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Leonard Bernstein's Mass : opera insights / with Bret McCandless, PhD candidate in musicology, Jacobs School of Music.
Date
2019
Main contributor
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Contributors
McCandless, Bret; Resur, Cyrus; Tadey, Anthony; Indiana University Opera Theater
Publisher
Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
Genre
Lectures.
Subjects
Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990. Mass.; Opera; Masses; Liturgical dramas; Music; History and criticism; Lectures and lecturing
Collection
Cook Music Library, Jacobs School of Music Performances
Unit
Music Library
Language
English
Physical Description
1 online resource (streaming video files) : digital
Notes

Title from program.

Creation/Production Credits

Cyrus Resur, Anthony Tadey, production.

Language Note

Lecture in English.

Performers

Bret McCandless, lecturer.

Statement of Responsibility

with Bret McCandless, PhD candidate in musicology, Jacobs School of Music.

Contents

A 100-year celebration of Leonard Bernstein's career (1:49) -- The commissioning and creation of Bernstein's Mass (2:55) -- Bernstein's take on a Roman Catholic tradition (4:06) -- Bernstein's Mass as a reflection of its time (9:23) -- The music of Bernstein's Mass (6:38) -- The work's reception and legacy (2:00).

Venue/Event Date

Recorded: 2019 April 8, M361, Simon Music Library and Recital Center, Indiana University, Bloomington.

Other Identifiers
Catalog Key: 17510762; OCLC: ocn1099574524; OCLC: 1099574524