Film, Video the ébène quartet fiction at the folies bergère

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Title
the ébène quartet fiction at the folies bergère
Contributor Names
Olivier Simonnet (director)
Created / Published
France.
Notes
-  Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
-  Made-for-TV programme or made-for-video/DVD release.
-  Feature film (over 60 minutes).
-  "Footprints" by Wayne Shorter; "Nature boy" by Eden Ahbez; "Misirlou" by Milton Leeds, Fred Wise, N. Roubanis, Bob Russell; "Unrequited" by Brad Mehldau; "Calling you" by Bob Telson; "All blues/So what?" by Miles Davis; "Libertango" by Astor Piazzolla; "Nothing personal" by Don Grolnick; "7-29-04 the day of" by David Holmes; "Someday my prince will come" by Larry Morey, Frank Churchill; "Streets of Philadelphia" by Bruce Springsteen. 1. "Quiet nights of quiet stars (Corcovado)" by Gene Lees, Antonio Carlos Jobim; "Waters of March (Aguas de Março) by Antonio Carlos Jobim. 2. "Over the rainbow" by E. Y. Harburg, Harold Arlen; "What are you doing the rest of your life?" by Marilyn Bergman, Alan Bergman, Michel Legrand. (Songs)
-  Quatuor Èbène:- Pierre Colombet, Gabriel Le Magadure, violin; Mathieu Herzog, viola; Raphaël Merlin, cello; with Richard Héry, drums. 1. + Stacey Kent, vocal; Jim Tomlinson, soprano sax, tenor sax. 2. + Natalie Dessay, vocal. (Personnel on Camera)
-  Recorded on 15th November 2010 at Les Folies Bergère, Paris.
-  Jazz on the Screen is a reference work of filmographic information and does not point to digitized versions of the items described. The Library of Congress may or may not own a copy of a particular film or video. To request additional information Ask a Librarian (http://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-record.html).
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motion picture | Made-for-TV programme or made-for-video/DVD release. Feature film (over 60 minutes). "Footprints" by Wayne Shorter; "Nature boy" by Eden Ahbez; "Misirlou" by Milton Leeds, Fred Wise, N. Roubanis, Bob Russell; "Unrequited" by Brad Mehldau; "Calling you" by Bob Telson; "All blues/So what?" by Miles Davis; "Libertango" by Astor Piazzolla; "Nothing personal" by Don Grolnick; "7-29-04 the day of" by David Holmes; "Someday my prince will come" by Larry Morey, Frank Churchill; "Streets of Philadelphia" by Bruce Springsteen. 1. "Quiet nights of quiet stars (Corcovado)" by Gene Lees, Antonio Carlos Jobim; "Waters of March (Aguas de Março) by Antonio Carlos Jobim. 2. "Over the rainbow" by E. Y. Harburg, Harold Arlen; "What are you doing the rest of your life?" by Marilyn Bergman, Alan Bergman, Michel Legrand. (Songs). Quatuor Èbène:- Pierre Colombet, Gabriel Le Magadure, violin; Mathieu Herzog, viola; Raphaël Merlin, cello; with Richard Héry, drums. 1. + Stacey Kent, vocal; Jim Tomlinson, soprano sax, tenor sax. 2. + Natalie Dessay, vocal. (Personnel On Camera). Recorded on 15th November 2010 at Les Folies Bergère, Paris. Motion Picture (Form).
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