Thank you to BDProffey for posting these.
Note: The original demonstration below only includes the one Sury A and one Sury B. I've copied them both and pasted in another four of each to my own version of this using Quicktime to practice along with. I made this for my own use but have added it to the post in the appendix below the originals. The full practice (with the additional sury's A and B) comes out at 57 minutes, much faster than I usually like to take my own practice but we shouldn't forget this is a demonstration. Practicing along with this video I'll tend to take two or perhaps three breaths to Pattabhi Jois' count of five. Occasionally Pattabhi Jois only counts three quick breaths in an asana in other places a quick five. Sarvangasana only gets a count of five but padmasana gets a much slower count of ten. This being 1997, a savasana (note that hands held flat against the hips) is taken before sarvangasana and again it is savasana rather than 'taking rest' at the end of the practice.
Videos Part 1. and 2.
Sharath Jois Primary Series (part 1) from bdproffy on Vimeo.
Sharath Jois Primary Series (part 2) from bdproffy on Vimeo.