1. Leonard Bernstein was an American composer, conductor, author, music lecturer and pianist.
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5. Leonard Bernstein discusses humor in music and conducts Till Eulenspiegel's merry pranks with the New York Philharmonic.
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10. Leonard Bernstein was an eclectic composer whose music fused elements of jazz, Jewish music, theatre music and the work of earlier composers like Aaron Copland, Igor Stravinsky, Darius Milhaud, George Gershwin, and Marc Blitzstein.
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21. Leonard Bernstein continued to make his own TV documentaries during the 1980s, including The Little Drummer Boy, in which he discussed the music of Gustav Mahler, perhaps the composer he was most passionately interested in, and The Love of Three Orchestras, in which he discussed his work in New York, Vienna, and Israel.
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25. In 1979, Leonard Bernstein conducted the Berlin Philharmonic for the first time, in two charity concerts for Amnesty International involving performances of Mahler's Ninth Symphony.
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38. In late 1956, Leonard Bernstein conducted the New York Philharmonic in concerts that were to have been conducted by Guido Cantelli, who had died in an air crash in Paris.
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39. Leonard Bernstein was a visiting music professor from 1951 to 1956 at Brandeis University, and he founded the Creative Arts Festival there in 1952.
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42. In 1951, Leonard Bernstein conducted the New York Philharmonic in the world premiere of the Symphony No 2 of Charles Ives, which was written around half a century earlier but had never been performed.
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43. In 1947, Leonard Bernstein conducted in Tel Aviv for the first time, beginning a lifelong association with Israel.
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