Episode five features the music of Leonard Bernstein and includes several discussions of how his faith, identity, and relationship with Israel served as a well of creativity and inspiration for some of his most important works.
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|04:15||Psalm 148; Y'varekh'kha; Hashkivenu; Yigdal|
|19:45||Simḥu na; Reenah; Sillouette (Galilee); Israelite Chorus|
|29:30||Four Sabras; Concerto for Viola and Orchestra|
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|02:50||Invocation and Trance, At My Wedding|
|16:00||Symphony No. 3 "Kaddish"|
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|About the Series: Produced in conjunction with the WFMT network and broadcast on radio stations throughout the U.S, American Jewish Music from the Milken Archive with Leonard Nimoy is a 13-part series of two-hour programs featuring highlights from the Milken Archive’s extensive collection of the musical recordings. Episodes include interviews and commentary with Lowell Milken, Neil W. Levin, and Gerard Schwarz. Radio stations interested in broadcasting the series should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.|