Nathan Milstein: In Portrait

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Nathan Milstein: In Portrait captures a performance near the end of the legendary violinists career, a career that stretched on for over seventy years. The majority of the music comes from a recital in Stockholm in 1986.
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Overview

Nathan Milstein: In Portrait captures a performance near the end of the legendary violinists career, a career that stretched on for over seventy years. The majority of the music comes from a recital in Stockholm in 1986.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/27/2007
  • UPC: 814446010024
  • Source: Christopher Nupen
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: Subtitled
  • Time: 3:45:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 55,660

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Milstein
1. Introduction by Christopher Nupen (6' 32") [2:20]
1. Opening Sequence, "Invention" and Titles (1' 40") [1:01]
2. Boisterous Spirits (0' 50") [1:18]
3. Sarasate - Tarantella (Excerpt) (1' 11") [1:06]
4. Auer's Class and Glazonnov (1' 1!") [1:06]
5. Boris Godonnov (1' 31") [1:47]
6. Mother (1' 48") [2:22]
7. Paganini - Caprice No. 5 (2' 22") [1:03]
8. Händel - Sanata in - A Major - Adagio (1' 11") [2:10]
9. Vladimir Horowitz (2' 05") [3:28]
10. Mr Abramov. A Funny Man (3' 26") [2:58]
11. Bach - C Major Sonata - Allegro Assai (2' 59") [5:31]
12. Serfei Rachmaninov (5' 32") [:53]
13. Händel - A Major Sonata - Allegro and Adagio (0' 52") [2:57]
14. Gregor Piatigorsky (2' 58") [:37]
15. Conversation With Pinchas Zukerman (0' 38") [1:37]
16. Paganini Caprice No. 13 (1' 36") [3:55]
17. Conversation With Pinchas Zukerman (3' 57") [3:15]
18. Bach - Chaconne (Excerpt) (3' 16") [6:29]
19. Conversation With Pinchas Zukerman (6' 28") [4:18]
20. Prokoviev - Two Old Grandmother's Tales (4' 21") [2:42]
21. Kennedy Center Honors Award - President Reagan (2' 42") [1:34]
22. End of Part One Credits (1' 34") [:00]
1. Mussorgski - Hopak and Titles (0' 37") [:37]
2. Kennedy Center Honors Award (0' 56") [:55]
3. Mother (1' 29") [1:27]
4. Händel - Sonata - Allegro and Adagio (1' 29") [2:08]
5. Conductors (0' 56") [:53]
6. Otto Klemperer (1' 20") [1:21]
7. Conversation With Pinchas Zukerman (1' 14") [1:12]
8. Franz Schalk (2' 05") [2:05]
9. Masterclass With Yuri Nagai (4' 36") [4:36]
10. Growing Up (1' 49") [1:49]
11. Fingerings (0' 52") [:50]
12. Conversation With Pinchas Zukerman (3' 06") [3:05]
13. Paganini Caprice No. 13 (0' 53") [:53]
14. Thérèse Milstein (2' 41") [2:40]
15. Transcriptions and Piano Arrangements (2' 41") [6:37]
16. Liszt - Consolation No. 1 (3' 40") [3:41]
17. Odessa (1' 25") [1:24]
18. Ysaye (4' 34") [4:33]
19. Srasate - Introduction and Tarantella (4' 54") [4:54]
20. Children of the Revolution (0' 43") [:42]
21. Fritz Kreisler (1' 49") [1:48]
22. Thérèse Milstein - Gregor Piatigorsky (1' 57") [1:57]
23. Händel - Sonata - Adagio. Piatigorski, Horowitz, Milstein (1' 22") [1:22]
24. Transcriptions - Tchaikovsky's Mazeppa (2' 42") [2:41]
25. Tchaikovsky - Maria's Aria From Mazeppa (2' 17") [2:16]
26. Epilogue (1' 22") [1:21]
27. Mussorgski - Hopak and End Credits (1' 40") [1:40]
Disc #2 -- Milstein
1. Opening Sequence (2' 19") [2:26]
2. First Movement (Adagio Sostenuto - Presto - Adagio) (9' 47") [10:15]
3. Second Movement (Andante con Variazione) (13' 7") [13:43]
4. Third Movement (Presto) (6' 34") [8:39]
1. Introduction by Christopher Nupen (1' 00") [1:00]
1. Opening Sequence (6' 38") [6:36]
2. The Chaconne and Applause (14'31') [14:32]
1. Introduction by Christopher Nupen (1' 43") [1:43]
1. Vladimir Ashkenazy: The Vital Juices are Russian (0' 34") [:34]
2. The Trout (0' 59") [:59]
3. Allegro Molto Title Sequence (0' 19") [:19]
4. Double Concerto (0' 14") [:13]
5. Jacqueline (0' 17") [:17]
6. Segovia at Los Olivos (0' 34") [:35]
7. The Ghost (0' 25") [1:23]
8. Pinchas Zukerman: Here to Make Music (1' 02") [1:01]
9. Itzhak Perlman : Virtuoso Violinist (0' 50") [:50]
10. Carmen : The Dream of Three Spanish Poets (2' 08") [1:55]
11. Elegies for the Deaths of Three Spanish Poets (1' 40") [2:04]
12. Andrés Segovia : The Song of the Guitar (1' 40") [1:45]
13. Ottorino Respighi : A Dream of Italy (1' 08") [1:07]
14. Pinchas Zukerman & Itzhak Perlman (2' 16") [2:16]
15. Jean Sibelius : The Early Years (2' 35") [2:31]
16. Nathan Milstein : Master of Invention (1' 40") [1:42]
17. Jacqueline du Pré and the Elgar Cello Concerto (1' 32") [1:30]
18. Modest Mussorgski: Pictures at an Exhibition (0' 49") [:48]
19. Tchaikonsky's Women (1' 50") [1:49]
20. Paganini's Daemon : A Most Enduring Legend (1' 05") [1:06]
21. Evgeny Kissin: The Gift of Music (1' 02") [1:02]
22. Evgeny Kissin at the Royal Albert Hall (1' 15") [1:10]
23. Remembering Jacqueline du Pré (2' 21") [2:24]
24. Franz Peter Schubert: The Greatest Love and the Greatest Sorrow (3' 30") [3:29]
25. Who Was Jacqueline du Pré? (1' 27") [1:29]
26. We Want the Light! (4' 06") [4:04]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Milstein
   Films
      Play All
      Allegro Films Presents
      Introduction by Christopher Nupen
      Master of Invention Part One
      Introduction by Christopher Nupen
      Master of Invention Part Two
   Subtitles
      Deutsch
      Español
      Français
      Italiano
      Suomeksi
      None
   Chapters
      Allegro Films Presetns (2' 20")
      Introduction by Christopher Nupen (1' 40")
Disc #2 -- Milstein
   Films
      Play All
      Introduction by Christopher Nupen
      The Kreutzer Sonata
      Introduction by Christopher Nupen
      The Bach Chaconne
      Introduction by Christopher Nupen
      Allegro Molto: Some Artists Affectionatley Remembered
   Subtitles
      Deutsch
      Español
      Français
      Italiano
      Suomeksi
      None
   Chapters
      Introduction by Christopher Nupen (3' 50)
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