Posts Tagged ‘Philip Glass’

And If The Day Wasn’t Gloomy Enough

Monday, December 6th, 2010

Phil Retrospector’s mashup of The Beatles (Eleanor Rigby) and Philip Glass (Metamorphosis One). As you might imagine, it has a rather sad feel to it.

(Via Mary Jane Leach)


Real Good For Free: Philip Glass Download at Amazon

Friday, October 30th, 2009

PhilipGlassThe Orange Mountain Music Philip Glass Sampler Vol I is being offered as a FREE mp3 download from It includes 21 tracks from a variety of works across the years in a wide range of styles. Snarf it while you can – I don’t know how long it will be offered.

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Be Here Now: Lucinda Child’s “Dance” at Bard

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

Post-modern choreographer Lucinda Childs celebrates the 30th anniversary of her piece, “Dance,” with a revival at Bard College’s Fisher Center in Annandale-on-Hudson.

“Dance” – which opens a four-night stand on Thursday, July 9 – is a coming together of three minimalist giants. Childs’ choreography is not only set to the music of Philip Glass, but is also accompanied by a black & white film by the late Sol LeWitt.

Lucinda Childs' Dance in 1979 (photo by Nathaniel Tileston)

Lucinda Childs' Dance in 1979 (photo by Nathaniel Tileston)

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