And If The Day Wasn’t Gloomy Enough

December 6th, 2010, 3:40 pm by Sara

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)

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Real Good For Free: Philip Glass Download at Amazon

October 30th, 2009, 10:55 am by Sara

PhilipGlassThe Orange Mountain Music Philip Glass Sampler Vol I is being offered as a FREE mp3 download from Amazon.com. 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.


Previously:
Real Good For Free: Chamber Music of John Cage @ Bard College (10/30)
Real Good for Free: Silent Film Spectacular (Wednesdays)
Real Good For Free: Music @ Noon at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall (second Tuesdays)
Real Good For Free: Quintessence (Weekends)
Real Good for Free: Colleen Pratt @ the Van Dyck (Thursdays)
Real Good for Free: Tuesdays @ Revolution Hall (Tuesdays)
Real Good for Free: CRUMBS Nite Out @ The Linda (4th Thursdays)

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

July 8th, 2009, 10:06 am by Greg

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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