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Item No.: NPMF401
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Utah Symphony Music Director Thierry Fischer, who conducted the symphony on its tour, introduces National Park Symphony, which was shot on location over four seasons in Zion, Arches, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, and Canyonlands National Parks.
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PBSNational Parks Symphony: The Mighty Five DVD
 
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5.0

Stunning photography of magnificent scenery

By NM Ray

from Albuquerque NM

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Comments about PBS National Parks Symphony: The Mighty Five DVD:

I watched this production on my 65" TV, and the sheer artistic genius of the photography just blew me away throughout. I've always described Utah as "God's idea of an amusement park", and this work only underlines that description. Almost any still from the myriad scenes would qualify as worthy of being framed and hung for display. The selection of music to serve as background embellishes the entire production. Don't miss this.

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3.0

Great concept; execution just OK

By Best Western

from Denver, CO

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Comments about PBS National Parks Symphony: The Mighty Five DVD:

The video footage of the Mighty Five Utah national parts is, of course, stunning. Pairing those views with a symphonic soundtrack is an inspired choice. So why only three stars? Because the *quality* of the video footage is so-so for a large part of the film. A project as magnificent as this truly deserves to be available in Blu-ray format.

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