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Symphony in C

(Film - 1951?)
Symphony in C
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Statement of Responsibility: choreography, [George] Balanchine ; music by [Georges] Bizet ; performed by New York City Ballet
Title: Symphony in C
[electronic resource]
Publisher: [1951?]
Country of Producing Entity: U.S
Characteristics: 1 streaming video (NTSC) (96 min.) : si., b&w
Content Type: two-dimensional moving image
Media Type: computer
video
Carrier Type: online resource
Notes: Credits partially from book entitled, Without permission by Victor Jessen ; additional credits from the Dance Division's *MGZB New York City Ballet program (Apr. 28, 1951)
Complete work; sometimes brief segments overlap with repeated sections from different camera location
Some cast members change during different performances; for example, Melissa Hayden's role in the first movement is sometimes performed by Nora Kaye and Francisco Moncion's role in the second movement is sometimes performed by Michael Maule
Contents: Fourth movement: Allegro vivace (ca. 32 min.) / dancers, Patricia Wilde and Frank Hobi/Todd Bolender with members of the New York City Ballet
Third movement: Allegro vivace (ca. 18 min.) / dancers, Janet Reed/Nora Kaye and Herbert Bliss/Jaques d'Amboise with members of the New York City Ballet
Second movement: Adagio (ca. 23 min.) / dancers, Tanaquil LeClercq and Francisco Moncion/Michael Maule with members of the New York City Ballet
First movement: Allegro vivo (ca. 20 min.) / dancers, Melissa Hayden/Nora Kaye and Nicholas Magallanes with members of the New York City Ballet
Restrictions on Access: Patrons can access streaming video file online only on site at the Library for the Performing Arts
Credits: Filmmaker, Victor Jessen.
Event: Some segments filmed during multiple performances possibly at the Opera House, Chicago, Ill., in Apr. 1951
Funding Information: Transferred from film and cataloged with funds provided by the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation
System Details: Streaming video, transferred from 16mm reversal print via Digital Betacam cassettes
Biography: This film was pieced together by the filmmaker Victor Jessen from multiple performances filmed from various camera angles throughout several theaters
Local Note: *MGZHB 8-1963, additional copy; 16mm (3 reels, 2333 ft.). This print is stored for preservation. Use *MGZIDF 1710 instead
Former call number: *MGZIDVD 5-5236
Genre/Form: Video
Dance
Research Call Number: *MGZIDF 1710
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