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She Herself Alone: The Art of the Toy Piano 2

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"Margaret Leng Tan recorded an earlier disc of toy piano for the Philips label which is long out-of-print. This [is] her second disc of toy piano."--Publisher's site.
DVD
2010; 2007
Clemons (Stacks)
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The Art of Chopin [electronic resource]

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As a meditation on the life and influence of Frédéric Chopin (1810-49) that was produced to commemorate the great Polish composer's 200th birthday, this unique program falls into two distinct halves. It begins with a traditional hour-long documentary by Gérald Caillat that studies the musical scribe's life and work; then it segues into the second half - a series of contemporary and vintage performances by world-renowned artists, who interpret excerpts from some of Chopin's most beloved compositions. These luminaries include Krystian Zimerman, Artur Rubinstein, Evgeny Kissin and Martha Argerich. Classical historian Garrick Ohlsson also turns up to reflect and pontificate on Chopin's genius. As an added bonus, this release features an August 2009 concert film where Ohlsson performs Cho [...]
Online
2009
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George Crumb [electronic resource]: Bad Dog!

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A film celebrating the life and music of American composer George Crumb. It features performances by the George Crumb Ensemble.
Online
2009
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Eine Kleine Mitternachmusik for Amplified Piano Based on Thelonioius Monk 'Round Midnight' [electronic resource]

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This piece was originally composed as one of the pieces in the 'Round Midnight Variations' project - a number of composers were asked to write works based on Theolonious Monk's famous tune.
Online
2009
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Frederic Chopin [electronic resource]: The Piano Man

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This episode of Whole Notes: Stories Behind the Classics is about Frederic Chopin.
Online
2001
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Daniel Barenboim [electronic resource]: 50 Years on Stage

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"[Multiple identities, a documentary film] tracks the pianist-conductor from summer 1999 through Berlin, Chicago, Tel Aviv and Weimer up to his stage anniversary in Buenos Aires, in summer 2000, and ends up with his controversial performance of "Prelude and Liebestod" from Wagner's Tristan und Isolde in Jerusalem in summer 2001"--Original container.
Online
2000
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Wild About Liszt

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Three historic recitals of Liszt's work commemorate the 100th anniversary of his death.
DVD
2007; 1986
Clemons (Stacks)