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Great music from Chicago videorecordings collection, 1953-1963.

Author: Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Edition/Format:   Image : Videocassette : U-matic : English
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Video recordings of concerts performed by the orchestra and televised primarily on Chicago television station WGN-TV, and performed at various locations including the WGN television studio, Orchestra Hall, the Edgewater Beach Hotel ballroom, and Ravinia Park.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Music
Video recordings
Named Person: Thomas Beecham; John Browning; André Cluytens; Aaron Copland; Arthur Fiedler; Walter Hendl; Paul Hindemith; Byron Janis; Nathan Milstein; Pierre Monteux; Erica Morini; Charles Munch; Leonard Pennario; Roberta Peters; André Previn; Fritz Reiner; Hans Rosbaud; George Schick; Andrés Segovia; Rudolf Serkin; Isaac Stern; Leopold Stokowski; George Szell; William Warfield; Earl Wild
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
OCLC Number: 71128069
Description: 81 videoreels. 205 videocassettes.

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Video recordings of concerts performed by the orchestra and televised primarily on Chicago television station WGN-TV, and performed at various locations including the WGN television studio, Orchestra Hall, the Edgewater Beach Hotel ballroom, and Ravinia Park.

Videos feature orchestra music director Fritz Reiner, associate conductors George Schick and Walter Hendl, and guest conductors and guest artists, including Sir Thomas Beecham, John Browning, André Cluytens, Aaron Copland, Arthur Fiedler, Paul Hindemith, Byron Janis, Nathan Milstein, Pierre Monteux, Erica Morini, Charles Munch, Leonard Pennario, Roberta Peters, André Previn, Hans Rosbaud, Andrés Segovia, Rudolf Serkin, Isaac Stern, Leopold Stokowski, George Szell, William Warfield, and Earl Wild. The collection consists of 88 separate programs, on various or multiple formats, each lasting almost an hour. The video recordings generally include prefatory notes by an announcer, with two to three musical works interspersed with intermission material, whether it be information about the pieces or interviews with the artists. Other entities represented include the Ravinia Festival Association.

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