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Synonyms Synonyms German for "Bernstein":. Bernstein championed American composers, especially those that he was close to like Aaron Copland , William Schuman and David Diamond.
For Columbia Records, he also started to record his own compositions more extensively. This included his three symphonies, his ballets, and the Symphonic Dances from West Side Story with the New York Philharmonic.
He also conducted an LP of his musical On The Town , the first almost complete recording of the original featuring several members of the original Broadway cast, including Betty Comden and Adolph Green.
The film version only contains four of Bernstein's original numbers. Bernstein also collaborated with the experimental jazz pianist and composer Dave Brubeck resulting in the recording Bernstein Plays Brubeck Plays Bernstein In one oft-reported incident, in April Bernstein appeared on stage before a performance of the Brahms Piano Concerto No.
During rehearsals, Gould had argued for tempi much broader than normal, which did not reflect Bernstein's concept of the music.
Bernstein gave a brief address to the audience starting with "Don't be frightened; Mr Gould is here The answer is, of course, sometimes the one and sometimes the other, depending on the people involved.
Schonberg , music critic for The New York Times , as abdication of personal responsibility and an attack on Gould, whose performance Schonberg went on to criticize heavily.
Bernstein always denied that this had been his intent and has stated that he made these remarks with Gould's blessing. Throughout his life, he professed admiration and friendship for Gould.
Schonberg was often though not always harshly critical of Bernstein as a conductor during his tenure as music director. However, his views were not shared by the audiences with many full houses and probably not by the musicians themselves who had greater financial security arising from Bernstein's many TV and recording activities amongst other things.
In the New York Philharmonic moved from Carnegie Hall to Philharmonic Hall now David Geffen Hall in the new Lincoln Center.
The move was not without controversy because of acoustic problems with the new hall. Bernstein conducted the gala opening concert featuring vocal works by Mahler, Beethoven and Vaughan Williams , and the premiere of Aaron Copland's Connotations , a serial-work that was merely politely received.
During the intermission Bernstein kissed the cheek of the President's wife Jacqueline Kennedy , a break with protocol that was commented on at the time.
In Bernstein had conducted at President John F. Kennedy 's pre-inaugural gala, and he was an occasional guest in the White House. Years later he conducted at the funeral mass in for President Kennedy's brother Robert F.
Kennedy , featuring the Adagietto from Mahler's 5th Symphony. Jackie Kennedy famously wrote to Bernstein after the event: When your Mahler started to fill but that is the wrong word — because it was more this sensitive trembling the Cathedral today — I thought it the most beautiful music I had ever heard.
On November 23, , the day after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy , Leonard Bernstein conducted the New York Philharmonic and the Schola Cantorum of New York in a nationally televised memorial featuring the " Resurrection Symphony " by Gustav Mahler.
This was the first televised performance of the complete symphony. Mahler's music had never been performed for such an event, and since the tribute to JFK, Mahler symphonies have become part of the Philharmonic's standard repertoire for national mourning.
In Bernstein conducted Franco Zeffirelli 's production of Verdi 's Falstaff at the Metropolitan Opera in New York. In he made his debut at the Vienna State Opera conducting Luchino Visconti 's production of the same opera with Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau as Falstaff.
During his time in Vienna he also recorded the opera for Columbia Records and conducted his first subscription concert with the Vienna Philharmonic which is made up of players from the Vienna State Opera featuring Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde with Fischer-Dieskau and James King.
He returned to the State Opera in for a production of Der Rosenkavalier and in for Otto Schenk 's production of Beethoven's Fidelio.
Sixteen years later, at the State Opera, Bernstein conducted his sequel to Trouble in Tahiti , A Quiet Place , with the ORF orchestra.
Bernstein's final farewell to the State Opera happened accidentally in following a performance of Modest Mussorgsky 's Khovanshchina , he unexpectedly entered the stage and embraced conductor Claudio Abbado in front of a cheering audience.
With his commitment to the New York Philharmonic and his many other activities, Bernstein had little time for composition during the s. The two major works he produced at this time were his Kaddish Symphony , dedicated to the recently assassinated President John F.
Kennedy , and the Chichester Psalms , which he produced during a sabbatical year he took from the Philharmonic in to concentrate on composition.
Wanting to make more time for composition was probably a major factor in his decision to step down as Music Director of the Philharmonic in , and to never again accept such a position elsewhere.
After stepping down from the New York Philharmonic, Bernstein continued to appear with them in most years until his death, and he toured with them to Europe in and to Asia in He also strengthened his relationship with the Vienna Philharmonic —he conducted all nine completed Mahler symphonies with them plus the Adagio from the 10th in the period from to All of these were filmed for Unitel with the exception of the Mahler 2nd, which instead Bernstein filmed with the London Symphony Orchestra in Ely Cathedral in In the late s Bernstein conducted a complete Beethoven symphony cycle with the Vienna Philharmonic, and cycles of Brahms and Schumann were to follow in the s.
Other orchestras he conducted on numerous occasions in the s include the Israel Philharmonic , the Orchestre National de France , and the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
In Bernstein wrote and narrated a ninety-minute program filmed on location in and around Vienna as a celebration of Beethoven's th birthday.
The program was first telecast in on Austrian and British television, and then on CBS in the U. The show, originally entitled Beethoven's Birthday: A Celebration in Vienna , won an Emmy and was issued on DVD in In the summer of , during the Festival of London, he conducted Verdi's Requiem Mass in St.
Paul's Cathedral, with the London Symphony Orchestra. Bernstein's major compositions during the s were his Mass: A Theatre Piece for Singers, Players, and Dancers ; his score for the ballet Dybbuk ; his orchestral vocal work Songfest ; and his U.
The world premiere of Bernstein's MASS took place on September 8, Commissioned by Jacqueline Kennedy for the opening of the John F.
Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D. Hastily written in places, the work represented a fusion not only of different religious traditions Latin liturgy, Hebrew prayer, and plenty of contemporary English lyrics but also of different musical styles, including classical and rock music.
In the present day, it is perhaps seen as less blasphemous and more a piece of its era: in it was even performed in the Vatican.
In Bernstein recorded Bizet 's Carmen , with Marilyn Horne in the title role and James McCracken as Don Jose, after leading several stage performances of the opera at the Metropolitan Opera.
The recording was one of the first in stereo to use the original spoken dialogue between the sung portions of the opera, rather than the musical recitatives that were composed by Ernest Guiraud after Bizet's death.
The recording was Bernstein's first for Deutsche Grammophon and won a Grammy. Bernstein was appointed in to the Charles Eliot Norton Chair as Professor of Poetry at his alma mater, Harvard University, and delivered a series of six televised lectures on music with musical examples played by the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
However, these lectures were not televised until Taking the title from a Charles Ives work , he called the series The Unanswered Question ; it was a set of interdisciplinary lectures in which he borrowed terminology from contemporary linguistics to analyze and compare musical construction to language.
The lectures are presently available in both book and DVD form. The DVD video was not taken directly from the lectures at Harvard, rather they were recreated again at the WGBH studios for filming.
This appears to be the only surviving Norton lectures series available to the general public in video format.
Noam Chomsky wrote in on the Znet forums about the linguistic aspects of the lecture: "I spent some time with Bernstein during the preparation and performance of the lectures.
My feeling was that he was onto something, but I couldn't really judge how significant it was. Bernstein played an instrumental role in the exiling of renowned cellist and conductor, Mstislav Rostropovich , from the USSR in Rostropovich, a strong believer in free speech and democracy, was officially held in disgrace; his concerts and tours both at home and abroad cancelled, and in he was prohibited to travel outside of the Soviet Union.
During a trip to the USSR in , Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy and his wife Joan, urged by Bernstein and others in the cultural sphere, mentioned Rostropovich's situation to Leonid Brezhnev , the Soviet Union Communist Party Leader.
Two days later, Rostropovich was granted his exit visa. Chevy Chase stated in his biography that Lorne Michaels wanted Bernstein to host Saturday Night Live in the show's first season — Chase was seated next to Bernstein at a birthday party for Kurt Vonnegut and made the request in person.
However, the pitch involved a Bernstein-conducted SNL version of West Side Story , and Bernstein was uninterested.
In October , Leonard Bernstein led the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and pianist Claudio Arrau in an Amnesty International Benefit Concert in Munich.
To honor his late wife and to continue their joint support for human rights, Leonard Bernstein established the Felicia Montealegre Bernstein Fund of Amnesty International USA to provide aid for human rights activists with limited resources.
At the same time, Bernstein made a studio recording of the opera for Deutsche Grammophon and the opera itself was filmed by Unitel and released on DVD by Deutsche Grammophon in late In May , the Israel Philharmonic played two U.
On consecutive nights, the Orchestra, with the Choral Arts Society of Washington , performed Beethoven's Ninth Symphony and Bernstein's Chichester Psalms at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.
In , Bernstein conducted the Berlin Philharmonic for the first time, in two charity concerts for Amnesty International involving performances of Mahler's Ninth Symphony.
The invitation for the concerts had come from the orchestra and not from its principal conductor Herbert von Karajan.
There has been speculation about why Karajan never invited Bernstein to conduct his orchestra. Karajan did conduct the New York Philharmonic during Bernstein's tenure.
The full reasons will probably never be known—reports suggest they were on friendly terms when they met, but sometimes practiced a little mutual one-upmanship.
One oddity of the recording is that the trombone section fails to enter at the climax of the finale, as a result of an audience member fainting just behind the trombones a few seconds earlier.
Bernstein received the Kennedy Center Honors award in For the rest of the s he continued to conduct, teach, compose, and produce the occasional TV documentary.
Eisenhower had made to him in In in the U. Bernstein gave spoken introduction and actor Maximilian Schell was also featured on the programs, reading from Beethoven's letters.
In addition to conducting in New York, Vienna and Israel, Bernstein was a regular guest conductor of other orchestras in the s. In , he and Ernest Fleischmann founded the Los Angeles Philharmonic Institute as a summer training academy along the lines of Tanglewood.
Bernstein served as artistic director and taught conducting there until Around the same time, he performed and recorded some of his own works with the Los Angeles Philharmonic for Deutsche Grammophon.
Bernstein was also at the time a committed supporter of nuclear disarmament. In he took the European Community Youth Orchestra in a "Journey for Peace" tour across Europe and Japan.
In , he conducted a recording of West Side Story , the first time he had conducted the entire work. The recording, featuring what some critics [ who?
A TV documentary The Making of West Side Story about the recording was made at the same time and has been released as a DVD.
Bernstein also continued to make his own TV documentaries during the s, 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.
In his later years, Bernstein's life and work were celebrated around the world as they have been since his death.
The Israel Philharmonic celebrated his involvement with them at festivals in Israel and Austria in In the London Symphony Orchestra mounted a Bernstein Festival in London with one concert that Bernstein himself conducted attended by the Queen.
In Bernstein's 70th birthday was celebrated by a lavish televised gala at Tanglewood featuring many performers who had worked with him over the years.
During summer , he celebrated the th anniversary of Nadia Boulanger at the American Conservatory in Fontainebleau.
He gave a masterclass inside the castle of Fontainebleau. Deutsch - Bosnisch Deutsch - Griechisch Deutsch - Albanisch English - Bulgarian English - Bosnian English - Czech English - Danish English - Greek English - Esperanto English - Spanish English - Finnish English - French English - Croatian English - Hungarian English - Icelandic English - Italian English - Latin English - Dutch English - Norwegian English - Polish English - Portuguese English - Romanian English - Russian English - Slovak English - Albanian English - Serbian English - Swedish English - Turkish.
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