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Opening - Philip Glass - Glassworks

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  2. And as always, the Philip Glass Ensemble's synthesizers double their woodwinds. But Glassworks is the most pleasant craftwork ever from the great minimalist exploiter -- six warm pieces that approach the spirit of minimalist pioneer Erik Satie. Only instead of Satie's lyrical-to-antic jumps, Glass creates the9/
  3. Dec 01,  · Philip Glass: Opening and Mad Rush. Posted by Māris Ozols. 3. If you are interested to find out more about the music of Philip Glass, you can start with Glassworks. In fact, you might already have heard some of his music, since he has written lots of music for films (e.g., The Hours).
  4. Mar 18,  · Glassworks remains Philip Glass's bestseller from the middle period of his career, mass-market Glass. The opening is, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful pieces of solo piano music that I've ever heard. This album is worth purchasing for the opening alone. A few others have made commercial recordings of the opening (van Veen, for one /5(26).
  5. Glassworks was my debut record on CBS. This music was written for the recording studio, though a number of the pieces soon found their way into the Ensemble repertory. A six-“movement” work, Glassworks was intended to introduce my music to a more general audience than had been familiar with it up to then. — Philip Glass. PUBLISHER.
  6. Oct 24,  · Philip Glass' Glassworks () is a six-movement composition for two flutes, two soprano saxophones/clarinets, two tenor saxophones/bass clarinets, two French horns, violas, cellos, and the DX7 electric piano. Glassworks consists of six movements titled "Opening," "Floe," "Island," "Rubric," "Facades," and "Closing." This thesis covers the first movement "Opening." Repetition in musical Cited by: 1.

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