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Bernstein, Leonard

Line breaks: Leon|ard Bern|stein
Pronunciation: /ˈbəːnstiːn
, -stʌɪn/

Definition of Bernstein, Leonard in English:

( 1918–90), American composer, conductor, and pianist. Notable works: Candide (operetta, 1954-6), West Side Story (musical, 1957), Chichester Psalms (1965), and film music for On the Waterfront (1954).

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