Re: [Videolib] rhythmic painting?

Bev Weisenberg (blandmark@aol.com)
Tue, 13 Nov 2007 09:33:26 -0500

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Hi Sara, Look up Classical Music Clips on Landmarkmedia.com and see if that is what you have in mind.
Bev

Beverly Weisenberg
LANDMARK MEDIA, INC
vice president, sales
100 N. Milwaukee Ave. #603
Wheeling, Il 60090
ph 800-999-6645



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From: Beasley, Sarah <beasleys@carnegielibrary.org>
To: videolib@lists.berkeley.edu
Sent: Sat, 10 Nov 2007 1:25 pm
Subject: [Videolib] rhythmic painting?

Help! I have a patron who is looking for videos that show painters interpreting
music on canvas. Ideally, the painter(s) would be working in a
geometric/abstract style. She wants something that shows how an artist
represents beats of rhythm as visual beats. Some phrases that she used to
describe what she is looking for are "action painting" (but she doesn't want
Jackson Pollack), "rhythmic painting," and "painting and jazz." That last
phrase came up with The Reality of Karel Appel, but the painting style was not
what she was looking for (and the music does not have to be jazz).

Any ideas?

Thanks,
Sarah

Sarah Beasley, Manager
Film & Audio Department
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
4400 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
v. 412.622.1918
f. 412.688.8677
beasleys@carnegielibrary.org


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From: Beasley, Sarah &lt;beasleys@carnegielibrary.org&gt;<br>
To: videolib@lists.berkeley.edu<br>
Sent: Sat, 10 Nov 2007 1:25 pm<br>
Subject: [Videolib] rhythmic painting?<br>
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<pre style="font-size: 9pt;"><tt>Help! I have a patron who is looking for videos that show painters interpreting <br>
music on canvas. Ideally, the painter(s) would be working in a <br>
geometric/abstract style. She wants something that shows how an artist <br>
represents beats of rhythm as visual beats. Some phrases that she used to <br>
describe what she is looking for are "action painting" (but she doesn't want <br>
Jackson Pollack), "rhythmic painting," and "painting and jazz." That last <br>
phrase came up with The Reality of Karel Appel, but the painting style was not <br>
what she was looking for (and the music does not have to be jazz). <br>
<br>
Any ideas? <br>
<br>
Thanks,<br>
Sarah<br>
<br>
Sarah Beasley, Manager<br>
Film &amp; Audio Department<br>
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh<br>
4400 Forbes Avenue<br>
Pittsburgh, PA 15213<br>
v. 412.622.1918 <br>
f. 412.688.8677<br>
<a href="mailto:beasleys@carnegielibrary.org">beasleys@carnegielibrary.org</a>
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