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The 1950 film version of Menotti's supernatural thriller. Sung in English by Marie Powers, Anna Maria Alberghetti, and Leo Coleman. The Rome Radio Italiana Orchestra is conducted by Thomas Schippers. This adaptation of the opera includes more than thirty minutes of additional scenes and music which Menotti wrote specifically for the film. (Black and white. Total running time approx. 80')

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172941
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Documentary on Paul Tortelier {1914-1990} offering an intimate look into the musical life and philosophy of the cellist. Also includes full performance footage of concerti by C.P.E. Bach {Concerto No.3 With the Zurich Chamber Orchestra/ Edmund de Stoutz}, Dvorak {with Collegium Musicum Basel/ Albert E. Kaiser} and Elgar {with Orchestre de la Suisse Romande/ Armin Jordan} plus Tchaikovsky's Rococo Variations {with Zurich Symphony Orchestra/ Daniel Schweizer} and excerpts from Tortelier's 'Mon Cirque'. (Color. Playing time approx. 51' [documentary] plus 135' [performances])

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172940
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'An original made-for-TV musical, produced and directed by Max Liebman. Holiday tells the story of Nell Valentine [Doretta Morrow], a young schoolteacher who breaks the routine of her everyday life to embark on a European adventure. Nell meets and falls in love with the mysterious Ray Brinton [Keith Andes], another American apparently on vacation, whose past poses an obstacle to their romance. The cast includes a rare dramatic and musical performance by Kitty Carlisle as Ray's estranged wife Adele, as well as cameo appearances by Tammy Grimes and Jacques d’Amboise. Cast: Nell Valentine: Doretta Morrow, Ray Brinton: Keith Andes, Adele Brinton: Kitty Carlisle, with Jacques d’Amboise, Tammy Grimes, and George Irving Featured Dancers: Bambi Linn and Rod Alexander. Lyrics by Edward Eager, book by William Friedberg and Neil Simon. Live telecast of June 9, 1956'. (Black and white. Total playing time approx. 90', including original commercials)

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172939
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1 g
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'Dan Dailey and Gale Sherwood star in this treasure from the golden age of live television. Paris in the Springtime is an original musical produced by Max Liebman’s creative team. As late as December 24, 1955, The Cat and the Fiddle [a 1931 Kern-Harbach musical] was announced for the live telecast of January 21, 1956. However, a copyright issue arose suddenly and another musical had to be found — or invented. In short order, Liebman’s script writers William Friedberg and Neil Simon came up with a story of an acting troupe seeking artistic acclaim in Paris. Under the musical direction of Irwin Kostal [who would later create orchestrations for such legendary shows as West Side Story and The Music Man], the score was assembled from the songbooks of Gershwin, Rodgers, Porter, Arlen, Styne, and more. The result is a delightfully satisfying and varied show that brilliantly showcases the talents of the sparkling cast of film, theatre, and cabaret greats: Dailey, Sherwood, Helen Gallagher, Jack Whiting, Carleton Carpenter, and Geneviève. An historical footnote: the Arlen-Harburg classic 'Down With Love' is here sung by Jack Whiting, who introduced the song on Broadway in 1937, in the show 'Hooray for What!' '. (Black and white. Total playing time approx. 86', including original commercials)

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172938
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Show music, including selections from The Music Man, Camelot, South Pacific, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, No Strings, and Milk and Honey. Additional songs include 'He’s Gone Away', 'Don’t Ask Me Why', 'Merry Widow Waltz', 'It Was Good Enough for Grandma', 'I’ll Walk Alone', 'They’re Either Too Young or Too Old' et al. Ms. Cook is joined in various numbers by Robert Goulet, Alfred Drake, Anita Gillette, and the Buffalo Bills. (Color / Black and white. Total running time approx. 50')

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172937
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Antonio Carlos Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes collaborated on such renowned standards as Girl from Ipanema, Desafinado, and Felicidade. This program, recorded for Swiss Television in 1978, features Jobim and Vinicius performing their bossa nova hits, plus songs by Chico Buarque de Holanda, Toquinho, Baden Powell, and others. They are joined by the composer and guitarist Toquinho and vocalist Miúcha.. For a complete listing, please visit the VAI website: http://www.vaimusic.com/product/4487.html (Color. Total playing time approx. 54')

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172936
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A collection of performances by stars of American Ballet Theatre and New York City Ballet, including Jacques d’Amboise, Allegra Kent, Lupe Serrano, Royes Fernandez, Violette Verdy, Andre Eglevsky, Melissa Hayden, as well as international dancers Alicia Alonso and Mia Slavenska. Highlights include New York City Ballet’s production of George Balanchine’s ballet Square Dance, featuring the cast of the 1957 premiere, which included a square dance caller; the rarely performed Pas de Quatre with an all-star cast; the Rose Adagio Scene from Sleeping Beauty [choreographed by Eglevsky]; scenes from Giselle and Sylvia et al. For a complete listing, please visit the VAI website: http://www.vaimusic.com/product/4581.html (Color. Total playing time approx. 68')

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172935
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includes Nocturne [Plisetskaya and Verdishev], Don Quixote [Maximova and Vasiliev], The Flower Festival in Genzano [Paliy and Malakhov], Grand Pas Classique [Timashova and Gorbatsevich] et al. For a complete listing, please visit the VAI website: http://www.vaimusic.com/product/4532.html (Color. Total playing time approx. 95')

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172934
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Among the highlights in this collection are the 'Polovetsian Dances' from Prince Igor, the 'Partisans' in which the dancers glide across the stage with their bodies ridgidly immobile, and 'Gauchos'. For a complete listing, please visit the VAI website: http://www.vaimusic.com/product/4460.html (Color. Total playing time approx. 102')

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172933
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Includes Spartacus [Vasiliev], Don Quixote [Semenyaka and Baryshnikov], Swan Lake - Black Swan pas de deux [Tayakina and Kovtun], The Fountain of Bakhchisarai [Kolpakova and Selutsky] et al. For a complete listing, please visit the VAI website: http://www.vaimusic.com/product/4533.html (Color. Total playing time approx. 97')

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172932
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Florence Henderson stars in this collection of over forty Christmas favorites, from Carols to Classical to Pop songs such as The Holly and the Ivy, Away in a Manger, Adeste Fidelis, The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire) and Santa Claus is Coming to Town. Other performers include Gianna d'Angelo, Phyllis Curtin, Lisa Della Casa, Anita Gillette, Mildred Miller, Sherrill Milnes, Giorgio Tozzi, Earl Wrightson, Bruce Yarnell, and the Buffalo Bills. All with the Bell Telephone Hour Orchestra and Chorus/ Donald Voorhees. Color Approximate playing time 107')

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172931
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The Four Temperaments [choreography by George Balanchine; Music by Paul Hindemith; featured performers include Carol Sumner, William Weslow, Marnee Morris et al. Corps de ballet of New York City Ballet. Recorded 1964]; Ivesiana [choreography by George Balanchine; Music by Charles Ives; featured performers include Sara Leland, Francisco Moncion, Suki Schorer et al. Corps de ballet of New York City Ballet. Recorded 1964]; Afternoon of a Faun [choreography by Jerome Robbins; Music by Claude Debussy; performed by Tanaquil Le Clercq and Jacques d'Amboise. Recorded 1955]. (Black and white. Total running time approx. 65')

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172929
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Brahms, Piano Concerto No.1; Song of Destiny, Op.54 for Chorus and Orchestra {Gerhard Oppitz, piano. Cologne Radio Chorus and Cologne Radio Orchestra/ Michael Gielen}; Double Concerto for Violin and Cello {with Mark Kaplan, violin and David Geringas, cello}; Piano Quartet No.1 {orchestrated by Arnold Schoenberg}; Tragic Overture; Variations on a Theme of Haydn; The Four Symphonies {SWR Sinfonie Orchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg/ Michael Gielen. (Recorded 1989-2005. Total time: 318'35')

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172928
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5 g
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Titles: I'm Nothing Without You; Me and My Shadow; Old Friend; A Foggy Day; So in Love; Old Devil Moon; The Time Has Come; I'm Checkin' Out - Goombye; The Power of Two; I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter; I Get Along Without You Very Well / Don't Get Around Much Anymore; We Kiss in a Shadow; Salt and Pepper / I'm Nothing Without You; If I Can Dream; Someone to Watch Over Me. (Total time: 53'01')

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172927
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Bass arias from operas by Verdi {Ernani; Simon Boccanegra; Nabucco; Les Vepres siciliennes; Don Carlos}, Rossini {Le Comte Ory; The Barber of Seville}, Berlioz {The Damnation of Faust}, Meyerbeer {two arias from Robert le Diable} and Donizetti {Lucrezia Borgia}. (With Munich Radio Orchestra/ Jacques Delacote. Total time: 63')

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172926
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Songs by Christos Hatzis [b.1953], Emily Doolittle [b.1972], Alasdair MacLean [b.1955] and John Plant [b.1945]. (Suzie LeBlanc, soprano with the Blue Engine String Quartet and the Elizabeth Bishop Players/ Dinuk Wijeratne. Total time: 66'. Also includes a 36' DVD featuring the documentary 'Walking with EB', produced by Linda Rae Dornan)

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172923
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