Writings on Glass: Essays, Interviews, Criticism

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Richard Kostelanetz, Robert Flemming
University of California Press, 1.1.1999 - 372 sivua
Writings on Glass highlights the life and career of America's best-known classical composer, Philip Glass. Well-known as a champion of minimalism, Glass's operas (Einstein on the Beach; Satyograha), film scores (Koyaanisqatsi; The Thin Blue Line), and symphonic and popular works have made him a dominant figure on the American musical landscape. This book traces the development of Glass's varied work through in-depth interviews, along with critical writings by leading musicologists.

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MUSIC WITH CHANGING PARTS INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC
26
Philip Glass and Steve Reich Two From the Steady State School 1974
39
Dialogue with Philip Glass and Steve
46
Reich 1980
89
Chronicle 19721981 1989
98
The Touring Composer as Keyboardist 1980
102
Philip Glass on Composing for Film and Other Forms The Case
131
Koyaanisqatsi 1990
133
Philip Glasss Akhnaten 1993
212
Hydrogen Jukebox 1990
279
Philip Glass 1986
287
ENDGAME
329
Bibliography
331
Works by Philip Glass
333
Discography
347
Acknowledgments
357

Einstein on the Beach 1977
152
Listening to Glass 1981
189
Interview with Philip Glass 1984
209
Philip Glass 1979
358
Biographical Notes
361
Index
365

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Richard Kostelanetz has written and edited numerous volumes on music and the arts, including Nicolas Slonimsky: The First Hundred Years (1994), John Cage (ex)plain(ed) (1996) and the Frank Zappa Companion (1997).

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