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Leonard Bernstein
 
Leonard Bernstein
1918–1990
One of the few celebrated 20th-century composers whose catalogue consists in large proportion of works on Jewish themes, Leonard Bernstein was a composer of symphonic works and Broadway musicals, a world-renowned conductor, and a passionate teacher.
 
 
 
 
 
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“Anyone who has heard this [music] knows that the faith is true.” Thus was the present Bishop of Rome—also known to the world as Pope Benedict XVI—once moved to remark ...>

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"Classical" Concert Music of American Jewish Experience: The Greatest Surprise? Of the categories of music contained in the Milken Archive, none is likely, by virtue of its very existence as well as its ...>

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One of the iconic musical figures of our age, Leonard Bernstein left a singular legacy as a composer of classical symphonies and Broadway shows, as a compelling conductor, and as ...>