Tuba in glass [videorecording] / Hansare Communication.

Tuba in glass [videorecording] / Hansare Communication.

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[Helsingborg, Sweden : Hansare Communication, 1989]
1 videocassette (10 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
1 videodisc (10 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Authors: 
Lundberg, Leif.
Bergström, Nils-Olof.
Hansare Communication.
Scientific-Lab. Glass AB.
Bib ID: 
Title from title frame.
Sound is primarily music.
Camera, Peter Lundberg, Gunnar Magnusson.
Glass artist, Leif Lundberg ; tuba player, Nils-Olof Bergström.
This film was shown on Swedish television on Christmas Day, 1989.
Leif Lundberg, glassblower at Scientific-Lab Glass in Lund, Sweden, uses his lampworking skills to make a glass tuba. His accomplishment earned him a place in the "Guinness Rekordbok" as producing the first playable tuba made entirely of glass, July 31, 1988. At the end, Nils-Olof-Bergström is seen playing the trombone.
Two separate videos: "Rhapsody in glass" (BIB# 62428), and "Tuba in glass" (BIB# 62437) were originally received together on 1 VHS tape (BIB# 95267). This VHS tape has been digitized onto 2 separate DVDs and listed under individual titles.
Event Notes: 
This film was shown on Swedish television on Christmas Day, 1989.