Marin Alsop Conducts Chicago Symphony Orchestra in Leonard Bernstein's 'Great Performances'

The Kaddish-containing third symphony by Leonard Bernstein was almost done when President John F.

Kennedy was slain.Bernstein was orchestrating the Symphony's

 the dedication: 'To the treasured memory of John F. Kennedy,' "The music begins with a note. 

Bernstein led Mahler's "Resurrection" Symphony at a nationally broadcast tribute the next day. 

 to compose music more deeply, more artistically, more devotedly, than ever before." 

He spoke several days later, saying, "This will be our solution to violence

Bernstein led Mahler's "Resurrection" Symphony at a nationally broadcast tribute the next day. 

Kennedy was slain.Bernstein was orchestrating the Symphony's

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