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Georg Solti: The Making of a Maestro

A contemporary of Toscanini and a musical collaborator with Stravinsky, Bartók, Strauss, and Britten, Georg Solti was one of the greatest conductors of the 20th century. In this program, Solti’s wife Valerie, opera producers Elijah Moshinsky and Peter Hall, musicians and colleagues, and the maestro himself—interviewed during the last year of his life—retrace Solti’s musical odyssey. Filmed on location in Budapest, Bavaria, London, and Chicago, this intimate biography also contains a wealth of archival footage drawn from rehearsals, recording sessions, and performances, beautifully capturing the conductor’s amazing energy and passion for music. (94 minutes)
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2016; 1997
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Paul Robeson: Songs of Freedom—A Documentary

Songs of Freedom is a showcase for the great voice of Paul Robeson. It exposes the desperate attempts of the FBI and other secret services in America to stop his playing and to discredit him. It reveals that his actual life was in danger as long as he continued along the path of international socialism. Robeson never compromised, and it put an end to his domestic career. Abroad, he was a hero.
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2017; 2008
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The Science of Learning (to Play the Guitar)

One of our most eminent neuroscientists spent a year teaching himself to play the guitar. Why? Scientist Gary Marcus was keenly interested in how the brain can essentially rewire itself to make up for deficits caused by trauma. In the presence of Vernon Reid, #66 on Rolling Stone magazine's 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time, Gary Marcus discusses the experience of learning to play and the impulses that brought him to music. Presented in association with Urban Zen.
Online
2017; 2012
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Notes From a Diva

The diva in question is Australian soprano Joan Sutherland, in her first television masterclass. Together with fellow opera stars Ileana Cotrubas and Tom Krause, she puts six contestants from the 1995 Cardiff Singer of the World competition through their paces.
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2017; 1995
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Talent Has Hunger

Talent Has Hunger is an inspiring film about the power of music to consume, enhance, and propel lives. Filmed over 7 years, the film is a window into the mysterious world of the artist, the passion that can grip and sustain a young player from childhood through the last days of life and the years of sacrifice and dedication a budding artist needs to fulfill one's talent. The film focuses on the challenges of guiding gifted young people through the struggles of mastering the cello. Through the words and actions of master cello teacher, Paul Katz, it's clear that this deep study of music not only prepares wonderful musicians, but builds self-esteem and a cultural and aesthetic character that will be profoundly important throughout his students' lives.
Online
2017; 2016
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Pinchas Zukerman and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra

A look at violinist Pinchas Zukerman and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra.
Online
2018; 1982
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Koerner, Ray, and Glover: Blues, Rags, and Hollers

This 1986 documentary, directed by Tony Glover himself, contains performances, interviews, and rare archival footage of the Koerner, Ray, and Glover acoustic blues trio. It's the story of three notable American music originals, told with characteristic wit, grit, and irreverence by those who lived it. This updated version of the original film includes 1995 and 2007 chapter updates, nine additional live performances from 1991 to 1999, album-by-album postscripts, and more. It also features special appearances by Willie Murphy and Bill Hinkley. This film was called “richly detailed” and “powerful” by Rolling Stone magazine.
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2013; 2007
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Words and Music: Jeannette Haien

Jeannette Haien has spent more than thirty-five years of her life performing as a concert pianist and teaching her students the liberating beauty of classical music. With the publication of her novel, The All of It, Haien has turned to a new art form. In this program with Bill Moyers, she discusses her views on the form, composition, and performance of music. Whether at the keyboard or at the typewriter, Haien is concerned with artistic forms that both circumscribe and enhance our lives.
Online
2016; 1990