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Leonard Bernstein

Bernstein, Leonard (1918–1990), U.S. conductor and composer, best known for his musical West Side Story (1957). He rose to fame as conductor of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra (1958–69). His varied works include the symphony The Age of Anxiety (1949), the musical On The Town (1944), and The Mass (1971).

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