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Bernard Haitink at the Royal College of Music, London : Symphony no. 3 in F major, op. 90

Author: Johannes BrahmsBernard HaitinkThomas BluntTimothy HentyKarim SaidAll authors
Publisher: Bristol, England UK : The Masterclass Media Foundation, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Summary: "Bernard Haitink works with six student conductors and the orchestra of the Royal College of Music in London on all four movements of Brahm's Symphony no. 3. Haitink imparts not only his profound insight into the symphony, but also shares with the students a lifetime's experience of conducting." --container.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Johannes Brahms; Bernard Haitink; Bernard Haitink; Johannes Brahms; Bernard Haitink
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Johannes Brahms; Bernard Haitink; Thomas Blunt; Timothy Henty; Karim Said; Leo McFall; Michael Young; Ann-Marie Granau; John Parker; Mischa Scorer; Royal College of Music (Great Britain). Orchestra.; Masterclass Media Foundation.
OCLC Number: 476821406
Language Note: Commentary in English.
Notes: The Masterclass Media Foundation MMF 011.
Film editor, John Parker ; director, Mischa Scorer.
Thomas Blunt, Timothy Henty, Karim Said, Leo McFall, Michael Young, Anne-Marie Granau, conductors ; Royal College of Music Orchestra.
"Conducting masterclass" --container.
Includes a 16-minute interview with Bernard Haitink.
Credits: Film editor, John Parker ; director, Mischa Scorer.
Performer(s): Thomas Blunt, Timothy Henty, Karim Said, Leo McFall, Michael Young, Anne-Marie Granau, conductors ; Royal College of Music Orchestra.
Description: 1 dvd-video (218 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Responsibility: Brahms.

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Summary: "Bernard Haitink works with six student conductors and the orchestra of the Royal College of Music in London on all four movements of Brahm's Symphony no. 3. Haitink imparts not only his profound insight into the symphony, but also shares with the students a lifetime's experience of conducting." --container.

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