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Leonard Bernstein
   composed the opera   
Candide
Most famous for its popular overture often performed alone as a concert piece
Leonard Bernstein
   wrote music for   
On the Waterfront (1954)
Leonard Bernstein
   wrote music for   
On the Town (1949)
Leonard Bernstein
   wrote music for   
West Side Story (1961)
Leonard Bernstein
   composed   
West Side Story
Leonard Bernstein
   composed   
Chichester Psalms
Leonard Bernstein
   composed   
The Kaddish Symphony
Leonard Bernstein
   composed   
Candide
1956 - Musical based on Voltaire's book.
Leonard Bernstein
   uttered the last words   
"What's This?"
Leonard Bernstein
   composed the musical   
On the Town (1944)
Leonard Bernstein
   composed the musical   
Candide (1956)
Leonard Bernstein
   was born on   
August 25, 1918
American composer and conductor
Leonard Bernstein
   lifespan was   
1918-1990
American composer and conductor
Leonard Bernstein
   was born in   
Lawrence, U.S.A.
1918-1990. Conductor, composer and pianist
Leonard Bernstein
   is a   
Conductor
1980
"Humor in Music"
   was released by   
Leonard Bernstein
1962 - Best Spoken Word Album
Leonard Bernstein
   was born in   
The U.S.A.
1918-1990; composer and conductor
Leonard Bernstein
   was music director of the   
New York Philharmonic
1958-1969
Leonard Bernstein
   composed the musical   
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue (1976)
A legendary Broadway flop
Berlin Philharmonic
   recorded   
Mahler: Symphony No. 9; Leonard Bernstein
Deutsche Grammophon, 2010
Leonard Bernstein
   recorded   
Mahler: Symphony No. 5
Wiener Philharmoniker; Deutsche Grammophon, 1988
Leonard Bernstein
   recorded   
Mozart Symphonies Nos. 40 & 41 "Jupiter"
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra; DG, 1984
Leonard Bernstein
   recorded   
Poulenc, Gloria/Stravinsky, Symphony of Psalms
New York Philharmonic/London Symphony; Columbia, 1977
Leonard Bernstein
   recorded   
Beethoven, Concerto No. 4 for Piano & Orchestra
Glenn Gould, New York Philharmonic; Sony 1976
Leonard Bernstein
   recorded   
Beethoven, Missa Solemnis
New York Philharmonic; Sony, 1960
Leonard Bernstein
   recorded   
Berlioz, Harold in Italy
New York Philharmonic; Sony, 1961
Leonard Bernstein
   composed   
"I Hate Music"
Cycle of Five Kids Songs for Soprano and Piano, 1943
Leonard Bernstein
   composed   
"La Bonne Cuisine"
Four Recipes for Voice and Piano, 1948
Leonard Bernstein
   composed   
"So Pretty"
1968
Leonard Bernstein
   composed   
Arias & Barcarolles
For mezzo-soprano, baritone and piano four-hands, 1988
Leonard Bernstein
   composed   
Dance Suite
1988
Leonard Bernstein
   composed   
Fancy Free
Ballet, 1944
Leonard Bernstein
   composed   
Three Dance Episodes from On the Town
1946
Leonard Bernstein
   composed   
Prelude, Fugue, and Riffs
For clarinet and jazz ensemble, 1949
Leonard Bernstein
   is buried in   
Green-wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY, USA
Conductor, composer
Copland: Appalachian Spring
   was released by   
Leonard Bernstein Cond. New York Philharmonic
1961 - inducted 2009






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