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The Cleveland Orchestra : One man's triumph

Author: George SzellNathan KrollRafael DruianLouis LaneJames LevineAll authors
Publisher: Pleasantville, NY : VAI, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
Database:WorldCat
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Profiles Szell and his relationship with the Cleveland Orchestra. Among the highlights are segments showing Szell rehearsing the orchestra in works of Brahms, Berg, and Beethoven. Includes an interview and a segment in which Szell coaches three "apprentice conductors," among them a young James Levine. The program ends with footage of Szell and the orchestra in performance, playing the final movement of Beethoven's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: George Szell
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: George Szell; Nathan Kroll; Rafael Druian; Louis Lane; James Levine; Michael Charry; Stephen Portman; Irving Kolodin; Donald Voorhees; Johannes Brahms; Alban Berg; Ludwig van Beethoven; Cleveland Orchestra.
OCLC Number: 148217905
Notes: "A portrait of the conductor and his orchestra from the Archives of the Bell Telephone Hour"--Container.
"A production of Henry Jaffe Enterprises for the Bell System."
Originally produced for the Bell Telephone Hour television series.
Mono.
Chapter index ([2] p.) included.
VAI: VAI DVD 4271 (on container spine: 4271).
Performer(s): Cleveland Orchestra ; George Szell, conductor ; narration written and spoken by Irving Kolodin ; introductions by Donald Voorhees.
Event notes: Filmed in Severance Hall, Cleveland in 1966.
Description: 1 videodisc (55 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: Opening credits and introduction (1:42) --
Academic festival overture / Brahms (rehearsal) (11:42) --
Violin concerto / Berg (with Rafael Druian) (rehearsal) (6:26) --
George Szell and Louis Lane discuss a recording (3:33) --
George Szell with three young conductors (James Levine, Michael Charry, Stephen Portman) (7:11) --
Symphony no. 5. Allegro con brio (rehearsal) (7:51) ; Andante con moto (rehearsal) (5:46) ; Allegro (concert performance) (9:37) --
Closing credits (1:25).
Other Titles: One man's triumph
George Szell &The Cleveland Orchestra
Bell Telephone hour (Television program)
Responsibility: directed [and] produced by Nathan Kroll.

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Profiles Szell and his relationship with the Cleveland Orchestra. Among the highlights are segments showing Szell rehearsing the orchestra in works of Brahms, Berg, and Beethoven. Includes an interview and a segment in which Szell coaches three "apprentice conductors," among them a young James Levine. The program ends with footage of Szell and the orchestra in performance, playing the final movement of Beethoven's Fifth symphony.

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