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050  4 ML28.L93|bM87 2010 
092    DVD|b780.7976, M97 
245 00 Music makes a city 
246 1  |iSubtitle from container spine:|aAn American orchestra's 
       untold story. 
250    [Special ed.] 
264  1 [Louisville, Ky.] :|bOwsley Brown Presents,|c[2010] 
264  4 |c©2010 
300    2 videodiscs (100 min.) :|bsound, color ;|c4 3/4 in. +|e1 
       booklet (22 pages ; illustrations ;19 cm.). 
336    two-dimensional moving image|btdi|2rdacontent 
337    video|bv|2rdamedia 
338    videodisc|bvd|2rdacarrier 
500    "Our special edition is a limited pre-release DVD for 
       Louisville. It contains wonderful bonus material that will
       not be included in the PBS release"--Accompanying 
       documentation. 
505 0  Disc 1. The flood -- Founding the orchestra -- Whitney is 
       hired -- First rehearsal -- Early years -- Charles 
       Farnsley -- New ideas, new music -- Malpiero: Piano 
       concerto -- Martha Graham: Judith -- Carnegie Hall. Disc 
       2. Special features: bonus interviews. Composers: Elliott 
       Carter ; Gunther Schuller ; Harold Shapero ; Joan Tower ; 
       Chou Wen-Chung ; Norman Dello Joio ; Ned Rorem. Orchestra:
       Jorge Mester ; Ruth Scott French ; Sidney Harth ; Lee 
       Luvisi ; Marilyn Willoughby ; Dr. Stephen Plank. Community
       : Dr. J. Blaine Hudson ; Janet Eilber ; Dann Byck, Jr. ; 
       Douglass Farnsley ; Curtis Dewees ; William Mootz. 
511 0  Narrated by Will Oldham ; written by Jerome Hiller ; 
       executive producers Owsley Brown III, Gill Holland ; 
       produced by Owsley Brown III, Robin Burke. 
520    In the late 1940s, an orchestra in Louisville, Kentucky 
       was about to go out of business. At that point, a new 
       mayor stepped into office whose views about civic vitality
       were founded on the ideas of the Chinese sage Confucius. 
       His vision of prosperity was focused on making the arts 
       available to every citizen of the city. Music Makes a City
       tells the rousing, inspiring, nearly unbelievable story of
       an American city and its orchestra. 
538    DVD; Dolby digital, stereo compatible. 
600 10 Carter, Elliott,|d1908-2012|vInterviews. 
600 10 Schuller, Gunther|vInterviews. 
600 10 Shapero, Harold,|d1920-2013|vInterviews. 
600 10 Tower, Joan,|d1938-|vInterviews. 
600 10 Chou, Wen-Chung,|d1923-2019|vInterviews. 
600 10 Dello Joio, Norman,|d1913-2008|vInterviews. 
600 10 Rorem, Ned,|d1923-|vInterviews. 
600 10 Mester, Jorge|vInterviews. 
600 10 Harth, Sidney|vInterviews. 
600 10 Luvisi, Lee,|d1937-|vInterviews. 
610 20 Louisville Orchestra|xHistory. 
651  0 Louisville (Ky.)|xHistory. 
655  7 Feature films.|2lcgft 
655  7 Documentary films.|2lcgft 
655  7 Historical films.|2lcgft 
655  7 Nonfiction films.|2lcgft 
700 1  Oldham, Will. 
700 1  Hiller, Jerome. 
700 1  Brown, Owsley,|cIII. 
700 1  Holland, Gill,|d1964- 
700 1  Burke, Robin. 
914    MID.b23041559 
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