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Author: Donald Ginsberg; Herbert Whittaker; National Film Board of Canada.
Publisher: Canada : National Film Board of Canada, 1959.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videocassette : NTSC color broadcast system : U-matic   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Discussion of the current state of the arts in Canada, as viewed from different perspectives. The interviewees, mostly Canadian-born, represent the worlds of opera, ballet, jazz, and theater ; some work in Canada, others abroad. Among the topics discussed are the availability of arts training and opportunities (or the lack thereof) in Canada ; the development of a Canadian audience for the arts ; projections for  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Video
Named Person: Teresa Stratas; Léopold Simoneau; Pierrette Alarie; Celia Franca; David Adams; Oscar Peterson; John Drainie; Christopher Plummer; Jean Gascon; Frances Hyland; David Adams; Pierrette Alarie; John Drainie; Celia Franca; Jean Gascon; Frances Hyland; Oscar Peterson; Christopher Plummer; Léopold Simoneau; Teresa Stratas
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Donald Ginsberg; Herbert Whittaker; National Film Board of Canada.
OCLC Number: 50106896
Credits: Photography, François Seguillon, André Kaufman.
Performer(s): Interviewees: Teresa Stratas, Léopold Simoneau, Pierrette Alarie, Celia Franca, David Adams, Oscar Peterson, John Drainie, Christopher Plummer, Jean Gascon, Frances Hyland.
Interviewer: Herbert Whittaker.
Description: 1 videocassette (59 min.) : sd., b&w NTSC ; 1/2 in. (VHS)
Responsibility: produced by the National Film Board of Canada ; by Frank Lalor ; directed by Donald Ginsberg ; produced by David Bairstow.

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Discussion of the current state of the arts in Canada, as viewed from different perspectives. The interviewees, mostly Canadian-born, represent the worlds of opera, ballet, jazz, and theater ; some work in Canada, others abroad. Among the topics discussed are the availability of arts training and opportunities (or the lack thereof) in Canada ; the development of a Canadian audience for the arts ; projections for future performing arts companies and schools in Canada.

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