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1 1 First of all... Leonard Bernstein 2:00
1 2 Perhaps the principal thing... Leonard Bernstein 1:39
1 3 Let me start... Leonard Bernstein
1 4 This is not just a sentimental anecdote... Leonard Bernstein 1:52
1 5 From this time... Leonard Bernstein 2:29
1 6 But how do we investigate... Leonard Bernstein 2:51
1 7 Now you can see... Leonard Bernstein 1:28
1 8 Universality is a big word... Leonard Bernstein 2:31
1 9 Other linguists... Leonard Bernstein 2:46
1 10 I began by imagining myself... Leonard Bernstein 2:12
1 11 Well, then I thought... Leonard Bernstein 2:06
1 12 Let's make a simple analogy... Leonard Bernstein 2:03
1 13 Maybe even a divine one... Leonard Bernstein 1:32
1 14 But where do these notes come from... Leonard Bernstein 2:22
1 15 This acoustical phenomenon... Leonard Bernstein 2:08
1 16 All these upper notes... Leonard Bernstein 1:52
1 17 The first overtone... Leonard Bernstein 2:33
1 18 But more of that later... Leonard Bernstein 1:56
1 19 But let's not make the mistake... Leonard Bernstein 2:20
1 20 And that's how the tempered clavichord... Leonard Bernstein 2:12
1 21 Now this is a substantive universal... Leonard Bernstein 2:01
2 1 But let's be careful... Leonard Bernstein 1:43
2 2 And there is always that blue note... Leonard Bernstein 1:36
2 3 But even these twelve tones... Leonard Bernstein 1:50
2 4 I trust you realize... Leonard Bernstein 2:16
2 5 And again comes a great leap... Leonard Bernstein 2:31
2 6 Now this means... Leonard Bernstein 1:38
2 7 This is not to say that there were no drastic changes... Leonard Bernstein 2:28
2 8 But meanwhile we are still in the Golden Age... Leonard Bernstein 2:55
2 9 So, we're in the midst of a chromatic adventure... Leonard Bernstein 1:27
2 10 And all by those progressions... Leonard Bernstein 1:34
2 11 Now, I must point out... Leonard Bernstein 1:56
2 12 Do you realize... Leonard Bernstein 1:32
2 13 Symphony No. 40 In G Minor, K. 550: 1. Molto Allegro Mozart,Wolfgang Amadeus/Bernstein,Leonard 8:19
2 14 Symphony No. 40 In G Minor, K. 550: 2. Andante Mozart,Wolfgang Amadeus/Bernstein,Leonard 8:30
2 15 Symphony No. 40 In G Minor, K. 550: 3. Menuett: Allegretto - Trio Mozart,Wolfgang Amadeus/Bernstein,Leonard 4:37
2 16 Symphony No. 40 In G Minor, K. 550: 4. Allegro Assai Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart / Leonard BernsteinBernstein 6:09
3 1 Every once in a while... Leonard Bernstein 1:43
3 2 Last week... Leonard Bernstein 2:24
3 3 Amen, says Noam Chomsky... Leonard Bernstein 2:09
3 4 I suppose what Chomsky is really after... Leonard Bernstein 2:49
3 5 So, let's pull up our socks... Leonard Bernstein 1:36
3 6 All right, let's try another one... Leonard Bernstein 2:08
3 7 Why am I taking your time... Leonard Bernstein 2:11
3 8 Well then... Leonard Bernstein 1:47
3 9 I think it follows... Leonard Bernstein 1:52
3 10 But first, what are these principles... Leonard Bernstein 1:49
3 11 Transformational grammar... Leonard Bernstein 1:35
3 12 But now just think of that sentence... Leonard Bernstein 1:01
3 13 Since this is not a linguistics class... Leonard Bernstein 1:49
3 14 Take the passive transformation... Leonard Bernstein 1:50
3 15 Well, it hasn't brought us there... Leonard Bernstein 1:51
3 16 Good - now just as three notes are linked together... Leonard Bernstein 1:43
3 17 Now let's go back... Leonard Bernstein 1:48
3 18 Now we are ready... Leonard Bernstein 2:27
3 19 Now I want to take you... Leonard Bernstein 2:05
3 20 Well, transformation, deletion, embedding, pronominalization... Leonard Bernstein 1:48
3 21 I am sure I don't have to trouble... Leonard Bernstein 2:16
3 22 Here I go... Leonard Bernstein 1:30
3 23 I have asked myself... Leonard Bernstein 1:54
3 24 I became so fascinated... Leonard Bernstein 1:43
4 1 Let's take one such utterance... Leonard Bernstein 2:00
4 2 Now imagine... Leonard Bernstein 1:29
4 3 Now let's see... Leonard Bernstein 2:32
4 4 Mozart's G minor Symphony... Leonard Bernstein 1:21
4 5 Now our job is... Leonard Bernstein 2:26
4 6 That introductory accompaniment... Leonard Bernstein 1:26
4 7 What does this three-note design mean... Leonard Bernstein 1:55
4 8 The reason I pick symmetry... Leonard Bernstein 2:12
4 9 Now from here on... Leonard Bernstein 2:04
4 10 And once again, we are back... Leonard Bernstein 1:10
4 11 By far the chief transformational principle... Leonard Bernstein 1:42
4 12 You see, one of the great failings... Leonard Bernstein 1:57
4 13 Most people hearing Mozart's opening... Leonard Bernstein 1:45
4 14 So what, you ask... Leonard Bernstein 1:58
4 15 And if you are still not convinced... Leonard Bernstein 2:32
4 16 These ambiguities... Leonard Bernstein 1:20
4 17 For instance, in this same first movement... Leonard Bernstein 1:59
4 18 So all these syntactic transformations of the same material... Leonard Bernstein 1:14
4 19 He talks about this sonnet... Leonard Bernstein 1:54
4 20 Because now it's time... Leonard Bernstein 1:35
4 21 But now let's listen to... Leonard Bernstein 2:08
4 22 Listen to the whole exposition... Leonard Bernstein 2:02
4 23 Development coming up... Leonard Bernstein 2:07
4 24 The circle of fifths again... Leonard Bernstein 2:02
4 25 And that was all one single sentence... Leonard Bernstein 1:17
5 1 The other day... Leonard Bernstein 2:37
5 2 The first would show us one meaning... Leonard Bernstein 1:12
5 3 Think of this famous passage... Leonard Bernstein 2:22
5 4 A linguist would say... Leonard Bernstein 1:52
5 5 Well, I replied, Chomsky would say... Leonard Bernstein 2:05
5 6 Of course, that last metaphorical leap... Leonard Bernstein 1:50
5 7 Terrific, said my blonde inquisitor... Leonard Bernstein 1:44
5 8 In fact, when you think of the number... Leonard Bernstein 2:16
5 9 All right, first let's look briefly... Leonard Bernstein 2:41
5 10 Playing, that's the word... Leonard Bernstein 1:47
5 11 But does this Stravinskian game concept... Leonard Bernstein 2:31
5 12 There are three specific ways... Leonard Bernstein 2:02
5 13 Now, having defined my usages of metaphor... Leonard Bernstein 1:58
5 14 And here we are in trouble... Leonard Bernstein 1:05
5 15 Are we feeling what Beethoven supposedly felt... Leonard Bernstein 1:44
5 16 We will never know... Leonard Bernstein 2:22
5 17 Now, if we accept this general idea... Leonard Bernstein 1:40
5 18 In our last lecture... Leonard Bernstein 1:47
5 19 We all recognize antithesis... Leonard Bernstein 1:46
5 20 It can and it does... Leonard Bernstein 1:24
5 21 And again, as in the poem... Leonard Bernstein 2:13
5 22 In fact, it has been authoritatively suggested... Leonard Bernstein 2:46
5 23 We can expand the idea... Leonard Bernstein 2:51
5 24 What do you suppose... Leonard Bernstein 2:51
5 25 What's seriously striking... Leonard Bernstein 2:16
5 26 So why the Pastorale in this lecture... Leonard Bernstein 2:41
5 27 Let's begin at the beginning... Leonard Bernstein 1:40
5 28 But what of the more obvious melodic material... Leonard Bernstein 1:47
5 29 But to develop how... Leonard Bernstein 2:37
5 30 Now we have an insight... Leonard Bernstein 2:12
5 31 But wait... Leonard Bernstein 1:53
5 32 But why were just those two notes added... Leonard Bernstein 2:05
6 1 The metaphor arises... Leonard Bernstein 2:47
6 2 But in the ensuing four bars... Leonard Bernstein 2:10
6 3 But that's not the main event... Leonard Bernstein 2:04
6 4 Well, that's the beginning... Leonard Bernstein 1:58
6 5 That's one of the questions... Leonard Bernstein 1:59
6 6 This interference of the two frequencies... Leonard Bernstein 2:04
6 7 But what are we to say... Leonard Bernstein 1:40
6 8 It is to be found... Leonard Bernstein 1:38
6 9 Now that's one way of looking... Leonard Bernstein 2:02
6 10 At this point... Leonard Bernstein 1:36
6 11 Even if you can succeed... Leonard Bernstein 2:41
6 12 Symphony No. 6 In F Major, Op. 68 "Pastoral": 1. Erwachen Heiterer Empfindungen Bei Der Ankunft Auf Dem Lande (Allegro Ma Non Troppo) Ludwig Van Beethoven / Leonard Bernstein 11:07
6 13 Symphony No. 6 In F Major, Op. 68 "Pastoral": 2. Szene Am Bach (Andante Molto Moto) Ludwig Van Beethoven / Leonard Bernstein 13:41
6 14 Symphony No. 6 In F Major, Op. 68 "Pastoral": 3. Lustiges Zusammensein Der Landleute (Allegro) Ludwig Van Beethoven / Leonard Bernstein 5:27
6 15 Symphony No. 6 In F Major, Op. 68 "Pastoral": 4. Gewitter, Sturm (Allegro) Ludwig Van Beethoven / Leonard Bernstein 3:42
6 16 Symphony No. 6 In F Major, Op. 68 "Pastoral": 5. Hirtengesang: Frohe Und Dankbare Gefühle Nach Dem Sturm (Allegretto) Ludwig Van Beethoven / Leonard Bernstein 10:15
7 1 When I first wrote down the title... Leonard Bernstein 1:41
7 2 Part of the danger... Leonard Bernstein 2:02
7 3 The idea of ambiguity... Leonard Bernstein 1:32
7 4 Similarly, in our second lecture... Leonard Bernstein 2:05
7 5 Then what's the magic secret... Leonard Bernstein 2:52
7 6 Enough of ambiguity... Leonard Bernstein 1:51
7 7 The irony of all this... Leonard Bernstein 2:07
7 8 But, mind you... Leonard Bernstein 1:53
7 9 Where music was concerned... Leonard Bernstein 1:28
7 10 Only think of... Leonard Bernstein 1:57
7 11 And Chopin: well, we can't ignore Chopin... Leonard Bernstein 2:52
7 12 And then, in the same little mazurka... Leonard Bernstein 1:55
7 13 Foolish questions... Leonard Bernstein 1:33
7 14 Let me try to read you... Leonard Bernstein 1:55
7 15 Listen to this... Leonard Bernstein 1:45
7 16 They began to intermingle... Leonard Bernstein 1:29
7 17 The pivotal point... Leonard Bernstein 1:39
7 18 So there is a dramatic change... Leonard Bernstein 1:50
7 19 So it is after all not so surprising... Leonard Bernstein 2:30
7 20 Now if you noticed... Leonard Bernstein 1:40
7 21 You see, the music is trying hard... Leonard Bernstein 1:44
7 22 So that instant in musical time... Leonard Bernstein 1:33
7 23 Now Romeo is all stirred up... Leonard Bernstein 3:00
7 24 Romeo And Juliet, A Dramatic Symphony, Op. 17: 1. Roméo Seul: Tristesse - Bruits De Concerts Et De Bal - Grand Fête Chez Capulet: Andante Malinconico E Sostenuto Hector Berlioz / Leonard Bernstein 4:29
7 25 Romeo And Juliet, A Dramatic Symphony, Op. 17: 2. Allegro - Larghetto Espressivo Hector Berlioz / Leonard Bernstein 1:57
7 26 Romeo And Juliet, A Dramatic Symphony, Op. 17: 3. Allegro Hector Berlioz / Leonard Bernstein 2:21
7 27 Romeo And Juliet, A Dramatic Symphony, Op. 17: 4. Réunion Des Deux Thèmes, Du Larghetto Et De L'allegro Hector Berlioz / Leonard Bernstein 3:45
7 28 What a piece... Leonard Bernstein 2:30
7 29 Quite unconsciously borrowed... Leonard Bernstein 1:49
7 30 My purpose in all this... Leonard Bernstein 2:25
7 31 Is it, says Wagner... Leonard Bernstein 2:15
8 1 Every diminished seventh chord... Leonard Bernstein 1:23
8 2 Now the remarkable thing is... Leonard Bernstein 2:54
8 3 And this is what gives Tristan... Leonard Bernstein 2:53
8 4 Vorspiel - Liebestod Leonard Bernstein 19:04
8 5 That may be the slowest performance... Leonard Bernstein 2:25
8 6 But ultimately... Leonard Bernstein 1:37
8 7 Poetry has begun to show... Leonard Bernstein 1:41
8 8 And when Debussy... Leonard Bernstein 1:36
8 9 It's lovely, this dreaming... Leonard Bernstein 2:35
8 10 For example, do you remember... Leonard Bernstein 1:44
8 11 In fact, the ending of this piece... Leonard Bernstein 1:17
8 12 Let me show you briefly... Leonard Bernstein 2:07
8 13 This new episode that proceeds... Leonard Bernstein 1:23
8 14 For instance, hardly have we had time... Leonard Bernstein 2:29
8 15 Because the scale... Leonard Bernstein 1:53
8 16 It's almost exactly what happens... Leonard Bernstein 1:51
8 17 Literally translated... Leonard Bernstein 1:35
8 18 But notice, too, that the example... Leonard Bernstein 1:34
8 19 Both works have definitive beginnings... Leonard Bernstein 1:31
8 20 Listen as I pay... Leonard Bernstein 1:50
8 21 Prélude À L'après Midi D'un Faune (Vorspiel Zu Der Nachmittag Eines Faun) Claude Debussy / Leonard Bernstein 10:24
8 22 Some crazy modern music... Leonard Bernstein 1:03
9 1 Our lecture tonight... Leonard Bernstein
9 2 Rhapsodie Espagnole, M. 54: IV. Feria Leonard Bernstein 6:33
9 3 What a way to enter the twentieth century... Leonard Bernstein 1:38
9 4 But 1908, if the truth be told... Leonard Bernstein 1:27
9 5 These troubling presentiments... Leonard Bernstein 2:18
9 6 So, now in 1908... Leonard Bernstein 2:10
9 7 This is atonality... Leonard Bernstein 2:30
9 8 A charming idea... Leonard Bernstein
9 9 The unanswered Question Leonard Bernstein 5:23
9 10 Is that luminous final triad... Leonard Bernstein 2:16
9 11 I have recently been reading... Leonard Bernstein 1:59
9 12 We have already referred to some of those... Leonard Bernstein 3:01
9 13 In any case... Leonard Bernstein 1:57
9 14 But for all these reasons... Leonard Bernstein 2:46
9 15 Son of Tristan... Leonard Bernstein 2:30
9 16 Now you look at those first two bars... Leonard Bernstein 2:19
9 17 Of course, there are lots... Leonard Bernstein 1:56
9 18 It's as though a new covenant... Leonard Bernstein 1:39
9 19 Trouble is, that the new musical rules... Leonard Bernstein 2:22
9 20 The kind of tonal feeling... Leonard Bernstein 2:53
9 21 Of course, there are those who say... Leonard Bernstein 1:39
9 22 It seems somehow inevitable... Leonard Bernstein 2:17
9 23 Is there possibly the beginning... Leonard Bernstein 2:46
9 24 And what about Beethoven's Ninth... Leonard Bernstein 2:43
9 25 There are some of the problems... Leonard Bernstein 2:39
10 1 Now let's jump ahead... Leonard Bernstein 2:22
10 2 Let's put it another way... Leonard Bernstein 2:09
10 3 First of all, Berg chose a tone row... Leonard Bernstein 1:54
10 4 So, all in all... Leonard Bernstein
10 5 Konzert für Violine und Orchester (Auszug) Leonard Bernstein 2:23
10 6 Fantastic... Leonard Bernstein 2:49
10 7 It comes at a point... Leonard Bernstein 2:47
10 8 Violin Concerto: Ii. Allegro, Ma Sempre Rubato Leonard Bernstein 2:53
10 9 If this particularly demanding lecture... Leonard Bernstein 1:20
10 10 If you really have been thinking... Leonard Bernstein 2:13
10 11 But while restudying this work... Leonard Bernstein 2:20
10 12 The twentieth century... Leonard Bernstein 1:38
10 13 What do you do if you know all this... Leonard Bernstein 2:34
10 14 It's very strange, how the pieces... Leonard Bernstein 2:11
10 15 What exactly was this news... Leonard Bernstein 1:59
10 16 We emerge from a cinema... Leonard Bernstein 1:55
10 17 As you listen to this finale... Leonard Bernstein 2:34
10 18 This is Mahler... Leonard Bernstein 2:41
10 19 Symphony No. 9 In D Major: 4. Adagio, Sehr Langsam Und Noch Zurückhaltend Mahler, Gustav / Bernstein, Leonard 23:00
11 1 I know what you are thinking... Leonard Bernstein 1:52
11 2 What about this... Leonard Bernstein 1:27
11 3 I am plaguing you with this question... Leonard Bernstein 1:45
11 4 Of course what he is really talking about... Leonard Bernstein 2:05
11 5 But it was precisely... Leonard Bernstein 1:57
11 6 Now I have just used two words... Leonard Bernstein 1:54
11 7 In fact, it was Satie, Picasso, and Cocteau... Leonard Bernstein 2:20
11 8 But our scene... Leonard Bernstein 1:53
11 9 Even in the most... Leonard Bernstein 2:02
11 10 For our purposes... Leonard Bernstein 2:11
11 11 Musicologists are always pointing... Leonard Bernstein 1:56
11 12 But bitonality does not only serve... Leonard Bernstein 2:20
11 13 Of course, polytonality can and does... Leonard Bernstein 2:09
11 14 Now what's going on... Leonard Bernstein 2:20
11 15 And while you are in that record shop... Leonard Bernstein 2:15
11 16 Of course, these asymmetries... Leonard Bernstein 1:53
11 17 Brutal it may be... Leonard Bernstein 1:31
11 18 Now, remember... Leonard Bernstein 1:59
11 19 These are two sets... Leonard Bernstein 1:59
11 20 Just cast an eye... Leonard Bernstein 2:44
11 21 Now that page of music... Leonard Bernstein 2:58
11 22 But the most striking semantic effect... Leonard Bernstein 1:39
11 23 This new aesthetic relaxation... Leonard Bernstein 2:10
11 24 Even some Germans... Leonard Bernstein 2:05
11 25 You can see how the transformation... Leonard Bernstein 1:55
11 26 Chomsky himself gives a classic example... Leonard Bernstein 2:08
11 27 Very important, the ironic element... Leonard Bernstein 2:38
11 28 So, it would seem... Leonard Bernstein 2:17
11 29 But this neoclassic approach... Leonard Bernstein 1:10
11 30 I think this is again a moment... Leonard Bernstein 2:06
11 31 It's the essence... Leonard Bernstein 2:34
11 32 If this poem were rewritten... Leonard Bernstein 1:19
12 1 Why have I digressed... Leonard Bernstein 1:45
12 2 Now can you understand... Leonard Bernstein 1:37
12 3 Untermeyer called this... Leonard Bernstein 1:41
12 4 Of course, with The Waste Land... Leonard Bernstein 1:16
12 5 But the thing of it all is... Leonard Bernstein 1:31
12 6 We are going to hear... Leonard Bernstein 1:35
12 7 One has only learned to get... Leonard Bernstein 2:45
12 8 Now I propose only because... Leonard Bernstein 2:22
12 9 This union is possible only because... Leonard Bernstein 2:57
12 10 But what has all this to do with Stravinsky... Leonard Bernstein 2:21
12 11 And this is the essence... Leonard Bernstein 2:13
12 12 Look: here is a joke... Leonard Bernstein 2:01
12 13 Chilling, shattering, neoclassic... Leonard Bernstein 1:45
12 14 Stravinsky's own aesthetic pronouncements... Leonard Bernstein 2:03
12 15 But of course he was forced... Leonard Bernstein 1:31
12 16 And now we are finally reading... Leonard Bernstein 2:36
12 17 And then Mozart appears... Leonard Bernstein 2:35
12 18 But this eclecticism knows no bounds... Leonard Bernstein 1:45
12 19 Now all this I had planned to tell you... Leonard Bernstein 1:33
12 20 You think that's funny... Leonard Bernstein 2:42
12 21 How about that... Leonard Bernstein 2:55
12 22 Then came the answer... Leonard Bernstein 2:40
12 23 But why this particular misalliance... Leonard Bernstein 1:22
12 24 My words are poor... Leonard Bernstein 1:57
13 1 Prolog: You are about to hear a Latin version of Oedipous the King Leonard Bernstein
13 2 Caedit nos pestis (1. Akt) Leonard Bernstein 4:05
13 3 Liberi, vos liberabo Leonard Bernstein 3:29
13 4 This is Creon, brother-in-law of Oedipus Leonard Bernstein
13 5 Respondit deus Leonard Bernstein 6:38
13 6 Oedipus questions the Fountain of Truth Leonard Bernstein 2:44
13 7 Dicere non possum Leonard Bernstein 5:22
13 8 Gloria! Leonard Bernstein 1:11
13 9 The dispute of the princes attracts the attention of Jocasta (2. Akt) Leonard Bernstein 2:10
13 10 Nonn' erubescite, reges Leonard Bernstein 4:25
13 11 Ne probentur oracula Leonard Bernstein 3:20
13 12 Ego senem cecici Leonard Bernstein 2:07
13 13 The witness to the murder comes out of the shadow Leonard Bernstein
13 14 Adest omniscius pastor Leonard Bernstein 4:32
13 15 Nonne monstrum rescituri Leonard Bernstein 3:24
13 16 And now you are going to hear that famous monolog... Leonard Bernstein 1:38
13 17 Divum Jocastae caput mortuum! Leonard Bernstein 3:09
13 18 Ecce! Regem Oedipoda Leonard Bernstein 2:46
13 19 Va-le-di-co... Leonard Bernstein 2:06
13 20 During that decade... Leonard Bernstein 1:46
13 21 It was at this point that I wrote... Leonard Bernstein 1:43
13 22 What interests me about it... Leonard Bernstein 2:15
13 23 Is it possible... Leonard Bernstein 1:51
13 24 It's as tough in the period... Leonard Bernstein 2:52
13 25 And I believe... Leonard Bernstein 2:40
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