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Leonard Bernstein - Leonard Bernstein At Harvard - The Norton Lectures 1973: "The Unanswered Question" Vol.3 "Musical Semantics" Album

Leonard Bernstein - Leonard Bernstein At Harvard - The Norton Lectures 1973: "The Unanswered Question" Vol.3 "Musical Semantics" Album
Leonard Bernstein At Harvard - The Norton Lectures 1973: "The Unanswered Question" Vol.3 "Musical Semantics"
Leonard Bernstein
Education, Free Improvisation, Classical, Spoken Word
M3X 33020
MP3 album size:
1245 mb
FLAC album size:
1037 mb
Columbia Masterworks


1 Beethoven: Symphony No. 6 In G Major, Op. 68 ("Pastoral") (Beginning)
2Musical Semantics (Part 2)23:46
3Andante Molto Mosso13:40
4Musical Semantics (Part 4)23:09
5Allegro Ma Non Troppo11:05
6Allegro (Part 1)
7 Beethoven: Symphony No. 6 In F Major, Op. 68 ("Pastoral") (Conclusion)
8Allegro (Part 2)
9Musical Semantics (Part 1)23:02
10Musical Semantics (Part 3)20:04
11Allegretto (Part 3)19:30


  • ConductorLeonard Bernstein (tracks: Side E and F)
  • Music ByNew York Philharmonic
  • NarratorLeonard Bernstein
  • PianoLeonard Bernstein


During October-November 1973, at Harvard University, Leonard Bernstein delivered a series of Six lectures as Norton Professor of poetry.
The Norton lectures were stablished in 1925 to honor Charles Eliot Norton, professor of the history at Harvard, and the word "Poetry" was then defined in its broadest sense to include Music.

CBS Records made the entire series available to the general public. Each lecture was recorded, complete with Mr. Bernstein's illustrations at the Piano and with its requisite Orchestral examples.


  • Matrix / Runout (Sise A): MAL-33021-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Sise B): MAL-33022-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Sise C): MAL-33023-1D
  • Matrix / Runout (Sise D): MBL-33023-1B
  • Matrix / Runout (Sise E): XXSM-75959-3B
  • Matrix / Runout (Sise F): XXSM-75960-3A


The Unanswered Question 1973 4 The Delights & Dangers of Ambiguity Bernstein Norton - Продолжительность. The Unanswered Question 1973 6 The Poetry 1972, the composer Leonard Bernstein returned to Harvard, his alma mater, to serve as the Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry, with Poetry being defined in the broadest sense. The position, first created in 1925, asks faculty members to live on campus, advise students, and most importantly, deliver a series of six public lectures. Delivered in the fall of 1973 and collectively titled The Unanswered Question, Bernstein's lectures covered a lot of terrain, touching on poetry, linguistics, philosophy and physics. But the focus inevitably comes back to music - to how music works, or to the underlying grammar of music. Lecture 3: Musical Semantics. The Unanswered Question is a lecture series given by Leonard Bernstein in the fall of 1973. This series of six lectures was a component of Bernstein's duties as the Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry for the 197273 academic year at Harvard University, and is therefore often referred to as the Norton Lectures. The lectures were both recorded on video and printed as a book, titled The Unanswered Question: Six Talks at Harvard. Leonard Bernstein. About Leonard Bernstein. Start your music shopping from All About Jazz and you'll support us in the process. Learn how. When I Come Across. Tomasz Dąbrowski FREE4ARTS. A Kenton Trilogy, Part 2, The Sound of Jazz. Stan Kenton. Quartet New Haven 2014. Eine sechsteilige Vortragsreihe von Leonard Bernstein in Harvard 1973 in englischer Sprache. Part 1: Musical Phonology Part 2: Musical Syntax Part 3: Musical Semantics Part 4: The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity Part 5: The Twentieth Century Crisis Part 6: The Poetry of Earth Musikbeispiele: Mozart: Symphonie Nr. 40 g-moll KV 550 Beethoven: Symphonie Nr. 6 Pastorale Berlioz: Romeo et Juliette op. 17 Wagner: Vorspiel & Liebestod aus Tristan und Isolde Debussy: Prelude a l'apres-midi d'un faune Ravel: Feria aus Rhapsodie espagnole Ives: The unanswered Question. Leonard Bernstein examines music from every age and place in the search for a worldwide, innate musical grammar. Folk music, pop songs, symphonies, tonal, atonal, well-tempered and ill-tempered works find a place in these discussions. All of them, Mr. Bernstein suggests, are grounded in a universal musical language. Written and delivered in 1973 when Leonard Bernstein was Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry at Harvard University, with performances by Mr. Bernstein, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and the Vienna Philharmonic. 780 minutes. Leonard Bernstein - The Harvard Lectures 2018 - скачать в Mp3 или слушать онлайн. Список песен. Скачать каждую отдельно, рейтинг. Leonard Bernstein at Harvard. 3, Musical Semantics: The other day. Spoken Word. Album 2018 312 Songs. III - Musical Semantics: The First Would Show Us One Meaning. III - Musical Semantics: Think of this Famous Passage. III - Musical Semantics: But What of the More Obvious Melodic Material. III - Musical Semantics: But to Develop How. Leonard Bernstein Grammar And Punctuation Classical Music Music Stuff Music Publishing Music Artists Musicals This Or That Questions Reading. More information. The Onion Pi Tor Proxy is a weekend project that uses the Raspberry Pi microcomputer, along with a USB WiFi adapter and Ethernet cable to create a small, low-power and portable privacy Pi