Stravinsky's Rite of spring [videorecording] / a production of the San Francisco Symphony.Material type: FilmLanguage: English Subtitle language: English, Chinese, French, German, Spanish Series: Keeping score. Revolutions in music.Publication details: San Francisco, Calif. : SFS Media, c2006.Description: 1 videodisc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 inOther title:
- Rite of spring
- 780.92 22
- MT130.S77 S777 2006
- Editor, Blair Gershkow ; director of photography, Michael Anderson.
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DVD; NTSC; Region 1; one sound track with Dolby digital stereo., the other with Dolby digital 5.1 surround (live performance only).
English, with optional English, Chinese, French, German, and Spanish subtitles (documentary only).
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Host/presenter: Michael Tilson Thomas.
San Francisco Symphony ; Michael Tilson Thomas, music director.
Editor, Blair Gershkow ; director of photography, Michael Anderson.
Live performance recorded at Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco, California, September 2004.
Bonus material: About Keeping score; About Michael Tilson Thomas; About the San Francisco Symphony; Trailer for Beethoven's Eroica; Trailer for Copland and the American sound.
Stravinsky's Rite of Spring / InCA productions ; produced and directed by David Kennard, Joan Saffa (55 min.) -- Live performance of Stravinsky's The Firebird suite and The Rite of Spring / director, Gary Halvorson ; producer, Michael Bronson (52 min.) -- Bonus material.
Music director Michael Tilson Thomas and the musicians of the San Francisco Symphony go from the salons of St. Petersburg to the villages where Stravinsky found inspiration in the earthy power of Russian folk music and dance. Thomas then retraces Stravinsky's journey to the cultural crossroads of pre-war Paris, where the composer collaborates with the great impresario Diaghilev and his star dancer Nijinsky to develop the shocking, erotic, and violent evocation of pagan Russia that became The Rite of Spring. Includes a live performance of Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring and music from The Firebird by the San Francisco Symphony, with Thomas conducting.
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