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Leonard Bernstein

Leonard Bernstein

Born: 1918 Died: 1990

The prodgiously gifted American conductor, composer, pianist, and teacher, Leonard (actually, Louis) Bernstein, took piano lessons as a boy and attended the Garrison and Boston Latin Schools. At Harvard University, he studied with Walter Piston, Edward Burlingame-Hill, and A. Tillman Merritt, among others. Before graduating in 1939, he made an unofficial conducting debut with his own incidental music to The Birds, and directed and performed in Marc Blitstein's The Cradle Will Rock. Then at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, he studied piano with Isabella Vengerova, conducting with Fritz Reiner, and orchestration with Randall Thompson. In 1940, he studied at the Boston Symphony Orchestra's newly created summer institute, Tanglewood, with the orchestra's conductor, Serge Koussevitzky. Bernstein later became Serge Koussevitzky's conducting assistant.

Leonard Bernstein was appointed to his first permanent conducting post in 1943, as Assistant Conductor of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. In November 1943, he substituted on a few hours notice for the ailing Bruno Walter at a Carnegie Hall concert, which was broadcast nationally on radio, receiving critical acclaim. Soon orchestras worldwide sought him out as a guest conductor.

In 1945 he was appointed Music Director of the New York City Symphony Orchestra, a post he held until 1947. After Serge Koussevitzky died in 1951, Bernstein headed the orchestral and conducting departments at Tanglewood, teaching there for many years. In 1951 he married the Chilean actress and pianist, Felicia Montealegre. He was also visiting music professor, and head of the Creative Arts Festivals at Brandeis University in the early 1950's.

In 1956 Leonard Bernstein was engaged as associate conductor of the New York Philharmonic orchestra with Dimitri Mitropoulos, and became his successor as Music Director of the New York Philharmonic in 1958. From then until 1969 he led more concerts with the orchestra than any previous conductor. He subsequently held the lifetime title of Laureate Conductor, making frequent guest appearances with the orchestra. More than half of Bernstein's 400-plus recordings were made with the New York Philharmonic.

Bernstein traveled the world as a conductor. Immediately after World War II, in 1946, he conducted in London and at the International Music Festival in Prague. In 1947 he conducted in Tel Aviv, beginning a relationship with Israel that lasted until his death. In 1953, Bernstein was the first American to conduct opera at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan: Cherubini's Medea with Maria Callas.

Leonard Bernstein was a leading advocate of American composers, particularly Aaron Copland. The two remained close friends for life. As a young pianist, Bernstein performed Copland's Piano Variations so often he considered the composition his trademark. Bernstein programmed and recorded nearly all of the Copland orchestral works - many of them twice. He devoted several televised "Young People's Concerts" to Copland, and gave the premiere of Copland's Connotations, commissioned for the opening of Philharmonic Hall (now Avery Fisher Hall) at Lincoln Center in 1962.

While Bernstein's conducting repertoire encompassed the standard literature, he may be best remembered for his performances and recordings of Haydn, Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Schumann, Sibelius and Gustav Mahler. Particularly notable were his performances of the G. Mahler symphonies with the New York Philharmonic in the 1960's, sparking a renewed interest in the works of G. Mahler.

Inspired by his Jewish heritage, Leonard Bernstein completed his first large-scale work: Symphony No. 1: Jeremiah. (1943). The piece was first performed with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra in 1944, conducted by the composer, and received the New York Music Critics' Award. Koussevitzky premiered Bernstein's Symphony No. 2: The Age of Anxiety with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Bernstein as piano soloist. His Symphony No. 3: Kaddish, composed in 1963, was premiered by the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Kaddish is dedicated "To the Beloved Memory of John F. Kennedy." He also wrote many other compositions for various combinations, including orchesral, choral, chamber and piano works, song cycles, operas, scores for movies, music for ballett, incidental music for plays, musicals, and more.

Festivals of Bernstein's music have been produced throughout the world. In 1978 the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra sponsored a festival commemorating his years of dedication to Israel. The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra also bestowed on him the lifetime title of Laureate Conductor in 1988. In 1986 the London Symphony Orchestra and the Barbican Centre produced a Bernstein Festival. The London Symphony Orchestra in 1987 named him Honorary President. In 1989 the city of Bonn presented a Beethoven/Bernstein Festival.

In 1985 the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences honored Leonard Bernstein with the Lifetime Achievement Grammy Award. He won eleven Emmy Awards in his career. His televised concert and lecture series started with the "Omnibus" program in 1954, followed by the extraordinary "Young People's Concerts with the New York Philharmonic," in 1958 that extended over fourteen seasons. Among his many appearances on the PBS series "Great Performances" was the eleven-part acclaimed "Bernstein's Beethoven." In 1989, Bernstein and others commemorated the 1939 invasion of Poland in a worldwide telecast from Warsaw.

Leonard Bernstein's writings were published in four books. He gave six lectures at Harvard University in 1972-1973 as the Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry. These lectures were subsequently published and televised as "The Unanswered Question."

Leonard Bernstein always rejoiced in opportunities to teach young musicians. His master-classes at Tanglewood were famous. He was instrumental in founding the Los Angeles Philharmonic Institute in 1982. He helped create a world class training orchestra at the Schleswig Holstein Music Festival. He founded the Pacific Music Festival in Sapporo, Japan. Modeled after Tanglewood, this international festival was the first of its kind in Asia and continues to this day.

Leonard Bernstein received many honors. He was elected in 1981 to the American Academy of Arts and Letters, which gave him a Gold Medal. The National Fellowship Award in 1985 applauded his life-long support of humanitarian causes. He received the MacDowell Colony's Gold Medal; medals from the Beethoven Society and the Mahler Gesellschaft; the Handel Medallion, New York City's highest honor for the arts; a Tony award (1969) for Distinguished Achievement in the Theater; and dozens of honorary degrees and awards from colleges and universities. He was presented ceremonial keys to the cities of Oslo, Vienna, Bersheeva and the village of Bernstein, Austria, among others. National honors came from Italy, Israel, Mexico, Denmark, Germany (the Great Merit Cross), and France (Chevalier, Officer and Commandeur of the Legion d'Honneur). He received the Kennedy Center Honors in 1980.

World peace was a particular concern of Leonard Bernstein. Speaking at Johns Hopkins University in 1980 and theCathedral of St. John the Divine in New York in 1983, he described his vision of global harmony. His "Journey for Peace" tour to Athens and Hiroshima with the European Community Orchestra in 1985, commemorated the 40th anniversary of the atom bomb. In December 1989, Bernstein conducted the historic "Berlin Celebration Concerts" on both sides of the Berlin Wall, as it was being dismantled. The concerts were unprecedented gestures of cooperation, the musicians representing the former East Germany, West Germany, and the four powers that had partitioned Berlin after World War II.

Leonard Bernstein supported Amnesty International from its inception. To benefit the effort in 1987, he established the Felicia Montealegre Fund in memory of his wife who died in 1978.

In 1990, Leonard Bernstein received the Praemium Imperiale, an international prize created in 1988 by the Japan Arts Association and awarded for lifetime achievement in the arts. Bernstein used the $100,000 prize to establish The Bernstein Education Through the Arts (BETA) Fund, Inc. before his death.

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Leonard Bernstein : West Side Story : Solo : Songbook & CD : Leonard Bernstein : 884088625580 : 1458419711 : 00450165

Leonard Bernstein : West Side Story

Review: Sing along with the music from West Side Story! Complete vocal selections with extensive notes, photos, and a CD of piano recordings for the songs. The CD is enhanced for use with Macs or PCs and includes tempo and pitch adjustment software.

Songlist: Tonight, I Have A Love, Maria, Somewhere, America, Cha-Cha From The Dance At The Gym, Gee, Officer Krupke, Jet Song, Promenade From The Dance At The Gym, Cool, I Feel Pretty, One Hand, One Heart, Something's Coming, Tonight, I Have A Love, Maria, Somewhere, America, Cha-Cha From The Dance At The Gym, Gee, Officer Krupke, Jet Song, Promenade From The Dance At The Gym, Cool, I Feel Pretty, One Hand, One Heart, Something's Coming

Voicing: Teen

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Leonard Bernstein : Bernstein for Singers - Baritone/Bass : Solo : 01 Songbook : Leonard Bernstein : 884088960865 : 1480364495 : 00123631

Leonard Bernstein : Bernstein for Singers - Baritone/Bass

Review: Ten songs from Bernstein's stage works. Includes access to online piano accompaniments for streaming or download. Each voice type has a unique song list. This baritone/bass edition includes: From West Side Story: Cool - Jet Song - Maria; From On the Town: I Feel Like I'm Not Out of Bed Yet - Lonely Town - Lucky to Be Me - Some Other Time; From Wonderful Town: It's Love - A Quiet Girl; From Mass: A Simple Song.

Songlist: Maria, Lucky To Be Me, Jet Song, Some Other Time, A Simple Song, I Feel Like I'm Not Out Of Bed Yet, Cool, It's Love, Lonely Town, A Quiet Girl

Voicing: Baritone Bass

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4144b | Songbook $19.95 | Solo add item to cart


Leonard Bernstein : Bernstein for Singers - Belter/Mezzo-Soprano : Solo : 01 Songbook : Leonard Bernstein : 884088960841 : 1480364479 : 00123629

Leonard Bernstein : Bernstein for Singers - Belter/Mezzo-Soprano

Review: Ten songs from Bernstein's stage works. Includes access to online piano accompaniments for streaming or download. Each voice type has a unique song list. This belter/mezzo-soprano edition includes: Ain't Got No Tears Left (On the Town), Another Love (Not from a Show), Big Stuff (Fancy Free), I Can Cook Too (Wonderful Town), It's Gotta Be Bad to Be Good (Not from a Show), One Hundred Easy Ways to Lose a Man (Wonderful Town), Some Other Time (On the Town), Somewhere (West Side Story), The Story Of My Life (Wonderful Town), Who Am I? (Peter Pan).

Songlist: Somewhere, Who Am I?, Some Other Time, The Story Of My Life, Big Stuff, Ain't Got No Tears Left, Another Love, I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good), I Can Cook Too, One Hundred Easy Ways To Lose A Man

Voicing: Mezzo-Soprano

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Leonard Bernstein : Bernstein for Singers - Soprano : Solo : 01 Songbook : Leonard Bernstein : 884088960834 : 1480364452 : 00123628

Leonard Bernstein : Bernstein for Singers - Soprano

Review: Ten songs from Bernstein's stage works. Includes access to online piano accompaniments for streaming or download. Each voice type has a unique song list. This soprano edition includes: From West Side Story: I Feel Pretty - I Have a Love - Somewhere - Tonight; From Wonderful Town: A Little Bit in Love; From Peter Pan: My House - Who Am I?; From Mass: A Simple Song; From On the Town: Some Other Time; From 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue: Take Care of This House.

Songlist: Tonight, I Have A Love, Somewhere, Who Am I?, Some Other Time, A Simple Song, My House, Take Care Of This House, I Feel Pretty, A Little Bit In Love

Voicing: Soprano

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Leonard Bernstein : Bernstein for Singers - Tenor : Solo : 01 Songbook : Leonard Bernstein : 884088960858 : 1480364487 : 00123630

Leonard Bernstein : Bernstein for Singers - Tenor

Review: Ten songs from Bernstein's stage works. Includes access to online piano accompaniments for streaming or download. Each voice type has a unique song list. This tenor edition includes: From Candide: Bon Voyage - Candide's Lament; From West Side Story: Jet Song - Maria - Something's Coming, Somewhere, Tonight; From On the Town: Lonely Town - Lucky to Be Me - Some Other Time.

Songlist: Tonight, Maria, Somewhere, Lucky To Be Me, Jet Song, Bon Voyage, It Must Be So, Some Other Time, Lonely Town, Something's Coming

Voicing: Tenor

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Leonard Bernstein : Bernstein on Broadway : Solo : 01 Songbook : Leonard Bernstein : 073999558159 : 0634095730 : 00450100

Leonard Bernstein : Bernstein on Broadway

Review: 30 songs from Leonard Bernstein's revered Broadway shows, including West Side Story, Candide, On the Town, Wonderful Town, Peter Pan, and more, with plot notes, insightful facts, quotes from Bernstein and a bio. Includes a foreword by conductor John Mauceri, and the hits: America - I Feel Pretty - Lonely Town - Maria - New York, New York - Ohio - One Hand, One Heart - Somewhere - Tonight - and more.

Songlist: Tonight, Maria, Carried Away, Somewhere, America, Lucky To Be Me, The Best Of All Possible Worlds, New York, New York, It Must Be So, Make Our Garden Grow, My Love, Oh, Happy We, You Were Dead, You Know, Who Am I?, Some Other Time, Never-Land, My House, Peter, Peter, Take Care Of This House, My New Friends, I Can Cook Too, I Feel Pretty, It's Love, A Little Bit In Love, Lonely Town, Ohio, One Hand, One Heart, One Hundred Easy Ways To Lose A Man, A Quiet Girl, The Wrong Note Rag

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Leonard Bernstein : Candide - Vocal Selections : Solo : 01 Songbook : Leonard Bernstein : 073999500141 : 0634046748 : 00450014

Leonard Bernstein : Candide - Vocal Selections

Review: Expanded edition based on the published vocal score, featuring a Bernstein biography, notes on the show and songs, and manuscript facsimiles. With 13 songs, including complete version of Make Our Garden Grow.

Songlist: The Best of All Possible Worlds from CANDIDE (Bernstein), Oh, Happy We from CANDIDE (BERNSTEIN), It Must Be So from CANDIDE (Bernstein), I Am Easily Assimilated from CANDIDE (Bernstein), My Love from CANDIDE (Bernstein), Bon Voyage from CANDIDE (Bernstein), Make Our Garden Grow from CANDIDE (Bernstein), The Best of All Possible Worlds from CANDIDE (Bernstein), Oh, Happy We from CANDIDE (BERNSTEIN), It Must Be So from CANDIDE (Bernstein), I Am Easily Assimilated from CANDIDE (Bernstein), My Love from CANDIDE (Bernstein), Bon Voyage from CANDIDE (Bernstein), Make Our Garden Grow from CANDIDE (Bernstein)

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Leonard Bernstein : The Lark : SSAATTBB : 01 Songbook : Leonard Bernstein : 073999578386 : 48002896

Leonard Bernstein : The Lark

Review: In 1955, while in the midst of working on a musical version of Voltaire's CANDIDE with the distinguished American playwright Lillian Hellman, Leonard Bernstein wrote these a cappella choruses as incidental music for the play THE LARK, adapted by Miss Hellman from the original French version by Jean Anouilh. Since the drama is about the trial of Joan of Arc, Mr. Bernstein's music is deliberately evocative of that great Saint's medieval era. The initial presentation of the play took place on October 28, 1955 at the Plymouth Theater in Boston, with a cast that included Julie Harris, Boris Karloff, Christopher Plummer and Theodore Bikel.

Songlist: Spring Song, Court Song, Soldier's Song, Prelude, Benedictus, Sanctus, Requiem, Gloria

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8715b | Songbook $14.95 | SSAATTBB add item to cart Arrangements for 8 Parts


Leonard Bernstein : The Lark (French Choruses) : SSAATBB : 01 Songbook : Leonard Bernstein : 073999327717 : 48002895

Leonard Bernstein : The Lark (French Choruses)

Review: "The Lark", a play about the life, trial, and death of Joan of Arc, opened on Broadway on November 17, 1955.

Songlist: Court Song, Soldier's Song, Spring Song

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2981b | Songbook $8.95 | SSAATBB add item to cart French Choral Arrangements


Leonard Bernstein : Wonderful Town : Solo : 01 Songbook : Leonard Bernstein : 073999840056 : 0634073966 : 00450090

Leonard Bernstein : Wonderful Town

Review: Music from Wonderful Town has been out of print for more than 40 years, so we are very proud to present this new edition of the brilliant musical comedy currently running in an acclaimed Broadway revival! The music by Leonard Bernstein and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green tell the story of two sisters who move from Ohio to Greenwich Village. After many hardships of adjustment, they find New York to be a Wonderful Town. The original run of the show opened in 1953 and starred Rosalind Russell, and the Broadway revival, which opened on November 23, 2003, stars Donna Murphy. The cast recording is being released by DRG Records. Our songbook includes 10 songs: Ohio - One Hundred Easy Ways - What a Waste - A Little Bit in Love - Pass That Football - A Quiet Girl - My Darlin' Eileen - Swing - It's Love - The Wrong Note Rag. Features a preface by Comden and Green, and a complete plot synopsis.

Songlist: Swing, What A Waste, It's Love, A Little Bit In Love, My Darlin' Eileen, Ohio, One Hundred Easy Ways To Lose A Man, Pass That Football, A Quiet Girl, The Wrong Note Rag

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Pacific Mozart Ensemble : Bernstein's Mass : 00 2 SACDs : Lynne Morrow : Leonard Bernstein

Pacific Mozart Ensemble : Bernstein's Mass

Review: PME recorded Bernstein's Mass with Kent Nagano and the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester in Berlin. The recording received a Grammy nomination in 2005 for Best Choral Performance. The work calls for a "Street Chorus" that is able to perform such American musical styles as jazz, blues and rock. Since PME has long been known for being able to do the crossover between "classical" and other forms, Nagano decided that for his recording PME had to be hired and brought to Berlin. Over forty singers went for a week of recording sessions and concerts. In addition to singing the choral parts, PME supplied twenty soloists. Also heard on the recording is the Rundfunkchor Berlin and the Staats- und Domchor Berlin, with whom we share the nomination. The Mass was commissioned in 1971 by Jacqueline Kennedy for the opening of the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. Ours is the first recording of the piece since the original was conducted by Bernstein.

Songlist: Antiphon: "Kyrie eleison", Hymn and Psalm: A simple song, Responsory: "Alleluia", Prefatory Prayers, Thrice - Triple Canon: Dominus vobiscum, In nomine Patris, Prayer for the Congregation, Epiphany, Confiteor, Trope: "I don't know", Trope: "Easy", Meditation No. 1, Gloria tibi, Gloria in excelsis, Trope: "Half of the People", Trope: "Thank you", Meditation No. 2, Epistle "The Word of Lord", Gospel-Sermon "God said", Credo in unum Deum, Trope: "Non Credo", Trope: "Hurry", World Without End, Trope: "I Believe in God", Meditation No. 3 (De profundis, part 1), Offertory (De profundis, part 2), "Our father...", Trope: "I Go On", Sanctus "Holy! Holy! Holy!...", Agnus Dei, Fraction "Things Get Broken", Pax: Communion "Secret Songs"

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Corydon Singers : Leonard Bernstein Chicester Psalms : 00  1 CD : Matthew Best : Leonard BernsteinCopeland, Aaron : CDA 66219

Corydon Singers : Leonard Bernstein Chicester Psalms

Review: This recording features choral works by some of the great American composers. The Corydon Singers, led by Matthew Best sing Leonard Bernstein's "Chichester Psalms," Aaron Copland's "In the Beginning" and three motets and Samuel Barber's "Agnus Dei." The "Chichester Psalms," originally orchestrated, are accompanied by organ, harp and percussion with boy soprano Dominic Martelli. Copland's "In the Beginning" for soprano solo and unaccompanied chorus features mezzo-soprano Catherine Denley. Barber's "Agnus Dei" is a choral arrangement of his much loved "Adagio for Strings." The music on this recording is beautifully sung by a great choir.

Songlist: Chichester Palms, Psalm 108, verse 2 - Psalm 100, Psalm 23, verses 1-4, Psalm 2, verses 1-4, Psalm 23, verses 5, 6, Psalm 131, Psalm 133, verse 1, Agnus Dei , In the Beginning , Three Motets (Aaron Copland):, Help us, O Lord, Have mercy on us, O my Lord, Sing ye praises to our King

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Dale Warland Singers : Bernstein & Britten : 00  1 CD : Dale Warland : Benjamin Britten Leonard BernsteinBernstein : 123

Dale Warland Singers : Bernstein & Britten

Review: The forty-voice choir, directed by Dale Warland, are known for their advancement of modern choral literature. This CD bookends works by Bejamin Britten and Leonard Bernstein, with several other composers - Stephen Paulus, Nancy Wertsch and Aharon Harlap among them - contributing. Britten's "Rejoice In The Lamb" (Op.30), is an exercise in contrast, with eerie chromatic dissonances and diminutive solo passages in marked relief to the organ-accompanied, florid crescendos of the chorus. Harlap's "Bat Yiftach" features a distinctive solo French horn motif, rebuked by an agitated chorus; the music from Bernstein's "Chichester Psalms" were actually exerpted from work the celebrated conductor had written for an unproduced Thornton Wilder play! With organ, percussion and harp, the result has several movements and is sung in Hebrew; moments of stark beauty are shattered by portentous discord, only to be relieved by a dreamlike peace.

Songlist: Rejoyce in the Lamb, Antiphon for God the Father, Pilgrims' Hymn, Bat Yiftach (Jephthah's Daughter), Fragments from the Mass, Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Agnus Dei , Chichester Psalms

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