Bernstein in Japan: Schumann No.1 / Shostakovich No.5
Legendary American composer, pianist and conductor Leonard Bernstein leads the New York Philharmonic as they perform two classic pieces in this splendid 1979 concert from Tokyo. Robert Schumann's first symphonic work, also known as the "Spring Symphony," established his reputation, while Dmitri Shostakovich's Fifth Symphony revitalized the Russian composer's career and remains one of his most popular works.
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