[Videonews] Jazz - America's Art Form

ghandman@library.berkeley.edu
Tue, 4 Dec 2007 10:18:41 -0800 (PST)

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Year-End Special Offer from Renew Media

Looking At: Jazz - America's Art Form

Purchase the complete set for $350 (regularly $450) while supplies last, if
you place an order and make payment by Thursday, December 31st, 2007. Click
below to purchase.

Looking
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Or, because many libraries already own Ken Burns' Jazz series, you may also
purchase the Looking At: Jazz set without Ken Burns' Jazz for $250 while
supplies last. Click below to purchase.

Looking
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op.flypage/product_id,23/category_id,6/manufacturer_id,0/option,com_virtuema
rt/Itemid,48/lang,en/> At: Jazz (without Ken Burns)

Supplies are limited for this special offer, so order now.

The full set includes 15 DVDs (with public performance rights) and 5
posters. The set without Ken Burns' Jazz includes 5 DVD's with posters and
public performance rights. Also, access to online downloadable material
(Planner's Manual and publicity materials). The history of jazz is much more
than the history of an extraordinary musical genre - it is also the story of
central social, political and cultural issues of the 20th century that
continue to play a part in our fledgling 21st. In reviewing the story of
jazz, we are faced with an American narrative that is about our great
promise as a nation and our successes and failures in fulfilling that
promise.

Please email Helen
<mailto:hlang@renewmedia.org?subject=Looking%20At:%20Jazz%20Purchase> Lang
or call her at 212-274-8080 with questions about ordering and other details.
Please do not post questions to the Videolib listserve.

Read about the program on our website:

http://nvr.org/lookingatjazz/content.php?sec=about

Gary Handman
Director
Media Resources Center
Moffitt Library
UC Berkeley

510-643-8566
ghandman@library.berkeley.edu
http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/MRC

"I have always preferred the reflection of life to life itself."
--Francois Truffaut
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Hi Gary: I think I should just go ahead and take you up on your nice offer to post the Jazz year-end special offer email yourself, on the Videolib listserve. I'm at a loss as to how to make it work myself. I'm sorry for the inconvenience and I really appreciate the help.
 
 
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Year-End Special Offer from Renew Media

Looking At: Jazz - America's Art Form

 

Purchase the complete set for $350 (regularly $450) while supplies last, if you place an order and make payment by Thursday, December 31st, 2007. Click below to purchase.

Looking At: Jazz (Special Year-End Discount)

 

Or, because many libraries already own Ken Burns' Jazz series, you may also purchase the Looking At: Jazz set without Ken Burns' Jazz for $250 while supplies last. Click below to purchase.

Looking At: Jazz (without Ken Burns)

 

Supplies are limited for this special offer, so order now.

 

The full set includes 15 DVDs (with public performance rights) and 5 posters. The set without Ken Burns' Jazz includes 5 DVD's with posters and public performance rights. Also, access to online downloadable material (Planner's Manual and publicity materials). The history of jazz is much more than the history of an extraordinary musical genre — it is also the story of central social, political and cultural issues of the 20th century that continue to play a part in our fledgling 21st.  In reviewing the story of jazz, we are faced with an American narrative that is about our great promise as a nation and our successes and failures in fulfilling that promise. 

 

Please email Helen Lang or call her at 212-274-8080 with questions about ordering and other details. Please do not post questions to the Videolib listserve.

 

Read about the program on our website:

 

http://nvr.org/lookingatjazz/content.php?sec=about

 

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