Korngold : between two worlds ; a portrait and concert.

A child prodigy in Habsburg Vienna, Korngold was a musical sensation in Europe during the 1920's. Later, stranded in America by the rise of fascism, he found new fame as the inventor of the lush Hollywood film score. Clips from films such as the Errol Flynn swashbuckers Robin Hood and The Sea H...

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Varying form of title:Title on container: Erich Wolfgang Korngold, the adventures of a wunderkind, a portrait and concert.
Other Authors / Creators:Korngold, Erich Wolfgang, 1897-1957. Concertos, cello, orchestra, op. 37,
Kavakos, Leonidas. Concertos, violin, orchestra, op. 35,
Otter, Anne Sofie von. Piano music. Selections.
Viersen, Quirine.
Frey, Alexander, 1961-
Gavin, Barry.
West, Samuel, 1966-
Wolff, Hugh, 1953-
Korngold, Erich Wolfgang, 1897-1957.
Korngold, Erich Wolfgang, 1897-1957.
Korngold, Erich Wolfgang, 1897-1957.
Other Corporate Authors / Creators:Radio-Sinfonie-Orchester Frankfurt.
Arthaus Musik (Firm)
Participants:Leonida Kavakos, violin; Anne Sofie von Otter, mezzo-soprano; Quirine Vierson, cello; Alexander Frey, piano; Frankfort Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Hugh Wolff; Samuel West, narrator.
Format: DVD
Language:German
Language notes:Subtitles and menus in English, French, Spanish, or Japanese.
Imprint: [Munich] : Arthaus Musik, 2003.
Series:Composers of our time.
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Summary:A child prodigy in Habsburg Vienna, Korngold was a musical sensation in Europe during the 1920's. Later, stranded in America by the rise of fascism, he found new fame as the inventor of the lush Hollywood film score. Clips from films such as the Errol Flynn swashbuckers Robin Hood and The Sea Hawk are included. The videodisc includes a concert featuring a selection of Korngold's concertos for cello and violin and extracts from his early piano works.
Physical Description:1 videodisc (144 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
System Details:DVD video; PCM stereo., Dolby digital 5.1, or DTS 5.1 audio.
Credits:Barrie Gavin, director.