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Fri Mar 21 17:07:24 2014 UTClccn-n868467200.00The very best of Torvill and Dean0.191.00Dance for the camera17363905Jayne_Torvilln 868467201652732lccn-n88020354Dean, Christopher1958-prfdnccrelccn-n79122349Man, John1941-lccn-n80016911Ma, Yo-Yo1955-prfitrlccn-n85176737Rhombus Media (Firm)lccn-n88065660Hennessy, Johnlccn-no95000211Sony Classical (Firm)lccn-n83224304Bandò„, Tamasaburò„V1950-lccn-n86025454Morris, Mark1956-chrlccn-no93037272Egoyan, Atom1960-drtlccn-n90704120Messervy, Julie MoirTorvill, Jayne1957-BiographyJuvenile worksFictionPoetryDean, Christopher,Great BritainTorvill, Jayne,Ice dancingSkatersIce dancersSuites (Cello)SkatingBach, Johann Sebastian,Women skatersCreation (Literary, artistic, etc.)InspirationDean, ChristopherMusic and danceFigure skatersFigure skatingKabukiDanceJapanDramaPoetryCello musicMa, Yo-Yo,McCamus, TomCellistsBalletsTelevision musicTheater programsPopular musicPopular instrumental musicOrchestral musicSouth AustraliaModern dancePerformancesFairweather, GaynorInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Murphy, MarkNyro, LauraBurns, DonniePaso doble (Dance)Hersch, FredEnglandRoyal BalletBritton, AmandaDe Lavallade, Carmen,Hamill, DorothyMingus, Charles,Trenary, JillHerman Schmerman (Choreographic work : Forsythe)South Australia--Adelaide195719831984198519861988198919901991199419951996199719982000200420072008200920122013230355107BGV850.T63ocn082908262ocn314044439ocn869213889ocn694031329ocn767432719ocn767109206ocn693915562ocn692002469ocn7227487322776ocn045768567visu19970.31Bach, Johann SebastianInspired by BachPresents cellist Yo-Yo Ma in artistic collaborations with Kabuki actor Tamasaburro Bando, garden designer Julie Moir Messervy, choreographer Mark Morris, ice dancers Jayne Torvil and Christopher Dean, and filmmaker Atom Egoyan, each involving Bach's six Cello Suites. Also includes a 3-D animation of Giovanni Battista Piranesi's "carceri" (prison) etchings set to Bach's Cello Suite no. 2724ocn047188974visu20000.23Inspired by BachPresents cellist Yo-Yo Ma in artistic collaborations with Kabuki actor Tamasaburro Bando and ice dancers Jayne Torvil and Christopher Dean, each involving one of Bach's six Cello Suites712ocn039128706visu19970.28Inspired by Bach. [featuring Suite no. 6 for unaccompanied cello]Yo-Yo Ma and ice dancers Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean collaborate in an interdisciplinary artistic exploration resulting in a "cosmic" ice dance of Bach's sixth suite. Tom McCamus portrays J.S. Bach in a monolog preceding the ice dance444ocn039012704visu19980.50Six gesturesWhen Yo-Yo Ma decided to re-record Bach's suites for unaccompanied cello, he invited skaters Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean to join him in interpreting the sixth suite. Alternating sequences of Ma's performance, Torvill and Dean's ice dance, and McManus' speaking as Bach during the years 1717-1723. One of a series of films presenting Ma's collaborations with artists from different disciplines, using Bach suites as starting points for new works in those artists' mediums414ocn043273412visu19980.17The best of Stars on iceFeatures performances by legendary figure skaters401ocn026224324visu19840.15Torvill & Dean path to perfectionBiographyA fascinating documentary chronicling the rise to the top by Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, including interviews with those who knew them and helped them on the road to success. No less than eight whole dance routines are included in the program -- the World Championships in 1980, 1982, and 1983 plus the European Championships from Budapest and the Williams and Glyn Gala in 1981323ocn025604666visu19900.15Torvill & Dean with the Russian all starsBiographyTorvill, Dean and the Russian all stars interpret a wide variety of music, from Ravell's bolero to Phil Collins, with artistry and magic that has made them the World Professional Champions246ocn041285842book19830.17Torvill, JayneTorvill & DeanBiographyThe story of their hard work and determination, combined with interpretive flair and technical brilliance, which earned them a place in the record books.___+-+7404601535201ocn123083824visu19980.19Struggle for hope suite no. 5 for unaccompanied cello ; Six gestures : suite no. 6 for unaccompanied celloMa and Bando create a classic Kabuki dance to express the emotion of Bach's music. Yo-Yo Ma invited skaters Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean to join him in interpreting Bach's sixth suite for unaccompanied cello177ocn048609599visu19970.17Six gestures suite no. 6 for unaccompanied celloYo-Yo Ma invited skaters Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean to join him in interpreting Bach's sixth suite for unaccompanied cello. Alternating sequences of Ma's performance, Torvill and Dean's ice dance, and McManus' speaking as Bach during the years 1717-1723101ocn823712565book20120.92Keily, JackieSkate : the wonderful world of ice skating in prose, poetry and picturesPoetry71ocn427407809visu19980.16Yo-Yo Ma inspired by Bach. Struggle for hope : suite no. 5 for unaccompanied cello ; Six gestures : suite no. 6 for unaccompanied celloMa and Bando create a classic Kabuki dance to express the emotion of Bach's music. Yo-Yo Ma invited skaters Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean to join him in interpreting Bach's sixth suite for unaccompanied cello73ocn025670627visu19900.17Torvill & Dean ice dancing seminar highlightsOlympic Gold Medal ice dancers, Christopher Dean and Jayne Torvill talk about their ice dancing principles, practices and philosophies. Fans get a rare glimpse into Torvill and Dean's feelings about skating, performing and their careers62ocn041748988book19850.66Donald K. Donald Productions by arrangement with Regent International Tours B.V. presents the Michael Linnit/Michael Edgley production of Torvill & Dean, the world tourBiography61ocn416180945visu20000.23Yo-Yo Ma, inspired by Bach61ocn852017120book20080.06Cousins, RobinAdventures in FrostaviaJuvenile worksFiction51ocn026269021rcrd19860.97Davis, CarlTorvill & Dean's Fire and ice52ocn173224592visu19950.17Torvill & Dean face the music : the tourTorvill and Dean's farewell show, recorded at Wembley Arena in June 1995, accompanied by an international company of ice dancers, plus interviews, behind the scenes footage and routines42ocn154002492rcrd19940.10Torvill & Dean face the music31ocn082763477file19980.96Ma, Yo-YoThe cello suites inspired by BachExtensive footage from the 6 films, "Inspired by Bach," audio excerpts from the cello suites with linked scores to follow the music, press information about the series, high resolution still photographs of Yo-Yo Ma, historical essay about the Cello suites in English, French and German, and Yo-Yo-Ma's tour schedule, discography, and biography5986ocn035103595book19950.14Torvill, JayneTorvill & Dean : the autobiography of ice dancing's greatest starsBiography+-+95487240065397ocn010579326book19830.17Torvill, JayneTorvill & DeanBiographyThe story of their hard work and determination, combined with interpretive flair and technical brilliance, which earned them a place in the record books.___+-+74046015352191ocn031738806book19950.06Shuker-Haines, FrancesJayne Torvill & Christopher Dean, ice dancing's perfect pairJuvenile worksBiography+-+8986662106801ocn035105976visu19950.16Torvill & Dean face the music : the tourBiographyThis 91 minute program shot at Wembley, London in June 1995 captures Torvill and Dean's spectacular farewell show, accompanied by an international company of talented ice dancers, plus interviews, behind the scenes footage and exclusive routines741ocn030438994book19940.18Hilton, ChristopherTorvill and Dean : the full story : including 1994 Olympic dramas493ocn010684383visu19840.15Torvill & Dean path to perfectionBiographyA fascinating documentary chronicling the rise to the top by Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, including interviews with those who knew them and helped them on the road to success. No less than eight whole dance routines are included in the program -- the World Championships in 1980, 1982, and 1983 plus the European Championships from Budapest and the Williams and Glyn Gala in 198161ocn040705745visu19970.50Six gesturesFilm combining scenes of figure skating by Torvill and Dean, Yo-Yo Ma playing the cello in various locations, monologues by actor Tom McCamus as J.S. Bach, and other sequences relating to Bach's life and music31ocn221474106visu1994The very best of Torvill and DeanBiographyA three-part program covering a decade in the career of world-champion pair skaters, Torvill and Dean. The final part is an elaborate ice ballet choreographed by Australian, Graeme Murphy21ocn677555828book19950.06Shuker-Haines, FrancesTorvill & Dean, ice dancing's perfect pair22ocn757331278book19880.47Torvill & Dean : with the Superstar Russians, Moscow's "All Star" champion skaters21ocn795742371book0.06Ragno, Nancy NickellChampions on iceJuvenile worksBiography11ocn862058035bookTorvill & Dean, with the Superstar Russians : [theatre program], 1988, West ParklandsExact date and venue details for South Australia not listed in program guide - date Thu, 27 Oct 1988 provided by used tickets11ocn037097097visu19840.47Path to perfectionTraces the sporting career of British ice skaters Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean after they won the European Championship in Hungary in 1980. The programme shows the different championship skating routines, together with a short biography of the pair. Interviews with the ice dancers, their parents, friends, fellow skaters, and some officials, are included in the programme11ocn034396675art19941.00Harrold, RobertWinds of change11ocn078511668art19891.00Finkel, AnitaThe (almost) hopeless situation of figure skating11ocn040360410art19981.00Penman, RobertDance for the camera11ocn862058019bookTorvill and Dean : Fire on ice : [theatre program], 1994Biography[1994 Australian tour, West Parklands, Adelaide]11ocn318536923rcrd20091.00Bloom, Jane IraInterview with Jane Ira BloomInterviewsJane Ira Bloom speaks with Lara Pellegrinelli about being born in Boston; growing up outside of Boston in Newton, Massachusetts; her parents: father, a camp director; mother, an accountant; having two older brothers, Charlie and Mark; starting to study saxophone at a young age with Joe Viola; Massachusetts Youth Wind Ensemble run by the New England Conservatory of Music; Frank Battisti and Joe Viola as musical mentors while growing up; her early attraction to musical instruments; beginning to study piano at age 4; picking up saxophone in third grade; getting recognized as serious and seeking out Joe Viola in Boston by 9th grade; having to relearn the saxophone working with Joe Viola; the Berklee College of Music; being eager for exposure and experience; New Haven marking the point when she started to develop as an artist and musician; Viola emphasizing the instrument rather than teaching a specific genre of music, and what lessons were like with him; learning to make her own fake books as she learned new songs; always enjoying composing and improvising; her interests in high school including academics and black and white photography; her interests in abstract imagery; taking photographs of what she wishes to paint; always having intense concentration and focus; the importance of having a voice and being yourself; how attending Yale was not planned; New Haven, Connecticut in the 1970s; hearing live music like Charles Mingus, the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis orchestra, Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Viola's groups; various clubs and the club scene in Boston; the New Haven renaissance in the 1970s with people like Leo Smith, Anthony Davis, George Lewis; being exposed to the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM); not waiting for record companies to document the music that was happening; sessioning with Mark Levinson and Kent McLagan; meeting Sonny Rollins at age 19; college in the 1970s including the rise of women's studies and the feminist movement; remembering classes with Willie Ruff and Maury Weston; issues of race while studying jazz at Yale; learning the history of black music; Ed Blackwell; feeling welcomed in the scene as a female saxophone player; studying jazz with David Mott; being a music major studying classical theory, history and composition; having no performance major; earliest exposure to electronic music through Robert Moore; composing original music with Kent McLagan at Yale; writing for quartets and larger ensembles; being part of the fourth class of women at Yale; getting her Yale school of music degree in saxophone performance; recitals being pivotal; "An evening of creative music" concert she gave in 1976 at the Education Center for the Arts being the point she realized she was a professional musician; moving to New York City in 1977; studying with George Coleman to explore harmonic complexity and to learn to play fast; trying to connect with musicians like Ornette Coleman and Toots Thielemans; Miles Davis always appealing to her; understanding that less is more; Miles Davis and the trumpet; the loop between human voice and the instrument like Shirley Horn and Miles Davis; her first album with Kent McLagan; starting Outline Records; learning everything from scratch; being one of the few people with a recording contract who was able to create and produce all of her own records; New Music Distribution Service started by Carla Bley; album "We are outline"; not knowing a first album of saxophone and bass duets was considered unusual; playing duos and how they are an exposed format with nowhere to hide; her second album "Second wind"; meeting vibist David Friedman, pianist Larry Karish, and vocalist Jay Clayton; her album "Mighty lights"; playing with David Friedman's quartet; her relationship with Matthias Winckelmann and Enja Records; picking her dream rhythm section: Ed Blackwell, Charlie Haden and Fred Hersch; recording "Mighty lights"; husband Joe Grifasi; Grifasi as producer; what it means to be married to a performance artist; the exposure to Grifasi's worlds of theatre and television; the response to "Mighty lights" as validation; getting signed to CBS; recording at Studio A; her use of live electronics; having the support and resulting momentum of CBS; effects processing units and improvisation; using electronic sound in conjunction with acoustic sound; movement related to playing; other musicians using electronics at that time; using velocity sensors; electronics versus the pure or traditional form of music; feeling the human resonance in electronic sound; her connection to Shirley Muldowney, how she was inspired and the resulting piece "The race"; being inspired by Torvill and Dean and the resulting piece "Ice dancing" ; being a visual thinker; being the first musician commissioned by the NASA Art Team and her concert at the Kennedy Space Center; her exposure and inspiration gained through her relationship with NASA; "Most distant galaxy" being inspired by a press release reporting on the furthest galaxy ever found; concerts in planetariums; NASA's influence on her playing; movement as a process, not a product; improvisers and their kinship to Jackson Pollock's paintings; fractal energies; spatial acoustics; the suite "Rediscovery" written in residency at NASA; translating movement techniques to a section of musicians to enhance or change the aural sensation; movement in jazz; awareness of stage presence and performing; the piece "Sixteen sunsets"; taking advantage of the balconies at Town Hall; how sounds bend and move; her album "The red quartets"; being a performance-oriented composer; getting looser and expanding ranges with age; playing with Fred Hersch, Mark Dresser and Bobby Previte; her ideas about ballads and old standards; passing sound around a quartet; the connection between idea and written materials; "Five full fathoms" inspired by Jackson Pollock; pre and post production sensory experience of movement; what is seen on paper for "Chagall" and "Five full fathoms"; her compositional process; her love of the rehearsal process; studying Bach chorales; the line-writing process; her passion for drums and drummers; "A more beautiful question" as stark melody to be followed, inspired by Laura Nyro and "New York tendaberry"; her work with dancers Richard Bull and Carmen De Lavallade; the Pilobolus Dance Company; the Improvisational Dance Ensemble; her collaborations with Carmen De Lavallade; commissions and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation; presentation of the Duke commissioned work leading to her Guggenheim Fellowship; working with a new format; M'Lumbo and "Unconscious forces"; what is to come including moving away from the quartet and ambiguity leading to her next project; her interest in neuroscience and dream thought11ocn862059928bookTorvill & Dean : face the music world tour : [theatre program], 1994, [Adelaide Entertainment Centre]Souvenir program for the Australian tour which includes performances in Adelaide11ocn082708748visu19981.00Dance nightExcerpts from an evening-long presentation of dance programs and films, old and new, interspersed with shorter sequences (among them the series My first dance lesson and Best ballroom) and comedy and dancing by the hosts. Running times are provided only for the featured programs. Two films announced by the hosts, Strictly ballroom and A chorus line, do not appear on this recording+-+7404601535+-+7404601535Fri Mar 21 15:09:57 EDT 2014batch27511