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Young People's Concert [DVD] [Import] (英語) DVD – 2004/9/28

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  • 出版社: Kultur Video (2004/9/28)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 0769715036
  • ISBN-13: 978-0769715032
  • ASIN: B0002S641O
  • 発売日: 2004/9/28
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音楽という抽象化の度合いの高い芸術形式を、言語で説明するのは難しいことです。しかもそれを子供にも理解できるような平易な言葉で語るのがいかに困難なことか、人にものを教えたことのある人であればすぐに理解できるでしょう。バーンスタインはこの困難な仕事を見事にやってのけています。
これほど判りやすい音楽の解説であれば、小学校の高学年くらいの音楽の授業で、教材としても使えるのではないでしょうか。とくに最初の「音楽とは何か」という回は、本当に素晴らしい内容です。
子供向けの番組なので言葉遣いは難しくありませんし、バーンスタインの英語もなかなかきれい。多少聞き取りの出来る人であれば問題なく理解できます。
できればうちの子供にも見せたいくらいですが、いかんせん輸入版で日本語の字幕も吹き替えもなし。本当は子供向けの番組なので、ぜひ国内版を出してほしいと切に願います。
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今さら言うまでもないですが、すばらしい内容です。子供向けですが、大人が聞いても大変ためになると思います。少なくともぼくは、ずいぶん勉強になりました。旋法(モード)についての説明や、音楽における民族性、オーケストラの音色など、今でも野心的なテーマだと思います。音楽クイズは、内容もさることながら、説明の仕方がうまくて楽しめました。

また、子供向けであるにもかかわらず、ストラヴィンスキーの「ペトルーシュカ」とかショスタコーヴィチの第9交響曲とかマーラー「大地の歌」など、かなりハードな曲が演奏されています。チャベスのインディオ交響曲やレブエルタスのセンセマヤなんかまでやっています。

ホント、何度見ても飽きません。日本語字幕が付いていないのは残念ですが、英語は聞き取りやすいです。

分かりやすく説明するということに関して、永遠のお手本だと思います。
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バーンスタインが制作した子ども向けの番組ながら、内容は多岐に渡り大変興味深いです。若い人向けの単なる音楽講義ではない、作曲家であり指揮者でもあるバーンスタインならではの音楽教育。バーンスタインと会場の観客たちが一緒に手拍子し、歌い、ニューヨークフィルの演奏を聴きながらの授業は、録画から数十年経った今見ても微笑ましく、大変勉強になります。全編見るのは見応えがありますが、年齢を問わず音楽に関わる人すべてに見てほしい、見る価値のある映像だと思います。音楽の先生に是非おすすめ。
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5つ星のうち 5.0 A Lasting Tribute to Bernstein and Quailty TV 2005/4/29
投稿者 dooby - (Amazon.com)
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This series of concerts is a truly wonderful achievement. It must surely rank among the finest treasures of the television medium.

Bernstein aside from being a brilliant musician is a wonderful teacher. To think that these concerts were conceived for children. In today's context this would probably be more suitable for the general adult music lover, someone with at least a modicum of musical knowledge. I'm not sure how today's children would respond to them, especially with their dated look and relatively dry subject matter.

The concerts technically are not concerts at all but music appreciation classes, led by a brilliant maestro, full of passion for his subject and backed by a superlative orchestra. The topics covered range from the disarmingly simple like "What is a Melody?" to the simple yet profound, "What does music mean?" Does music have meaning? He covers standard music subjects like sonata form, symphonic music, concerto form and tries to define what is classical music. In all these subjects, he is never anything less than compelling. He also explores little discussed topics like the significance of intervals and the concept of modes. One drawback of the TV broadcast format is that he is limited to a mere one hour to explain each topic. By the end of the session on musical modes he is so pressed for time he can only zip through the the remainder of his notes. In the episode on Folk Music, he touches on the relationship between language and music, a theme he would pursue in far greater depth and length in his Harvard Lectures of 1973. The other aspect of the concerts is the introduction of lesser known composers to his young audience. Particularly treasurable is the episode on Mahler. Bernstein, the long-time champion of Mahler, spends the entire hour introducing his young audience to the then obscure composer's works, this at a time when even regular concert-going audiences were unfamiliar with them. The other episode among this group that stands out is his tribute to Aaron Copland in "What is American Music?". Bernstein proclaims Copland as the greatest living American composer and has the man himself conduct exerpts from his Third Symphony. Unfortunately Kultur has omitted another episode devoted entirely to Copland, "Aaron Copland Birthday Party" which discusses Copland's lesser known works and has the composer himself conduct his famous El Salon Mexico. Among Bernstein's many guests, are the great soprano Christa Ludwig and the baritone Walter Berry, featured in the 125th joint anniversary of the New York and Vienna Philharmonic Orchestras - "A Toast to Vienna" (Christmas 1967). Other guests include the Israeli soprano Netania Devrath singing Villa Lobos' haunting Bachianas Brasilieras No. 5. My favorite surprise appearance was by Marni Nixon, the unjustly uncredited singing voice behind Hollywood's greatest musicals (she was the singing voice for Natalie Wood in West Side Story, Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady and Deborah Kerr in The King & I). Here we get to see her in the flesh, singing exerpts from Canteloube's achingly beautiful Songs of the Auvergne. The series fittingly ends with Beethoven's operatic paean to freedom, Fidelio.

On the technical side, much leeway has to be given because the picture quality varies from downright poor to above average (for its period). The earliest concerts have problems with lens distortion which create an effect similar to looking through a goldfish bowl. One must understand that when these concerts began, way back in the Fifties, television broadcast technology was relatively primitive. There was no such thing as videotape. To record a live concert broadcast for later transmission or for posterity, they used a primitive technology called kinescope recording. Essentially this entailed putting a film-based motion picture camera in front of a TV screen and capturing the moving images from the TV screen onto film. That was their version of the videotape. Hence the poor quality of the initial few episodes. However, quality gets progressively better until eventually color is introduced in the Nov 1967 concert. Only the last six concerts are actually in color. Still, you're not buying this set for how beautiful the picture looks. Soundwise, it is mostly in mono but helpfully remixed to 2.0 and 5.1 surround. A pleasant surprise is that the final two concerts are actually recorded in native dual-channel stereo - and pretty effective stereo at that. Overall, the sound is not great but more than acceptable for its purpose.

My only regret with this set is that it contains just 25 out of the total of 53 Young People's Concerts that Bernstein actually gave. Here is a listing of the episodes contained in the set:
1. What Does Music Mean?
2. What is American Music?
3. What is Orchestration?
4. What Makes Music Symphonic?
5. What is Classical Music?
6. Humor in Music
7. What is a Concerto?
8. Who is Gustav Mahler?
9. Folk Music in the Concert Hall
10. What is Impressionism?
11. Happy Birthday, Igor Stravinsky
12. What is a Melody?
13. The Latin American Spirit
14. Jazz in the Concert Hall
15. What is Sonata Form?
16. A Tribute to Sibelius
17. Musical Atoms: A Study in Intervals
18. The Sound of an Orchestra
19. A Birthday Tribute to Shostakovich
20. What is a Mode?
21. A Toast to Vienna in 3/4 Time
22. Quiz-Concert: How Musical Are You?
23. Berlioz Takes a Trip
24. Two Ballet Birds
25. Fidelio: A Celebration of Life

Some episodes not found on this set include:

Anatomy of a Symphony Orchestra
Bach Transmogrified
Charles Ives: American Pioneer
Farewell to Nationalism
Forever Beethoven!
Holst: "The Planets"
Liszt and the Devil
Modern Music from All Over
Overtures and Preludes
The Genius of Paul Hindemith
The Road to Paris
The Second Hurricane
Thus Spake Richard Strauss

Hopefully Kultur will release these and the remainder soon.

For those who may be interested, the transcripts for most of these concerts are available online either from the Library of Congress (Leonard Bernstein Collection) or Leornard Bernstein's official website. The LoC has high quality color scans of all the handwritten manuscripts and typewritten transcripts bequeathed to it by the Bernstein estate, complete with Bernstein's barely legible scribblings and annotations.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Looking forward to snowbound winter months.... 2014/5/19
投稿者 LadyBeth - (Amazon.com)
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I specifically bought this to enjoy during the winter....you don't mind being snowbound and stuck at home if there's a real treat for the occasion...like a chance to sit down and enjoy well-presented musical entertainment - and have a lovely cup of tea!! After the winter of 2013-14, I figured it would be wise to get BOTH volumes.

A real musical gift to myself - these are well done and enjoyable and Maestro Bernstein presents the music and his knowledge in a way which get YOU enthused about it!

I learned about this series in a mini-music class on Bernstein's work - presented by my school district's adult education program.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Bernstein's Young People's Concert on DVD 2011/2/3
投稿者 Michael J. Peterson - (Amazon.com)
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This DVD series was, and still is a classic opportunity to examine facets of music as either an adult, or a child. The concerts were held for school children of elementary through high school age, as you can see in video shots of the audience and chaperones in attendance. Mr. Bernstein brings his background as a conductor and composer to life in simple yet effective ways to examine topics like 'what is music'. He explores form, styles, composers and a wealth of information regarding specific pieces of music and how they came to be from the minds of the composers who wrote them. The booklet that accompanies give suggestions how to develop and educational 'portfolio' if this is used in the classroom, enabling students to think about their perceptions of music and to develop a vocabulary for describing music. Of course, the clothing and the black and white rendering does show that this dates from the 1950's, but there is not another conductor in history who has given this depth of discussion to music which is understandable by, and available to young people today. Highly recommended to anyone who is teaching music, studying music or wanting to get more appreciation for music.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Young People's Concerts are for Everyone 2009/5/4
投稿者 R. Nadel - (Amazon.com)
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What an amazingly rich experience these concert programs are! Everyone responds to Bernstein's warm and passionate manner, and anyone's appreciation for classical music will be enhanced by his cogent and fun explorations into the myriad aspects of classical music. Anyone new to classical music who watches these programs will find themselves with new ways to derive great pleasure in life. Anyone familiar with classical music will smile inwardly as they find wonderful nuggets that increase the pleasures they have already tasted.

Classical music attendance and sales have been on a decline for some time. But in the 1950s there was a broader appreciation for all the arts as uplifting experiences; people respected an understanding of the arts and considered that an important component to a well-rounded life.

Leonard Bernstein was able to reach a large enthusiastic and receptive audience through the relatively untried medium of TV. I remember watching many of these concerts on TV as a kid, our family thought of those programs as important somehow. We have nothing like that today in either content or impact.

Bernstein was very popular at the time and for good reason. He was an enthusiastic guide no matter what he was doing: conducting, concertizing, composing, or teaching outright. He found enjoyable ways to entertain and educate, without being pedantic.

For a completely satisfying new old experience, I highly recommend these enchanting programs. And after having done that, I recommend taking in Bernstein's more detailed explorations in his Harvard Lectures series from the early 70s, available from the same video house.
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5つ星のうち 4.0 so happy to have this! 2013/5/26
投稿者 Catherine C. Wright - (Amazon.com)
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These are an absolute treasure and my kids will be watching them over and over again. The only reason I didn't give it another star is because you need to be aware that these were recorded with 1950s quality and if you are looking for exquisite sound you will be disappointed. If you are looking for a music education for kids by a brilliant man, this it wonderful.
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