When Leonard Bernstein unveiled Mass, a “Theatere Piece for Singers, Players & Dancers” in 1971, many critics derided its amalgamation of the diverse forms of Broadway, gospel music, symphony, ballet and rock ‘n’ roll. Lenny already was known for juggling careers as conductor, TV host, serious composer and Broadway songwriter.
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