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Incy Wincy Spider
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Incy Wincy Spider

Clip from Play School
Yes, it's that old F-2 staple - a fun animated version, then a version with hand actions!

Yes, it's that old F-2 staple - a fun animated version, then a version with hand actions!

Is hip-hop the most influential music?
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Is hip-hop the most influential music?

Clip from Behind the News
Everyone has different tastes in music so it's hard to narrow down one genre as the most influential, but scientists have attempted to do that by analysing US music charts ...

Everyone has different tastes in music so it's hard to narrow down one genre as the most influential, but scientists have attempted to do that by analysing US music charts from 1960 to 2010. During that time, they've determined that no other genre of music has been as influential as hiphop in changing the landscape of music and impacting all sorts of artists. Hear more about their findings and meet some hiphop fans who explain why the music means so much to them.

A rising country music star
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A rising country music star

Clip from Totally Wild
Meet a young girl who is on the way to becoming a country music star. Find out what inspires her music.

Meet a young girl who is on the way to becoming a country music star. Find out what inspires her music.

Flynn and Dudley's sound effect story
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Flynn and Dudley's sound effect story

Clip from Take On Technology
Flynn and Dudley tell a story while using a variety of materials to create sound effects.

Flynn and Dudley tell a story while using a variety of materials to create sound effects.

What it takes to be an opera diva
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What it takes to be an opera diva

Clip from Totally Wild
Today, Duane is investigating how to be a diva because he is subbing for Kellyn, who has the flu. We learn the male of the genre is a 'divo'. From his conversations with opera ...

Today, Duane is investigating how to be a diva because he is subbing for Kellyn, who has the flu. We learn the male of the genre is a 'divo'. From his conversations with opera students, we learn that posture, breath control, and resonance so your voice can carry over the orchestra are all vital components of the operatic voice. Duane is put through a series of breathing exercises involving certain noises which aid them. You and your students are going to be wildly entertained by the hilarious

Moreton Celtic Fiddle Club
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Moreton Celtic Fiddle Club

Clip from Totally Wild
Stacey Thomson meets the young violin players at the Moreton Celtic Fiddle Club and learns what they like about playing a musical instrument and how they feel about performing.

Stacey Thomson meets the young violin players at the Moreton Celtic Fiddle Club and learns what they like about playing a musical instrument and how they feel about performing.

Making sound effects
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Making sound effects

Clip from Take On Technology
Learn how various household items can be used to make sound effects. Guess the animal by didgeridoo sounds.

Learn how various household items can be used to make sound effects. Guess the animal by didgeridoo sounds.

How to play the bagpipes
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How to play the bagpipes

Clip from Totally Wild
Today, Seamus tackles learning a wee bit of his Scottish heritage and helps introduce us all to the bagpipes. We observe the hilarious result of a fiveminute bagpipe tutorial, ...

Today, Seamus tackles learning a wee bit of his Scottish heritage and helps introduce us all to the bagpipes. We observe the hilarious result of a fiveminute bagpipe tutorial, when in fact the music students on hand tell Seamus this will take five months!never fear, lads and lasses another option in this traditional bagpipe band setup would be to learn part of the drum kit. Or you might want to try Highland dancing, as the accompanying group here show beautifully.

Body percussion
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Body percussion

Clip from Music Moves
Explore the use of the body as a percussion instrument with a piece of repertoire that can be used for preinstrumental skill development.

Explore the use of the body as a percussion instrument with a piece of repertoire that can be used for preinstrumental skill development.

Opera in a water reservoir
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Opera in a water reservoir

Clip from Totally Wild
Courtney Wilkie gets a lesson from Underground Opera Company singers after a visit to Opera in the Reservoir.

Courtney Wilkie gets a lesson from Underground Opera Company singers after a visit to Opera in the Reservoir.

Scottish bands and bagpipes
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Scottish bands and bagpipes

Clip from Totally Wild
Join Seamus on a visit to a Scottish band and hear all about the instruments and the basics of playing the bagpipes

Join Seamus on a visit to a Scottish band and hear all about the instruments and the basics of playing the bagpipes

A jazz workshop with James Morrison
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A jazz workshop with James Morrison

Clip from Totally Wild
A student big band on their way to C-Gen get first hand advice from jazz legend James Morrison

A student big band on their way to C-Gen get first hand advice from jazz legend James Morrison

Performing with the ukulele
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Performing with the ukulele

Clip from Totally Wild
Duane Strauss meets children learning to play the ukulele ahead of a performance with the Brisbane Ukulele Music Society.

Duane Strauss meets children learning to play the ukulele ahead of a performance with the Brisbane Ukulele Music Society.

Aboriginal kids write own hip-hop
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Aboriginal kids write own hip-hop

Aboriginal students share stories about the Yuendumu community with hiphop in their own language, Warlpiri, as part of a Wakakirri Festival music program.

Aboriginal students share stories about the Yuendumu community with hiphop in their own language, Warlpiri, as part of a Wakakirri Festival music program.

Conducting an orchestra
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Conducting an orchestra

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News meets an orchestra conductor to learn what their role is in producing live music.

Behind The News meets an orchestra conductor to learn what their role is in producing live music.

Making musical instruments
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Making musical instruments

Clip from Take On Technology
Children design and build their own musical instruments out of recyclable materials.

Children design and build their own musical instruments out of recyclable materials.

Musical instruments and how they work
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Musical instruments and how they work

Clip from Take On Technology
An overview of the different types of musical instruments and how they work.

An overview of the different types of musical instruments and how they work.

Learning traditional African drum rhythms
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Learning traditional African drum rhythms

Clip from Totally Wild
In Kenya, Africa, Courtney learns a traditional native drum pattern from Master Drummer Sam Okoth who uses sticks. Then she is lucky to learn from another master drummer, Nii ...

In Kenya, Africa, Courtney learns a traditional native drum pattern from Master Drummer Sam Okoth who uses sticks. Then she is lucky to learn from another master drummer, Nii Armah, who plays 'physical drums' with his hands. We get a demonstration of the talking drum which is held under the arm. Back in the Kenyan community, this is a way of sending everyone messages, and your class will be fascinated. They will become particularly enchanted when learning that African beats are the basis of tech

Happy Birthday song copyright dilemma
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Happy Birthday song copyright dilemma

Clip from Behind the News
Did you know that someone actually owns the Happy Birthday song and makes quite a bit of money off of it It's actually the reason you don't hear it in a lot of TV shows or ...

Did you know that someone actually owns the Happy Birthday song and makes quite a bit of money off of it It's actually the reason you don't hear it in a lot of TV shows or movies. Find out what it means to have a song copyrighted and why there's a little bit of debate over the ownership of this particular song.

World music at Womadelaide
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World music at Womadelaide

Clip from Behind the News
Behind The News visits Womadelaide to explore different music styles from around the world, and learns about the didgeridoo.

Behind The News visits Womadelaide to explore different music styles from around the world, and learns about the didgeridoo.

The importance of music education
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The importance of music education

Clip from Behind The News
With so many subjects to cover in school, sometimes the arts are singled out first as an area where funding can be cut. Kids share stories about how music education has ...

With so many subjects to cover in school, sometimes the arts are singled out first as an area where funding can be cut. Kids share stories about how music education has benefited them and we examine why valuing the arts is so important.

Young DJ has a passion for music
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Young DJ has a passion for music

Clip from Behind the News
He goes by the name Black Summer and he's only 11yearsold, but he's already such an impressive DJ that some people have a hard time believing that the tracks he creates are ...

He goes by the name Black Summer and he's only 11yearsold, but he's already such an impressive DJ that some people have a hard time believing that the tracks he creates are his. But when you hear him talk about his music, it's clear that his passion drives him to become a better DJ and learn new techniques for creating unforgettable songs.

Handmade percussion instruments
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Handmade percussion instruments

Clip from Take On Technology
Jerome demonstrates his handmade percussion instruments and the sounds they make

Jerome demonstrates his handmade percussion instruments and the sounds they make

Recycling and making music!
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Recycling and making music!

Clip from Totally Wild
Duane visits a recycling collective, a group of musicians called the Reclaimers. They repurpose materials pulled out of old houses and demolished buildings, and upcycle them ...

Duane visits a recycling collective, a group of musicians called the Reclaimers. They repurpose materials pulled out of old houses and demolished buildings, and upcycle them into musical instruments that are functional cheap and easy to access. So PVC pipes become musical pipes that sound out beautiful melodic notes, and there's lots of homemade bowed instruments and drums. This group is entered into community events, parading their harmonious friendship vibe and recycling message to the whole c

Nureyev's Don Quixote
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Nureyev's Don Quixote

ABC  |  October 30, 2014
Starring Rudolf Nureyev and Sir Robert Helpmann this ballet is considered one of Australia's greatest artistic achievements - originally filmed in an Essendon airport hangar ...

Starring Rudolf Nureyev and Sir Robert Helpmann this ballet is considered one of Australia's greatest artistic achievements - originally filmed in an Essendon airport hangar Melbourne in 1973, in 40 degree heat over 25 days.

Tamara Rojo's Swan Lake
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Tamara Rojo's Swan Lake

SBS  |  September 13, 2014
Artistic director and lead principal dancer of the English National Ballet, Tamara Rojo, reveals what it takes to prepare and perform ballet's most emotionally and technically ...

Artistic director and lead principal dancer of the English National Ballet, Tamara Rojo, reveals what it takes to prepare and perform ballet's most emotionally and technically demanding part - the dual role of Odette, the White Swan and Odile, the Black Swan.

Bolshoi Theatre Re-Opening Gala
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Bolshoi Theatre Re-Opening Gala

SBS  |  June 22, 2013
After a major renovation lasting more than seven years, the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow finally re-opened towards the end of last year with an extravaganza of ballet and opera ...

After a major renovation lasting more than seven years, the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow finally re-opened towards the end of last year with an extravaganza of ballet and opera in an all-Russian program, featuring a cast of thousands. Natalie Dessay, Angela Gheorghiu and Svetlana Zakharova are just a few of the star names performing in front of lavish stage sets to celebrate the best of Russian music and dance.

Aurelie Dupont
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Aurelie Dupont

SBS  |  September 1, 2012
Filmed over two years, the program follows one of the stars of the Paris Opera Ballet, French prima ballerina Aurelie Dupont as she prepares and performs Swan Lake, The Lady ...

Filmed over two years, the program follows one of the stars of the Paris Opera Ballet, French prima ballerina Aurelie Dupont as she prepares and performs Swan Lake, The Lady of the Camellias, Raymonda and Le Parc.

Limen
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Limen

SBS  |  September 3, 2011
Three ambitious and moving dance performances - Chroma, Limen, and Infra - created by choreographer Wayne McGregor for the Royal Ballet. Fluid movements and athleticism ...

Three ambitious and moving dance performances - Chroma, Limen, and Infra - created by choreographer Wayne McGregor for the Royal Ballet. Fluid movements and athleticism combine to create a fascinating hybrid between classical and modern dance.

Holst: The Planets
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Holst: The Planets

STUDIO  |  October 23, 2011
This stunning visualisation of Gustav Holst's The Planets breathes new life into a 20th century classic. It creates visual worlds to complement and explore Holst's masterpiece.

This stunning visualisation of Gustav Holst's The Planets breathes new life into a 20th century classic. It creates visual worlds to complement and explore Holst's masterpiece.

Howard Goodall's Great Dates
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Howard Goodall's Great Dates: 1937 - Shostakovich, Stalin and Hitler

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  STUDIO  |  June 22, 2011
This series, presented by composer Howard Goodall, shows that great pieces of music are not freak accidents of genius but the direct products of their time, place, culture and ...

This series, presented by composer Howard Goodall, shows that great pieces of music are not freak accidents of genius but the direct products of their time, place, culture and politics. 1791 saw the completion of Mozart's last opera The Magic Flute and his great Requiem. It was also the year of his death.

Thanks For Listening
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Thanks For Listening: History Of Australian Radio - Want A Revolution

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  FOXTEL Arts  |  February 24, 2017
The History Channel presents Series 2 of its highly acclaimed series Australian Icon Towns, hosted by Scott McGregor. In each episode, Scott and his team set out to discover ...

The History Channel presents Series 2 of its highly acclaimed series Australian Icon Towns, hosted by Scott McGregor. In each episode, Scott and his team set out to discover the history behind Australia's most quintessential towns. A fun and entertaining series for everyone who's ever wanted to explore the real Australia. Experience some of the many stories which characterise and have become part of Australian history.

Thanks For Listening
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Thanks For Listening: History Of Australian Radio - We're On The Air

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  FOXTEL Arts  |  February 10, 2017
The History Channel presents Series 2 of its highly acclaimed series Australian Icon Towns, hosted by Scott McGregor. In each episode, Scott and his team set out to discover ...

The History Channel presents Series 2 of its highly acclaimed series Australian Icon Towns, hosted by Scott McGregor. In each episode, Scott and his team set out to discover the history behind Australia's most quintessential towns. A fun and entertaining series for everyone who's ever wanted to explore the real Australia. Experience some of the many stories which characterise and have become part of Australian history.

Play School Celebrity Covers
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Play School Celebrity Covers: Magda Szubanski: Old Mother Hubbard

ABC2 Kids  |  July 13, 2016
Legendary comedian Magda Szubanski puts a twist on the classic nursery rhyme "Old Mother Hubbard".

Legendary comedian Magda Szubanski puts a twist on the classic nursery rhyme "Old Mother Hubbard".

Parkinson: Masterclass
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Parkinson: Masterclass: Jamie Cullum

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  August 23, 2015
This week Sir Michael interviews international jazz artist Jamie Cullum. It's hard to believe that Jamie didn't passed his grade 4 piano exam and that he never expected to ...

This week Sir Michael interviews international jazz artist Jamie Cullum. It's hard to believe that Jamie didn't passed his grade 4 piano exam and that he never expected to forge a successful career as a solo artist.

Parkinson: Masterclass
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Parkinson: Masterclass: Lang Lang

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  ABC  |  August 31, 2014
Regarded as one of classical music's greatest and most gifted talents, Lang Lang joins Sir Michael Parkinson for this week's interview.

Regarded as one of classical music's greatest and most gifted talents, Lang Lang joins Sir Michael Parkinson for this week's interview.

Daphnis And Chloe
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Daphnis And Chloe

SBS  |  July 27, 2013
Jean Christophe Maillot's creation for the Ballets de Monte Carlo is a highly charged and erotic interpretation of Ravel's ballet, discarding the traditional pointes and ...

Jean Christophe Maillot's creation for the Ballets de Monte Carlo is a highly charged and erotic interpretation of Ravel's ballet, discarding the traditional pointes and adopting a loose and sensuous choreography which goes well beyond the classical repertoire.

Fantasia
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Fantasia

Disney Movies  |  June 3, 2016
A collection of animated interpretations of great works of Western classical music.

A collection of animated interpretations of great works of Western classical music.

In The Tracks Of
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In The Tracks Of

SBS  |  February 12, 2011
Maurice Jarre is best known for his film scores, and in particular for his collaborations with film director David Lean. Jarre was a three time Academy Award winner, for ...

Maurice Jarre is best known for his film scores, and in particular for his collaborations with film director David Lean. Jarre was a three time Academy Award winner, for Lawrence of Arabia (1962), Doctor Zhivago (1965), and A Passage to India (1984), all of which were directed by Lean. Recorded before Jarre passed away in 2009, he talks about his life in music.

Chroma
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Chroma

SBS  |  June 4, 2011
Three ambitious and moving dance performances created by choreographer Wayne McGregor for the Royal Ballet. Fluid movements and athleticism combine to create a fascinating ...

Three ambitious and moving dance performances created by choreographer Wayne McGregor for the Royal Ballet. Fluid movements and athleticism combine to create a fascinating hybrid between classical and modern dance.

Howard Goodall's Great Dates
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Howard Goodall's Great Dates: 1791 - Mozart And The Magic Flute

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  STUDIO  |  March 12, 2011
This series, presented by composer Howard Goodall, shows that great pieces of music are not freak accidents of genius but the direct products of their time, place, culture and ...

This series, presented by composer Howard Goodall, shows that great pieces of music are not freak accidents of genius but the direct products of their time, place, culture and politics. 1791 saw the completion of Mozart's last opera The Magic Flute and his great Requiem. It was also the year of his death.

Firebird And Other Legends
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Firebird And Other Legends

STUDIO  |  October 10, 2010
A celebration of three timeless ballets - Firebird, Petrouchka, and Les Sylphides - performed by The Australian Ballet at the Sydney Opera House. Hosted by Jennifer Byrne and ...

A celebration of three timeless ballets - Firebird, Petrouchka, and Les Sylphides - performed by The Australian Ballet at the Sydney Opera House. Hosted by Jennifer Byrne and Chris Taylor, Firebird and other legends features choreographer, Graeme Murphy's brand-new interpretation of Firebird, plus two of Mikhail Fokine's best-known works, the sublime Les Sylphides and the vibrant ballet classic Petrouchka.

Stickybricks
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Stickybricks

ABC  |  April 11, 2010
Stickybricks is a companion film to 900 Neighbours, made over four years with tenants at the Northcott public housing estate in Surry Hills.

Stickybricks is a companion film to 900 Neighbours, made over four years with tenants at the Northcott public housing estate in Surry Hills.

The Story Of Frozen: Making A Disney Animated Classic
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The Story Of Frozen: Making A Disney Animated Classic

Seven  |  July 10, 2016
This special ventures behind-the-scenes for an exclusive look at the origins and evolution of the Academy Award winning film Frozen, now the biggest animated feature of all ...

This special ventures behind-the-scenes for an exclusive look at the origins and evolution of the Academy Award winning film Frozen, now the biggest animated feature of all time. A breathtaking and fantastic saga, the special tells the real story of making a modern movie based on a timeless tale that nearly overnight became a cultural touchstone for legions of fans.

Thanks For Listening
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Thanks For Listening: History Of Australian Radio - What's Happening

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  FOXTEL Arts  |  March 4, 2017
The History Channel presents Series 2 of its highly acclaimed series Australian Icon Towns, hosted by Scott McGregor. In each episode, Scott and his team set out to discover ...

The History Channel presents Series 2 of its highly acclaimed series Australian Icon Towns, hosted by Scott McGregor. In each episode, Scott and his team set out to discover the history behind Australia's most quintessential towns. A fun and entertaining series for everyone who's ever wanted to explore the real Australia. Experience some of the many stories which characterise and have become part of Australian history.

Thanks For Listening
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Thanks For Listening: History Of Australian Radio - Music, Music, Music

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  FOXTEL Arts  |  February 17, 2017
The History Channel presents Series 2 of its highly acclaimed series Australian Icon Towns, hosted by Scott McGregor. In each episode, Scott and his team set out to discover ...

The History Channel presents Series 2 of its highly acclaimed series Australian Icon Towns, hosted by Scott McGregor. In each episode, Scott and his team set out to discover the history behind Australia's most quintessential towns. A fun and entertaining series for everyone who's ever wanted to explore the real Australia. Experience some of the many stories which characterise and have become part of Australian history.

Would You Rather Be A...
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Would You Rather Be A...

ABC ME  |  April 7, 2017
We follow Antony in the rehearsal room at Sydney Dance Company while he choreographs the dance production Crazy Times. We watch composer Julian at work on the piano creating ...

We follow Antony in the rehearsal room at Sydney Dance Company while he choreographs the dance production Crazy Times. We watch composer Julian at work on the piano creating music for the show.

Thanks For Listening
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Thanks For Listening: History Of Australian Radio - Theatre Of The Mind

Episode 1  |  FOXTEL Arts  |  February 3, 2017
Mike Hammond presents this exclusive series on the history of Australian radio and talks about the golden years when big productions and a galaxy of stars dominated the airwaves.

Mike Hammond presents this exclusive series on the history of Australian radio and talks about the golden years when big productions and a galaxy of stars dominated the airwaves.

Advice To My 12 Year Old Self
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Advice To My 12 Year Old Self: Dami Im

ABC  |  October 10, 2017
Pop star, Dami Im was born in Korea, and went on to win X-Factor, and represent Australia at Eurovision.

Pop star, Dami Im was born in Korea, and went on to win X-Factor, and represent Australia at Eurovision.

Home to Me
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Home to Me

NITV  |  March 19, 2018
Students from Grassy Narrows First Nations were involved in a music collaboration with N'we Jinan, an innovative project of the Cree Nation Youth Council.

Students from Grassy Narrows First Nations were involved in a music collaboration with N'we Jinan, an innovative project of the Cree Nation Youth Council.

Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty
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Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty

ABC  |  December 22, 2013
Matthew Bourne's long awaited reinterpretation of Tchaikovsky's classic ballet The Sleeping Beauty.

Matthew Bourne's long awaited reinterpretation of Tchaikovsky's classic ballet The Sleeping Beauty.

Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake
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Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake

ABC  |  October 28, 2012
First staged at Sadler's Wells in London in 1995, Bourne's acclaimed version of Swan Lake is famous for having the swans danced by men rather than women. The ballet has been ...

First staged at Sadler's Wells in London in 1995, Bourne's acclaimed version of Swan Lake is famous for having the swans danced by men rather than women. The ballet has been hugely successful and won many prestigious awards.

Gloria Victoria
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Gloria Victoria

SBS  |  August 23, 2014
This documentary explores the relationship between art and war, using animation inspired by images from some of the greatest artists in history. The soundtrack is ...

This documentary explores the relationship between art and war, using animation inspired by images from some of the greatest artists in history. The soundtrack is Shostakovich's brutal Leningrad Symphony.

The Magical Mystery Tour
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The Magical Mystery Tour

SBS  |  October 20, 2012
A vivid illustration of surreal British wit and imagination, the Beatles' iconic 1967 self-directed film, Magical Mystery Tour, has been painstakingly restored and re-mastered ...

A vivid illustration of surreal British wit and imagination, the Beatles' iconic 1967 self-directed film, Magical Mystery Tour, has been painstakingly restored and re-mastered for a new generation of television audiences to enjoy.

Artscape
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Artscape: Dr Sarmast's Music School

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  July 17, 2012
By Spring 2010 at the newly created Afghanistan National Institute of Music (ANIM) the renovations are in the final stages, the first international teachers - violinist ...

By Spring 2010 at the newly created Afghanistan National Institute of Music (ANIM) the renovations are in the final stages, the first international teachers - violinist William Harvey from the US and Afghan clarinettist Farid Shefta from the Ukraine have settled in, and the timetable issues are solved.

Artscape
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Artscape: Seriously Singing

ABC  |  August 9, 2011
At a small school in the Victorian Mallee, indefatigable 91-year-old choral conductor Jessie Carmichael works with a group of novice singers to revisit a legendary moment in ...

At a small school in the Victorian Mallee, indefatigable 91-year-old choral conductor Jessie Carmichael works with a group of novice singers to revisit a legendary moment in local history. Almost 60 years ago, Carmichael took a group of children from the Lake Boga Primary School who "couldn't tell a crotchet from an aniseed ball" on to win national acclaim at the Commonwealth Jubilee Choral Festival. Local sceptics were amazed when the choir were flown specially to Melbourne to perform with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in an event broadcast nationally by the ABC. As the only country choir selected to take part in the Jubilee event, Lake Boga Primary School became the pride of the district and an inspiration to children and rural communities across Australia.

World's Greatest Concert Hall
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World's Greatest Concert Hall

National Geographic  |  July 16, 2017
The top of an old warehouse in Hamburg is the home of a new concert hall that designers hope will become famous. However, they are years behind schedule, millions over budget ...

The top of an old warehouse in Hamburg is the home of a new concert hall that designers hope will become famous. However, they are years behind schedule, millions over budget and working with difficult acoustics.

Jimmy Little's Gentle Journey
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Jimmy Little's Gentle Journey

NITV  |  April 16, 2013
From poverty and personal tragedy to Australia's first Aboriginal pop star - Jimmy Little's Gentle Journey is an intimate look at the life of a pioneering artist who defied ...

From poverty and personal tragedy to Australia's first Aboriginal pop star - Jimmy Little's Gentle Journey is an intimate look at the life of a pioneering artist who defied incredible odds.

The Three Ballerinas
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The Three Ballerinas

ABC  |  August 3, 2011
Lucette Aldous, Marilyn Rowe and Marilyn Jones were prima ballerinas in the 1970s, when Peggy van Praagh was artistic director at the Australian Ballet. Award-winning ...

Lucette Aldous, Marilyn Rowe and Marilyn Jones were prima ballerinas in the 1970s, when Peggy van Praagh was artistic director at the Australian Ballet. Award-winning filmmaker Michelle Mahrer celebrates their passion for dance.

Mariinsky Theatre 1783-2008
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Mariinsky Theatre 1783-2008

ABC2  |  March 28, 2010
A stunning and sumptuous celebration of the 225th anniversary of the world famous Russian Mariinsky Theatre contains archival material seen for the first time on screen. It ...

A stunning and sumptuous celebration of the 225th anniversary of the world famous Russian Mariinsky Theatre contains archival material seen for the first time on screen. It provides a unique insight into how the arts have flourished in Russia under many different regimes.

Schools Spectacular 2017
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Schools Spectacular 2017

Seven  |  December 16, 2017
Schools Spectacular is an outstanding showcase of the talent in NSW public schools with a 2700-strong choir, 2300 diverse dancers, a world-class stage band and a huge number ...

Schools Spectacular is an outstanding showcase of the talent in NSW public schools with a 2700-strong choir, 2300 diverse dancers, a world-class stage band and a huge number of outstanding solo acts.

Howard Goodall's Great Dates
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Howard Goodall's Great Dates: 1874 - Wagner and the Ring Cycle

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  STUDIO  |  June 20, 2011
This series, presented by composer Howard Goodall, shows that great pieces of music are not freak accidents of genius but the direct products of their time, place, culture and ...

This series, presented by composer Howard Goodall, shows that great pieces of music are not freak accidents of genius but the direct products of their time, place, culture and politics. 1791 saw the completion of Mozart's last opera The Magic Flute and his great Requiem. It was also the year of his death.

Artscape
27:47

Artscape: Dr Sarmast's Music School

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC  |  July 10, 2012
In the unlit rooms of the bullet-pocked Kabul Secondary School of Fine Arts, music students persist with broken instruments, no books, no syllabus and no specialist teachers. ...

In the unlit rooms of the bullet-pocked Kabul Secondary School of Fine Arts, music students persist with broken instruments, no books, no syllabus and no specialist teachers. After 30 years of conflict and a loss of musical rights during the Taliban regime, the musical culture of Afghanistan has been devastated. Despite all the rebuilding in the country, little has been done for music. In the midst of this despair, Melbourne-based Afghan musicologist Dr Ahmad Sarmast returns to Kabul determined to create the first National Music Institute of Afghanistan.

Flesh and the Devil
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Flesh and the Devil

TCM  |  June 7, 2015
Austrian military officer Leo von Sellentin catches but a momentary glimpse of Felicitas standing in a railway depot, but the vision seared into his mind changes his life ...

Austrian military officer Leo von Sellentin catches but a momentary glimpse of Felicitas standing in a railway depot, but the vision seared into his mind changes his life forever. When Leo meets Felicitas a few years later, he can't help but fall in love, unaware that she is already married.

It is necessary that students are able to develop aural skills by exploring, imitating and recognising elements of music including dynamic, pitch and rhythm.
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