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#6513: LEONARD BERNSTEIN AT HARVARD
1976-01-11, WOR, 120 min.
Leonard Bernstein, The Boston Symphony Orchestra, Vienna Philharmonic

Debut: The first three of six originally aired concerts featuring Leonard Bernstein with some of the world's top orchestras. Conductor Leonard Bernstein delivers a series of six lectures on music theory. The talks, originally given at Harvard in 1973, are punctuated with performances by Bernstein, the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Vienna Philharmonic. In the first program, the maestro examines the origins and development of musical sound, and discusses various scale systems.
#6514: LEONARD BERNSTEIN AT HARVARD
1976-01-18, WNET, 120 min.
Leonard Bernstein, The Boston Symphony Orchestra

The second of six originally aired concerts featuring Leonard Bernstein with some of the world's top orchestras. Models from the rules of grammar are used by conductor Leonard Bernstein to explain the structure of music. Comparing melodies to nouns, chords to adjectives and rhythm to verbs, he demonstrates, with the aid of excerpts from Wagner, how a simple melody can be transformed into a complex musical statement.
[An animated film based on Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde," as performed by Bernstein and the Boston Symphony, follows the lecture.]             
#6514A: LEONARD BERNSTEIN AT HARVARD
1976-01-25, WNET, 120 min.
Leonard Bernstein, The Boston Symphony Orchestra

The third of six originally aired concerts featuring Leonard Bernstein with some of the world's top orchestras. The Boston Symphony performs Beethoven's Sixth Symphony ("Pastoral") to illustrate the lecture topic "Musical Semantics." Leonard Bernstein is the conductor-lecturer.                          
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