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Meet Amazing Americans Musicians & Composers Leonard Bernstein
Photo, 'Holiday card with Bernstein, Felicia, Jamie and Alexander.'
Bernstein's love of his family led him to teach young people about his other love -- music

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Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts
People of all ages enjoy music. The New York Philharmonic had already established a tradition of presenting concerts for young people when Leonard Bernstein took advantage of the power of television to introduce music to children. Between 1958 and 1972 he showed young people how to be good listeners of fine music through his Young People's Concerts. What kind of music do you listen to on television?
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