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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Sergey Prokofiev; Mark Mobley; Robert W Cross; Eric Crozier; Peter Schickele; JoAnn Falletta; Barbara A Vierow; Benjamin Britten; Camille Saint-Saëns; Virginia Chamber Players.; Virginia Symphony.; National Public Radio (U.S.)
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"The Prokofiev classic presented by NPR's All Things Considered with Carnival of the Animals and The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra."--Cover of insert.
Musical recordings with narration in the format of a news broadcast from National Public Radio's "All Things Considered" (1st work), a broadcast of NPR's "Performance Today" (2nd work), and a broadcast of NPR's "Weekend All Things Considered" (3rd work).
Narrated by various reporters and hosts of National Public Radio.
Recording has brief "National Public Radio" identification at the end of track 3.
|Credits:||Producer, Mark Mobley ; executive producers, Robert W. Cross and Benjamin K. Roe ; project manager, Barbara A. Vierow.|
|Performer(s):||Robert Siegel, Linda Wertheimer, Ann Taylor, Sylvia Poggioli, Daniel Schorr, Steve Inskeep, Mara Liasson, Susan Stamberg, Peter Sagal, Fred Child, Scott Simon, Nina Totenberg, Bob Edwards, Liane Hansen, Lisa Simeone, JoAnn Falletta, Virginia Symphony, Virginia Chamber Players.|
|Event notes:||Saint-Saens recorded May 2, 1998 at Chandler Recital Hall, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia. Britten and Prokofiev recorded May 13, 1999 at Chrysler Hall, Norfolk, Virginia.|
|Description:||1 sound disc (73 min.) : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Peter and the wolf / Sergei Prokofiev ; text by Mark Mobley, after Prokofiev (28:37) --
The young person's guide to the orchestra / Benjamin Britten ; text by Eric Crozier (17:58) --
Carnival of the animals / Camille Saint-Saens ; text by Peter Schickele (26:05).
|Series Title:||NPR classics.|
|Other Titles:||Young person's guide to the orchestra.
Carnaval des animaux.
Peti︠a︡ i volk.
All things considered (Radio program)
NPR's Performance today.
Weekend all things considered (Radio program)
|Responsibility:||Sergei Prokofiev ; text by Mark Mobley, after Prokofiev.|