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Meet Amazing Americans Musicians & Composers Leonard Bernstein
 
Photo, 'Bernstein departing for Israel to assume duties as musical director of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra...1948.'
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Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts
The Young People's Concerts revealed Bernstein's mastery of both music education and the medium of television. Combination lecture-concerts were recorded before a concert-hall audience, primarily children, and broadcast in the United States and Canada. Over the course of the broadcasts, Bernstein discussed a wide selection of subjects relating to music history and featured composers and compositions. As part of this series, there were also annual concerts featuring young performers.
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