Episode: Ep. 015 Happy Birthday Leonard Bernstein - Part 2


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Ep. 015 Happy Birthday Leonard Bernstein - Part 2

This week, we pick up where we left off in the life and times of Leonard Bernstein.

Included in this episode:
Part way through, you will hear a static noise. Don’t be alarmed, it’s just the ghost of Leonard Bernstein paying Jon and Tina a visit as they chat about his storied life, which involves conducting with eyebrows, an 800 page FBI profile, hosting a party for the Black Panthers, and many more anecdotes both musical and non.

Also included in this episode:
Jon and Tina are really good at spontaneously singing pieces in the same key and tempo simultaneously.

Exploration

Life With Leonard Bernstein

FBI Records: The Vault

The Legend of Lenny

Alex Ross: The Bernstein Files

Maestro John DeMain Remembers Bernstein

Does Leonard Bernstein Have any Heirs?

Opera News - Carmen Revisited

Leonard Bernstein - Teachers and Teaching

This Week's Spotify Playlist



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