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Barockstar [electronic resource]: George Frideric Handel

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Tells the story of Handel's life as he journeyed through baroque Europe, leaving Germany for Italy and experiencing Florence, Rome and Venice, before arriving in London to begin the career that would bring him a worldwide reputation. The film shows the original locations in Halle, Rome, Venice, Florence and London that Handel himself visited.
Online
2009
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [electronic resource]: Giving a Name to Perfection

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This episode of Whole Notes: Stories Behind the Classics is about Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Online
1999
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Johann Sebastian Bach [electronic resource]: Serving God Through Music

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This episode of Whole Notes: Stories Behind the Classics is about Johann Sebastian Bach.
Online
1999
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Joseph 'Papa' Haydn [electronic resource]: The Composers' Composer

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This episode of Whole Notes: Stories Behind the Classics is about Joseph Haydn.
Online
2001
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Johannes Brahms [electronic resource]: Keeper of the Classical Flame

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This episode of Whole Notes: Stories Behind the Classics is about Johannes Brahms.
Online
2001
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Robert Schumann

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Interweaving documentary and fiction, this film offers a glimpse into the life of the composer Robert Schumann through his chamber music.
DVD
2005
Clemons (Stacks)
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Richard Wagner, 1813-1883

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The life and works of Wagner, "musical genius, political hero, and racist demon"--Container.
DVD
2006; 1997
Clemons (Stacks)
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Franz Schubert [electronic resource]: Lieder of the Pack

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This episode of Whole Notes: Stories Behind the Classics is about Franz Schubert.
Online
2001
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Brahms and the Little Singing Girls

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A film that exploded the familiar image of 'stodgy old bearded Brahms' - a man whose first musical experience had been playing an upright piano in the brothels of Hamburg where he had grown up, and who at the end of his life lived a bachelor in Vienna having his every need satisfied by the prostitutes of the city whom he always affectionately described as his little singing girls'. It is a celebration - of Brahms' unabashed, life-enhancing, sexually explosive music.
DVD
2009; 1996
Clemons (Stacks)
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Ludwig van Beethoven [electronic resource]: Triumph Over Adversity

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This episode of Whole Notes: Stories Behind the Classics is about Ludwig van Beethoven.
Online
1999