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Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Helen Coates, October 3, 1953

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Helen Coates, October 3, 1953

 
 
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excerpt: "[Paris is] a glorious city: and really, I must conduct there one day...Israel is like coming home again...I am to dedicate the Ein-Gev auditorium with a concert on the 13th...I've been considering the idea of another tour next summer instead of Tanglewood..."
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