Richard Rodgers in Imperial Theatre - 26 March, 1972

from Letter from Richard Rodgers to Leonard Bernstein, 27 March 1972, page 514:

Dear Leonard Is there anything you don’t do better than anyone else? Your playing last night was simple and pure that it gave a grace that little song never had before. Your words were kind, too, but taking the trouble to be there was the kindest of all. I appreciate it tremendously. Fondly Dick
cite as

Richard Rodgers, Letter from Richard Rodgers to Leonard Bernstein, 27 March 1972. In Nigel Simeone (ed.), The Leonard Bernstein Letters (City of New Haven, 2013), p. 514. http://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1388487578513 accessed: 21 September, 2017

location of experience: Imperial Theatre

Listeners

Richard Rodgers
Songwriter

Listening to

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Nobody's Heart Belongs to Me
written by Richard Rodgers
performed by Leonard Bernstein

Experience Information

Date/Time 26 March, 1972
Medium live
Listening Environment indoors, in the company of others, in public

Notes

Bernstein played his own arrangement of Rodgers’ “Nobody’s Heart Belongs to Me” from By Jupiter as part of the Celebration of Richard Rodgers held at the Imperial Theatre on 26 March 1972 in honour of Rodgers’ forthcoming 70th birthday (which fell on 28 June 1972).


Originally submitted by Ivan Hewett on Tue, 31 Dec 2013 10:59:38 +0000