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1970 was the 200th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven’s birth and, to mark the occasion, Daniel Barenboim and Christopher Nupen collaborated on a thirteen-part series about the man and his music. Close friends at the time, Barenboim as artist and…
Length
300 mins
Prog. No.
3700-3711
When Pinchas Zukerman was twelve years old, it was already clear to Pablo Casals and Issac Stern that he might become one of the greatest violinists of all time. From this came the idea to make, for the first time ever, a film which deliberately sets…
Length
61 mins
Prog. No.
3645
Live from Paris 1977
Length
57 mins
Prog. No.
1629

This programme records a concert at Schloss Ansbach in 1978, with Coleman at the peak of his musical expression, supported by Shannon Jackson and Ornette Denardo Coleman jnr (

Length
44 mins
Prog. No.
6263

Live recording of a concert at Schloss Ansbach 1978. The line-up: Gil Evans (p), Steve Lacy (ss), Arthur Blythe (as), Pit Levin (synth), Earl McAntyre (tu, tb), Lewis Soloff (tr), Geoffrey Berlin (b), Sue Evans (perc),

Length
44 mins
Prog. No.
6273

Three of the world's leading jazz guitarists - Charlie Byrd, Barney Kessel and Herb Ellis, tour Europe following their successful Carnegie Hall concert.

Length
27 mins
Prog. No.
3320
In a live recording from the Amerikahaus, Munich, Gulda reveals the versatility of his keyboard playing. On the clavichord he plays three preludes and fugues from Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier; on the piano, his own re-working of Schubert's Der…
Length
56 mins
Prog. No.
6322

This live recording begins with Corea's suite entitled Homecoming, played by both pianists and continues with six pieces from Bartók's Mikrokosmos. Another Corea piece follows - Duet for Two Pianos in Three Parts.

Length
63 mins
Prog. No.
6315

This live recording shows Chick Corea performing the complex and subtle piano improvisation at which he excels. His virtuoso display amply demonstrates why he is considered one of today's most accomplished jazz pianists.

Length
50 mins
Prog. No.
6264

A live concert from the Alabama Hall in Munich featuring the famous Lounge Lizards Quintet, with John Lurie (alto saxophone), Evan Lurie (piano), Peter Zummo (trombone), Tony Garnier (bass) and Dougie Bowne (percussion).

Length
59 mins
Prog. No.
6288