The Life and Times of Leonard Bernstein

The World"s Greatest Composers (Masters of Music)

Publisher: Mitchell Lane Publishers

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  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Musicians,
  • Children: Young Adult (Gr. 7-9),
  • Biography & Autobiography - Music,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Biography,
  • Music - Classical,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Composers,
  • Biography,
  • United States,
  • 1918-,
  • Bernstein, Leonard,
The Physical Object
FormatLibrary binding
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8792559M
ISBN 101584152753
ISBN 109781584152750
OCLC/WorldCa55016349

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Synopsis. Leonard Bernstein was born on Augin Lawrence, Massachusetts. Flamboyant, inspired and voracious in his conducting style, Bernstein got his big break conducting the New York Born:   Life With Lenny: Leonard Bernstein's Daughter Explains Her Famous Father: Deceptive Cadence To mark the centennial of her father's birth, Jamie Bernstein talks.

The composer of On the Town and West Side Story, chief conductor of the New York Philharmonic, television star, humanitarian, friend of the powerful and influential, and the life of every party, Leonard Bernstein was an enormous celebrity during one of the headiest periods of American cultural life, as well as the most protean musician in /5().

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Two examples are the background and politics of the U.S. classical music environment during LB's lifetime and the negative effect of Bernstein's public life on his children's by: Leonard Bernstein was born Louis Bernstein in Lawrence, Massachusetts, on Augto Russian-Jewish immigrants.

A shy and sickly child, Louis Bernstein fell in love with music after a relative gave his family an old, weathered upright piano. Get this from a library. The life and times of Leonard Bernstein.

[Jim Whiting] -- Explores the life and career of the man best known for his score to West side story. Leonard Bernstein (/ ˈ b ɜːr n s t aɪ n / BURN-styne; Aug – Octo ) was an American composer, conductor, author, music lecturer, and pianist.

He was among the first conductors born and educated in the U.S. to receive worldwide acclaim. According to music critic Donal Henahan, he was "one of the most prodigiously talented and successful musicians in American history.". Whenever a generous collection of correspondence like “The Leonard Bernstein Letters” appears, one rejoices, but sadly.

People still write one another, though usually through electronic and. In the year of Leonard Bernstein’s centenary, with its worldwide celebrations, this book is a startling inside view—not a corrective, exactly (Jamie rarely thought her dad less than great.

Leonard Bernstein was one of the most prodigally talented and successful musicians in American history. Long before Mr. Bernstein became, at the age of 40, the youngest music director ever engaged. Leonard Bernstein has books on Goodreads with ratings. Leonard Bernstein’s most popular book is West Side Story.

Now, a newly revealed cache of letters shows that in the last decade of his life Leonard Bernstein embarked on a passionate relationship with a Japanese man.

Author: Dalya Alberge. “Like Britten, Bernstein was an assiduous correspondent, and The Leonard Bernstein Letters is a vast, absorbing canvas of a life lived at full speed, with a cast list that reads like a who’s who of American cultural life in the 20th century.”—Adam Lively, The Sunday Times.

Leonard Bernstein would have turned years old Saturday, and in honor of the centennial, The Times reached out to the music world —.

The exhibit 'Leonard Bernstein: The Power of Music" has opened at Beachwood's Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage. On display through March 1, the exhibit. To all we know about Leonard Bernstein, add this: Not only did the “West Side Story” composer kiss everyone on the lips, but he used his tongue, too — even on his daughter.

“It was a kind. Leonard Bernstein () works at his piano. Bernstein was a prolific composer, best known for musicals such as “West Side Story.” He also conducted the New York Philharmonic Symphony from until his death, and was primarily responsible for bringing the music of Gustav Mahler to a greater public audience in the United States.

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Leonard Bernstein was America’s musical ambassador to the world. This fascinating documentary shows why Bernstein was one of the most influential classical musicians of the last century. Oh, to be young, rich, and successful.

Having been none of the three, I can hardly relate to the amazing life led by Leonard Bernstein. This book manages to remain fascinating, even gripping, throughout every stage of Bernsteins life, and it is a tribute to the authors talent and wisdom that he is able to reveal and portray Bernsteins high and lows, generosity and selfishness, brilliance and /5.

Life With Leonard Bernstein. Leonard Bernstein, it's safe to say, was complicated, and that goes for his sexuality too. There was a piece in The New York Times about Mass and the headline. About the Book. From his dazzling conducting debut in until his death inLeonard Bernstein's star blazed brilliantly.

In this fresh and revealing biography of Bernstein's political life, Barry Seldes examines Bernstein's career against the backdrop of cold war America—blacklisting by the State Department involuntary exile from the New York Philharmonic in for fear that.

Leonard Bernstein was a cultural icon of the 20th century. He broke the stranglehold that had seen European conductors dominate the upper echelons of orchestral life in the : Michael Dervan. Leonard Bernstein was born as World War I ended () to immigrant parents in Massachusetts.

His life, including personal and musical journeys, followed a path of similarly momentous events, through World War II and the fall of the Berlin Wall. Explore Bernstein’s life in five periods, juxtaposed with key world, scientific and arts events.

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His creative gifts knew no boundaries as he moved easily from the podium, to the piano, to. The Seattle Jewish Film Festival, March and Aprilshowcases dozens of films at locations around Seattle and the Eastside. Among the Author: Dusty Somers.

“I can’t live one day without hearing music, playing it, studying it, or thinking about it.” ~ Leonard Bernstein. In the summer of the pianist, composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein took a road trip with his younger brother, Burton Bernstein (who appears to have been their speedy chauffeur) and a literary British friend.

Their conversations are far from humdrum, as you would. Background. In the summer ofshortly after graduating from Harvard, Leonard Bernstein made a sketch for what he described as a "Hebrew song" for soprano and orchestra, based on a text from the Book of soon set it aside, however, as he plunged into his conducting studies at the Curtis Institute of Music.

Flamboyant composer-conductor Leonard Bernstein (), who was America's ambassador to the world of serious music for most of his jam-packed life, has long needed a sober, well-researched and en.On Novem25 year old Leonard Bernstein made his stunning conducting debut with the New York Philharmonic.

He became the youngest person to conduct a Philharmonic subscription concert. That same fall, 25 year old Jerome Robbins approached him with an idea for a ballet: three sailors on hour shore-leave in New York City.Jamie Bernstein speaks to a crowd of about 75 people at the Nixon Centre on Tuesday.

She talked about her parents and about the great interest in her father, composer and musician Leonard Bernstein, who was born years ago this year. Photo credit: Winston Skinner / The Newnan Times-Herald.