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Broadway! [videorecording] : a history of the American musical / with Ron Husmann.

Contributor(s): Material type: FilmFilmPublication details: Irvine, CA : Chesney Communications, 2004.Description: 5 videodiscs (720 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 instruction bookSubject(s): Genre/Form: DDC classification:
  • 782.14
LOC classification:
  • ML1711 .B763 2004
Other classification:
  • Ijrba-qa/VC
Contents:
v. 1. The formative years of Broadway -- v. 2. Broadway comes of age -- v. 3. Broadway thrives in the mid 50's -- v. 4. The Golden Era continues -- v. 5. Blockbuster mark the end of the Golden Era -- v. 6 Instruction book.
Production credits:
  • Editor, Gary Dimaggio.
Narrator: Ron Husmann.Songs on v. 1 & 2 performed by Holly Saunders and Ron Husmann.Summary: "This course is designed to enrich the students cultural literacy and allow them to experience the musical theatre throught the eyes and ears of Broadway's greatest legends!"--Container.
Holdings
Item type Home library Call number Status Notes Date due Barcode Item holds
DVD DVD Biblioteket Brinellvägen DVD / Broadway Available Studiehandledning medöljer 43731006169
Total holds: 0

These discs are recorded DVDs and may fail to play on some DVD equipment.

Narrator: Ron Husmann.

Songs on v. 1 & 2 performed by Holly Saunders and Ron Husmann.

Editor, Gary Dimaggio.

Based on the book: Broadway musicals, show by show / by Stanley Green.

Recorded DVD.

"This course is designed to enrich the students cultural literacy and allow them to experience the musical theatre throught the eyes and ears of Broadway's greatest legends!"--Container.

v. 1. The formative years of Broadway -- v. 2. Broadway comes of age -- v. 3. Broadway thrives in the mid 50's -- v. 4. The Golden Era continues -- v. 5. Blockbuster mark the end of the Golden Era -- v. 6 Instruction book.

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