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Nov. 18 2016

11-19-16 Music In Maryland…Lenny in The Old Line State.

By Jonathan Palevsky | Posted in Host Blogs, Music In Maryland | No Comments

As you can see Leonard Bernstein made his debut on November 14, 1943.  I thought it might be nice to celebrate the occasion with some of the Baltimore Symphony’s fine Bernstein recordings with conductors David Zinman and Marin Alsop.

Here’s our program!

Play Report

PLAY DATE: Sat, 11/19/2016
6:00 PM 681
Leonard Bernstein Candide Overture London 452916
COND David Zinman David ZIHN mihn
ORCH Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
4:19 C 1 1-1
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6:05 PM 2338
Robert Schumann Manfred Overture Op 115 NYPO 1
COND Leonard Bernstein Leonard BURN stine
ORCH New York Philharmonic
11:19 C 1 3-3
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6:18 PM 11372
Leonard Bernstein Fancy Free Ballet London 452916
COND David Zinman David ZIHN mihn
ORCH Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
27:47 C 1 12-20
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6:47 PM 3874
Leonard Bernstein West Side Story: Symphonic Dances London 452916
COND David Zinman David ZIHN mihn
ORCH Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
22:17 C 1 2-10
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7:11 PM 11633
Leonard Bernstein Symphony No. 3 (“Kaddish”) Naxos 559742
COND Marin Alsop
ORCH Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
SOLO Claire Bloom,narrator
SOLO Kelley Nassief, soprano
SOLO and Chorus
42:32 C 1 7-14
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Jonathan is WBJC's Program Director and host of many WBJC programs. His full bio can be read here.

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