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Israel Philharmonic Orchestra performing in Beersheba, Israel, 1948.

Bernstein playing Beethoven's 1st Piano Concerto with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra at a concert for the armed forces during the Israeli War of Independence. Beersheba, November 1948. Photographer unidentified.
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