Manuscripts/Mixed Material Young People's Concerts Scripts: What is Classical Music? [1st 11 pages in Mary Rodgers' hand red ink on yellow legal pad paper w/ pencil; remainder in LB's hand, pencil]

Format Manuscripts/Mixed Material
Contributors Bernstein, Leonard
Language English
Subjects "I Can'T Give You Anything But Love"
Art Music
Bach, Johann Sebastian
Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 4
Beethoven, Ludwig Van
Beethoven: Egmont Overture
Beethoven: Symphony No. 5
Classical Music
Classical Period
Exact Music
Folk Music
Haydn, Joseph
Haydn: Symphony, No. 102 in B Flat
Humor in Music
Manuscripts
Mozart: Piano Concerto in C Major
Mozart: The Marriage of Figaro
Romanticism
Serious Music
Surprise in Music
The Fugue
Title
Young People's Concerts Scripts: What is Classical Music? [1st 11 pages in Mary Rodgers' hand red ink on yellow legal pad paper w/ pencil; remainder in LB's hand, pencil]
Contributor Names
Bernstein, Leonard -- 1918-1990 (author)
Subject Headings
-  Classical music
-  Serious music
-  Art music
-  Beethoven: Symphony No. 5
-  "I Can't Give You Anything But Love"
-  Folk music
-  Exact music
-  Classical period
-  Bach, Johann Sebastian
-  The Fugue
-  Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 4
-  Mozart: The Marriage of Figaro
-  Humor in music
-  Haydn, Joseph
-  Surprise in music
-  Haydn: Symphony, No. 102 in B flat
-  Mozart: Piano Concerto in C Major
-  Beethoven, Ludwig van
-  Romanticism
-  Beethoven: Egmont Overture
Genre
Manuscripts
Notes
-  From: Young People's Concerts Television Scripts Series
Form
manuscript
Extent
28 (22 numbered pages + verso's of pages 15-17, 19-20 & 22) pages.; 8" x 12.5"
Repository
Music Division
Related Resources
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.music/lbypc.0011 (electronic resource)
Shelf Location
Box/Folder 105/07
Access Condition
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Correspondence

  • Correspondence to Leonard Bernstein from Aaron Copland used by permission of The Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Inc., 254 West 31st Street, 15th floor, New York, NY 10001, (212) 461-6956, fax: (212) 810-4567.
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  • bers from Helen Coates used by permission from Marianne Langner Zeitlin, 204 Warren Avenue, Rochester, NY 14618.

Bernstein Family Correspondence

  • Correspondence written by Leonard Bernstein used by permission from Marie Carter, VP Licensing and Publishing, The Leonard Bernstein Office, Inc., 121 West 27th St., Suite 1104, New York, NY 10001, Fax: 212 315 0643.
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  • Correspondence written by Shirley Bernstein used by permission from Mr. Harry Kraut, The Leonard Bernstein Office, Inc., 121 West 27th St., Suite 1104, New York, NY 10001.
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Scripts

Article

  • The articleProfessor Lenny by Joseph Horowitz is reproduced with permission from The New York Review of Books External. Copyright © 1993 NYREV, Inc. Drawing by David Levine. Reproduced with permission from The New York Review of Books. Copyright © 1993 NYREV, Inc.

Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1920s-1942

  • The first known photograph of Bernstein as a conductor. As a camp counselor, he is conducting the Camp Onota Rhythm Band, 1937. © Made available online with permission from The Berkshire Eagle. David Scribner, Editor, The Berkshire Eagle, 75 S. Church Street, Pittsfield, Massachusetts 01201-6166.
  • Bernstein conducts Stravinsky's L'histoire du Soldat at an informal Tanglewood tea party. Serge Koussevitzky- conductor and Bernstein mentor- and his wife Natalie look down from the balcony. The inscription to Helen Coates refers humorously to L'histoire D'un éléve - the tale of the student. 1940. © Made available online with permission from The Berkshire Eagle. David Scribner, Editor, The Berkshire Eagle, 75 S. Church Street, Pittsfield, Massachusetts 01201-6166.

Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1943-1945

Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1946

Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1947

Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1948

Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1949

Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1950-1953

Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1955-1957

  • Bernstein, 1956. © Made available online with permission of The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Friedman-Abeles, Billy Rose Theatre Collection. Astor, Lenox, and Tilden Foundations.
  • Bernstein at rehearsal for West Side Story . Carol Lawrence (who played Maria) is at his left, and lyricist Stephen Sondheim is playing the piano, 1957. © Made available online with permission of The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Friedman-Abeles, Billy Rose Theatre Collection. Astor, Lenox, and Tilden Foundations.
  • Bernstein with Felicia, Jamie, and Alexander. Seasons Greetings on music. Made available on- line with permission of © WHITESTONE PHOTO/Heinz- H. Weissenstein All Rights Reserved. P.O. Box 456, Lenox, Massachusetts, 01240-0456.
  • Bernstein with wife Felicia, and children Jamie and Alexander. Made available online with permission of © WHITESTONE PHOTO/Heinz- H.Weissenstein. All Rights Reserved. P.O. Box 456, Lenox, Massachusetts, 01240-0456.

Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1960s

Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1980s

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