Titles in this Series

A Copland Celebration

Item #: 192728

A Tribute to Teachers

Item #: 192729

Alumni Reunion

Item #: 192730

Anatomy of a Symphony Orchestra

Item #: 192731

Bach Transmogrified

Item #: 192732

Charles Ives—American Pioneer

Item #: 192733

Fantastic Variations

Item #: 192734

Farewell to Nationalism

Item #: 192735

Forever Beethoven

Item #: 192736

Holst—The Planets

Item #: 192737

Liszt and the Devil

Item #: 192738

Overtures and Preludes

Item #: 192739

Salute to Aaron Copland

Item #: 192740

The Genius of Paul Hindemith

Item #: 192741

The Road to Paris

Item #: 192742

The Sounds of a Hall

Item #: 192743

Thus Spoke Richard Strauss

Item #: 192744

Unusual Instruments

Item #: 192745

Young Performers Vol. 1

Item #: 192746

Young Performers Vol. 2

Item #: 192747

Young Performers Vol. 3

Item #: 192748

Young Performers Vol. 4

Item #: 192749

Young Performers Vol. 5

Item #: 192750

Young Performers Vol. 6

Item #: 192751

Young Performers Vol. 7

Item #: 192752

Young Performers Vol. 8

Item #: 192753

Young Performers Vol. 9

Item #: 192754

Segments in this Video

Young People's Concerts (00:00)

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Awarded three Emmys and hailed as “a rare moment in the symbiosis of the arts and broadcasting,” Leonard Bernstein’s Young People’s Concerts left their mark on television history. Hosted by Leonard Bernstein, and with the New York Philharmonic and guest artists providing the live music, these programs brought musical concepts and music history to life for generations of viewers. Balancing scholarship and showmanship, Bernstein brings the full range of his magnetic personality to play in these programs.

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Awarded three Emmys and hailed as “a rare moment in the symbiosis of the arts and broadcasting,” Leonard Bernstein’s Young People’s Concerts left their mark on television history. Hosted by Leonard Bernstein, and with the New York Philharmonic and guest artists providing the live music, these programs brought musical concepts and music history to life for generations of viewers. Balancing scholarship and showmanship, Bernstein brings the full range of his magnetic personality to play in these programs.

Length: 1485 minutes

Item#: BVL192727

Copyright date: ©1972

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