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Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990

 Person

Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:

Felicia and Leonard Bernstein interview

 Item — Box: 1, Media/Data Case: 10
Identifier: 10 of 30
Scope and Contents Gruen records the family at the dinner table. Felicia and Leonard describe their wedding.

John Gruen collection of Leonard Bernstein research (MSS 54)

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 54
Scope and Contents The collection includes untranscribed audiotape recordings of interviews that Gruen conducted with Leonard Bernstein and others for his book The Private World of Leonard Bernstein (1968) and additional articles about Bernstein. Drafts of the book and typescripts of the articles are included.

Leonard and Jamie Bernstein interviews

 Item — Box: 1, Media/Data Case: 6
Identifier: 6 of 30
Scope and Contents Bernstein discusses his siblings and Helen Coates. Side 2 is a short interview with Jamie Bernstein.

Leonard Bernstein interview

 Item — Box: 1, Media/Data Case: 17
Identifier: 17 of 30
Scope and Contents Bernstein dicusses Aaron Copland, depressed years (1937), legendary debut, 1940-1943.

Leonard Bernstein interview

 Item — Box: 1, Media/Data Case: 14
Identifier: 14 of 30
Scope and Contents Bernstein discusses conducting, rituals, Mahler.

Leonard Bernstein interview

 Item — Box: 1, Media/Data Case: 13
Identifier: 13 of 30
Scope and Contents Bernstein discusses musicals, conducting the NY Philharmonic, Candide, and West Side Story.

Leonard Bernstein interview

 Item — Box: 1, Media/Data Case: 15
Identifier: 15 of 30
Scope and Contents Bernstein dicusses Koussevitzky, Hadrian and the Philharmonic

Leonard Bernstein interview, 1967 July 18

 Item — Box: 1, Media/Data Case: 11
Identifier: 11 of 30
Scope and Contents Bernstein discusses Kaddish, his father, and grandparents. Side B topics cover his time at Curtis with Fritz Reiner, Mitropolous, and beginning Tanglewood.

Leonard Bernstein interview, July 20

 Item — Box: 1, Media/Data Case: 19
Identifier: 19 of 30
Scope and Contents Bernstein discusses the state of music, necessity for art, composing, war and peace, Kennedy, politics.