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In 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. The lectures run over 11 hours. You can watch the first lecture (on Musical Phonology) above, and find the remaining five lectures below. The lectures can also be purchased as DVDs or in book format. Lecture 2: Musical Syntax. Lecture 3: Musical Semantics.

The Unanswered Question (Six Talks at Harvard). Lecture 1: Musical Phonology. From the Charles Eliot Norton Lectures, presented with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. This lecture was broadcast on 11 January 1976 on PBS. Original lectures took place in 1973. Excerpt: The Harmonic Series. LEONARD BERNSTEIN: What we're trying for is a high overview of musical development in terms of a vocabulary constantly being enriched by more and more remote and chromatic overtones.

Always absorbing and frequently brilliant, Leonard Bernstein's The Unanswered Question is a very lucid and convincing discussion of music's history and forms, with particular emphasis on modern music. It addresses the average intelligent listener who is not musically trained but wants to know what makes music work-what is meant, for example, by "tonal" and "atonal. The talks are, in fact, performances. Includes six lectures: Musical Phonology, Musical Syntax, Musical Semantics, The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, The Twentieth Century Crisis, The Poetry of Earth. Actors: Leonard Bernstein.

Complete performances by Leonard Bernstein conducting the NY Philharmonic included - CD-2: .

Leonard Bernstein at Harvard, The Norton Lectures 1973: The Unanswered Question in six volumes on 13 CDs. CD 1-2: Volume 1 M2X 33014 Musical Phonology CD 3-4: Volume 2 M2X 33017 Musical Syntax CD 5-6: Volume 3 M3X 33020 Musical Semantics CD 7-8: Volume 4 M3X 33024 The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity CD 9-10: Volume 5 M3X 33028 The Twentieth Century Crisis CD. 11-13: Volume 6 M4X 33032 The Poetry of Earth. Delivered in the fall of 1973 and collectively titled "The. The Unanswered Question 1973 1 Musical Phonology Bernstein Norton. Play Mark completed. 01:36:33Leonard Bernstein+ Show Details.

Leonard Bernstein at Harvard, The Norton Lectures 1973: "The Unanswered Question". in six volumes on 13 CDs. DISC 1-2: Volume 1 M2X 33014 "Musical Phonology

The Unanswered Question - Six Talks at Harvard by Leonard Bernstein. 20 January 2012 - 5:20pm. Submitted by root admin. Ever the chameleon, Leonard Bernstein - pianist, composer, conductor, Broadway hero - turned academic in 1972-3 when he took up the prestigious Charles Eliot Norton visiting chair at Harvard. In the first three lectures Bernstein presents his concepts of musical phonology (units of material), syntax (structure) and semantics (meaning).

Tracklist

A Musical Phonology (Part 1) 22:49
B Musical Phonology (Part 2) 22:59
C Musical Phonology (Part 3) 23:35
Mozart: Symphony No. 40 In G Minor, K 550: New York Philharmonic
D1 Allegro Molto 8:18
D2 Andante 8:31
D3 Menuetto: Allegretto 4:36
D4 Finale: Allegro Assai 6:08

Credits

  • Conductor – Leonard Bernstein (tracks: Side D)
  • Music By – New York Philharmonic* (tracks: Side D)
  • Narrator – Leonard Bernstein
  • Piano – Leonard Bernstein

Notes

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.

"Leonard Bernstein Argues For Worldwide Musical Grammar"
Reprinted, by permission, from the Harvard University Gazette.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MAL-33015-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MAL-33016-1B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): MBL-33016-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): XXSM118681-4C

Leonard Bernstein - Leonard Bernstein At Harvard - The Norton Lectures 1973: "The Unanswered Question" Vol.1 "Musical Phonology" FLAC album

Performer: Leonard Bernstein

Title: Leonard Bernstein At Harvard - The Norton Lectures 1973: "The Unanswered Question" Vol.1 "Musical Phonology"

Date of release: 1974

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Genre: Jazz / Not music / Classical

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