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Blue Note a story of modern jazz

Title
Blue Note [videorecording] : a story of modern jazz / a co-production of EuroArts Entertainment OHG and SDR/Arte, in association with BRAVO and Danmarks Radio ; a film by Julian Benedikt ; producer, Michael Krause.
Publication
[Berlin?] : EuroArts Entertainment ; [S.l.] : Medici Arts, c2007.

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Additional Authors
  • Benedikt, Julian.
  • Krause, Michael, producer.
  • Leiber, Uwe.
  • Morell, Andreas.
  • Pfau, Ulli.
  • Hellthaler, Bernd.
  • Hulme, Andrew.
  • EuroArts Entertainment.
  • Süddeutscher Rundfunk.
  • ARTE Deutschland TV.
  • Bravo Films.
  • Danmarks radio.
  • Medici Arts (Firm)
Description
1 videodisc (91 min.) : sd., col. and b&w; 4 3/4 in.
Summary
The story of Blue Note Records, the jazz record company founded in 1939 by German refugees, Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff. The history of the company has been intimately linked with the evolution of jazz and the development of jazz musicians.
Alternative Title
Story of modern jazz
Subjects
Note
  • "Licensed for non-commercial private use only."
  • Originally released: c1997.
  • Program notes by Marcus A. Woelfle in German with English and French translations (8 p.) inserted in container
Credits (note)
  • TV producer, Uwe Leiber ; TV director, Andreas Missler-Morell ; producer, Ulli Pfau ; executive producer, Bernd Hellthaler ; writer, director, Julian Benedikt ; editor, Andrew Hulme.
System Details (note)
  • DVD; TV format, NTSC, 16/9 anamorphic; PCM stereo; region code: all; DTS digital surround; Dolby digital.
Language (note)
  • With English, German, French and Spanish subtitles.
Contents
Concert recordings: Albert Ammons and Pete Johnson (1939) -- Bud Powel, Montmarte Jazz Club, Copenhagen (1962) -- John Coltrane, Südwestfunk TV, Baden-Baden (1962) -- Dextor Gordon, Montmarte Jazz Club, Copehagen (1965) -- Freddie Hubbard ; Horace Silver ; Sonny Rollins : Tivoli Concert Hall, Copenhagen Jazz Festival (1965) -- Thelonious Monk, Danmarks Radio TV, Copehagen (1966) -- Art Blakey, Copehagen Jazz Festival (1968) -- Elvin Jones, Tivoli Concert Hall, Copehagen Jazz Festival (1968), Town Hall concert, New York City (1985) -- Cassandra Wilson ; Junko Onishi ; The Blue Note All Stars : jazzopen Festival Stuttgart (1996).
Call Number
*LDV 1125
LCCN
880242056788
OCLC
213332817
Title
Blue Note [videorecording] : a story of modern jazz / a co-production of EuroArts Entertainment OHG and SDR/Arte, in association with BRAVO and Danmarks Radio ; a film by Julian Benedikt ; producer, Michael Krause.
Imprint
[Berlin?] : EuroArts Entertainment ; [S.l.] : Medici Arts, c2007.
System Details
DVD; TV format, NTSC, 16/9 anamorphic; PCM stereo; region code: all; DTS digital surround; Dolby digital.
Credits
TV producer, Uwe Leiber ; TV director, Andreas Missler-Morell ; producer, Ulli Pfau ; executive producer, Bernd Hellthaler ; writer, director, Julian Benedikt ; editor, Andrew Hulme.
Performer
Read by David Michael Johnson ; guests and players, Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson, Bud Powell, John Coltrane, Dextor Gordon, Freddie Hubbard, Horace Silver, Sonny Rollins, Thelonious Monk, Art Blakey, Elvin Jones, Cassandra Wilson, Junko Onishi, The Blue Note All Stars, Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock, Taj Mahal, Max Roach, Carlos Santana, Jimmy Smith, Bob Belden, Joachim Ernst Berendt, Bob Cranshaw, Lou Donaldson, Lorraine Gordon, Johnny Griffin, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, J.J. Johnson, Ruth Lion, Gil Melle, Brigitte Mira, Francis Paudras, André Previn, Bertrand Tavernier and Tommy Turrentine.
Language
With English, German, French and Spanish subtitles.
Added Author
Benedikt, Julian.
Krause, Michael, producer.
Leiber, Uwe.
Morell, Andreas.
Pfau, Ulli.
Hellthaler, Bernd.
Hulme, Andrew.
EuroArts Entertainment.
Süddeutscher Rundfunk.
ARTE Deutschland TV.
Bravo Films.
Danmarks radio.
Medici Arts (Firm)
Other Standard Identifier
880242056788
Publisher No.
2005678 EuroArts Entertainment
Research Call Number
*LDV 1125 Notes on file
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