Leonard Bernstein

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A Harvard graduate, Bernstein was an accomplished music composer and conductor with more than 20 awards to his credit.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
West Side Story, musical 1955 Show/Musical
On the Town, musical 1944 Show/Musical
Symphonic Dances (9) from "West Side Story", for orchestra (orchestrated with Ramin & Kostal) 1960 Orchestral
Candide, overture to the operetta 1956 Orchestral
Mass, theatre piece for singers, players & dancers 1971 Choral Show/Musical
Chichester Psalms, for boy soloist, chorus & orchestra 1965 Choral
Prelude, Fugue & Riffs, for clarinet & jazz ensemble 1949 Concerto
Somewhere, song (from "West Side Story") 1957 Vocal Music
On the Waterfront, symphonic suite 1955 Orchestral
Fancy Free, ballet 1944 Ballet
Candide, operetta in 2 acts (Chelsea version) Opera Show/Musical
Symphony No. 2 ("The Age of Anxiety"), for piano & orchestra or 2 pianos 1949 Symphony
Tonight, song (from "West Side Story") 1957 Vocal Music Show/Musical
Dance Episodes (3) from "On the Town", for orchestra 1945 Orchestral
Maria, song (from "West Side Story") 1957 Vocal Music Show/Musical
Wonderful Town, musical in 2 acts 1953 Show/Musical
Serenade (after Plato: Symposium), for violin, harp, percussion & strings; also for violin & piano 1954 Orchestral
Candide, operetta in 2 acts (Scottish opera or final revised version) Opera
Sonata for clarinet & piano 1941 Chamber Music
America, song (from "West Side Story") Vocal Music Show/Musical
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