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Philip Glass

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Philip Glass: Music In Twelve Parts. Parts One And Two (Caroline CA2010 36 mins) ***

Review by Hugh Fielder, Sounds, 19 June 1976

THE TWELVE parts of Mr Glass' music have already been played in one six-hour session in New York two years ago but the first two ...

Crits fiddle while public burns...

Report by Richard Grabel, New Musical Express, 30 June 1979

Fripp, Eno and others debate the future of a species ...

Phillip Glass: Einstein On the Beach (Tomato)

Review by Tim Page, New York Rocker, July 1979

IN MY opinion, Philip Glass is one of the two or three most interesting musicians alive today. Along with fellow composer Steve Reich, he has ...

Philip Glass: Sadler's Wells, London

Live Review by Mick Brown, The Guardian, 26 October 1982

IT IS EASY to see why Phil Glass, long recognised as being in the vanguard of American avant-garde composers should have suddenly found himself lionised ...

Philip Glass: Through A Glass Darkly

Interview by Mark Dery, High Performance, 1983

Composer Philip Glass has leapt to national prominence in music with his synthesized symphonies and his collaborations with artists and filmmakers. His systems-oriented work provided ...

Philip Glass: Glass of '83

Interview by Andy Gill, New Musical Express, 5 November 1983

ANDY GILL talks to avant composer, soundtrack svengali and arty type PHILIP GLASS, and finds that life as one of the most pervasive musical influences ...

Classical Gas: Philip Glass's Super Session

Report and Interview by Mark Dery, Record, January 1986

IF CLASSICAL music makes you think of some character in a periwig sawing away on a Stradivarius, then you've never heard Philip Glass' music. On ...

Blink Blink Blink, Fiddly Iddly Iddly, Blink Blink Blink. The Last Train To Utopia... The Minimalist Machine Stops Here

Overview by Ian MacDonald, The Face, March 1987


S'Express: Disorderly House

Profile and Interview by Bruce Dessau, The Guardian, 17 March 1989

Mark Moore and S'Express have taken British music one step beyond the Acid House formula. Bruce Dessau reports ...

Minimalism: Hey, DJ

Guide by Tim Page, Details, January 1994

Modern minimalist composers find an audience beyond academia ...

Philip Glass' Satyagraha at the ENO

Report and Interview by John Lewis, The Times, March 2007

A MAN DRESSED as Gandhi, in a loin-cloth and Alf Garnett specs, is curled up on the floor as twenty men brandish chairs and throw ...


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