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by Isadore Seltzer,Leonard Bernstein
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    Isadore Seltzer,Leonard Bernstein
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    Simon and Schuster; Revised and Expanded edition (1970)
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Home Bernstein, Leonard LEONARD BERNSTEIN'S YOUNG PEOPLES . Illustrator: Seltzer, Isadore. Book Condition: Good.

Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts. Bernstein led a total of fifty-three Young People's Concerts during those fourteen years, and covered a broad range of subjects.

Leonard Bernstein touched millions of lives as composer, conductor, teacher, and . sixties impacted Bernstein’s life and his Young People’s Concerts.

Xviii, 379 pages : 24 cm. Fifteen lectures taken from the author's television series of Young People's Concerts with the New York Philharmonic.

Young People's Concerts by composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein is an outstanding and much-appreciated reprint of the author's definitive description of his inspirational appreciation and joy for music

This book brings together the best of the best of these lectures, including many never before published.

Young People's Concerts Scripts: What Does Orchestration Mean? Manuscripts

Discusses various aspects of music such as: What is melody? What does music mean? What is classical music? The text is based on Bernstein's television series of young people's concerts.

Leonard Bernstein did something extraordinary in creating his young people's concerts. He brought classical music to a young audience that otherwise might not have been exposed to this music. I was one of those young people and I can say that I learned my love of classical music as a result of Mr. Berstein's great gift to the world of music. Mr. Bernstein was a truly gifted teacher and we are blessed that most of his Young People's Concerts are available on video or DVD. To those who have never exerienced this treasure, do your self a favor and view one. I gurantee you'll be back for more. Mr. Bertstein's passion for music is contagious.
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The set of Leonard Bernstein VHS tapes were in good condition. Thank you. I am a music teacher and will use them periodically in my classes. The material is dated...from the 1950"s but I could (with much screening) selection sections that will be perfect in my classes.
Wonderful to experience once again, after religiousy watching and hearing all the original broadcasts from 1959-1973, times that now seem so innocent, with the opportunity to now reflect upon the original program content and personality of Leonard Bernstein. As an amateur musician, in the classic sense, wanting to intellectually communicate an appreciation of music with others, it is refreshing to review those programs as a primer for any and all kinds and styles of music that will live for as long as we keep breathing.
I love it!
A great book, direct and efficient. Congratulations to Mr. Leonard Bernstein. Seems that music is so easy.
I love the way he explain everything very simple and funny. Need to learn this way for my students!
Had this book for a college class. Not my favorite subject to read, but it was better than most textbooks I've had.
Young People's Concerts by composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein is an outstanding and much-appreciated reprint of the author's definitive description of his inspirational appreciation and joy for music. Presented in an expansive and highly descriptive context, Young People's Concerts offers an easy to understand perspective of all forms and categories of music, instilling a similar construct into the readers enjoyment of diverse musical traditions and presentations. Very strongly recommended as informed and informative read, Young People's Concerts is the perfect addition to every personal, academic, and community library music appreciation reference collection and reading list.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S CONCERTS by Bernstein was based on his televised lectures with the New York Philharmonic, written in response to the shows' popularity. This book gathers fifteen of the best of these fifty-three transcripts, providing lectures which capture the meaning and joy of music for young audiences. From identifying the basic elements which comprise classical music to showing how musicians slip humor into music and how folk music works in the concert hall, Bernstein's YOUNG PEOPLE'S CONCERTS is the next best thing to a college course - and the concerts come on DVD elsewhere if musical augmentation is required.