Leonard Bernstein

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Random House Incorporated, 1994 - Music - 594 pages
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The definitive biography of one of the most influential, flamboyant, and multifaceted musical talents of the twentieth century. As friend and colleague of Bernstein, Burton successfully brings this manic genius to the page with rich detail. Photos. Major national ads and publicity, tie-in to all Leonard Bernstein Society events, and more.

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[From my Master of Music thesis proposal:] As a twentieth-century composer living both in the academic world and the public eye, Bernstein was the subject of significant scholarly study both during ... Read full review

Contents

Beginnings
1
Family Life
13
19321935
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Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Humphrey Burton is a distinguished television director and commentator who was twice in charge of Music and Arts for BBC Television. A founding member of London Weekend Television, he is artistic director for the Barbican Centre and author of the highly acclaimed Leonard Bernstein. He has won many international awards, including three from the British Academy, four Emmys, and the Italia Prize (for The Making of West Side Story). Burton worked with Yehudi Menuhin on a twenty-part radio series for Classic FM.

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