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Philip Glass - Music In Twelve Parts - Parts 1 & 2 MP3

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Performer: Philip Glass
Title: Music In Twelve Parts - Parts 1 & 2
Country: Canada
Released: 1976
Style: Neo-Classical, Contemporary, Post-Modern
Category: Classical
Rating: 4.3
Catalog #: VL4-2385
Label: Virgin

Tracklist

1Music In Twelve Parts - Part 120:30
2Music In Twelve Parts - Part 215:16


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CA 2010Philip Glass Music In Twelve Parts - Parts 1 & 2 ‎(LP, Album, EMI)Caroline RecordsCA 2010UK1976
ORL 8049Philip Glass Music In Twelve Parts - Parts 1 & 2 ‎(LP, Album, RE)Caroline RecordsORL 8049ItalyUnknown
CA 2010Philip Glass Music In Twelve Parts - Parts 1 & 2 ‎(LP, Album, RE)VirginCA 2010Italy1987
E-208 655Philip Glass Music In Twelve Parts - Parts 1 & 2 ‎(LP, RE)VirginE-208 655Spain1987
CA 2010Philip Glass Music In Twelve Parts - Parts 1 & 2 ‎(LP, Promo)Caroline RecordsCA 2010UK1976


Credits

  • Alto Saxophone, Tenor SaxophoneRichard Peck
  • ArtworkCooke Key Associates
  • Design [Cover]Sol Lewitt
  • Edited By [Tape Editor]Michael Riesman
  • Engineer [Recording]Kurt Munkacsi, Wieslaw Woszczyk
  • Organ [Electric]Michael Riesman, Philip Glass
  • ProducerKurt Munkacsi, Philip Glass
  • RemixKurt Munkacsi, Michael Riesman, Philip Glass
  • Soprano Saxophone, FluteJon Gibson , Dickie Landry
  • Voice, Organ [Electric]Joan LaBarbara


Notes

Recorded at Big Apple Recording Studio, New York City.
Printed in Great Britain


Companies

  • Recorded At – Big Apple Recording Studios
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd.


Video


Album

NOTES: Music in Twelve Parts, written by Philip Glass between 1971 and 1974, is a deliberate, encyclopedic compendium of some techniques of repetition the composer had been evolving since the mid 1960s. It holds an important place in Glasss repertory not only from a historical vantage point as the longest and most ambitious concert piece for the Philip Glass Ensemble but from a purely aesthetic standard as well, because Music in Twelve Parts is both a massive theoretical exercise and a deeply engrossing work of art. Tim Page. PUBLISHER: Dunvagen Music Publishers. RELATED RECORDINGS. Music in Twelve Parts is a set of twelve pieces written between 1971 and 1974 by the composer Philip Glass. This work cycle was originally scored for ten instruments, played by five musicians: three electric organs, two flutes, four saxophones two soprano, one alto, one tenor and one female voice. Only the organ can be heard throughout the other instruments are not playing simultaneously the whole time. Only one piece was originally written, which was called Music in Twelve Parts because it was. Philip Glass born January 31, 1937 is an American composer. He is widely regarded as one of the most influential musicians of the late 20th century. Glass's work has been described as minimal music, having similar qualities to other minimalist composers such as La Monte Young, Steve Reich, and Terry Riley. Glass describes himself as a composer of music with repetitive structures, which he has helped evolve stylistically. Glass founded the Philip Glass Ensemble, with which he still performs on keyboards. He has written numerous operas and musical theatr read more. Complétez votre collection Philip Glass. Music In Twelve Parts - Part 1. Music In Twelve Parts - Part 2. Versions 15. 1 Part 1 2 Part 2 3 Part 3 Genre: Label: All uploads are from my personal collection and are taken directly from CD or Vinyl. Any errors please let me in album Philip Glass - Music In Twelve Parts 1996. Philip Glass - Part 5 Conclusion. Philip Glass - Part 6. Philip Glass - Part 7. Philip Glass 1996 11 songs. 1 Music in Twelve Parts - Part 12. 2 Music in Twelve Parts - Part 11. 3 Music in Twelve Parts - Part 10. 4 Music in Twelve Parts - Part 9. 5 Music in Twelve Parts - Part 8. 6 Music in Twelve Parts - Part 6. 7 Music in Twelve Parts - Part 5 Continued. 8 Music in Twelve Parts - Part 5. 9 Music in Twelve Parts - Part 4. 10 Music in Twelve Parts - Part 7. 11 Music in Twelve Parts - Part 3. Philip Glass: Mad Rush from the album The Last Dalai Lama - EP. Philip Glass: Samurai Marathon. Philip Glass: The Hours, Distant Figure. Music in Twelve Parts is likely still the ultimate act of picking up the gauntlet thrown down by Erik Satie in Musique d'ameublement. One might wonder if a studio recording of a work like this might not be considered definitive by its very nature, given the level of control over the output of a piece that the studio affords, thereby rendering a live recording - particularly by the same ensemble - kind of redundant. A concert performance of Parts 1 and 2 already appears on OMM's earlier disc Philip Glass Ensemble Live in Monterrey Mexico. Listeners will find that they gravitate to different parts of the piece and there is certainly no need to take it all in at once. Music in Twelve Parts is a set of twelve pieces written between 1971 and 1974. This performance in France includes part 1, 2, 3, 11 and 12 on a double LP. Also included a very rare Philip Glass interview from 1974 in his NYC loft during the rehearsals of this piece, produced for the french radio by Daniel Caux - musicologist and co-founder of Shandar Records. ORTF Recordings - release with the full permission and cooperation of Institut National de lAudiovisuel INA. recording of: Music in Twelve Parts: I. composer: Philip Glass composer from 1971 until 1974. part of: Music in Twelve Parts. Music in Twelve Parts, Part 2. alto saxophone and tenor saxophone: Richard Peck. Philip Glass composer tracks AB. Michael Riesman American composer, conductor, keyboardist tracks AB. Joan LaBarbara tracks AB