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'Still life' at the Penguin Café ; [and] The Penguin Café Orchestra

Author: David BintleySimon JeffesHayden GriffinJohn B ReadKeith BeckettAll authors
Publisher: U.K. : Decca, ©1987-©1989.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : PAL color broadcast system : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Compilation of two recordings featuring music by Simon Jeffes.
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Genre/Form: Dance
Music
Video
Named Person: Deborah Bull; Guy Niblett; Bruce Sansom; Fiona Brockway; Phillip Broomhead; Jonathan Cope; Stephen Jefferies; Nicola Roberts; Genesia Rosato; Viviana Durante; Gail Taphouse; Sharon McGorian; Nicola Tranah; Rosalyn Whitten; Michael Nunn; Jonathan Burrows; Sergiu Pobereznic; Isaiah Jackson; Simon Jeffes; Jeremy Irons
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: David Bintley; Simon Jeffes; Hayden Griffin; John B Read; Keith Beckett; Andy Harries; Melvyn Bragg; Thames Television, ltd.; London Weekend Television (Firm); RM Arts (Firm); Decca Record Company.
OCLC Number: 82033373
Notes: For accompanying booklet, see *MGZR Bintley, David [clippings].
Description: 1 videocassette (89 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences PAL ; 1/2 in. (VHS)
Contents: 'Still life' at the Penguin Café (ca. 38 min.) / a Portobello Production in association with RM Arts and Thames Television Plc ; directed by Keith Beckett and David Bintley ; produced by Katya Krausova ; executive producer for Thames Television, Ian Martin ; executive producer, Eric Abraham ; choreography, David Bintley ; music, Simon Jeffes ; design, Hayden Griffin ; lighting, John B. Read ; danced by the Royal Ballet: Deborah Bull (Utah longhorn ram), Guy Niblett (ram partner), Bruce Sansom (Texan kangaroo rat), Fiona Brockway (Humboldt's hog-nosed skunk flea), Phillip Broomhead (Southern Cape zebra), Tracy Brown, Jonathan Cope, Michelle di Lorenzo (rainforest people), Stephen Jefferies (Brazilian woolly monkey), Nicola Roberts (the great auk), with Angela Demello, Genesia Rosato, Viviana Durante, Gail Taphouse, Sharon McGorian, Nicola Tranah, Krystyna Parker, Rosalyn Whitten, Rachael Whitbread, Anthony Bourne, Michael Nunn, Jonathan Burrows, Sergiu Pobereznic, Neil Skidmore ; music recorded by the Royal Opera House Orchestra, conducted by Isaiah Jackson ; singer, Margarette Williams ; introduction narrated by Jeremy Irons. The Penguin Café Orchestra: a profile (ca. 51 min.) / an LWT [London Weekend Television] production in association with RM Arts ; directed by Andy Harries ; produced by Paul Tickell ; edited and presented by Melvyn Bragg ; executive producer, Alan Benson ; design, Andrew Gardner ; interviewees, Simon Jeffes, Richard Williams (The Times, London), Helen Liebmann ; music performed by the Penguin Café Orchestra: Simon Jeffes (guitars), Helen Liebmann (cello), Neil Rennie (ukulele), Paul Street (cuatro), Ian Maidman (percussion), Bob Loveday (violin), Geoffrey Richardson (viola), Steve Nye (piano). Musical compositions played include Air, Giles Farnaby's dream, Numbers 1-4, Bean fields, Telephone and rubber band, Music for a found harmonium, Southern juke box music, Oscar tango (accompanied by b&w footage of tango dancers), Prelude and yodel.
Other Titles: Penguin Café Orchestra

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Compilation of two recordings featuring music by Simon Jeffes.

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