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Music from the Inside Out (2004)

Oscar-nominated filmmaker Daniel Anker spent five years with members of the Philadelphia Orchestra to craft this fascinating feature-length documentary uncovering the human side to the magic of making music.

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Oscar-nominated filmmaker Daniel Anker spent five years with members of the Philadelphia Orchestra to craft this fascinating feature-length documentary uncovering the human side to the magic of making music.

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Musician: The enduring magic of music is that, for as long as I can remember it has moved me very deeply but I don't know why it moves me.
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Superb, unique music documentary!
6 July 2007 | by (Washington state, USA) – See all my reviews

As a music lover and a long time fan of the Philadelphia Orchestra, I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of this outstanding film. Even the extra features on the DVD (usually a perfunctory bore) were well worth watching.

This film shows in fascinating detail just what makes an orchestra world class - the collection of individual musicians who are willing to invest their talent and skill in an amazing group.

I highly recommend it for audiences of all ages. It would be an ideal introduction to the life of a professional musician for a young person considering that career path.


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