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Aaron Copland : music in the 20's

Author: Aaron CoplandDavid M DavisSylvia MarloweDavid TudorPaul JacobsAll authors
Publisher: West Long Branch, NJ : Kultur, [2011] ©1965
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A series of 12 30-minute lectures and performances commissioned by National Educational Television and presented by composer Aaron Copland.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Television programs
Documentary television programs
Nonfiction television programs
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Aaron Copland; David M Davis; Sylvia Marlowe; David Tudor; Paul Jacobs; Tossy Spivakovsky; Beverly Sills; Lotte Lenya; Donald Gramm; Sarah Caldwell; Milton Rosenstock; Igor Stravinsky; Juilliard String Quartet,; WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.),; National Educational Television and Radio Center,; Kultur International Films.
ISBN: 0769791417 9780769791418
OCLC Number: 754143147
Language Note: Narration in English.
Notes: Title from container.
Contents listing (1 folded sheet : illustrations) inserted in container.
Performer(s): Aaron Copland, presenter ; Featuring Sylvia Marlowe, David Tudor, Paul Jacobs, Tossy Spivakovsky, Juilliard String Quartet, instrumentalists ; Beverly Sills, Lotte Lenya, Donald Gramm, vocalists ; Aaron Copland, Sarah Caldwell, Milton Rosenstock, Igor Stravinsky, conductors.
Event notes: Recorded in 1964 November and 1965 Janunary at WGBH, Boston. Originally broadcast in 1965.
Description: 3 DVDs (5 hr., 48 min.) : black and white
Details: DVD NTSC, region 1; soundtrack in Dolby 2.0; aspect ratio 4:3, full screen; Dolby Digital.
Contents: Program 1. Background, 1910-1919 (Pierrot lunaire. Sections 1, 4, 11, 12, 18, 21) / Schoenberg. L'histoire du soldat / Stravinsky) --
Program 2. Paris, Les six (Mouvements perpétuels. 1st movement ; Valse from the Album of the Six (portion) / Poulenc. Concertino for piano and orchestra / Honegger) --
Program 3. Jazz and jazz influence (La création du monde / Darius Milhaud) --
Program 4. Neo-classicism (Pulcinella suite. Vivo / Igor Stravinsky. Concerto for harpsichord / Manuel de Falla) --
Program 5. Central Europe, 12-tone revolution (Lyric suite. 2nd and 3rd movements / Alban Berg. Quartet, opus 22 / Anton Webern) --
Program 6. New movements in opera (Havanna song : from The rise and fall of the city of Mahagonny ; Surabaya Johnny : from Happy end / Kurt Weill. Hin und zurück / Paul Hindemith) --
Program 7. Nationalism, European style (Second sonata for violin and piano. 2nd movement / Béla Bartók) --
Program 8. Nationalism, New World style (Suite for voice and violin. 3rd movement / Heitor Villa-Lobos. Music for the theatre. Prologue and burlesque / Aaron Copland) --
Program 9. New faces (3rd string quartet, opus 22. 3rd and 5th movements / Paul Hindemith. Quintet, opus 39. 1st movement / Sergei Prokofiev) --
Program 10. American music in the 20's (Concerto for piano, clarinet, and string quartet / Roy Harris. Four saints in three acts. Pigeons in the grass, alas ; Procession of the saints / Virgil Thomson) --
Program 11. Experimental attitudes 1 (The unanswered question ; Two little flowers ; Serenity ; Charlie Rutledge / Charles Ives. Portals : for string orchestra / Carl Ruggles) --
Program 12. Experimental attitudes 2 (The wild man's dance / Leo Ornstein. Advertisement ; Banshee ; Aeolian harp ; Tiger / Henry Cowell. Ionization / Edgar Varèse).
Other Titles: Music in the 20's
Music in the twenties
Responsibility: a production of WGBH-TV, Boston, for National Educational Television ; produced and directed by David M. Davis.

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A series of 12 30-minute lectures and performances commissioned by National Educational Television and presented by composer Aaron Copland.

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