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Young People's Concerts (Softcover): 1 (Amadeus) [Kindle Edition]

Leonard Bernstein
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  • Sprache: Englisch
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(Amadeus). On January 18, 1958, the Columbia Broadcasting Corporation aired the first of Leonard Bernstein's 53 Young People's Concerts with the New York Philharmonic. So successful were these performance lessons that they ran for over a decade on television. This book brings back into print a classic collection of the best of the best of these Emmy and Peabody Award-winning lectures. A total of 15 lectures are presented here in full. Here is the century's most unique musician and teacher, explaining beautifully and clearly the joy of music in a way that grasps the attention of all. Every aspect of music is so cleverly presented that everyone, regardless of age, culture, or educational background, will enjoy and understand it.

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So successful were Bernstein's "Young People's Concerts" broadcasts, that they ran on TV for more than a decade, were dubbed into more than a dozen languages, and syndicated in over forty countries. This book brings back into print a classic collection of fifteen of the best of those lectures, presented in full, including: What Does Music Mean? What Is Classical Music? Humour in Music; What Is a Concerto? What Is Melody? A Tribute to Sibelius; Berlioz Takes a Trip; and eight other classics.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Ein Traum! 3. Januar 2010
Von Perlmutt
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Kenne kein Buch, das sich fundiert und sympathisch an Kunst-, bzw. Klassische Musik heranführt.
Allein das Kapitel `'Was ist klassische Musik' lohnt den Kauf allemal.
Schade, daß man die Fernsehsendungen, auf denen dieses Buch beruht, nicht auf DVD zu kaufen sind.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Kultur pur! 1. Februar 2011
Format:Taschenbuch
Das Buch ist gut, die Filme sind besser und leider gibt es die nicht bei Amazon, sondern nur bei JPC und zwar für 109,- Euro.
Eine überaus lohnende Anschaffung, denn es lohnt sich nicht nur das damalige Publikum mit dem heutigen zu vergleichen, es ist ein Gedicht, Herrn Bernstein beim Dirigieren oder Musizieren zuzuschauen und von unschätzbarem Vorteil die Musikbeispiele eben doch zu hören und nicht nur auf Papier vor sich zu sehen.

Ein Kunst- und Erkenntnisgenuß allerhöchsten Ranges und eine Affenschande, daß bislang niemand in Deutschland so ein Werk auf die Beine gestellt hat.
Klassische Musik ist eben komplexer und das Problem, daß die meisten Leute heute nur Pop, Rock, Hip-Hop oder (horribile dictu) diesen RAP - Dreck hören, liegt sicherlich an der eines ehemaligen Kulturvolkes (ich meine das deutsche, das vornehmlich mit Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Wagner, Mahler, Strauß (R.), um nur die Wichtigsten zu nennen, Weltmaßstäbe gesetzt hat, an denen kein anderes Volk vorbeikommt) unwürdigen Nicht-Vermittlung derselben.

Aber kaufen Sie sich diese Filme, für sich allein oder für die ganze Familie, Sie werden es niemals bereuen.
Und fürchten Sie sich nicht davor, daß es keine Untertitel gibt, zum einen ist L. Bernstein gut zu verstehen und zum anderen kann man ja zur Not das Buch neben den Fernseher legen.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A gift to Music 26. März 2000
Von Geoffrey Shields - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The series "Young People's Concert", produced and presented by Leonard Bernstein is a great gift to to music itself, and to the world. Here is the Century's most Unique Musician and Teacher, explaining so beautifully and so clearly the joy of music in a way that grasps the attention of all. Every aspect of music is so cleverly presented that everyone, regardless of age, culture or educational background will enjoy and understand. There can be no better way to present music to the world. This video is a MUST see for all families, and it's amazing that EVERY school does not present these gems to all their students.-- Young people would be much better for seeing this. Really, this is great viewing for all the family. A MUST SEE.OVER & OVER AGAIN.
Geoffrey Shields. Kingston, Jamaica (W I).
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5.0 von 5 Sternen must see 5. Mai 1999
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Just this April I discovered Leonard Bernstein's Young People Concerts. Mr. Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic did a series of television shows over a period of eleven years for CBS. These television shows were designed to teach his audience basic information that will increase their understanding about classical music and their listening enjoyment. He is successful. These are excellent videos. You will enjoy the lessons, the music, and the fun. They should be watched over and over.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen LEONARD BERNSTEINS YOUNG PEOPLES CONCERTS WITH THE N.Y. PHIL 20. Februar 2003
Von LEONARD BERNSTEIN SOCIETY - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Take a front-row seat to see Maestro Bernstein, America's foremost musician, perform in his favorite role -- teacher. Watch and listen as he demonstrates, explains, and reveals music as you have never heard it before, performed by his beloved orchestra, the New York Philharmonic. As you enjoy the experience, you will gain something precious: a love and understanding of great music. With the Young People's Concerts, mastering music is all pleasure!

The World's Great Music -- Made Understandable and Enjoyable
Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts span fifteen years during which the incomparable Mr. Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic -- the century's most charismatic conductor leading America's premier symphony orchestra -- reached out in televised live performances to share with the whole world the joy of understanding beautiful music.

Getting to Know Symphonic Music -- From the Master Conductor! This set of Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts is a genuine musical education in a form that's fun, fascinating, and easy. Just sit back and enjoy as Maestro Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic show you the thrilling, passion-filled world of the symphony orchestra. You'll be having such a good time, the learning will feel like pure entertainment!

Something for Everyone -- Young and Old, Novice and Expert Leonard Bernstein captivated a diverse audience. The programs are called Young People's Concerts -- but when they were broadcast, millions of adults enjoyed and benefited from them, too. Mr. Bernstein speaks in familiar terms that anyone can understand -- and what he says intrigues even seasoned professional musicians.

In the world of music, for sheer education and entertainment value, there has never been anything comparable to Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts. They are, quite simply, the musical event of a lifetime.

"The Young People's Concerts are among my favorite, most highly prized activities of my life." -- Leonard Bernstein

Each Young People's Concert is an elegant, sparkling musical event-with-a-message -- a message that speaks to people of all ages who want to hear and understand music more enjoyably than ever before.

A Maestro With a Mission Pianist, composer, conductor, lecturer, author -- the world-famous Leonard Bernstein lived and breathed music his entire life because he truly loved it. He was also aware that "highbrow" music could be intimidating. So the Maestro made it his lifetime mission to turn great music into something everyone could understand and enjoy.

That's why the Young People's Concerts, aired on the CBS Television Network from 1958 to 1973, were so fabulously successful year after year. People packed the live performances at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. Across America, families eagerly tuned in to watch every exciting new program. Around the world, television stations rushed to rebroadcast these unique musical events, translating them into a dozen foreign languages.

Maestro Bernstein's Young People's Concerts were a treasure -- a key that unlocked the door to the secrets of the world's great symphonic music. People watched... listened... enjoyed... understood... and simply couldn't get enough of the Young People's Concerts. There had been nothing like them before. There has been nothing like them since.

For You, Whatever Your Age or Musical Ability Most amazing of all, Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts appeal to people of all ages and at every level of musical ability. There is nothing difficult about these musical events. You don't need any musical experience. Every concept is simple, concrete, immediate. The Maestro describes a musical idea -- then sings it, plays a few bars on the piano, or lifts his baton to lead the New York Philharmonic through a glorious symphonic rendition of the theme. Suddenly, you hear great music as you never heard it before. You pick out melody, counterpoint, rhythm, structure -- and you grasp complex music in a way you never thought possible.

Explaining What Music Means Starting with What Does Music Mean?, Mr. Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic present one spellbinding concert-with-commentary after another, showing you step by step what makes symphonic music an art form, and why great performances draw thunderous applause from audiences around the world.

Music's Most Exciting Moments

A world of beauty and meaning awaits you in Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts. These digitally remastered recordings of the original televised performances provide you with a deluxe guided tour of great music, led by America's best-loved music teacher. The Young People's Concerts let you experience the most exciting and entertaining moments in American musical history.

You will find the Young People's Concerts delightful -- relaxed and informal, yet absolutely authoritative. And whatever your level of musical knowledge -- novice, student, or professional -- you are certain to learn and benefit from these timeless musical events.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The next best thing to a college course 18. März 2006
Von D. Donovan, Editor/Sr. Reviewer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
YOUNG PEOPLE'S CONCERTS by Bernstein was based on his televised lectures with the New York Philharmonic, written in response to the shows' popularity. This book gathers fifteen of the best of these fifty-three transcripts, providing lectures which capture the meaning and joy of music for young audiences. From identifying the basic elements which comprise classical music to showing how musicians slip humor into music and how folk music works in the concert hall, Bernstein's YOUNG PEOPLE'S CONCERTS is the next best thing to a college course - and the concerts come on DVD elsewhere if musical augmentation is required.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen An easy to understand perspective of all forms and categories of music 4. April 2006
Von Midwest Book Review - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Young People's Concerts by composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein is an outstanding and much-appreciated reprint of the author's definitive description of his inspirational appreciation and joy for music. Presented in an expansive and highly descriptive context, Young People's Concerts offers an easy to understand perspective of all forms and categories of music, instilling a similar construct into the readers enjoyment of diverse musical traditions and presentations. Very strongly recommended as informed and informative read, Young People's Concerts is the perfect addition to every personal, academic, and community library music appreciation reference collection and reading list.
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