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Paperback version of the theoretical study of Glass's music through the opera Akhnaten. With an introduction, notes, index, musical examples, and illustrations.
Singer and actress Hugo interprets the songbook of Glass, including collaborations with Mick Jagger, Leonard Cohen, Allen Ginsberg, and Natalie Merchant.
This disc features String Quartets Nos. 2-5 by Glass, arranged for four guitars.
NYU Steel performs Etudes for Piano Nos. 1-10 by Glass, arranged for steel drums.
The New York-based ensemble Brooklyn Rider presents two discs of music by Glass. Includes music from the film Bent, as well as the String Quartets Nos. 1-5.
The neo-surf group The Raybeats recorded this music in 1982, with Philip Glass providing production and keyboard arrangements.
Contents: Sub Rosa, by Gavin Bryars -- Facades, by Philip Glass. Sentieri Selvaggi is a contemporary music group from Italy.
Contents: Opening from Glassworks -- An Unwelcome Friend, from The Hours -- Dead Things, from The Hours -- I'm Going to Make a Cake, from The Hours -- Something She Has To Do, from The Hours -- Tearing Herself Away, from The Hours -- The Hours, from The Hours -- The Poet Acts, from The Hours -- Why…
Contents; Chaotic Harmony -- Taoist Sacred Dance -- Facades -- String Quartet No. 3. Mercelli performs on flute.
This disc contains music cowritten by Glass and Suso for the Jean Genet play The Screens, as well as two live tracks recorded in 2009.
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.
…Senior Lecturer in Music at Goldsmiths College, Univ of London, offers in this book detailed accounts of the four American composers' early works, and how they, La Monte Young, Terry Riley, Steve Reich and Philip Glass contribute to minimalism during the 1960s and early 1970s. Bibl, Disc, Index
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This documentary by Michael Blackwood looks at the development and production of Glass' opera Akhnaten. The film follows two productions by the Stuttgart Opera and Houston Grand Opera.
Glass composed his Partita for Fain. This disc also includes excerpts from Einstein on the Beach, Violin Concerto No. 2, and Book of Longing.
Glass: String Quartet No. 3 -- Saxophone Quartet. Nyman: Songs for Tony. Performed by the sonic.art Saxophone Quartet.
Includes: Symphony No. 4 (Heroes); Symphony No. 2; Symphony No. 3; Violin Concerto; Company; Prelude from Akhnaten; and more. Various artists.
Contents: Knee Play 1 -- Act I Scene I: Train -- 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…
This study of postminimal music in film scores focuses on the work of Glass for movies such as The Hours, Dracula, Naqoyqatsi, Notes On a Scandal, and Watchmen. With a foreword by Michael Riesman, introduction, bibliography, electronic resources, discography, filmography, and index. Figures. Music…
In one movement. With a program note in French and English. Dedicated to Nicolas Horvath. Premiered in Paris, March 2014. The music features a series of ostinatos. Of advanced difficulty.
Besides Glass, composers on this two-disc set include Jason Bahr, N. Lincoln Hanks, Zack Stanton, Ivan Moody, Lucas Floyd, and Jonah Gallagher.