Conductor Bernard Haitink, Who Lets Music Speak For Itself, Dies at 92

Mr. Haitink, from his youth “lazy days.” “I wasn’t stupid,” he explained, “but I wasn’t there. Half the time we were taught under our desk by airstrikes. But even when things got back to normal I wasn’t interested. Maybe that’s why now, when I’m 70, people ask me why I work so hard.” He started …