Leonard Cohen : a portrait in the first person ; George Melly : a portrait in the first person Additional title: George Melly : a portrait in the first personAdditional title: Originals (Television program)
NamesCohen, Leonard, 1934-2016 (Interviewee)Melly, George, 1926-2007 (Interviewee)Znaimer, Moses (Host)Hanley, Jim (Producer)Lee, David (Producer)CityTV (Firm) (Production company)ScreenTime-Norflicks-Jillian (Firm) (Production company)CITV (Television station : Edmonton, Alta.) (Production company)CFCN (Television station : Calgary, Alta.) (Production company)Manitoba Television Network (Broadcaster)ATV (Firm) (Production company)Vision TV (Production company)Telefilm Canada (Production company)
Margaret Carson audio-visual materials
Dates / OriginDate Created: 1988
Table of ContentsLeonard Cohen : a portrait in the first person (25 min) -- George Melly : a portrait in the first person (25 min).
Library locationsRodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded SoundShelf locator: *LVH 2727
TopicsCohen, Leonard, 1934-2016 -- InterviewsMelly, George, 1926-2007 -- InterviewsPoets, CanadianComposers -- CanadaSingers -- CanadaJazz -- EnglandJazz -- Analysis, appreciationJazz musiciansBiographical television programs
NotesStatement of responsibility: ScreenTime-Norflicks-Jillian production ; in association with CityTV and CITV, CFCN, MTN, ATV, VisionTv and Telefilm Canada.Content: Title from the opening sceen; date based on the content of the recording.Venue: Broadcast on The originals (TV series) on Cititv (network) Toronto, Canada 1988.Acquisition: Gift; Margaret Carson, 1992.
Physical DescriptionVideocassetteExtent: 1 videocassette (VHS) (50 min.) :sound, color ; 1/2 in.
DescriptionThis recording contains two episodes of "The Originals," a program exploring distinguished people in performing arts presented by Moses Znaimer. In the first, responding to off-camera unheard questions, Leonard Cohen shares his views on drugs, religion, ethics, life, humanity, society, and reveals the sources for his inspirations, feelings and emotions that made him a novelist, poet, performer and songwriter. In the second program, conducted in the same manner, George Melly, an English jazz and blues singer, critic, writer and lecturer, discusses his attraction to jazz, the birth and influence of jazz in England, the allure of jazz musicians, the necessity to project a certain image, the sacrifice of artists, and his philosophic views on life and death.
Type of ResourceMoving image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 907078450NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20597915Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 1742fed0-598f-0137-1b27-0001789a870e
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