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Documentary No. 1: 'Mahler's Titan: The Romance, Death and Triumph of a Young Musician' - details the extraordinary circumstances around which Mahler wrote what many consider the greatest first symphony of any composer. Documentary No. 2: 'On Mahler's Songs of a Wayfarer' - reveals the personal romantic turmoil that inspired the composer’s first masterpiece. (Musical examples in both films are performed by the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Neeme Järvi; Thomas Hampson sings the Wayfarer Songs. Approximate running times: 69' {'Titan'} and 29' {'Wayfarer'})

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Xiaogang Ye, Winter I, Op. 28. Giuseppe Verdi, The Four Seasons [Ballet music from the opera I Vespri Siciliani]. Alexander Glazunov, The Four Seasons, Op. 67. J.S. Bach, Air, from Orchestral Suite No. 3. Manuel de Falla, Ritual Fire Dance from 'El Amor Brujo'. Georges Bizet, Farandole from L'Arlésienne Suite No. 2. (RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland/ José Serebrier. Live Concert Performance, July 23, 2017 at China National Centre for the Performing Arts. Total running time approx. 97')

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Florence Henderson performs fifteen Broadway standards on telecasts recorded 1964-66. Shirley Jones performs nineteen standards on telecasts recorded 1960-64. Includes guest appearances by Keith Andes, Jack Cassidy, Gordon MacRae, Bobby Troup, Bucky Pizzarelli, Milt Hinton et al. With the Bell Telephone Hour Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Donald Voorhees. (Color. Total running time approx. 66')

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Bach, Adagio in G, BWV 968; Bach: Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue, BWV 903; Gigue from Keyboard Partita No. 1; Variation No. 29 from The Goldberg Variations; Musette in D from Clavierbüchlein für Anna Magdalena Bach. Mendelssohn, Sweet Remembrances. Schubert, Moments Musicaux, Nos. 2 in A-flat and 3 in f. Bach-Busoni, Chaconne in d. Brahms, Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel [Recorded 'live', Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, August 14, 1992]. Bach, Sinfonia in f, BWV 793; Capriccio on the Departure of a Beloved Brother, BWV 992; Chromatic Fantasy & Fugue, BWV 903; Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I - Preludes and Fugues, BWV 847, BWV 866 & BWV 867; Fantasia in c, BWV 906; Variations Nos. 28 & 29 from The Goldberg Variations [Recorded 'live', Teatro il Sistina, Rome, March 10, 1996]. (All with Rosalyn Tureck, piano. Color. Total running time approx. 141')

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Benjamin Britten [1913-1976], Nocturne for Tenor, Seven Obbligato Instruments and Strings, Op. 60 - a rehearsal and complete performance with tenor Peter Pears and the composer conducting the CBC Vancouver Chamber Orchestra. Telecast of 4/29/62. Bonus segments feature Britten in a 1968 interview for Canadian television, and Pears singing two Elizabethan songs accompanied by lutenist Julian Bream. (Black and white. Total running time approx. 58')

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Mendelssohn, Violin Concerto in e [with Orchestre de Radio-Canada/ Alexander Brott]. Debussy, Sonata for Violin and Piano. Ravel, Piece en forme de Habanera; Tzigane. Bartok, Sonata No. 2 for Violin and Piano [with Guy Bourassa, piano]. Bach, Gavotte and Gigue from the Partita in E for Violin Solo, BWV 1006. (All with Christian Ferras, violin. Recorded 1961-1963. Black and white. Total running time approx. 72')

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A rehearsal with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra of the Oboe Concerto in C [attributed to Haydn], with Evelyn Rothwell [Lady Barbirolli] as oboe soloist. The program concludes with a complete performance of the work. (Recorded in 1963. Black and white. Total running time approx. 60')

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Auber, Grand Pas Classique [performed by Elisabeth Platel and Nicolas Le Riche. Choreography by Victor Gsovsky. Recorded 1993]. Tchaikovsky, Excerpts from Swan Lake [White Swan Pas de Deux performed by Galina Ulanova and Konstantin Sergeyev. Choreography by Petipa-Ivanov-K. Sergeyev. Recorded 1953; Black Swan Pas de Deux performed by Maya Plisetskaya and Nicolai Fadeyechev.
Choreography after Petipa-Ivanov. Recorded 1957]; Excerpt from Sleeping Beauty [Grand Pas de Deux performed by Margot Fonteyn and Michael Somes. Choreography by Frederick Asthon after Petipa. Recorded 1955]. Delibes, Excerpt from Coppelia [Pas de Deux performed by Sonia Arova and Erik Bruhn. Choreography by Erik Bruhn. Recorded 1963]. Drigo, Excerpt from La Esmerelda [Diana and Actaeon Pas de Deux performed by Svetlana Beriosova and Rudolf Nureyev. Choreography by Nureyev after Petipa. Recorded 1964]. Minkus, Excerpt from Don Quixote [Grand Pas performed by Nina Ananiashvili, Aleksei Fadeyechev and ensemble. Choreography by Petipa, revised by Gorsky. Recorded in 1993] + Excerpt from The Still Point [Love Duet. Music by Debussy. Performed by Melissa Hayden and Jacques d'Amboise. Choreography by Todd Bolender. Recorded 1962]. (Color / Black and white. Total running time approx. 73')

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Two broadcasts, originally aired in 1961 and 1962, in addition to a 22' interview with Oberlin. In a performance originally telecast on Camera Three in 1962, Oberlin performs works by St. Godric {Four Songs}, Handel {Pompe vane di morte! - from Rodelinda; Dove sei, amato bene? - from Rodelinda}, and Britten {I know a bank where the wild thyme blows - from A Midsummer Night's Dream). A second performance, originally telecast on Radio-Canada in 1961, Oberlin is accompanied by piano and harpsichordist Douglas Williams as he performs compositions by Purcell {Music for a while, Z583}, A. Scarlatti {Pensieri, oh Dio, qual pena}, Wolf {Verschwiegene Liebe - No. 3 from Eichendorff-Lieder; Auch kleine Dinge - No. 1 from Italienisches Liederbuch; Ach, im Maien war's, im Maien - No. 20 from Spanisches Liederbuch, Weltliche Lieder}, and Schumann {Meine Rose, Op. 90 No. 2; Sängers Trost Op. 127 No. 1}. (Black and white [interview in color]. Total running time approx. 79')

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Karen Kain [Giselle], Frank Augustyn [Albrecht], Nadia Potts [Queen of the Wilis], Hazaros Surmeyan [Hilarion] et al. With soloists, artists and Orchestra of the National Ballet of Canada/ George Crum. (Recorded 1976. Color. Running time approx. 84')

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Handel, Da tempeste il legno infranto [from Giulio Cesare]. Mozart, Crudele? Ah no, mio bene! ... Non mi dir, bell'idol mio [from Don Giovanni]. Weber, Leise, leise, fromme Weise [from Der Freischütz]. Verdi, Santo di patria [from Attila]. Puccini, Vissi d'arte [from Tosca]. Wagner, Dich, teure Halle [from Tannhäuser]. (Gundula Janowitz, soprano with the Graz Philharmonic Orchestra/ Berislav Klobucar. Also includes the overtures to Handel's Giulio Cesare and Verdi's I Vespri Siciliani. 'Live' concert film recorded 1970. Black and white. Total playing time approx. 54')

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Schubert, Der Wanderer; Das Rosenband; Erlkonig. Brahms, Four Assorted Lieder. Wolf, Der Tambour; Wer nie sein Brot mit Tranen; Der Musikant; Three Songs on Poems of Michelangelo. Mahler, Three Songs from 'Des Knaben Wunderhorn' [all with Erik Werba, piano. Recorded Berlin, 1966]. Wolf, Six Songs from the Italienisches Liederbuch [with Martin Katz, piano. Recorded New York, 1970. MONO]. Wagner, Two Arias from 'Die Meistersinger' [with the Orchestra of the Deutscher Oper, Berlin/ Eugen Jochum. Recorded Berlin, 1968]. (All with Thomas Stewart, baritone. Total time: 69'09')

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Featuring songs by Debussy [Chansons de Bilitis], Munro [My Lovely Cecilia], Brown [Shepherd, Thy Demeanor Vary], Schubert [seven assorted lieder, including 'Die Forelle' and 'Gretchen am Spinnrade'], Faure [five assorted chansons], Chausson, Hahn, Ives, Copland [arrangement of 'I Bought Me a Cat'], Shaw / Parker [arrangement of 'He's Gone Away'], Zeller, Sondheim ['Send in the Clouds']. (Evelyn Lear, soprano with Martin Katz, piano. 'Live' performances, 1975-1977. Total time: 76'19')

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Mozart, Handel, Strauss, Verdi, Puccini, Berg, Berlioz: Arias from The Magic Flute, The Marriage of Figaro, Giulio Cesare, Der Rosenkavalier, Otello, Tosca ['Vissi d'arte'], Wozzeck [Bible Scene], The Trojans [excerpts from the final scene, sung in English]. (Evelyn Lear, soprano with assorted accompanists. 'Live' performances, recorded 1963-1976. Total time: 60'42')

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Jussi Bjoerling, Suzy Morris, Marko Rothmuller, Martha Larrimore, Norman Treigle et al. New Orleans Opera Orchestra and Chorus/ Walter Herbert. (Recorded 'live', 4/1950. Total time: 130'41'. 'PLEASE NOTE: The utmost care has been taken to preserve this historic performance in the best sound possible. Technical problems are limited to about 4 1/2 minutes drawn from a noisy disc source and about 2 minutes affected by pitch fluctuation')

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Heino Eller [1887-1970], Three Pieces for Flute and String Orchestra {with Maarika Jarvi, flute}. Carl Nielsen [1865-1931], Three Movements from the Aladdin Suite {all with Kristjan Jarvi, conductor}. Jean Sibelius [1865-1957], Finlandia {Paavo Jarvi, conductor}. Villem Kapp [1913-1964], Pohjarannik [North Coast]. Veljo Tormis [1930-2017], Kolm mul oli kaunist sona [I Had Three Beautiful Words]. Franz Liszt [1811-1886], A Faust Symphony {Neeme Jarvi, conductor. With Maarika Jarvi, flute [in the Tormis] and Estonian National Male Choir [in the Liszt]}. (All with the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra. Recorded 'live', Tallinn, 5/26/2007. Total running time approx. 121')

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Ives, Piano Sonata No. 2 ['Concord, Mass., 1840-1860']. Fred Hersch, Nocturne for the Left Hand Alone. Chick Corea, Children's Songs 10-20. Fredric Rzewski, Piece No. 3; Piece No. 4 (Emanuele Arciuli, piano. 'Live' performances recorded 3/26/2007 & 3/7/2011. Presented by the Miami International Piano Festival. Total running time approx. 85')

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