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Band 1 of this video investigates the classical origins of heavy metal music. Band 2 contains extracts from a 'Horizon' programme on pygmies, and specially shot material from Papua New Guinea
Metadata describing this Open University video programme
Module code and title: AA314, Studies in music 1750-2000: interpretation and analysis
Item code: AA314; VCR3
First transmission date: 2002
Published: 2002
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Duration: 00:56:28
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Track listing:
track listing for this programme
Track 1 How to be a rock god band
Track 2 Instruments and music of the Huli
Publisher: BBC Open University
Keyword(s): Deep Purple
Subject terms: Electric guitar--History; Music--Papua New Guinea; Pygmies--Africa--Music; Rock music--History and criticism; Rock musicians
Footage description: How to be a rock god band 1; produced by Mark Bridge; contributors Tom Robinson, Jonathan Baily, Graham garside, Phil Hilborne, Jamie Humphreys, Dave Kilminster, Yngwie Johann Malmsteen, David Mead; Instruments and music of the Huli band 2 ; produced by Anne Pariso; contributors Frank Gillard, Colin Turnbull
Master spool number: DOU10208
Production number: FOUA605L
Videofinder number: 6120
Available to public: no