Film, Video Justice Concerts from the Library of Congress presents Justice composed by Roger Reynolds

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Title
Justice
Other Title
Concerts from the Library of Congress presents Justice composed by Roger Reynolds
Alternate Title
Concerts from the Library of Congress presents Justice composed by Roger Reynolds
Contributor Names
Pelton, Carmen. (performer)
Schick, Steven. (performer)
Welby, Donnah. (performer)
Fonte, Henry. (dir)
Library of Congress
Created / Published
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., [2001], monographic.
Subject Headings
-  Operas
Genre
videorecording
Filmed operas.
Notes
-  composed by Roger Reynolds. (statement of responsibility)
-  Title from screen (viewed on March 20, 2009).
-  Commissioned by the Julian E. Berla and Freda Hauptman Berla Fund in the Library of Congress for the celebration of the Library's Bicentennial.
-  Carmen Pelton, soprano; Steven Schick, percussion; Donnah Welby, actress. (performers)
-  Recorded at the Thomas Jefferson Building's Great Hall on November 30, 2001. (venue)
-  Mode of access: World Wide Web. (system details)
-  System requirements: RealPlayer (system details)
-  Sung in English.
-  Henry Fonte, director.
-  Courtesy of Roger Reynolds, C. F. Peters Corp., K. Williams, Carmen Pelton, and Donnah Welby ([email protected]). Commissioned by the Julian E. Berla and Freda Hauptman Berla Fund in the Library of Congress for the celebration of the Library's Bicentennial. (Copyright Notice)
-  Courtesy of Roger Reynolds, C. F. Peters Corp., K. Williams, Carmen Pelton, and Donnah Welby ([email protected]). Commissioned by the Julian E. Berla and Freda Hauptman Berla Fund in the Library of Congress for the celebration of the Library's Bicentennial. (Copyright Notice)
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Form
electronic
electronic resource
remote
Repository
Performing Arts Reading Room (Madison, LM113)
Library of Congress Control Number
2009536002
LC Classification
M1500.R47
Online Format
image
video
Description
Videorecording. Filmed Operas.. electronic | composed by Roger Reynolds. (Statement Of Responsibility). Title from screen (viewed on March 20, 2009). Commissioned by the Julian E. Berla and Freda Hauptman Berla Fund in the Library of Congress for the celebration of the Library's Bicentennial. Carmen Pelton, soprano; Steven Schick, percussion; Donnah Welby, actress. (Performers). Recorded at the Thomas Jefferson Building's Great Hall on November 30, 2001. (Venue). [Mode of access: World Wide Web.] [System requirements: RealPlayer] Sung in English. Henry Fonte, director. Courtesy of Roger Reynolds, C. F. Peters Corp., K. Williams, Carmen Pelton, and Donnah Welby ([email protected]). Commissioned by the Julian E. Berla and Freda Hauptman Berla Fund in the Library of Congress for the celebration of the Library's Bicentennial. (Copyright Notice). Courtesy of Roger Reynolds, C. F. Peters Corp., K. Williams, Carmen Pelton, and Donnah Welby ([email protected]). Commissioned by the Julian E. Berla and Freda Hauptman Berla Fund in the Library of Congress for the celebration of the Library's Bicentennial. (Copyright Notice). Electronic (Form). Electronic Resource (Form). Remote (Form).
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Chicago citation style:

Pelton, Carmen, Steven Schick, Donnah Welby, Henry Fonte, and Library Of Congress. Justice. [Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., monographic, 2001] Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2009536002/. (Accessed September 19, 2017.)

APA citation style:

Pelton, C., Schick, S., Welby, D., Fonte, H. & Library Of Congress. (2001) Justice. [Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., monographic] [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2009536002/.

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Pelton, Carmen, et al. Justice. [Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., monographic, 2001] Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/2009536002/>.