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Musicians On Leonard Bernstein’s Philharmonic Legacy
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Musicians On Leonard Bernstein’s Philharmonic Legacy

What I remember most about the Young People’s Concerts was not necessarily what the Orchestra was playing, although I vividly remember “The Planets,” Holst’s “The Planets.” But what I remember most is Leonard Bernstein’s voice, and his passion, and how

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FMA with musician Helmut Fuchs
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FMA with musician Helmut Fuchs

Morning. I think they’re stalking me. Morning. Right there. You must sign yourself in here so that the orchestra management know that everybody turned up. This is the warm up room. It’s where we always warm up before the show.

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Pencils for All Musicians
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Pencils for All Musicians

[Music] the lack of pencils in rehearsal is too big of a problem to ignore in our school alone more than 1 billion musicians lack the necessary means to have a pencil and billion 1 billion that doesn’t see a

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8 Levels of How Musicians Count (Noob to Pro)
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8 Levels of How Musicians Count (Noob to Pro)

Wait a second. Something’s not right! I started counting once I stopped playing. Why does something feel wrong? Ugh… That’s it! I started counting my 1 the moment I stopped playing as it makes musical sense. The end of the

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