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Letter from Serge Koussevitzky to Aubrey Williams, August 18, 1941

Letter from Serge Koussevitzky to Aubrey Williams, August 18, 1941

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excerpt: "May I bring to your attention the name of Leonard Bernstein, one of the most gifted students of my conducting class at the Berkshire Music Center?"
From: Correspondence Series

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1941
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