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  1. Oct 16,  · The senior Bernstein turned 70 years old - the biblical life span beyond which all time is borrowed from God, as his son described it - in ''There was a huge party for him in Boston,'' the.
  2. Shortly before his death Leonard Bernstein granted a rare interview with Jonathan Cott for Rolling Stone magazine. It ended up lasting some 12 hours! While the original edited interview was published in the magazine that commissioned it, Cott has now written up an account of the whole phrasexunprobheydorripalelubgoldle.coinfos:
  3. Bernstein was one of the few conductors to program string-orchestra adaptations of Beethoven string quartets, and his long-admired account of Op. finally comes to CD, along with the
  4. Aug 24,  · In , Studs Terkel and Leonard Bernstein discussed life, American culture, and a diverse range of music. The great American composer and conductor was born years ago, on August 25, , and we wish him and his enduring legacy the happiest of centennials.
  5. Louis "Studs" Terkel (May 16, – October 31, ) was an American author, historian, actor, and broadcaster. He received the Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction in for The Good War and is best remembered for his oral histories of common Americans, and for hosting a .
  6. Mar 05,  · Marc Blitzstein: Studs Terkel interviews Leonard Bernstein in Leonard Bernstein, guest; Studs Terkel, host. Courtesy of the Studs Terkel Archives. digital archives Studs Terkel Archives. Marc Blitzstein: Honolulu Song Original Cast (The Acting Company) & Patti LuPone The Cradle Will Rock JAY Records JAY (CD, LP).
  7. "Few composers capture their time and become the iconic voice of their age. Leonard Bernstein found his "voice" in the early s and projected the sound of urban and urbane America from the period of World War II to the anti-war movements of the s and the restoration of freedom in Europe, with the fall of the Berlin Wall and Soviet communism.".
  8. The renowned oral historian interviews ordinary people about facing mortality: “It’s the unguarded voices he presents that stay with you.” — The New York Times In this book, the Pulitzer Prize winner and National Book Award finalist Studs Terkel, author of the New York Times bestseller Working, turns to the ultimate human experience: death.

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