Manuscript/Mixed Material Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, November 5, 1951
About this Item
- Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, November 5, 1951
- Subject Headings
- - Copland, Aaron
- - Conducting
- - Foss, Lukas
- - Tanglewood Music Center
- - Unanswered Question, Six Talks at Harvard (Norton lectures)
- - excerpt: "These old Norton Lectures are paralyzing all my other activites...[C.M.] really wants you to head orch. & conducting depts. [at Tanglewood]...Lukas [Foss] was here last week with his brand new wife and Piano Concerto...(some L.B. in it)..."
- - From: Correspondence Series
- Autograph letter, signed
- 2 pages.
- Music Division
- Related Resources
- http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.music/lbcorr.01131 (electronic resource)
- Shelf Location
- Box/Folder 16
- Access Condition
- For rights relating to this resource, visit http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.music/lbcoll.access
- Online Format
- Correspondence. Autograph letter, signed | 2 pages. | excerpt: "These old Norton Lectures are paralyzing all my other activites...[C.M.] really wants you to head orch. & conducting depts. [at Tanglewood]...Lukas [Foss] was here last week with his brand new wife and Piano Concerto...(some L.B. in it)..." From: Correspondence Series Autograph Letter, Signed (Form).
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