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A labyrinth of time

Author: Elliott CarterHelen Jones CarterFrank SchefferMichaël ZeemanCharles RosenAll authors
Publisher: [New York, N.Y.] : Idéale Audience International, [2006] 2006
Series: Juxtapositions, 8.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : Biography : NTSC color broadcast system   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Shows composer Elliott Carter's musical development using New York City as a metaphor for our democratic society. Daniel Barenboim, Charles Rosen and Pierre Boulez give their views on Carter's music.
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Genre/Form: Documentary films
Biographical films
Biography
Named Person: Elliott Carter; Elliott Carter
Material Type: Biography, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material, Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elliott Carter; Helen Jones Carter; Frank Scheffer; Michaël Zeeman; Charles Rosen; Daniel Barenboim; Pierre Boulez; Huub Kerstens; Matthias Bamert; Ursula Oppens; Alain Damiens; Stefan Asbury; Lucy Shelton; Ed Spanjaard; Susan Narucki; Rotterdams Conservatorium (Netherlands). Chorus.; Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest.; Ensemble intercontemporain.; Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin.; Ensemble Sospeso.; Nieuw Ensemble.; Allegri Film.; Nederlandse Programma Stichting.; Idéale Audience International.
OCLC Number: 76875780
Language Note: In English, with optional subtitles in English, French, German, Spanish, Dutch or Japanese.
Notes: Film produced in 2004.
Extras: Booklet with essay, discography, biographies in English and photos ; chapter access, video catalogue, DVD-ROM section with multilingual booklet files. Bonus: Ring, a short feature by Frank Scheffer.
Credits: Scenario by Frank Scheffer and Michaël Zeeman ; camera by Melle van Essen ; edited by Riekje Ziengs ; sound mix by Harold Talving ; produced and directed by Frank Scheffer.
Performer(s): Elliott Carter, Helen Jones-Carter ; Charles Rosen and others ; Rotterdam Conservatory Chamber Choir, conducted by Huub Kerstens ; Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Matthias Bamert, conductor, Ursula Oppens, piano ; Ensemble Intercontemporain, Pierre Boulez, conductor, Alain Damiens, clarinet ; Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin, Daniel Barenboim, conductor, libretto by Paul Griffiths ; Ensemble Sospeso, Stefan Asbury, conductor; Lucy Shelton, soprano ; Nieuw Ensemble, Ed Spanjaard, conductor, Susan Narucki, soprano.
Description: 1 videodisc (90 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (11 pages : color illustrations ; 18 cm.)
Details: DVD-9; Dolby digital 2.0; aspect ratio 4:3; all regions; will play on NTSC-compatible setups only.
Contents: Introduction of Elliott and Helen Carter --
The changeable and varied human being --
The experience of time --
The past and the beginning of modernism --
The new composers --
The study with Nadia Boulanger in Paris --
The synthesis of Schoenberg and Stravinsky --
The development of rhythm --
The Eisenstein's film 'Battleship Potemkin" and the musician as an individual --
The piano concerto and the Berlin Wall --
The clarinet concerto and the composer Pierre Boulez --
The sculptor Helen Jones Carter --
The Brooklyn Bridge --
The present and the opera 'What next?' --
The future and 'A mirror on which to dwell'.
Series Title: Juxtapositions, 8.
Other Titles: Ring.
Elliott Carter :
Responsibility: a film by Frank Scheffer ; produced by Allegri Films ; co-produced by NPS.

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Shows composer Elliott Carter's musical development using New York City as a metaphor for our democratic society. Daniel Barenboim, Charles Rosen and Pierre Boulez give their views on Carter's music.

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