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Fri Mar 21 17:10:38 2014 UTClccn-n911206600.00Spillemand på en tagryg0.261.00God's favorite41026276Maria_Karnilovan 911206603066366Dovgolenko, MariaKarniloff, MariaKarnilovic Dovgolenko, Marialccn-n84043615Stein, Josephlbtlccn-n83042588Bock, Jerrycmplccn-n50007983Mostel, Zero1915-1977prflccn-no92012147Arthur, Beatriceprflccn-n81090587Harnick, Sheldonprflyrlccn-no00053083Greene, Miltoncndprflccn-n79011119Sholem Aleichem1859-1916lccn-n50047986Loewe, Frederick1901-1988cmplccn-n81098962Drake, Alfred1914-1992prfvoclccn-n85085806Moorehead, Agnes1906-1974prfvocKarnilova, MariaDramaMotion picture musicStories, plots, etcMusicFictionIllustrationsMusical settingsMusicalsMusicals--LibrettosMusicalsMusicals--ExcerptsMotion picture musicJews--Social life and customsUkraineSholem Aleichem,Fathers and daughtersMan-woman relationshipsJewish familiesMotion picture music--ExcerptsMusicals--Excerpts, ArrangedPopular musicRevuesUnited StatesJazzOperas--LibrettosJews, RussianDramaFilm soundtracksJews, East EuropeanMotion picture playsLa Guardia, Fiorello H.--(Fiorello Henry),Rothschild familyRecorded accompanimentsEnglandKarnilova, MariaTheater programsAmerican Ballet TheatreMusicals--Vocal scores without accompanimentMotion picture music--Excerpts, ArrangedKaye, Nora,Adams, Diana,Alonso, Alicia,JewsYiddish language--Study and teaching--Audio-visual aidsBallet Russe de Monte CarloDolin, Anton,Hayden, MelissaYouskevitch, Igor,Tallchief, MariaRobbins, JeromeNew York (State)--New YorkBaronova, IrinaGollner, NanaMagallanes, NicholasGiselle (Choreographic work : Dolin after Coralli and Perrot)Romeo and Juliet (Choreographic work : Tudor)Manners and customsNew York City Ballet1920200119481960196219641965196619681969197119731974197519791980198219841985198619871988198919901992199319941999200120032009201024614192782.81ML50.B6745ocn016695575ocn009034773ocn052864390ocn003026595ocn003411332ocn316838246ocn020053902ocn006472256ocn019597484ocn435641553ocn032302641ocn762672226ocn661552223ocn658729565ocn765504346ocn081347474164225ocn016695575rcrd19640.23Bock, JerryFiddler on the roof original Broadway castMusicDramaMotion picture musicMusicalsTevye is a poor Jewish milkman with five unmarried daughters to support in a village in Czarist Russia. With a sharp tongued wife at home and growing anti-Semitism in the village, Tevye talks to God about his troubles. His people's traditions keep him strong when his existence is as precariously balanced as a fiddler on the roof33317ocn003411332rcrd19680.28Kander, JohnZorbá original Broadway cast2313ocn032302641rcrd19730.27Loewe, FrederickGigi original motion picture soundtrackMotion picture musicComplete motion picture soundtrack of the 1958 musical film Gigi, with the addition of three bonus tracks1412ocn003026595rcrd19730.39Loewe, FrederickGigi from the Broadway musical Gigi394ocn006472256rcrd19730.20Loewe, FrederickGigi the original Broadway cast recording161ocn019597484rcrd19690.84Zorbá ; Canterbury tales ; Celebration the original broadway cast recordings91ocn028679701rcrd19620.66Schafer, MiltonBravo Giovanni71ocn430193078book19751.00God's favoriteEugene O'Neill Theatre, Emanuel Azenberg and Eugine V. Wolsk present Vincent Gardenia, Charles Nelson Reilly, and Maria Karnilova in Neil Simon's new comedy "God's Favorite," with Terry Kiser, Rosetta LeNoire, Lawrence John Moss, Laura Esterman, and Nick LaTour, directed by Michael Bennett, settings by William Ritman, costumes by Joseph G. Aulisi, and lighting by Tharon Musser41ocn003451724rcrd0.81Kogos, FredInstant Yiddish31ocn762672226rcrd20100.47Strauss, JohannDie Fledermaus32ocn642520151book19680.29Kander, JohnZorbáImperial Theatre, Harold Prince (in association with Ruth Mitchell) presents Herschel Bernardi, Maria Karnilova in "Zorbá," a musical, with John Cunningham, Carmen Alvarez, James Luisi, Paul Michael, Al de Sio, Loukas Skipitaris, Alex Petrides, Lewis Gundunas, Joseph Alfasa, Jemela Oma, and Lorraine Serabian, book by Joseph Stein, music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, adapted from "Zorba the Greek," by Nikos Kazantzakis, choreographed by Ronald Field, scenic production designed by Boris Aronson, costumes by Patricia Zipprodt, lighting by Richard Pilbrow, musical direction by Harold Hastings, orchestrations by Don Walker, dance music arranged by Dorothea Freitag, production directed by Harold Prince33ocn144657612rcrd19661.00Karnilova, MariaInterview with Maria KarnilovaWalter Terry introduces Maria Karnilova, former ballet dancer, and successful Broadway dancer and actress. Miss Karnilova discusses her background: her ballet training at the Metropolitan Opera, early nightclub work; her roles with Ballet Theatre, especially in the ballets of Antony Tudor; breaking out of a dormant period through her role in Donald Saddler's Winesburg, Ohio; the use of her dance training in her acting in commercial theater; versatility vs. specialization for the performing artist; her future plans21ocn459449005rcrdBock, JerrySpillemand på en tagryg22ocn661552223rcrdYou gotta have a gimmick11ocn080089894rcrd19861.00Lucia Chase Memorial [sound recording]11ocn733769951book19860.23Bock, JerryFiddler on the roofFictionMusical settingsMusicIllustrationsDramaStories, plots, etcTevye is a poor Jewish milkman with five unmarried daughters to support in a village in Czarist Russia. With a sharp tongued wife at home and growing anti-Semitism in the village, Tevye talks to God about his troubles. His people's traditions keep him strong when his existence is as precariously balanced as a fiddler on the roof11ocn144662261mix1.00Karnilova, MariaCorrespondence and contracts11ocn122610173mix19841.00Alicia's Cuba11ocn789664509book19481.00Call me mister11ocn028682098rcrd19751.00[A segment from Sixty Minutes following the writer, director and cast of God's favorites, to New Haven through opening night on Broadway]11ocn082566144rcrd19791.00Lyon, AnnabelleInterview with Annabelle LyonCassette 5. Recorded May 2 and 11, 1979. Ms. Lyon discusses the American Ballet Theatre's first tour to Mexico City; the influx of Russian dancers; touring in the United States during World War II; rehearsing Tudor's Pillar of fire and developing the character of the younger sister; Tudor's directorial process; her difficulties dancing in Fokine's Spectre de la rose; dancing in Massine's Aleko; Massine's rehearsal process; painter Marc Chagall; the second tour to Mexico; her last contact with Fokine; Tudor's Romeo and Juliet; leaving American Ballet Theatre; dancers Maria Karnilova, Nana Gollner, Sono Osato, and Muriel Bentley; Jerome Robbins; John Kriza; working with De Mille on her Carousel and Allegro; studying with Hanya Holm; acting in The pregnant beetle; teaching children; rehearsing the musical Juno; and learning Irish dances11ocn051283111visu20011.00Remembering Marusha celebrating the life of Maria KarnilovaBiographyInterviewsMemorial in honor of Maria Karnilova (d. April 20, 2001), a dancer and actor whose long and varied career included performances with the Metropolitan Opera Ballet, Ballet Theatre in its early years, Broadway musicals (including several works by Jerome Robbins), plays, and operas. She is remembered as a performer and private person by colleagues, creative collaborators, and friends, as well as her doctor Ted Tyberg, her children Katherine and Alexander, and her husband George S. Irving. A film clip from The unsinkable Molly Brown (1964) shows her in a dance number with Debbie Reynolds and other cast members. In a video of a performance at Lucille Lortel's White Barn Theatre in Westport, Conn., in 1997, Karnilova performs dance and song duets with her husband, as well as her solo from "You gotta have a gimmick" from the musical Gypsy. Songwriter John Kander performs "Love, give me love," and George Irving is heard in the song "To my wife," recorded especially for this occasion. The visual material on this tape includes many posters, programs, and still photographs spanning Karnilova's life and career11ocn081515780visu1.00[Dance films by Ann Barzel]Compilation of excerpts from ten ballets presented by Ballet Theatre and Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo11ocn036089682visu19871.00Dance on: Maria KarnilovaMaria Karnilova, former prima ballerina with the Metropolitan Opera and member of Ballet Theatre, looks back upon her career11ocn082637337visu19991.00Broadway celebrates Jerome RobbinsAnecdotesMemorial for Jerome Robbins, recalling his achievements as a dancer, choreographer and director. Most of the speakers worked with him on Broadway musicals as creative collaborators or performers, although his work with Ballet Theatre and New York City Ballet is also recalled. The speakers reminisce about Robbins as a private person and in professional life. The speeches are interspersed with pre-recorded video sequences containing interviews with Robbins and others, still photographs, musical excerpts, and excerpts from stage and film performances. Among the works discussed are the ballet Fancy free ; the musicals On the town, Billion dollar baby, High button shoes, Peter Pan, Look, ma, I'm dancin', The king and I, West side story, Fiddler on the roof, Jerome Robbins' Broadway ; the plays Mother Courage, Oh Dad, poor Dad ... The program ends with the song "Somewhere" from West side story, sung by original cast members and others11ocn048751443art20011.00Willis, Cheryl MTransitionsFri Mar 21 15:19:28 EDT 2014batch17858