Leonard Bernstein and Louis Armstrong – music without boundaries

Michael McManus
Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Bernstein and Armstrong trampled over musical boundaries – and so should our orchestras and opera companies

Louis Armstrong (left) and Leonard Bernstein (right)
Louis Armstrong (left) and Leonard Bernstein (right)

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