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Pierrot Lunaire [One Night, One Life]: Dichterliebe [a Story of Red and Blue]

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Two video adaptations of musical works: One night, one life (37 min.) is based on Arnold Schönberg's Pierrot lunaire, and Dichterliebe (44 min.) is a treatment of Schumann's song cycle.
DVD
2002; 1999
Clemons (Stacks)
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Winterreise

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DVD
2008; 1964
Clemons (Stacks)
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CDDVD
2005
Music (Circulation Desk)
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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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Three Early Songs [electronic resource]

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Soprano Tony Arnold and pianist Robert Shannon perform Crumb's Three Early Songs.
Online
2009
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Winterreise: Op. 89, D. 911 : Cycle of 24 Songs to Poems by Wilhelm Müller

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VHS
1992; 1991
Ivy (By Request)
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Valery Gergiev Conducts Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique With the London Symphony Orchestra: Les Nuits D'été Op. 7

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Featuring the acclaimed mezzo-soprano Karen Cargill, this triple header includes Hector Berlioz' Waverley Overture, Les nuits d'été and Symphonie fantastique. Valery Gergiev showcases his opulent interpretation of Berlioz' landmark piece Symphonie fantastique, the story of an artist's 'hopeless love', complete with waltzes, witches and a hallucinogenic nightmare.
Online
2013
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Die Winterreise [electronic resource]

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Born in Berlin on 16 March, 1928, the mezzo soprano Christa Ludwig celebrates her 80th Birthday in 2008. Christa Ludwig was the second female singer, after Lotte Lehmann, to give a concert hall performance of Winterreise. Ludwig the opera singer uses her natural charm to motivate young singers. With friendly advice, she turns notes into music and draws surprising performances from a new generation of soloists.
Online
1999
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Kafka Fragments [electronic resource]

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Kafka Fragments is an example of how, in György Kurtág's music, less can mean more: the tiniest sliver of text or music can acquire a monumental significance. Kurtág selects 40 short extracts from Kafka's writings and sets them for soprano and violin. The settings are intense and intensely spare, with nothing wasted, and range from the comfortingly prosaic to the bafflingly elliptical. A whole world is created, one that somehow fuses Kurtág and Kafka into a single organic unit. Compared with the performance by Juliane Banse and András Keller, which was released on ECM two years ago to mark Kurtag's 80th birthday, this one by soprano Tony Arnold and violinist Movses Pogossian seems plainer and less subtly coloured. There is a filmed concert performance in Armenia and a masterclass wit [...]
Online
2009
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Murray Perahia: The Video Collection

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Rehearsals, concert performances, and interviews featuring pianist Murray Perahia.
DVD
2012; 1989
Clemons (Stacks)