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Title
Great conversations: the conductors: James Conlon
Contributor Names
Istomin, Eugene (host)
Conlon, James (interviewee)
Rosen, Peter (director)
Rosen, Peter (producer)
Warshaw, Hilan (editor)
Created / Published
Peter Rosen Productions, Inc., New York, 2005, monographic.
Notes
-  In a series of three one-on-one discussions, the Russian-born Mstislav Rostropovich, Indian-born Zubin Mehta, and James Conlon, a native of New York City, converse about leadership and inspiration on the podium, their views about the influence of European classical music on American music, and the influence of American popular music on other cultures. (Content)
-  In credits: Produced for the Library of Congress by Peter Rosen Productions, Inc. (statement of responsibility)
-  Additional credits: for the Library of Congress, Jon Newsom, chief; Jan Lauridsen, assist. Chief; Ruth Foss, program specialist. (bibliographic history)
-  In opening credits: The Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., presents. (statement of responsibility)
-  Library of Congress extended version. (bibliographic history)
-  Copyright Library of Congress. This program was made possible through the courtesy of Eugene Istomin. James Conlon's appearance is courtesy of himself. (Copyright Notice)
-  Copyright Library of Congress. This program was made possible through the courtesy of Eugene Istomin. James Conlon's appearance is courtesy of himself. (Copyright Notice)
Form
videorecording
Extent
1 digibeta videotape; duration: 55 min., 45 sec.
Repository
Music Division
Online Format
video
Description
videorecording | 1 digibeta videotape; duration: 55 min., 45 sec. | In a series of three one-on-one discussions, the Russian-born Mstislav Rostropovich, Indian-born Zubin Mehta, and James Conlon, a native of New York City, converse about leadership and inspiration on the podium, their views about the influence of European classical music on American music, and the influence of American popular music on other cultures. (Content). In credits: Produced for the Library of Congress by Peter Rosen Productions, Inc. (Statement Of Responsibility). Additional credits: for the Library of Congress, Jon Newsom, chief; Jan Lauridsen, assist. Chief; Ruth Foss, program specialist. (Bibliographic History). In opening credits: The Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., presents. (Statement Of Responsibility). Library of Congress extended version. (Bibliographic History). Copyright Library of Congress. This program was made possible through the courtesy of Eugene Istomin. James Conlon's appearance is courtesy of himself. (Copyright Notice). Copyright Library of Congress. This program was made possible through the courtesy of Eugene Istomin. James Conlon's appearance is courtesy of himself. (Copyright Notice). Videorecording (Form). Videorecording (Form).
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Chicago citation style:

Istomin, Eugene, James Conlon, Peter Rosen, Peter Rosen, and Hilan Warshaw. Great conversations: the conductors: James Conlon. Peter Rosen Productions, Inc., New York, monographic, 2005. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200031104/. (Accessed April 23, 2017.)

APA citation style:

Istomin, E., Conlon, J., Rosen, P., Rosen, P. & Warshaw, H. (2005) Great conversations: the conductors: James Conlon. Peter Rosen Productions, Inc., New York, monographic. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200031104/.

MLA citation style:

Istomin, Eugene, et al. Great conversations: the conductors: James Conlon. Peter Rosen Productions, Inc., New York, monographic, 2005. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200031104/>.