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The birth of the orchestra. (1990)

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Rehearsal joint orchestra of Russia and the United States.

Conductor makes an observation harpist.

Interviews with Russian and American musicians of difficulties in communication and understanding;

the difference of the two orchestral schools.

Violinists play.

American musicians ride the bus.

The residence of the American ambassador in Moscow.

Party for the new orchestra.

Musicians rest.

Americans sing in chorus.

Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory.

Russian cellist play.

Leonid Nikolayev, director of the Moscow Conservatory, working with cellist.

Leonid Nikolayev on the consolidated part of the orchestra (synchronously).

Interviewed crew on a good contact with the musicians.

The orchestra plays solos American flutist.

Interview with Russian musician of Tchaikovsky's music and French music.

Conductor Kathryn Homa rehearse with the orchestra symphonic scherzo "The Sorcerer's Apprentice," Paul Dukas

and "Concerto for Violin and Orchestra" Sibelius.

Soloist American violinist Joshua Bell.

Kathryn Homa on musicians (synchronously).

"McDonald's" turned the tables at the Moscow Conservatory.

Musicians eat hot dogs and drink a Coke.

Apartment Leonid Nikolaev.

Dressed.

Comes to the conservatory.

The scene of the Moscow Conservatory.

Concert Orchestra.

The audience in the hall.

Katherine and Joshua Bell out of the conservatory.

Joshua Bell on stage playing the violin, Katherine conducts a lot of shots.

Applause.

Joshua Bell about his love for the tour and travel (synchronously).

Baltic, species.

Leonid Nikolayev on a concert in the Baltic States (synchronously).

American musicians of the Baltic States (synchronously).

Musicians walk down the street.

Russian musicians of the Baltic States (synchronously).

Musicians are tools, pack bags, go with the bags in the city, ride the bus.

Fragments of concerts.

Musicians on the coast, burning fire.

American musicians problem with accommodation in the Baltics (synchronously).

The orchestra rehearses with Nikolaev street in chairs.

Baltic people in the streets.

Musicians with instruments.

Leonid Nikolayev on only one rehearsal of Brahms, for which you need to do a concert (synchronously).

Interviews with the musicians in a bus on a large number of complex shows (synchronously).

Kaliningrad city views.

American plays the bassoon.

Trumpeter playing on the waterfront.

Old German quarter, ramshackle municipal building.

Residents complain about the conditions in (synchronous).

Musicians are sleeping on the steps, benches.

Russian musicians on the tour (synchronously).

Concert Hall in Kaliningrad.

Plays a summary of the Soviet-American orchestra.

Full house audience.

Applause.

Second-class carriage.

Russian musicians are on the shelves.

Russian musicians are outraged that traveling by train, and the Americans are flying aircraft (synchronously).

Musicians ready for rehearsals in the hall.

Administrator communicates with the orchestra conductor Katherine.

Personnel

Dzhoshua Bell -- musician Leonid Nikolaev -- conductor Ketrin Home -- conductor

Calendar

1990

Locations

Moscow, Lithuania, Kaliningrad

Objects

The Moscow Conservatory named after PI Tchaikovsky, streets, bus, train

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