From Einstein on the Beach.
This vocal score includes all the choral parts from this opera by Glass and Robert Wilson, with organ accompaniments. Includes all five Knee Plays, as well as scenes from each act. The chorus sings solfege only. Printed from manuscript. Special order edition.
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Filmed at the Theatre du Chatelet in 2014. Choreography by Lucinda Childs. Michael Riesman conducts the Philip Glass Ensemble.
In one movement. Leisner transcribed and fingered this music from the seminal minimalist opera by Glass. Of advanced difficulty.
An extract from Einstein On the Beach. Only the first few bars include organ; the rest of the music is for violin solo.
Glass composed his Partita for Fain. This disc also includes excerpts from Einstein on the Beach, Violin Concerto No. 2, and Book of Longing.
This extract from Einstein On the Beach begins with unison chorus, and gradually expands to four parts. The violin arpeggiates away the whole time. Printed from manuscript.
Highlights of live performances at BAM in 1984. This volume also includes a DVD titled The Changing Image of Opera, directed by Chris A. Verges.
This is the first collected and corrected study score of the five choral and instrumental pieces which punctuate the action of Glass's large scale opera. The voices sing numbers and solfege. With a foreword by Keith Potter.
…Scene II: Trail -- Einstein on the Beach -- Knee Play 2 -- Act II Scene I: Dance 1 Field with Spaceship -- Scene II: Night Train -- Knee Play 3 -- Einstein on the Beach -- Act III Scene I: Trail/Prison -- Scene II: Dance 2 Field with Spaceship -- Knee Play 4 -- Einstein on the Beach -- Act IV Scene…
In one movement. With a program note. Composed for a Philip Glass 75th birthday festival, at the suggestion of pianist Nicolas Horvath. The music is based on the chords from the Bed scene in Glass's Einstein on the Beach. Duration ca. 6 minutes.
Barnes arranged this sonata from music from Glass's opera. The movements are: Knee Play No. 4 from Einstein on the Beach; Satyagraha (Conclusion, Act III); and Dance from Akhnaten Scene 3. Barnes premiered this piece in New York, April 2001. With program and biographical notes.