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Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, 1939

Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, 1939

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excerpt: "Will you listen in to the broadcasts and tell me what's wrong with them?/Benjamin Britten arrives to-night!"
From: Correspondence Series





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