[f_minor] Bruno Monsaingeon Website

jorgen.lundmark at mypost.se jorgen.lundmark at mypost.se
Fri Mar 9 00:26:04 PST 2012

This is very interesting!

Monsaingeon's output is quite staggering. Very few if any filmmaker has
had the chance to portrait this many world-class artists.

I second your words on "Richter: The Enigma". I would also add that titles
such as David Oïstrakh, People's Artist?; Strings attached; The Art of
Violin and 24 Caprices by Paganini, performed by Alexander Markov are very
interesting films as well.

Thank you very much for this link, Mary!


> It does exist - since just a little over a year: November 2010 to be
> exact.
> It seems to have been set up by a certain 'Lucas Monsaingeon', son?
> nephew? brother?
> I stumbled across it while searching for anecdotes concerning the
> Monsaingeon documentary
> "Richter: The Enigma" which is a brilliant film. Your local University
> library might very well have
> a copy, mine does, as well as other titles from the "Classic Archives" and
> "Ideale Audience"
> collection.
> http://www.brunomonsaingeon.com/
> Mary

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