Leonard Bernstein's young people's concerts with the New York Philharmonic
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Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts with the Philharmonic stand among his greatest achievements. These televised programs introduced an entire generation to the joys of classical music from 1958-1973.
Broadcast to millions in America and abroad, the immensely popular series was the winner of multiple Emmy, Peabody and Edison awards. Now this national treasure is available for the first time on DVD in a Special Collector's Edition 9-disc set that contains 25 programs from the Young People's Concert Series.
ContentsDisc 1. What does music mean? ; What is American music? ; What is orchestration?
Disc 2. What makes music symphonic? ; What is classical music? ; Humor in music
Disc 3. What is a concerto? ; Who is Gustav Mahler? ; Folk music in the concert hall
Disc 4. What is Impressionism? Happy Birthday, Igor Stravinsky. What is a melody?
Disc 5. The Latin American spirit ; Jazz in the concert hall ; What is sonata form?
Disc 6. A tribute to Sibelius ; Musical atoms : a study of intervals ; The sound of an orchestra
Disc 7. A birthday tribute to Shostakovich ; What is a mode? ; A toast to Vienna in 3/4 time
Disc 8. Quiz-concert : how musical are you? ; Berlioz takes a trip ; Two ballet birds
Disc 9. Fidelio : a celebration of life.
Educational television programs.
Concert television programs.
|Publisher|| West Long Branch, NJ :Kultur Video,2004
|Edition||Special collector's ed., full screen.|
|Other Titles|| Young people's concerts (Television program)
Young people's concerts
1918-1990, narrator, conductor.
Englander, Roger, producer, director.
Dubin, Charles, director.
New York Philharmonic, performer.
CBS Television Network, production company.
Leonard Bernstein Office, Inc.
New York Philharmonic ; Leonard Bernstein, narrator and conductor.
Produced and directed by Roger Englander; episodes 1-3 directed by Charles S. Dubin.
Originally televised 1958-1970; originally released as a compilation in 1990.
Episode guide (18 p. : ports.) inserted in container.
DVD; all regions; full screen 4:3; Dolby digital 5.1, Dolby 2.0.
9 videodiscs (approximately 1500 min.) : sound, black and white and color ; 4 3/4 in.