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New Audiovisual Items Added to the Library's Collection December 2012

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The art of conducting [videorecording] : great conductors of the past /
[an] IMG Artists/BBC production in association with Teldec Classics
International and Sender Freies Berlin.
Hamburg : Teldec Video : [Distributed by] Warner Music Vision, c1993.
1 videodisc (164 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in. + 1
booklet (18 p. ; 18 cm.)
Features sixteen of the great conductors of this century in rehearsal and
performance. Archival footage complements first-hand recollections of
these conductors by some of today's most eminent musicians.

The art of conducting [videorecording] : legendary conductors of a golden
/ a Teldec Classics International production ; in association with IMG
Artists ; produced by Marcos Klorman ; directed by Peter R. Smith.
Hamburg : Teldec Video, p1997.
1 videodisc (115 min.) : sd., b&w with col. sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Rehearsal and performance footage presenting the work of six conductors:
Sergiu Celibidache, Wilhelm Furtw*angler, Erich Kleiber, Willem
Mengelberg, Evgeny Mravinsky, and Charles Munch. Archival footage is
complemented by first-hand recollections of these conductors by people who
knew them. Also includes rare film clips of Herbert von Karajan, Hermann
Scherchen, Andr*e Cluytens, and V*aclav Talich.

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Born in the U.S.A. [videorecording] / CPB ; a film by Marcia Jarmel and
Ken Schneider ; produced in association with Independent Television
Service ; produced by PatchWorks Productions.
San Francisco, CA : PatchWorks Films, c2007.
1 videodisc (ca. 57 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
This program explores the landscape of maternity care through the eyes of
three caregivers: a progressive obstetrician working at a teaching
hospital, a skillful articulate licensed midwife who attends home births,
and a compassionate certified nurse-midwife who bridges both worlds in an
urban, free-standing birth center. Examines childbirth practices in this
country, and raises important questions about technology, about social and
other factors that impact our experiences of child birth, and about what
constitutes best care.
Pop culture and birth -- American birth history -- Hospital: Post partum
-- Hospital: Marcia's labor -- Homebirth: Home prenatal -- Homebirth:
Clinic prenatal -- Birth center: Midwifery -- Birth center: Pre-natal --
Birth center: Technology -- Birth center: Iris's birth -- Hospital:
Morning rounds -- Hospital: Kelly's labor -- Hospital: Pain relief --
Hospital: Fetal monitoring -- Hospital: Soely's birth -- Hospital:
Technology -- Hospital: Case review -- Home birth: Megan's birth -- Birth
center: Midwives and obs -- Birth center: Pain relief -- Birth center:
Hospital transfer -- Hospital: Risk assessment -- Hospital: Meeae's labor
-- Hospital: Epidural -- Hospital: C-section -- Credits.

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Facing hate [videorecording] : with Elie Wiesel and Bill Moyers / produced
and directed by Catherine Tatge, Dominique Lasseur ; a production of
International Cultural Programming, Inc. and Public Affairs Television,
Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c2003, c1991.
1 videodisc (58 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Bill Moyers interviews Elie Wiesel who probes the logic of hatred as
expressed in books, religion, history and personal experience. When Wiesel
was 15, his family perished in the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz. As he has
struggled to understand hatred and its role in contemporary world affairs,
he has become a prolific writer, a leader in the worldwide cause of human
rights. and the winner of the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize.
DVD 505

PovertyCure [videorecording] / Acton Media presents a Coldwater Media
production ; [produced and directed by] Michael Matheson Miller.
[United States] : Acton Media, c2012.
4 videodiscs (155 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in + 1 booklet.
"We often ask how do we alleviate poverty. But the real question is, how
do people in the developing world create prosperity for their families and
their communities? Join host Michael Matheson Miller on a journey around
the world to explore the foundations of human flourishing, and learn how
people are moving toward partnerships and pursuing entrepreneurial
solutions to poverty rooted in the creative capacity of the human person
made in the image of God. Meet religious and political leaders,
entrepreneurs, missionaries, and renowned development experts, and
discover the powerful resources Christianity brings to the pursuit of
human flourishing"--Container.
Part 1. Charity that hurts -- Part 2. The entrepreneurial calling -- Part
3. Justice for the poor -- Part 4. Circles of exchange -- Part 5. The
power of the Gospel -- Part 6. Churches, communities and culture.

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