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The Resource Leonard Bernstein's Young people's concerts : with the New York Philharmonic, Volume 2, CBS Entertainment ; the Leonard Bernstein Office, Inc

Leonard Bernstein's Young people's concerts : with the New York Philharmonic, Volume 2, CBS Entertainment ; the Leonard Bernstein Office, Inc

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Leonard Bernstein's Young people's concerts : with the New York Philharmonic, Volume 2
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Leonard Bernstein's Young people's concerts
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with the New York Philharmonic
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Volume 2
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CBS Entertainment ; the Leonard Bernstein Office, Inc
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  • Young people's concerts
  • Young people's concerts with the New York Philharmonic
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Leonard Bernstein earned glory as a composer, conductor, and pianist (classical and jazz), but nothing gave him more pleasure than the joy of teaching. He presented the unique blend of spoken words and music. He is an intensely interactive teacher, getting his audience to sing, springing a quiz full of trick questions. He can take the most abstruse subject and present them to a young audience with clarity, without condescension, and with a clear sense of the material's value. His subject-matter is enormously varied
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videorecording
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Producer, director, Roger Englander
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Originally televised between 1960-1972
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780/.78
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MPAA rating: Not rated
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Narrated in English, closed-captioned; sung portions in Italian or English
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ML3930
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.L465 2013
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orchestra
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New York Philharmonic ; Leonard Bernstein, narrator and conductor
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Leonard Bernstein's Young people's concerts : with the New York Philharmonic, Volume 2, CBS Entertainment ; the Leonard Bernstein Office, Inc
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  • Original program furnished courtesy of CBS Entertainment, a division of CBS Inc
  • DVDs and program booklet in one container
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1 booklet (18 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm)
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Contents
  • Disc 1. 1. Young performers no. 1 (March 6, 1960). Introduction ; Daniel Domb, cello, Kenneth Schermerhorn, conductor (Cello concerto in B minor, 1st mvt. / Dvořák) ; Barry Finclair, violin, Stefan Mengelberg, conductor (Violin concerto no. 2 in D minor, 3rd mvt. / Wieniawski) ; Alexandra Wager, narrator (Peter and the wolf / Prokofiev) -- 2. Unusual instruments of the present, past & future (March 27, 1960). Uncommon percussion instruments (The little train / Villa Lobos) ; Peculiar instruments of the past, Shawms (Alta / De la Torre) ; Old and new brass instruments (Canzone for eight brass instruments / Gabrieli) ; Eighteenth century instruments (Brandenburg concerto no. 4 in G major, 1st mvt. / Bach) ; Electronic instruments (Concerto for tape recorder and orchestra / Luening & Ussachevsky) ; An unusual symphonic instruments, Anita Darian, kazoo (Concerto for kazoo and orchestra / Bucci) -- 3. Overtures and preludes (January 8, 1961). The excitement of an overture (Overture to Semiramide / Rossini) ; An overture masterpiece (Overture to Leonore no. 3 / Beethoven) ; An overture without an opera (Prélude à l'aprè-midi d'un faune / Debussy) ; An overture to a Broadway musical (Overture to Candide / Bernstein)
  • Disc 2. 4. Aaron Copland birthday party (February 12, 1961). Aaron Copland : 60 years young (An outdoor overture / Copland) ; Modern music (Statements, no. 3. Dogmatic / Copland) ; Jazzy music (Music for the theatre, no. 2. Dance / Copland) ; Tone painting rural America (Music for movies. Our town / Copland) ; Music of the American West (Rodeo. Hoe-down / Copland) ; Folk songs, William Warfield, vocalist (The boatman's dance ; I bought me a cat / Copland) ; Copland conducts Copland (El Salón México / Copland) -- 5. Young performers no. 2 (March 19, 1961). Introduction ; Lynn Harrell, cello, Elyakum Shapira, conductor (Cello concerto in B minor. 3rd mvt. / Dvořák) ; Jung Ja Kim, piano, Russell Stanger, conductor (Piano concerto no. 1 in E minor. 2nd mvt. / Chopin) ; Veronica Tyler, soprano, Gregory Millar, conductor (La Bohème. Addio / Puccini ; The telephone. Lucy's aria / Menotti) ; Henry Chapin, narrator (The young person's guide to the orchestra / Britten) -- 6. The road to Paris (January 18, 1962). Paris : the center of the musical world (An American in Paris / Gershwin) ; French impressionistic influences, Sara Nelsova, cello (Schelomo : Hebrew rhapsody for cello and orchestra / Bloch) ; French musical forms in Spanish dances (The three cornered hat. The millers dance ; The final dance / De Falla)
  • Disc 3. 7. Young performers no. 3 (April 14, 1962). Introduction ; Seiji Ozawa, conductor (Overture to the Marriage of Figaro / Mozart) ; Gary Karr, double bass, Maurice Peress, conductor (Prayer / Bloch) ; Gary, double bass, John Canarina, conductor (Fantasy on a theme from the opera Moses in Egypt / Rossini) ; Ruth and Naomi Segal, duo-pianists, Paula Robison, flute, Paul Green, clarinet, Tony Cirone, xylophone, David Hopper, glockenspiel, Gary Karr, double bass (Carnival of the animals / Saint-Saëns) -- 8. The sound of a hall (November 21, 1962). How does the hall sound? (Overture : the Roman carnival / Berlioz) ; The science of acoustics (The little horses, Copland) ; Clearness and richness (Concerto for four violins / Vivaldi) ; Blending (Façade. Tango / Walton) ; Dynamic range ; Overture 1812 (Overture 1812 / Tchaikovsky) -- 9. Young performers no. 4 (January 15, 1963). Introduction ; Joan Weiner, piano, Yuri Krasnopolsky, conductor (Piano concerto no. 23 in A major, K. 488. Allegro / Mozart) ; Claudia Hoca, piano, Zoltan Rozsnyai, conductor (Piano concerto no. 23 in A major, K. 488. Adagio / Mozart) ; Pamela Paul, piano, Serge Fournier, conductor (Piano concerto no. 23 in A major, K. 488. Allegro assai / Mozart) -- Andre Watts, piano (Piano concerto no. 1 in E flat major / Liszt)
  • Disc 4. 10. A tribute to teachers (November 29, 1963). In praise of teachers ; Serge Koussevitzsky (Prelude to Khovanshchina / Mussorgsky) ; Randall Thompson (Symphony no. 2. 3rd mvt. / Thompson) ; Walter Piston (The incredible flutist / Piston) ; Fritz Reiner (Academic festival overture / Brahms) -- 11. Young performers no. 5 (December 23, 1963). Introduction ; Heidi Lehwalder, harp (Concerto in B flat, op. 4, no. 6. 1st mvt. / Handel) ; Weldon Berry, clarinet, Amos Eisenberg, flute, Heidi Lehwalder, harp (Introduction and allegro for harp, flute, clarinet and strings / Ravel) ; Shulamith Ran, piano, Pedro Calderon, conductor (Capriccio for piano and orchestra / Ran) ; Stephen Kates, cello, Zdenek Kosler, conductor (Rhapsody no. 1. Part 2 / Bartok) ; Stephen Kates, cello (William Tell overture / Rossini) -- 12. The genius of Paul Hindemith (February 23, 1964). Atonal? (Three exercise pieces, no. 1 / Hindemith ; Two-part invention / Bach ; Piano sonata no. 2 / Hindemith) ; Bitonality (Quartet no. 3, op. 22 ; Kleine Kammermusik, op. 24, no. 2 / Hindemith) ; The Hindemith sound ; Mathis der Maler, General introduction ; Introduction to first movement ; Concert of angels ; Introduction to second movement ; The entombment ; Introduction to third movement ; Temptation of Saint Anthony
  • Disc 5. 13. Farewell to Nationalism (November 30, 1964). What is Nationalistic music? (Russian sailors' dance / Glière ; Hungarian rhapsody no. 2 / Liszt ; The three cornered hat / De Falla ; Five pieces for orchestra / Webern ; Pieces for prepared piano and strings / Mayazumi ; Composition for twelve instruments / Babbitt ; Incontri / Nono) ; Internationalism (Sonata in G minor for flute and harpsichord ; Concerto in G minor for flute, bassoon, violin and bass) ; Nineteenth century Nationalism (Die Meistersinger, Prelude / Wagner ; Mazurka in B flat (Chopin) ; La traviata. Sempre libera / Verdi ; Symphony no. 4 / Tchaikovsky) ; American Nationalistic music (The fourth of July / Ives) ; Spanish Nationalistic folk music (The three cornered hat. Dances from part one / De Falla) ; A musical homage to country (The Moldau / Smetana) -- 14. Young performers no. 6 (January 28, 1965). Introduction ; Patricia Michaelian, piano (Piano concerto no. 20 in D minor, K. 466. 1st mvt. / Mozart) ; James Buswell, violin (Violin concerto in E minor, op. 64 / Mendelssohn) ; A model of orchestration (Mother Goose suite / Ravel) -- 15. Young performers no. 7 (February 2, 1966). Introduction ; Paul Schoenfield, piano (Pictures at an exhibition. Promenade & Gnomus / Mussorgsky) ; James DePreist, conductor (Pictures at an exhibition. Promenade & Gnomus / Mussorgsky-Ravel) ; Stephanie Sebastian, piano (Pictures at an exhibition. Promenade & The old castle / Mussorgsky) ; Jacques Houtmann, conductor (Pictures at an exhibition. Promenade & The old castle / Mussorgsky-Ravel) ; David Oei, piano (Pictures at an exhibition. Promenade, Tuileries, Promenade, Ballet of the chicks in their shells / Mussorgsky) ; Edo DeWaart, conductor (Pictures at an exhibition. Promenade, Tuileries, Promenade, Ballet of the chicks in their shells / Mussorgsky-Ravel) ; Horacio Gutierrez, piano (Pictures at an exhibition. The great gate of Kiev / Mussorgsky) ; Leonard Bernstein, conductor (Pictures at an exhibition. The great gate of Kiev / Mussorgsky-Ravel)
  • Disc 6. 16. Young performers no. 8 (February 27, 1967). Introduction ; Elmar Oliveira, vioiln, Mark Salkind, oboe, Fred Alston, bassoon, Donald Green, cello ; Juan Pablo Izquierdo, conductor (Sinfonia concertante, Allegro / Haydn) ; Sylvia Caduff, conductor (Sinfonia concertante. Andante ; Allegro con spirito / Haydn) ; Stephen Dominko, accordion, Sylvia Caduff, conductor (Piano concerto no. 2 in F minor. 3rd mvt. / Chopin) ; George Reid, vocalist ; Juan Pablo Izquierdo, conductor (The magic flute. In diesen heiligen Hallen / Mozart) -- Charles Ives : American pioneer (February 23, 1967). A genius and a pioneer (The gong on the hook and ladder / Ives) ; Musical quotes (Washington's birthday / Ives) ; Early Ives (The circus band march / Ives) ; Ives' modern masterpiece (The unanswered question / Ives) -- 18. Alumni reunion (April 19, 1967). Introduction ; Stephen Kates, cello (Variations on a Rococo theme / Tchaikovsky) ; Veronica Tyler, vocalist (La Bohème. Mi chiamano Mini / Puccini ; Porgy and Bess. My man's gone now / Gershwin) ; Andre Watts, piano (Piano concerto no. 2 in B flat major. 1st mvt. / Brahms)
  • Disc 7. 19. Forever Beethoven (January 28, 1968). Why Beethoven? (Symphony no. 5 in C minor. 1st mvt. / Beethoven) ; The man who freed music : Joseph Kalichstein, piano, Paul Capolongo, conductor (Piano concerto no. 4 in G major. 2nd & 3rd mvts / Beethoven) ; An overture of liberation (Overture to Leonore no. 3 / Beethoven) -- 20. Young performers no. 9 (March 31, 1968). Introduction ; Lawrence Foster, cello, Alois Springer, conductor (Cello concerto no. 1 in A minor / Saint-Saëns) ; Martin & Steven Yann, piano duo (Allegro in A minor / Weber) ; Hindemith : Symphonic metamorphoses of themes by Weber : Allegro in A minor ; Martin & Steven Yann, piano duo (March from Turandot / Weber) ; Hindemith : Symphonic metamorphoses of themes by Weber : Turandot, Scherzo, Helen Quach, conductor ; Martin & Steven Yann, piano duo (March in G minor / Weber) ; Hindemith : Symphonic metamorphoses of themes Weber : March -- 21. Fantastic variations (December 25, 1968). An introduction to Ricahrd Strauss' Don Quixote, fantastic variations for cello & orchestra, op. 35 ; Don Quixote
  • Disc 8. Bach transmogrified (April 27, 1969). 22. Bach untouched (Little fugue in G minor / Bach) ; Bach transcribed, Leopold Stokowski, conductor (Little fugue in G minor / Bach) ; Bach switched on, Moog synthesizer (Little fugue in G minor / Bach) ; Bach intact (Partita in E major / Bach) ; Bach borrowed (Phorion / Foss) ; Bach untransmogrified (Brandenburg concerto no. 5 in D major. 1st mvt. / Bach) ; Bach rocked, New York Rock and Roll Ensemble (Brandenburg concerto no. 5 in D major. 1st mvt. / Bach) -- 23. The anatomy of a symphony orchestra (May 27, 1970). The sounds of an orchestra ; Strings ; Woodwinds ; Brass ; Percussion (The pines of Rome / Respighi) -- 24. A Copland celebration (December 27, 1970). The sounds of big city jazz ; Concerto for clarinet and stirng orchestra / Copland ; The sounds of the American West ; Ballet suite from Billy the Kid / Copland
  • Disc 9. Thus spake Richard Strauss (November 4, 1971). 25. Introduction to Richard Strauss' Thus spake Zarathustra ; Thus spake Zarathustra / Strauss -- 26. Liszt and the devil (February 13, 1972). A portrait of the composer ; General introduction to Liszt's A Faust symphony ; A Faust symphony / Liszt -- 27. Holst : The planets. Introduction to Gustav Holst's The planets ; The planets / Gustav Holst
Control code
ocn862170555
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Dimensions
other
Extent
9 videodiscs (approximately 27 hr.)
Isbn
9780769750477
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032031437098
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  • D4370
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Label
Leonard Bernstein's Young people's concerts : with the New York Philharmonic, Volume 2, CBS Entertainment ; the Leonard Bernstein Office, Inc
Publication
Distribution
Copyright
Note
  • Original program furnished courtesy of CBS Entertainment, a division of CBS Inc
  • DVDs and program booklet in one container
Accompanying material
1 booklet (18 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm)
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  • videodisc
  • volume
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  • rdacarrier
  • rdacarrier
Color
mixed
Configuration of playback channels
stereophonic
Content category
  • two-dimensional moving image
  • text
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Disc 1. 1. Young performers no. 1 (March 6, 1960). Introduction ; Daniel Domb, cello, Kenneth Schermerhorn, conductor (Cello concerto in B minor, 1st mvt. / Dvořák) ; Barry Finclair, violin, Stefan Mengelberg, conductor (Violin concerto no. 2 in D minor, 3rd mvt. / Wieniawski) ; Alexandra Wager, narrator (Peter and the wolf / Prokofiev) -- 2. Unusual instruments of the present, past & future (March 27, 1960). Uncommon percussion instruments (The little train / Villa Lobos) ; Peculiar instruments of the past, Shawms (Alta / De la Torre) ; Old and new brass instruments (Canzone for eight brass instruments / Gabrieli) ; Eighteenth century instruments (Brandenburg concerto no. 4 in G major, 1st mvt. / Bach) ; Electronic instruments (Concerto for tape recorder and orchestra / Luening & Ussachevsky) ; An unusual symphonic instruments, Anita Darian, kazoo (Concerto for kazoo and orchestra / Bucci) -- 3. Overtures and preludes (January 8, 1961). The excitement of an overture (Overture to Semiramide / Rossini) ; An overture masterpiece (Overture to Leonore no. 3 / Beethoven) ; An overture without an opera (Prélude à l'aprè-midi d'un faune / Debussy) ; An overture to a Broadway musical (Overture to Candide / Bernstein)
  • Disc 2. 4. Aaron Copland birthday party (February 12, 1961). Aaron Copland : 60 years young (An outdoor overture / Copland) ; Modern music (Statements, no. 3. Dogmatic / Copland) ; Jazzy music (Music for the theatre, no. 2. Dance / Copland) ; Tone painting rural America (Music for movies. Our town / Copland) ; Music of the American West (Rodeo. Hoe-down / Copland) ; Folk songs, William Warfield, vocalist (The boatman's dance ; I bought me a cat / Copland) ; Copland conducts Copland (El Salón México / Copland) -- 5. Young performers no. 2 (March 19, 1961). Introduction ; Lynn Harrell, cello, Elyakum Shapira, conductor (Cello concerto in B minor. 3rd mvt. / Dvořák) ; Jung Ja Kim, piano, Russell Stanger, conductor (Piano concerto no. 1 in E minor. 2nd mvt. / Chopin) ; Veronica Tyler, soprano, Gregory Millar, conductor (La Bohème. Addio / Puccini ; The telephone. Lucy's aria / Menotti) ; Henry Chapin, narrator (The young person's guide to the orchestra / Britten) -- 6. The road to Paris (January 18, 1962). Paris : the center of the musical world (An American in Paris / Gershwin) ; French impressionistic influences, Sara Nelsova, cello (Schelomo : Hebrew rhapsody for cello and orchestra / Bloch) ; French musical forms in Spanish dances (The three cornered hat. The millers dance ; The final dance / De Falla)
  • Disc 3. 7. Young performers no. 3 (April 14, 1962). Introduction ; Seiji Ozawa, conductor (Overture to the Marriage of Figaro / Mozart) ; Gary Karr, double bass, Maurice Peress, conductor (Prayer / Bloch) ; Gary, double bass, John Canarina, conductor (Fantasy on a theme from the opera Moses in Egypt / Rossini) ; Ruth and Naomi Segal, duo-pianists, Paula Robison, flute, Paul Green, clarinet, Tony Cirone, xylophone, David Hopper, glockenspiel, Gary Karr, double bass (Carnival of the animals / Saint-Saëns) -- 8. The sound of a hall (November 21, 1962). How does the hall sound? (Overture : the Roman carnival / Berlioz) ; The science of acoustics (The little horses, Copland) ; Clearness and richness (Concerto for four violins / Vivaldi) ; Blending (Façade. Tango / Walton) ; Dynamic range ; Overture 1812 (Overture 1812 / Tchaikovsky) -- 9. Young performers no. 4 (January 15, 1963). Introduction ; Joan Weiner, piano, Yuri Krasnopolsky, conductor (Piano concerto no. 23 in A major, K. 488. Allegro / Mozart) ; Claudia Hoca, piano, Zoltan Rozsnyai, conductor (Piano concerto no. 23 in A major, K. 488. Adagio / Mozart) ; Pamela Paul, piano, Serge Fournier, conductor (Piano concerto no. 23 in A major, K. 488. Allegro assai / Mozart) -- Andre Watts, piano (Piano concerto no. 1 in E flat major / Liszt)
  • Disc 4. 10. A tribute to teachers (November 29, 1963). In praise of teachers ; Serge Koussevitzsky (Prelude to Khovanshchina / Mussorgsky) ; Randall Thompson (Symphony no. 2. 3rd mvt. / Thompson) ; Walter Piston (The incredible flutist / Piston) ; Fritz Reiner (Academic festival overture / Brahms) -- 11. Young performers no. 5 (December 23, 1963). Introduction ; Heidi Lehwalder, harp (Concerto in B flat, op. 4, no. 6. 1st mvt. / Handel) ; Weldon Berry, clarinet, Amos Eisenberg, flute, Heidi Lehwalder, harp (Introduction and allegro for harp, flute, clarinet and strings / Ravel) ; Shulamith Ran, piano, Pedro Calderon, conductor (Capriccio for piano and orchestra / Ran) ; Stephen Kates, cello, Zdenek Kosler, conductor (Rhapsody no. 1. Part 2 / Bartok) ; Stephen Kates, cello (William Tell overture / Rossini) -- 12. The genius of Paul Hindemith (February 23, 1964). Atonal? (Three exercise pieces, no. 1 / Hindemith ; Two-part invention / Bach ; Piano sonata no. 2 / Hindemith) ; Bitonality (Quartet no. 3, op. 22 ; Kleine Kammermusik, op. 24, no. 2 / Hindemith) ; The Hindemith sound ; Mathis der Maler, General introduction ; Introduction to first movement ; Concert of angels ; Introduction to second movement ; The entombment ; Introduction to third movement ; Temptation of Saint Anthony
  • Disc 5. 13. Farewell to Nationalism (November 30, 1964). What is Nationalistic music? (Russian sailors' dance / Glière ; Hungarian rhapsody no. 2 / Liszt ; The three cornered hat / De Falla ; Five pieces for orchestra / Webern ; Pieces for prepared piano and strings / Mayazumi ; Composition for twelve instruments / Babbitt ; Incontri / Nono) ; Internationalism (Sonata in G minor for flute and harpsichord ; Concerto in G minor for flute, bassoon, violin and bass) ; Nineteenth century Nationalism (Die Meistersinger, Prelude / Wagner ; Mazurka in B flat (Chopin) ; La traviata. Sempre libera / Verdi ; Symphony no. 4 / Tchaikovsky) ; American Nationalistic music (The fourth of July / Ives) ; Spanish Nationalistic folk music (The three cornered hat. Dances from part one / De Falla) ; A musical homage to country (The Moldau / Smetana) -- 14. Young performers no. 6 (January 28, 1965). Introduction ; Patricia Michaelian, piano (Piano concerto no. 20 in D minor, K. 466. 1st mvt. / Mozart) ; James Buswell, violin (Violin concerto in E minor, op. 64 / Mendelssohn) ; A model of orchestration (Mother Goose suite / Ravel) -- 15. Young performers no. 7 (February 2, 1966). Introduction ; Paul Schoenfield, piano (Pictures at an exhibition. Promenade & Gnomus / Mussorgsky) ; James DePreist, conductor (Pictures at an exhibition. Promenade & Gnomus / Mussorgsky-Ravel) ; Stephanie Sebastian, piano (Pictures at an exhibition. Promenade & The old castle / Mussorgsky) ; Jacques Houtmann, conductor (Pictures at an exhibition. Promenade & The old castle / Mussorgsky-Ravel) ; David Oei, piano (Pictures at an exhibition. Promenade, Tuileries, Promenade, Ballet of the chicks in their shells / Mussorgsky) ; Edo DeWaart, conductor (Pictures at an exhibition. Promenade, Tuileries, Promenade, Ballet of the chicks in their shells / Mussorgsky-Ravel) ; Horacio Gutierrez, piano (Pictures at an exhibition. The great gate of Kiev / Mussorgsky) ; Leonard Bernstein, conductor (Pictures at an exhibition. The great gate of Kiev / Mussorgsky-Ravel)
  • Disc 6. 16. Young performers no. 8 (February 27, 1967). Introduction ; Elmar Oliveira, vioiln, Mark Salkind, oboe, Fred Alston, bassoon, Donald Green, cello ; Juan Pablo Izquierdo, conductor (Sinfonia concertante, Allegro / Haydn) ; Sylvia Caduff, conductor (Sinfonia concertante. Andante ; Allegro con spirito / Haydn) ; Stephen Dominko, accordion, Sylvia Caduff, conductor (Piano concerto no. 2 in F minor. 3rd mvt. / Chopin) ; George Reid, vocalist ; Juan Pablo Izquierdo, conductor (The magic flute. In diesen heiligen Hallen / Mozart) -- Charles Ives : American pioneer (February 23, 1967). A genius and a pioneer (The gong on the hook and ladder / Ives) ; Musical quotes (Washington's birthday / Ives) ; Early Ives (The circus band march / Ives) ; Ives' modern masterpiece (The unanswered question / Ives) -- 18. Alumni reunion (April 19, 1967). Introduction ; Stephen Kates, cello (Variations on a Rococo theme / Tchaikovsky) ; Veronica Tyler, vocalist (La Bohème. Mi chiamano Mini / Puccini ; Porgy and Bess. My man's gone now / Gershwin) ; Andre Watts, piano (Piano concerto no. 2 in B flat major. 1st mvt. / Brahms)
  • Disc 7. 19. Forever Beethoven (January 28, 1968). Why Beethoven? (Symphony no. 5 in C minor. 1st mvt. / Beethoven) ; The man who freed music : Joseph Kalichstein, piano, Paul Capolongo, conductor (Piano concerto no. 4 in G major. 2nd & 3rd mvts / Beethoven) ; An overture of liberation (Overture to Leonore no. 3 / Beethoven) -- 20. Young performers no. 9 (March 31, 1968). Introduction ; Lawrence Foster, cello, Alois Springer, conductor (Cello concerto no. 1 in A minor / Saint-Saëns) ; Martin & Steven Yann, piano duo (Allegro in A minor / Weber) ; Hindemith : Symphonic metamorphoses of themes by Weber : Allegro in A minor ; Martin & Steven Yann, piano duo (March from Turandot / Weber) ; Hindemith : Symphonic metamorphoses of themes by Weber : Turandot, Scherzo, Helen Quach, conductor ; Martin & Steven Yann, piano duo (March in G minor / Weber) ; Hindemith : Symphonic metamorphoses of themes Weber : March -- 21. Fantastic variations (December 25, 1968). An introduction to Ricahrd Strauss' Don Quixote, fantastic variations for cello & orchestra, op. 35 ; Don Quixote
  • Disc 8. Bach transmogrified (April 27, 1969). 22. Bach untouched (Little fugue in G minor / Bach) ; Bach transcribed, Leopold Stokowski, conductor (Little fugue in G minor / Bach) ; Bach switched on, Moog synthesizer (Little fugue in G minor / Bach) ; Bach intact (Partita in E major / Bach) ; Bach borrowed (Phorion / Foss) ; Bach untransmogrified (Brandenburg concerto no. 5 in D major. 1st mvt. / Bach) ; Bach rocked, New York Rock and Roll Ensemble (Brandenburg concerto no. 5 in D major. 1st mvt. / Bach) -- 23. The anatomy of a symphony orchestra (May 27, 1970). The sounds of an orchestra ; Strings ; Woodwinds ; Brass ; Percussion (The pines of Rome / Respighi) -- 24. A Copland celebration (December 27, 1970). The sounds of big city jazz ; Concerto for clarinet and stirng orchestra / Copland ; The sounds of the American West ; Ballet suite from Billy the Kid / Copland
  • Disc 9. Thus spake Richard Strauss (November 4, 1971). 25. Introduction to Richard Strauss' Thus spake Zarathustra ; Thus spake Zarathustra / Strauss -- 26. Liszt and the devil (February 13, 1972). A portrait of the composer ; General introduction to Liszt's A Faust symphony ; A Faust symphony / Liszt -- 27. Holst : The planets. Introduction to Gustav Holst's The planets ; The planets / Gustav Holst
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ocn862170555
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4 3/4 in. +
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other
Extent
9 videodiscs (approximately 27 hr.)
Isbn
9780769750477
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videodisc
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032031437098
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  • D4370-3
  • D4370-4
  • D4370-5
  • D4370-6
  • D4370-7
  • D4370-8
  • D4370-9
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sound on medium
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DVD, full screen (4:3) presentation, region 1, NTSC; soundtracks in Dolby stereo
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DVD

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