In Search of Beethoven/in Search of Mozart

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Special Features

In Search of Beethoven; Interview with the Director; Complete Movements; In the Edit Room; Deleted Scenes; Trailers
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/31/2011
  • UPC: 880198124098
  • Source: Microcinema
  • Region Code: 0
  • Time: 4:29:00
  • Format: DVD

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- In Search of Beethoven
1. Birth & Bonn [9:06]
2. To Vienna [11:00]
3. First Publications [9:52]
4. Failing Health [7:57]
5. Eroica [14:54]
6. Fidelio [9:06]
7. 4th Symphony [9:21]
8. An Epic Concert [12:35]
9. 5th Symphony [6:43]
10. French Occupation [11:13]
11. Karl van Beethoven [5:53]
12. Complete Deafness [9:02]
13. Missa Solemnis [5:08]
14. 9th Symphony [8:40]
15. Final Years [8:53]
Disc #2 -- In Search of Beethoven: Bonus Extras
1. Ronald Brautigam Plays Op 13 "Pathetique" [4:34]
2. Endellion String Quartet play Op 18-16 - 1st Movement [9:13]
3. Ronald Brautigam plays Op 81a "Das Lebewohl" - 2nd Movement [3:34]
4. Christian Gerhaher and Gerold Huber Perform Op 98 - "An Die Ferne Geliebte" [14:07]
5. The Orchestra of the 18th Century Perform the 9th Symphony Op 125 - 3rd Movement [13:17]
6. Ronald Brautigam Plays Wo059 "Für Elise" [2:29]
1. Peter Manning on the Late Quartets [3:12]
2. Giovanni Bietti on "The Diabelli Variations" [3:27]
3. Graham Sheffield on the 9th Symphony [1:24]
4. Ronald Brautigam on Op 28 "Pastoral" [2:10]
5. Ronald Brautigam on Op 31 [1:02]
6. Emanuel Ax on Op 57 [4:34]
7. Alban Gerhardt on Op 5-2 [4:13]
8. Jonathan Biss on Op 90 [:59]
9. Roger Norrington on the Metronome [3:30]
10. Lars Vogt on Op 111 [2:56]
11. Ronal Brautigam on WoO63 [1:07]
Disc #3 -- In Search Of Mozart
1. 1756: The Prodigious Talent [13:45]
2. 1766: Next Step: Vienna & Italy [7:24]
3. 1773: Master of Technique [12:32]
4. 1777: Permission to Leave Salzburg [4:07]
5. 1778: Paris: Failure & Heartbreak [9:24]
6. 1779: At the Court of Salzburg [5:22]
7. 1781: Mozart the Servant [8:19]
8. 1782: A New Beginning in Vienna [9:31]
9. 1783: Mozart's First Son [9:08]
10. 1784: The Middle-Class Entrepreneur [11:03]
11. 1786: da Ponte, the Librettist [7:31]
12. 1787: A Sombre Mood [10:12]
13. 1789: Financial Difficulties [5:22]
14. 1791: New Commissions [6:51]
15. 1791: Assertion of Life-Force [7:54]
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Disc #1 -- In Search of Beethoven
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   Scene Selection
Disc #2 -- In Search of Beethoven: Bonus Extras
   Interview with the Director
   Complete Movements
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   In the Edit Room
   Deleted Scenes
      Play All
   Trailers
Disc #3 -- In Search Of Mozart
   Play Programme
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Interview with the Director Phil Grabsky
      Theatrical Trailer "The Boy Who Plays on the Buddhas of Bamiyan"
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