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Music From the Inside Out

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Filmmaker Daniel Anker offers a look at the multitude of faces and personalities behind one of America's most celebrated symphonies in this documentary. For over a hundred years, the Philadelphia Orchestra has been an internationally respected ensemble, performing all across the United States and around the world, but Music From the Inside Out examines the 100 individuals that make up the orchestra. The players discuss how they fell in love with music, their other creative and musical pursuits some of the ...
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Overview

Filmmaker Daniel Anker offers a look at the multitude of faces and personalities behind one of America's most celebrated symphonies in this documentary. For over a hundred years, the Philadelphia Orchestra has been an internationally respected ensemble, performing all across the United States and around the world, but Music From the Inside Out examines the 100 individuals that make up the orchestra. The players discuss how they fell in love with music, their other creative and musical pursuits some of the musicians perform with jazz, world music, and even bluegrass groups, while others creative visual art, the struggles and rewards of pursuing their dreams, what speaks to them creatively, and how so many people with differing temperaments can work together to create beautiful music. Music from the Inside Out was produced and financed in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, but enjoyed a critically-acclaimed tour of film festivals and art theaters before making its bow on television.
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Special Features

Dolby 5.1 surround sound; Deleted scenes: extended Bluegrass performance; Conductor segment; Guest artist performances; Alternate opening; Theatrical trailer; Filmmaker commentary; Interviews with filmmaker and musicians from televised radio show
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/27/2007
  • UPC: 767685986936
  • Original Release: 2003
  • Rating:

  • Source: New Video Group
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 52,183

Cast & Crew

Technical Credits
Daniel Anker Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Juan Barrera Cinematographer
John Costello Cinematographer
John Costello Cinematographer
Chris Cox Cinematographer
Bob Eisenhardt Editor
Tom Hurwitz Cinematographer
David Smith Cinematographer
Nate Smith Associate Producer
Jean Tsien Editor
Stan Warnow Editor
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Music From the Inside Out
1. What Is Music? [1:51]
2. Struggle to Express [2:46]
3. Entering the Hall [2:57]
4. Personality [2:13]
5. Nitzan [2:39]
6. Kim [1:19]
7. Joe [1:42]
8. Adam [1:03]
9. Zach [3:10]
10. Europe Tour [1:52]
11. The Accordian [2:50]
12. David's Story [9:16]
13. Phil [:52]
14. UDI [6:40]
15. Between the Notes [1:48]
16. Music Is a Journey [5:06]
17. Silence [2:47]
18. Listening to "Rite" [2:17]
19. Judy [1:23]
20. Hirono [2:55]
21. Asia Tour [2:42]
22. Temple of Heaven [3:06]
23. Maestro's Wife [2:42]
24. Joe and Lou [4:12]
25. Living the Music [8:58]
26. Finale [6:05]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Music From the Inside Out
   Play Movie
   Chapters
   Bonus Features
      Theatrical Trailer
      Filmmaker Commentary
      Interview With Filmmaker & Musicians
      From The Cutting Room Floor
         Alternate Opening
         Conductor Segment
         Extended Bluegrass Performance
         Guest Artists: Lang Lang & Sarah Chang
   Audio
      Dolby Digital 5.1
      Stereo
      Filmmaker Commentary
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