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Title: Romancing the Music King
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Call Number: VCR 2003-163
Description: Documentary about the Annual Calgary International DOrgan Competition and Festival.
Keywords: Music: Organ Competitions

Title: Sergei Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 3
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Call Number: VCR 2001-1
Description: Vladimir Horowitz performs with the New York Philharmonic, 1978.
Keywords: Piano; Horowitz

Title: Shostakovich: Symphony no. 5
Series Title / Date: Keeping Score
Call Number: DVD 2009-258
Description: Live concert performance with the San Francisco Symphony conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas.

Title: St. Matthew Passion
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Call Number: VCR 89-3
Description: Concert in St. Thomas Church in Leipzig; in two parts (tapes).
Keywords: Bach

Title: Stomp Live
Series Title / Date: 2009
Call Number: DVD 2012-216
Keywords: Percussion

Title: Sweet is the Day: a Sacred Harp Family Portrait
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Call Number: VCR 2002-195
Description: Wootten family who continue the Sacred Harp tradition; Oversize.
Keywords: Documentary; Sacred Harp Singing: Alabama

Title: The Knochenhauer Parallel-trim Bassoon Reed
Series Title / Date: 1993
Call Number: DVD 2012-133
Description: Gerald Corey discusses the design, construction, and trimming/tuning of the Knochenhauer parallel-trim bassoon reed with performance examples.

Title: Time There Was--A Profile of Benjamin Britten
Series Title / Date: 2006
Call Number: DVD 2014-63
Description: Celebration of Britten's life and work, and a first-hand account of his relationship with Sir Peter Pears.
Keywords: Biography; Britten

Title: Tony Palmer's Film about Stravinsky
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Call Number: DVD 2010-110
Description: Life and works of Igor Stravinsky.
Keywords: Television Program

Title: Unrivaled!: Legendary Musicians in Rare Film Footage with Sound.
Series Title / Date: 1931-1978
Call Number: DVD 2012-130
Description: Dvorak; Beethoven; Weber; Gershwin
Keywords: Piano