The Free Online Diction
Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. Leonard Bernstein United States conductor and composer (1918-1990) Bernstein
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25. Bernstein,Leonard | Bernstein,Leonard Information | HighBeam Research - FREE Tri
Bernstein,Leonard Research Bernstein,Leonard articles at HighBeam.com. Find information, facts and related newspaper, magazine and journal articles in our online encyclopedia.
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26. Leonard Bernstein
Official site. Includes background information, correspondence, scores, concert memorabilia, excerpted audio files, working notes, biographical details, photographs, recordings, items for sale, and contact information.
http://www.leonardbernstein.com/

27. Bernstein, Leonard Biography: Contemporary Musicians
Composer, conductor, pianist. Leonard Bernstein is an immensely talented American conductor, composer, pianist, and educator who has made significant contributions to the
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28. Leonard Bernstein - Conductor And Composer
This is the mfiles page for Leonard Bernstein, with career overview and links to soundtrack reviews and related composers.
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Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990) - formidable musician
Although having a huge reputation as an interpreter and composer of classical music, Bernstein is probably most readily associated with musicals in general and West Side Story in particular. This is a modern reworking of the Romeo and Juliet story for stage and film. Full of Latin rhythms the musical manages to have New York gang members sing and dance and yet still seem tough and threatening. Anyone seeing the making of the album of West Side Story with Jose Carreras and Kiri Te Kanawa will agree with the description of Bernstein as "formidable" but he was formidable also in the sense of the breadth of his musical taste and experience and the total dedication to his art. Bernstein was a hard-working musician, starting out initially as a pianist. He studied at Harvard University where was coached by Walter Piston and Aaron Copland (with whom he formed a life-long musical association). Then at Tanglewood Music Centre he studied with Serge Koussevitzky. These influences led him from full-time performing into the art of composing. He became assistant conductor of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, where a particular event gave him instant acclaim and a widespread following. Bruno Walter was to conduct a significant concert by the orchestra which was to be broadcast live on Radio. Walter was unable to fulfil this engagement and the principle conductor (Artur Rodzinski, who had appointed Bernstein) was away, and so Bernstein was called upon to fill in. He later became the orchestra's musical director, and was to become one of the foremost conductors of the day, leading orchestras throughout the world and gaining a reputation for his interpretations of composers such as

29. Bernstein, Leonard: Suite & Overture From Candide; Three Meditations From Mass;
Free Article Bernstein, Leonard Suite Overture from Candide; Three Meditations From Mass; Divertimento For Orchestra; Five Songs.(Review) find Sensible Sound articles
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30. Nature's Own Cinema :: Home
Homage featuring biography, classical and theater works, features, newspaper articles, MIDI audio files, and links.
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31. Bernstein, Leonard
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32. Leonard Bernstein - Download Leonard Bernstein Music On ITunes
Extended biography with links to related composers, conductors, and orchestras. Includes discography.
http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/leonard-bernstein/id269390

33. Klassika: Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990)
Stellt einen umfassenden Lebenslauf und eine Bildergalerie vor und bietet daneben das Werkverzeichnis an.
http://www.klassika.info/Komponisten/Bernstein/

34. Bernstein, Leonard
Leonard Bernstein (pronounced Bernstyne ) (August 25, 1918 – October 14, 1990) was an American composer, pianist, and conductor. He was the first conductor born in the
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Background information Birth name Leonard Bernstein Born August 25, 1918, Lawrence, Massachusetts, United States Died October 14, 1990, New York City , New York Occupation(s) Composer Conductor Pianist Composer
Conductor
Piano Leonard Bernstein (pronounced "Bern-styne") (August 25, 1918 – October 14, 1990) was an American composer, pianist, and conductor. He was the first conductor born in the United States of America to receive world-wide acclaim, and is known for both his conducting of the New York Philharmonic, including the acclaimed Young People's Concerts series, and his multiple compositions, including West Side Story, Candide, and On The Town. Bernstein was one of the first classical musicians to recognize the power of television as a vehicle to educate the masses, and he did so with an almost evangelical zeal. His commitment to teach and mentor young conductors at the Tanglewood Institute of Music remained his passion until his death in 1990. Commenting on musical poetics and the "redicovery and reacceptance of tonality " in the Harvard Lectures given in 1973, he stated: "I believe that no matter how serial, or stochastic, or otherwise intellectualized music may be, it can always qualify as poetry as long as it is rooted in earth…and that the expressive distinctions among [new] idioms depend ultimately on the dignity and passion of the individual creative voice."

35. Bernstein
Der Lebenslauf wird zur Verf gung gestellt.
http://www.erft.de/schulen/gymlech/westside/autor.htm
Leonard Bernstein Sein Leben: Am 25. August wird Leonard Bernstein in Lawrence (Massachusetts) geboren. Erster ffentlicher Auftritt als Pianist in dem von ihm komponierten Stck " Music for the Dance nos.1&2" und " Music for Two Pianos". Studiert am Boston Symphony Orchestra. Die Symphony "Jeremiah" gewinnt den " New York Music Critics Award". Dadurch bekommt er einen festen Posten beim New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Ernennung zum Musikdirektor am New York City Symphony Orchestra. Erstauffhrung von seiner Oper "Trouble in Thaiti". Bernstein dirigiert als erster Amerikaner an der Mailnder Scala. Erstauffhrung von "Wonderful Town" in New York. Erster Fernsehauftritt. Erstauffhrung seiner Oper "Candide" in New York. Ernennung zum Musikdirektor des New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Erstauffhrung seines Musicals "West-Side-Story" in New York. Start seiner preisgekrnten TV-Serie "Young Persons concerts". Debt Bernsteins an der New Yorker Metropolitan Opera mit "Falstaff".

36. Bernstein, Leonard - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
US composer, conductor, and pianist. He was one of the most energetic and versatile 20thcentury US musicians. His works, which established a vogue for realistic, contemporary
http://encyclopedia.farlex.com/Bernstein, Leonard

37. Leonard Bernstein
Kurzbiografie des Komponisten, Dirigenten und Pianisten. Es finden sich auch Beschreibungen der B hnenwerke.
http://www.operone.de/komponist/bernstein.html
Bernstein, Leonard
* 25. Aug. 1918 in Lawrence / Mass. (USA)
14. Okt. 1990 in New York
  • USamerikanischer Dirigent und Komponist Studium an verschiedenen amerikanischen Instituten (auch bei W. Piston, H. Thompson, F. Reiner) Assistent von Koussevitzky in Tanglewood 1943-44 Hilfskapellmeister New Yorker Philharmoniker 1945-48 Leiter des New York City Symphonie Orchestra 1951-55 musikalischer Leiter in Tanglewood 1953 Debt in Mailand, Scala ( Medea mit der Callas) 1957-58 musikalischer Leiter der New Yorker Philharmoniker (neben Mitropoulos) seit 1958 dessen Nachfolger als Chefdirigent 1963 Debt an der MET ( Falstaff unter Zefirelli) 1966 Wien, Staatsoper ( Falstaff 1968 Wien, Staatsoper ( Rosenkavalier ab 1969 nur noch Komponist
Bhnenwerk
  • On the Town (Betty Comden, Adolph Green), musical comedy (1944 Boston) Trouble in Tahiti A Quiet Place bernommen) ( 12. Juni 1952 Brandeis University Waltham/Mass.) Wonderful Town musical (Buch: Joseph A. Fields, Jerome Chodorov; Gesangstexte: Betty Comden, Adolph Green), comedy 2 Akte (1953 New York) Candide (Buch: Lillian Hellmann, nach Voltaire; Gesangstexte: Richard Wilbur, John T. La Touche, Stephen Sondheim, L. Bernstein), comic operetta 2 Akte (1956 Boston; rev. Fassung (Buch: Hugh Wheeler; Gesangstexte wie bei 1. Fassung), 1 Akt; 1973 New York)
  • 38. Bernstein, Leonard | Define Bernstein, Leonard At Dictionary.com
    Cultural Dictionary Bernstein, Leonard ( burn steyen) A twentieth-century American composer and conductor. He served for many years as the music director of the New York
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    39. Leonard Bernstein (1918 - 1990)
    Der Lebenslauf des K nstlers wird vorgestellt, mit Hinweisen auf sein Wirken in Deutschland.
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    Leonard Bernstein (1918 - 1990) Komponist, Dirigent, Musiklehrer, Jude, Homosexueller, Visionr und Mensch... Hinweis 1. Der Schler 1918-35
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    3. Der Komponist 1942-1989 - Der Arrangeur 1942
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    5. Gastdirigent 1944

    Israel Philharmonic Orchestra 1948-86
    Mailnder Scala 1955
    Wiener Philharmoniker 1970 6. West-Side-Story 1957 New York Philharmonic Orchestra 1958-69 7. Berliner Festwochen 1960 8. Chichester Psalms 1965 9. Schleswig Holstein Musik-Festival 1987 Bernstein-Festival 1988 Bernstein, Leonard

    40. Glbtq >> Arts >> Bernstein, Leonard
    For most of his life, the specter of the closet lurked threateningly behind the glamorous and often brash public image of American composer Leonard Bernstein.
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    Bernstein, Leonard (1918-1990) page: Throughout the 1960s, Leonard Bernstein was undoubtedly the most visible proponent of classical music in American culture. Through his outgoing personality and resourceful uses of the media, particularly television, Bernstein introduced "highbrow" culture into the homes of middle America, while also defending rock and roll as "real" music and espousing radical causes. Given his overwhelming celebrity and acclaim as a composer, conductor, pianist, and lecturer, the meteoric career of this son of Russian Jewish immigrants would seem to exemplify the all-American success story; yet, for most of his life, the specter of the closet lurked threateningly behind the glamorous and often brash public image of Leonard Bernstein. Sponsor Message.

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