Great American music [DVD videorecording] : Broadway musicals / Bill Messenger.

Contributor(s): Messenger, Bill | Teaching CompanyMaterial type: FilmFilmSeries: Great courses (DVD): Publisher: Chantilly, VA : Teaching Co., c2006Edition: Library edDescription: 4 videodiscs (12 hr.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 2 course guidebooks (66, 68 p. ; 22 cm.)ISBN: 159803202X; 9781598032024Other title: Broadway musicalsSubject(s): Musical theater -- United States -- History and criticism | Musical theater -- United States | Musicals -- United States -- History and criticism | Musicals -- United StatesGenre/Form: Educational videos.LOC classification: ML2054 | .M477 2006
Contents:
Disc 1. 1. The essence of the musical -- 2. The minstrel era, 1828 to c. 1900 -- 3. Evolution of the verse/chorus song -- 4. The ragtime years [c. 1890-1917] -- disc 2. 5. The Vaudeville era [1881 to c. 1935] -- 6. Tin Pan Alley -- 7. Broadway in its infancy -- 8. The revue versus the book musical -- disc 3. Superstars on the horizon -- 10. Transition into the Jazz Age [1916-20] -- 11. Irving Berlin and Jerome Kern : contrasts -- 12. George Gershwin's legacy [1919 to c. 1935] -- disc. 12 Rogers and Hammerstein era [1940s] -- Golden age of musical theater [1950s] -- Rock 'n' roll reaches Broadway [1960s] -- 16. Big bucks and long runs [1970s-present].
Production credits: Producer, editor, Jaimee M. Aigret ; content supervisor, Ann Waigand ; image acquisition, Stephanie Gutgesell ; audio engineer, Ed Salzman ; studio engineer, Sal Rodriguez.Taught by professor Bill Messenger, the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University.Summary: A series of sixteen lectures by Bill Messenger on the origins and variety of Broadway musicals.
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"No. 7318."

"Art & music"--Container.

"Music & fine arts"--Discs.

Taught by professor Bill Messenger, the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University.

Guides include bibliographical references.

A series of sixteen lectures by Bill Messenger on the origins and variety of Broadway musicals.

Disc 1. 1. The essence of the musical -- 2. The minstrel era, 1828 to c. 1900 -- 3. Evolution of the verse/chorus song -- 4. The ragtime years [c. 1890-1917] -- disc 2. 5. The Vaudeville era [1881 to c. 1935] -- 6. Tin Pan Alley -- 7. Broadway in its infancy -- 8. The revue versus the book musical -- disc 3. Superstars on the horizon -- 10. Transition into the Jazz Age [1916-20] -- 11. Irving Berlin and Jerome Kern : contrasts -- 12. George Gershwin's legacy [1919 to c. 1935] -- disc. 12 Rogers and Hammerstein era [1940s] -- Golden age of musical theater [1950s] -- Rock 'n' roll reaches Broadway [1960s] -- 16. Big bucks and long runs [1970s-present].

Producer, editor, Jaimee M. Aigret ; content supervisor, Ann Waigand ; image acquisition, Stephanie Gutgesell ; audio engineer, Ed Salzman ; studio engineer, Sal Rodriguez.

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