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American Icons: Leonard Bernstein's ‘Young People's Concerts’

How Leonard Bernstein introduced classical music to kids.

American Icons: Leonard Bernstein's ‘Young People's Concerts’

American Icons: Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts

American Icons: Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts

The Steadicam Story

The Steadicam Story
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Frank Stella's Blues

Frank Stella's Blues
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West Side Story, 1957

West Side Story, 1957
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Remembering Rosenman

Composer Leonard Rosenman passed away earlier this year but his scores for films like "East of Eden," "Fantastic Voyage," and "Rebel Without a Cause" live on. Produced by Sara Fishko.

Remembering Rosenman
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Remembering Bernstein

This fall New York is celebrating what would've been Leonard Bernstein's 90th birthday. As conductor of the New York Philharmonic, he changed the way audiences understood classical music. Five musicians from the Philharmonic remember playing under Bernstein's baton. Produced by WNYC's Sara Fishko.

Remembering Bernstein
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Van in the USSR

Fifty years ago, a pianist from Texas named Van Cliburn won the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. It was the height of the Cold War and when he returned to the States, he was honored with a ticker tape parade down Broadway's ?Canyon of Heroes.? Produced by WNYC's Sara Fishko.

Van in the USSR

William Bolcom

William Bolcom

American Icons: The Tramp

American Icons: The Tramp