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The Sounds of Early Cinema in Britain

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Head of Cinema at the Barbican Robert Rider welcomes delegates to the Barbican
Head of Cinema at the Barbican Robert Rider welcomes delegates to the Barbican
Professor David Mayer introduces D.W. Griffith's 'Way Down East'
Professor David Mayer introduces D.W. Griffith's 'Way Down East'
Albert Cazabon's original score for 'The Flag Lieutenant'
Albert Cazabon's original score for 'The Flag Lieutenant'
Neil Brand introduces Dr Philip Carli
Neil Brand introduces Dr Philip Carli
'The Flag Lieutenant' with live accompaniment
'The Flag Lieutenant' with live accompaniment
(from left) Violinist Guenter Buchwald, pianist Philip Carli, percussionist Paul Clarvis
(from left) Violinist Guenter Buchwald, pianist Philip Carli, percussionist Paul Clarvis
Dr Annette Davison introduces the sound effects workshop held in Edinburgh in October 2009
Dr Annette Davison introduces the sound effects workshop held in Edinburgh in October 2009
Mervyn Heard speaks about lecturing to screen
Mervyn Heard speaks about lecturing to screen
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'Professor' Mervyn Heard performs as film lecturer at Edinburgh's Cameo Cinema
'Professor' Mervyn Heard performs as film lecturer at Edinburgh's Cameo Cinema
Students perform live sounds effects to 'C.O.D. A Mellow Drama' (1929) at the Cameo Cinema
Students perform live sounds effects to 'C.O.D. A Mellow Drama' (1929) at the Cameo Cinema
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