Here are Leonard Bernstein's major works and awards:

WORKS FOR ORCHESTRA1. "Jeremiah, Symphony No. 1," 1942.

2. "Three Dance Episodes From `On The Town,' " 1945.

3. "The Age Of Anxiety, Symphony No. 2," 1949.

4. "Prelude, Fugue And Riffs," 1949.

5. "Serenade," 1954.

6. "Symphonic Suite From `On The Waterfront,' " 1955.

7. "Candide," 1956.

8. "Symphonic Dances From `West Side Story,' " 1960.

9. "Fanfare," (for the Inauguration of John F. Kennedy) 1961.

10. "Fanfare," (for the 25th anniversary of the High School of Music and Art in New York) 1961.

11. "Kaddish," 1963.

12. "Chichester Psalms in Three Movements," 1965.

13. "Mass," 1971.

14. "Dybbuk," (from the ballet by Bernstein and Jerome Robins) 1974.

15. "1600 Pennsylvania Avenue," 1976.

16. "Slava! A Political Overture for Orchestra," 1977.

17. "Songfest, A Cycle of American Poems for Six Singers," 1977.

18. "CBS Music," 1977.

19. "Divertimento For Orchestra," 1980.

20. "A Musical Toast," 1980.

21. "Halil," 1981.

22. "Olympic Hymn," 1981.

23. "Jubilee Games," 1986.

24. "Opening Prayer," 1986.

THEATER SCORES

1. "On The Town," 1944.

2. "Peter Pan," 1950.

3. "Trouble In Tahiti," 1951.

4. "Wonderful Town," 1953.

5. "The Lark," 1955.

6. "Salome," 1955.

7. "Candide," 1956.

8. "West Side Story," 1957.

9. "The Firstborn," 1958.

10. "Mass," 1971.

11. "By Bernstein," 1975.

12. "1600 Pennsylvania Avenue," 1976.

13. "The Madwoman Of Central Park West," 1979.

14. "A Quiet Place," 1983.

BOOKS

1. "The Joy Of Music," 1959.

2. "Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts for Reading and Listening," 1961.

3. "The Infinite Variety of Music," 1966.

4. "The Unanswered Question, Six Talks at Harvard," 1976.

5. "Findings," 1982.

GRAMMY AWARDS

1. "Beethoven: Symphony No. 9," orchestral recording, 1980.

2. "Beethoven: Missa Solemnis," choral performance, 1961.

3. "Bernstein Conducts for Young People," 1963.

4. "Bernstein: Kaddish, Symphony No. 3," classical album, 1964.

5. "Bizet: Carmen," opera recording, 1973.

6. "Concert of the Century," classical album, 1977.

7. Lifetime Achievement Grammy, 1985.

8. "Mahler: Symphony No. 8," classical album, 1967.

9. "Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf-Saint-Saens: Carnival of the Animals," 1962.

10. "Saint-Saens: Carnival of the Animals-Britten: Young Persons Guide to the Orchestra," 1962.

11. "Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5," orchestra performance, 1980.

EMMY AWARDS

1. "The Music of Johan Sebastian Bach," 1957.

2. "Beethoven's Birthday (A Celebration in Vienna)," 1972.

3. "Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic," 1960.

4. "Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic in Japan," 1962.

5. "Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic," 1976

6. "Leonard Bernstein for Omnibus," 1958.

7. "Young People's Concerts," 1964.

8. "Young People's Concerts," 1965.

9. Outstanding Individual Achievement, 1987.

TONY AWARD

"Wonderful Town," 1953.