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Ivancsits, Rudolf Georg: Interactive Television
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Erscheinungsdatum: 11.08.2008, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Interactive Television, Auflage: 2. Auflage von 1980 // 2. Auflage, Autor: Ivancsits, Rudolf Georg, Verlag: GRIN Verlag, Sprache: Deutsch, Rubrik: Medienwissenschaften // Sonstiges, Seiten: 32, Gewicht: 60 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Knops, T: Aufmerksamkeit des Blicks. Vom Schwin...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 31.12.1986, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Die Aufmerksamkeit des Blicks. Vom Schwinden der Sinne in der Filmtheorie und seinem Gegenmittel, Titelzusatz: Zur Kritik des Szientismus und Obskurantismus in der semiotischen und psychoanalytischen Filmtheorie, Autor: Knops, Tilo Rudolf, Verlag: Lang, Peter GmbH // Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Farbfotografie // Fotografie // Photo // Photographie // Psychologie // Film // Kinematografie // Kunst // allgemein, Rubrik: Fotografie, Seiten: 259, Reihe: Europäische Hochschulschriften (Reihe 30): Theater-, Film- und Fernsehwissenschaften / Theatre, Film and Television (Nr. 24), Gewicht: 328 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Jazz & Ballet Suites/Film Music
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After releasing the highly successful sets of Shostakovich symphonies (the award-winning cycle of Rudolf Barshai) and the string quartets ( highly acclaimed performances of the Rubio Quartet), this set presents the Jazz Suites, Ballet Suites and Film Music. Shostakovich lived a live full of tension and controverses in the Stalin era. As a "modernist" he was reprimanded and threatened to be banned. As a sign of "good behaviour" he wrote music for mass audiences, in a "popular" style. But Shostakovich being Shostakovich, he managed to suggest under the surface of the sometimes nearly vulgar music his unique sense of bitter irony and revolt. The Jazz suites enjoy a huge popularity. The "Second Waltz" from the first Suite gained world reputation through the arrangement of Andre Rieu. The film music for the Gadfly is famous fir its Romance, which was used in a popular television series. Excellent, idiomatic performances ( new recordings!) by the Ukrainian Orchestra under Theodore Kuchar, who have a reputation to lose in this repertoire, because of their vast discography for Naxos.

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Jazz & Ballet Suites/Film Music
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After releasing the highly successful sets of Shostakovich symphonies (the award-winning cycle of Rudolf Barshai) and the string quartets ( highly acclaimed performances of the Rubio Quartet), this set presents the Jazz Suites, Ballet Suites and Film Music. Shostakovich lived a live full of tension and controverses in the Stalin era. As a "modernist" he was reprimanded and threatened to be banned. As a sign of "good behaviour" he wrote music for mass audiences, in a "popular" style. But Shostakovich being Shostakovich, he managed to suggest under the surface of the sometimes nearly vulgar music his unique sense of bitter irony and revolt. The Jazz suites enjoy a huge popularity. The "Second Waltz" from the first Suite gained world reputation through the arrangement of Andre Rieu. The film music for the Gadfly is famous fir its Romance, which was used in a popular television series. Excellent, idiomatic performances ( new recordings!) by the Ukrainian Orchestra under Theodore Kuchar, who have a reputation to lose in this repertoire, because of their vast discography for Naxos.

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History of Dance on Screen [Video]
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In this revelatory new documentary, director Reiner E. Moritz poses the question: How has the media influenced dance in the twentieth century and vice versa? Over this period an extensive archive of beautiful choreography, performed by the finest dancers has accumulated on film and television, resulting in a major dispersion of dance through the media. In addition, new art forms such as dance movies and ballet films have emerged from this development in moving images, where dance is created specifically for the camera. “A History Of Dance On Screen” contains an impressive amount of archive footage featuring the greatest dancers and choreographers of the twentieth and twenty first centuries, framed by in-depth interviews with great personalities of the contemporary dance scene – featuring Alvin Ailey, Pina Bausch, Maurice Béjart, Matthew Bourne, Margot Fonteyn, Martha Graham, John Neumeier, Rudolf Nureyev, Anna Pavlova, Roland Petit, Sasha Waltz and many others.

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Rudolf Schock
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rudolf Johann Schock (September 4, 1915 November 13, 1986) was a German tenor. He sung a wide repertory from operetta to Lohengrin, recording among others opera and lieder, doing television, radio and film work. Slim and handsome, he made many films. His voice fell almost into the heldentenor fach but was smaller and more "ingratiating" than many voices in that category. Colored distinctly with a rich baritonal quality, Schock is described by Grove as a "lyric tenor" with a warm flexible voice, and a "strong top voice" which suited him to "heroic roles". However the same source feels that his acting left something to be desired. When he was 18 and still continuing his musical studies that took him to Cologne, Hannover and Berlin Schock joined the opera chorus at Theater Duisburg in the city of his birth. The Staatstheater Braunschweig cast Schock in solo roles in 1937, but his career was interrupted by his being enlisted into the army in 1940. It resumed after the war in 1945 in Hannover. In 1946, he appeared with two of the Berlin-based opera companies and in 1947 he joined the Hamburg State Opera where he was a member until 1956.

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Vendela Kirsebom
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Vendela Maria Kirsebom (born January 12, 1967) is a Swedish-Norwegian model and actress. Born in Stockholm, Sweden to a Norwegian mother and a Swedish father of Turkish descent. At the age of 13, Kirsebom was discovered in Stockholm, by Eileen Ford herself, while eating in a restaurant. When 18, she graduated from the Rudolf Steiner School and moved to Italy to pursue a career in modeling under the guidance of the famous Ford Models. After a contract with Elizabeth Arden, Kirsebom moved to the United States, where she began working as Almay''s spokesperson. The companies she has represented include Elizabeth Arden, Revlon Lasting fragrance, Lay''s, Barbour, Diesel, Hanes, JH Collectibles, Lipton, Mikimoto, and Victoria''s Secret. Her model agency in Sweden are Mikas and in U.S. Ford Models. She has appeared on the magazine covers of Bride''s (USA), Flare (Canada), Shape (USA), FHM (UK), and Zest (USA) and has been featured multiple times in the pages of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. She has acted in some television shows and films, such as Batman and Robin (1997).

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Rudolf Martin
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rudolf Martin (born 31 July 1967) is a German actor. He has appeared in a handful of off-Broadway productions, and has also made guest appearances on numerous television series. Martin was born in Berlin, Germany. After arriving in Los Angeles in 1999, he appeared in the Warner Brothers thriller Swordfish (film) starring John Travolta, Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry and Don Cheadle. In the film Martin plays Axl Torvalds, an internationally renowned computer hacker who leads FBI agent on the trail of a criminal mastermind. Based on his performance in Swordfish, Martin was offered a role in the German thriller Lautlos. Before Swordfish Martin played a role in the original Showtime series Beggars and Choosers, an inside look at the television networks developed by Peter Lefcourt and the late Brandon Tartikoff that was popular within the entertainment industry. Martin played "Nikolai Krasnakov", the charming but dangerous Russian mobster whose life was to be developed into a mini-series by the fictional network. Martin played Krasnakov for the entire two seasons.

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Rudi Koertzen
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Rudolf Eric Koertzen (born 26 March 1949) otherwise known as Rudi Koertzen is an international cricket umpire. His name is pronounced / k ts n/ in English. Koertzen was born in Knysna in Cape Province, South Africa. A cricket enthusiast since his youth, Koertzen played league cricket while working for South African Railways. He became an umpire in 1981. His "slow death" style of indicating that a batsman is out makes him at once recognisable anywhere in the cricket world. He officiated in his first One Day International match when South Africa played India at Port Elizabeth on 9 December 1992, and in his first Test match during the same tour, when South Africa played India at Port Elizabeth on 26-29 December 1992. This series was also the first in which television replays were used to assist with run out decisions.

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