Composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990) was an icon of American culture throughout much of the twentieth century. He wrote for stage (ballet, musical, and opera), orchestra, and voice. Among his noted achievements are the score for West Side Story, his opera Candide, the Jeremiah Symphony, and--even though Jewish--a setting of the Roman Mass. He also hosted or starred in television specials, both of his own music and as conductor of others' works, twice winning the Emmy. He scored moves, including Rear Window and received an Academy Awary nomination for On the Waterfront.
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Arias and Bacarolles: Leonard Bernstein
Homage featuring biography, classical and theater works, features, newspaper articles, MIDI audio files, and links.
Bernstein, Leonard (1918 - 1990)
Brief biography and caricature with summaries of stage, orchestral, and choral works.
Bernstein, Leonard (1918 - 1990), United States
Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, bibliography, and links to biographical essays from Dr. Estrella's Incredibly Abridged Dictionary of Composers.
Classical Music Archives: Leonard Bernstein
Biography from the Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music.
iTunes Preview: Leonard Bernstein
Extended biography with links to related composers, conductors, and orchestras. Includes discography.
Official site. Includes background information, correspondence, scores, concert memorabilia, excerpted audio files, working notes, biographical details, photographs, recordings, items for sale, and contact information.
Filmography at the Internet Movie Database with television and motion picture credits and links.
Leonard Bernstein - conductor and composer
This is the mfiles page for Leonard Bernstein, with career overview and links to soundtrack reviews and related composers.
The Leonard Bernstein Collection
U.S. Library of Congress special collection.
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