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Composer Leonard Bernstein

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Katelyn P

on 1 June 2011

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Leonard Bernstein Born August 25,1918 died October 14, 1990 Country of residency was the U.S.A Bernstein started playing piano when he was 10 years old. He went to college at Harvard where he studied music and was apart of the Harvard Glee Club. Then went to Curtis Institute of Music where he got strait "A"'s. Bernstein was ten when he first started playing piano. He went to Harvard and studied music where he also was apart of the Harvard Glee Club. He also went to the Curtis Institute of music where he got all stait "A"'s. Candide instrumental/choral
On the Town instrumental
West Side Story instrumental/choral
On the Waterfront instrumental/choral
Mambo instrumental/choral All of these are whole orchestras 5 INTERESTING FACTS 1 .Some of Bernsteins songs have been in movies.
2. He was the first American composer to recieve world-wide recognition. 3. He was named the director of the New York City Symphony. 4. Bernstein did 16 works of art for the theater. 5. He attended a celebration for Ludwig van Beethoven's 200th birthday in 1970. I think my composer is famous because
he is really good at writing music and playing the piano. . . . Works Cited 5/20/11
composerID=39 5/23/11
http://www.pbs.org/wnet/americanmasters/episodes/leonard-bernstein/reseaching-for-the-note/489/ Works Cited 5/20/11
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