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- Statement of responsibility
- Edgar Meyer
- Appalachian Journey Live in Concert captures three of the world's most extraordinary musicians live in concert, along with some very special guests from their sold out performance at New York Cityś Avery Fisher Hall. The unique and compelling trio of cellist Yo-Yo Ma, violinist Mark OĆonnor and bassist Edgar Meyer reaches a whole new level of artistic and technical prowess as they weave their way through a wide variety of musical genres. Grammy Winner: Best classical Cross Over album
- Additional physical form
- Previously released as DVD.
- Cataloging source
- Date time place
- Recorded live at Avery Fisher Hall as part of the Lincoln Center's Great Performers Series at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York on April 5, 2000
- Yo-Yo Ma, violoncello ; Edgar Meyer, bass ; Mark O'Connor, violin
- Series statement
- Classical performance in video
- Target audience
- live action
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