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Philip Glass: Glassworks
     

Philip Glass: Glassworks

5.0 4
by Philip Glass Ensemble
 

Product Details

Release Date:
09/30/2003
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0827969039427
catalogNumber:
90394
Rank:
24977

Tracks

  1. Glassworks, 6 pieces for chamber ensemble (or marching band)

    1. Opening  (06:24)
    2. Floe  (05:59)
    3. Island  (07:40)
    4. Rubric  (06:04)
    5. Facades  (07:21)
    6. Closing  (06:03)
  2. In the Upper Room, ballet for chamber ensemble: Dance I

    1. Dance I  (01:10)
  3. In the Upper Room, ballet for chamber ensemble: Dance II

    1. Dance II  (05:42)
  4. In the Upper Room, ballet for chamber ensemble: Dance V

    1. Dance V  (03:25)
  5. In the Upper Room, ballet for chamber ensemble: Dance VIII

    1. Dance VIII  (04:57)
  6. In the Upper Room, ballet for chamber ensemble: Dance IX

    1. Dance IX  (08:10)

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Glass: Glassworks; In the Upper Room 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Deale More than 1 year ago
Love! this cd. It is fantastic. Worth special order. Heard it on classical station on my way to work and almost had to stop the car it was so entrancing. The repetitive motif is involving, sort of obsessive, rather than annoying. CD takes me to another place...very etheral. The additional tracts are great too. Use this one when I paint.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was my first exposure to Philip Glass' music and I couldn't have asked for a better introduction. I come from a classical background and when I sampled this CD, I at first dismissed it thinking it was too different(weird). Then a magical thing happened and I went back and listened again, and again until I finally purchased the CD. I think that's the Glass experience, his music is so haunting and sublime that it stays with you and you come to love it. It is trully fascinating what an imprint Glass has made on contemporary music, this albulm is by every right definition of that marvelous imprint. Every song has something to say and do and from the sounding of each note you realize that this music is something to be appreciated. Inspiring and trully influential, "Glassworks" speaks Philip Glass' greatness.
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