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Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990

LC control no.n 50007704
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationML410.B566 Biography
Personal name headingBernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990
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Variant(s)Amber, Lenny, 1918-1990
Bānsutain, Renādo, 1918-1990
Bernshṭain, Leʼonard, 1918-1990
Bernshtėĭn, Leanard, 1918-1990
Bernstaĭn, Leonard, 1918-1990
Bernstain, Leonarnt, 1918-1990
Bernstayn, Leonard, 1918-1990
Bernstein, L. (Leonard), 1918-1990
Bernstein, Lenny, 1918-1990
Bernstein, Leonardus, 1918-1990
Bernstein, Louis, 1918-1990
Bernsteins, Leonards, 1918-1990
Boensitan, Lunnade, 1918-1990
Bŭrnsteĭn, Lenard, 1918-1990
Striboneen, Randel, 1918-1990
Μπερνστάιν, Λέοναρντ, 1918-1990
Бърнстейн, Ленард, 1918-1990
Бернстайн, Леонард, 1918-1990
Бернштэйн, Леанард, 1918-1990
ברנשטיין, ליאונרד, 1918-1990
バーンスタイン, レナード, 1918-1990
レナード・バーンスタイン, 1918-1990
伦纳德·伯恩斯坦, 1918-1990
伯恩斯坦, 伦纳德, 1918-1990
Other standard no.71577114
Associated countryUnited States
Birth date1918-08-25
Death date1990-10-14
Place of birthLawrence (Mass.)
Place of deathManhattan (New York, N.Y.)
New York (N.Y.)
Field of activityComposition (Music)
Art music
AffiliationHarvard University
Curtis Institute of Music
New York Philharmonic
Profession or occupationComposers
Conductors (Music)
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Found inHis Sonata for clarinet and piano, c1943.
Baker, 6th ed. (Bernstein, Leonard; b. 8-25-1918; pseud.: Lenny Amber)
Haydn, J. Messa si bemolʹ mazhor, Hob. XXII no. 14 [SR] 1978?: label (Leonard Bernstaĭn, conductor)
Washington post, 10-15-90: p. 1 (Leonard Bernstein; d. New York, 10-14-90)
Jewish holiday dances [SR] 1947?: labels (L. Bernstein) container (Leonard Bernstein)
Bernstein, L. To Lenny with love [SR] 1991?: label (Lenny; Leonard Bernstein)
Official Leonard Bernstein web site, Feb. 8, 2006 about Bernstein (Aug. 25, 1918-Oct. 14, 1990)
Leonard Bernstein biography, via Encyclopedia of world biography website, Mar. 6, 2012 (Born: August 25, 1918, Lawrence, Massachusetts. Died: October 14, 1990, New York, New York; American composer, conductor, and pianist; born Louis Bernstein to Russian-Jewish immigrants; in 1958, he became music director of the New York Philharmonic)
Wikipedia, Mar. 6, 2012 (b. Louis Bernstein, Aug. 25, 1918 in Lawrence, Mass.; B.A., Harvard University, Music, 1939; Curtis Institute of Music; d. Oct. 14, 1990 in New York)
The New York times, via WWW, Mar. 6, 2012 (died in Manhattan, N.Y.; a high-profile figure in symphonic music, Broadway musicals, the ballet, films and television)
Bernstein, L. Leonard Bernstein, a portrait [SR] p1991: insert (Randel Striboneen as the Coney Island Barker)
Mordeen, E. Beautiful mornin', 1999: p. 131 (Bernstein billed anagramatically as "Randel Striboneen," taking the role of Coney Island's Rajah Bimmey)
Web NDL authorities, viewed July 7, 2017 (Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990; variant: バーンスタイン, レナード = Bānsutain, Renādo)
Wikipedia, July 7, 2017: Belarusian page (Леанард Бернштэйн = Leanard Bernshtėĭn) Bulgarian page (Ленард Бърнстейн = Lenard Bŭrnsteĭn) Greek page (Λέοναρντ Μπερνστάιν = Leonarnt Bernstain) Hebrew page (ליאונרד ברנשטיין = Leʼonard Bernshṭain) Latin page (Leonardus Bernstein) Latvian page (Leonards Bernsteins) Japanese page (レナード・バーンスタイン = Renādo Bānsutain) Uzbek page (Bernstayn Leonard [in roman]) Russian page (Бернстайн, Леонард = Bernstaĭn, Leonard) Ukrainian page (Леонард Бернстайн = Leonard Bernstaĭn) Chinese page (伦纳德·伯恩斯坦 = Lunnade Boensitan)
Associated languageeng
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