Philip Glass - Two Pages; Contrary Motion; Music In Fifths; Music In Similar Motion mp3 flac download
Organ – Philip Glass. Electronics – Kurt MunkacsiOrgan – Philip GlassSoprano Saxophone – Jon Gibson (2), Dickie Landry. 4. Music In Similar Motion. Two Pages" composed 1968, recorded March 1975 at Basement Recording Studio, NYC "Contrary Motion" composed 1974, recorded March 1975 at Basement Recording Studio, NYC "Music In Fifths" composed 1969, recorded June 1973 at Butterfly Productions, NYC "Music In Similar Motion" composed 1969, recorded June 1971 at Martinson Hall of The Public Theatre, NYC "Music In Similar Motion" and "Music In Fifths" dedicated to. Robert Prado (1938-1972).
Two Pages' liner booklet includes a fine photograph: the 1971 riverside debut of Glass' group, presented as low rent, public permit spectacle. The Philip Glass Ensemble sit in concentration over their instruments, with the Brooklyn Bridge lights appearing next to them. Mop-haired Glass wears jeans and denim jacket while leaning into his electric organ, the lights of Manhattan in view across the water behind him. By the '90s, he made an estimable public success of his opera and movie scores, rarely presenting electric music. But he didn't forget his roots as a bandleader
Philip Glass: Two Pages. Classical EAC, FLAC tracks, CUE, Log 1 CD, Covers 449MB. CD Date: February 1, 1994 Nonesuch. Filevelocity - - Filefactory - - Depositfiles. 1. Two Pages, for piano (or electric keyboard). Composed by Philip Glass. with Michael Riesman, Philip Glass. 2. Music in Contrary Motion, for organ. 3. Music in Fifths, for ensemble. with Kurt Munkacsi, Jon Gibson, Dickie Landry, Philip Glass.
Music in Contrary Motion, for organ Composed by Philip Glass with Philip Glass. Music in Fifths, for ensemble Composed by Philip Glass with Kurt Munkacsi, Jon Gibson, Dickie Landry, Philip Glass. Music in Similar Motion, for ensemble (or orchestra) Composed by Philip Glass with Kurt Munkacsi, Jon Gibson, Robert Prado, Arthur Murphy, Dickie Landry, Steve Chambers. Philip Glass - Two Pages.
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The Music of Candyman Cassandra’s Dream Music with Changing Parts Circles the CIVIL warS: a tree is best measured when it is down. The new album features all new music including the world premiere recordings of new works by Philip Glass, Gavin Bryars, David Skidmore, Peter Martin, and Robert Dillon.
Similar to Music in Fifths, Music in Similar Motion is based on repeated phrases, slowly developing phrases. It is, however, the most immediately attractive work here, and far less static-sounding than the others. The work starts out with one melodic line, then adding another a fourth above, then another a fourth below, then a bass line. Contrary Motion and Music in Fifths are a whole different story. The contraputal harmony between the the phrases are as fascinating as Bach's harpsichord works. Just like Ravi Shankar who was Philip Glass' mentor, the music is a series of phrases connected together, totally different from American music and a breath of fresh air for people who had to suffer through 12 tone and serialist music. Yes, some of Philip Glass' newer stuff is easier to get into but this disc captures why he mattered and why minimalism was a musical revolution.
The following is a list of compositions by Philip Glass. How Now for ensemble (also for piano, 1968). Music in Fifths (1969). Music in Similar Motion (1969). Music with Changing Parts (1970, recorded 1973). Music in Twelve Parts (1971–1974). Another Look at Harmony, Parts I and II (1975). Dance (Dance 1, 3 and 5, 1979, with Lucinda Childs and Sol LeWitt). A Descent Into the Maelstrom (based on the short story by Edgar Allan Poe, 1986).
Philip Glass, electric organ Michael Riesman, piano 2) CONTRARY MOTION (1974) (15:31) Philip Glass, electric organ 3) MUSIC IN FIFTHS (1969) (23:19) Philip Glass, electric organ Jon Gibson, Dickie Landry, soprano saxophones Kurt Munkacsi, engineer, electronics 4) MUSIC IN SIMILAR MOTION (1969) (17:11) Philip Glass, Steve Chambers, Art Murphy, electric organs Jon Gibson, Dickie Landry, soprano saxophones Robert Prado, flute. Kurt Munkacsi, engineer, electronics 1994 Elektra Entertainment 1 CD 7559-793
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Electric Organ – Philip GlassEngineer – Kurt MunkacsiPiano – Michael Riesman
Electric Organ – Philip GlassEngineer – Kurt Munkacsi
|3||Music In Fifths
Electric Organ – Philip GlassEngineer [Recording] – Kurt Munkacsi, Robert FriesEngineer [Remix] – Kurt MunkacsiEngineer, Electronics – Kurt MunkacsiSoprano Saxophone – Jon Gibson , Dickie Landry*
|4||Music In Similar Motion
Electric Organ – Art Murphy, Philip Glass, Steve ChambersEngineer [Recording], Engineer [Remix] – Kurt MunkacsiEngineer, Electronics – Kurt MunkacsiFlute – Robert PradoSoprano Saxophone – Jon Gibson , Dickie Landry*
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- Design – Victore Design Works*
- Design [Cover Design] – John Gall
- Liner Notes – Tim Page
- Liner Notes [French Translation] – Bérénice Reynaud
- Liner Notes [German Translation] – Konstanze Streese
- Photography By – Peter Moore
- Producer [Original] – Klaus Kertess (tracks: 3, 4), Kurt Munkacsi (tracks: 1, 2), Philip Glass, Shandar (tracks: 1, 2)
- Reissue Producer – Kurt Munkacsi, Michael Riesman
NotesReissue of original LP recordings produced for Euphorbia Productions, Ltd.
Remastered from the original Shandar and Chatham Square recordings.
Digitally remastered at The Looking Glass Studios, NYC, using SoundTools ProMaster 20 and DINR by digidesign.
"Contrary Motion" recorded March 1975 at Basement Recording Studio, NYC.
"Two Pages" recorded March 1975 at Basement Recording Studio, NYC.
"Music In Similar Motion" recorded June 1971 at Martinson Hall of The Public Theatre, NYC.
"Music In Fifths" recorded June 1973 at Butterfly Productions, NYC.
"Contrary Motion" and "Two Pages" taken from the Shandar recording "Solo Music" .
"Music In Similar Motion" and "Music In Fifths" taken from the Chatham Square Productions Recording "Music In Similar Motion / Music In Fifths" . Dedicated to Robert Prado (1938-1972).
Philip Glass is represented by International Production Associates, Inc., NYC.
All tracks © Dunvagen Music Publishers, Inc. (ASCAP)
Cover photography © 1973 Peter Moore.
℗&© 1994 Elektra Entertainment, a division of Warner Communications Inc. for the United States and WEA International for the world outside the United States.
Printed in the U.S.A.
Made in U.S.A. by WEA Manufacturing Inc.
Mfd. for BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. under License.
Includes a booklet in English, French and German.
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