Criticism, interpretation, etc
|提及的人：||Steve Reich; Steve Reich; Steve Reich|
Éric Darmon; Franck Mallet; Lise Lemeunier; ARTE France.; Mémoire Magnétique (Firm); EuroArts Music International GmbH.; Idéale Audience International.
|語言註釋：||In English with optional subtitles in English, German, French or Japanese.|
|注意：||Includes excerpts from live performances including: It's gonna rain (1965), Piano phase (1967) (10:18), Pendulum (1968), Clapping music (1972), Music for pieces of wood (1973), Music for 18 musicians (1976), Tehillim (1981) (3:13), Sextet (1985), Different trains (1988) (9:43), The cave (1993) (7:50), Proverb (1995), 2 x 5 (2009).
Originally released as a motion picture in 2009.
Special features include: Talks in Tokyo with Steve Reich (18 min.); A brief history of music by Steve Reich (9 min.).
Program notes in French with English and German translations (11 p. ; 18 cm.) inserted in container.
|餘額：||Editor, Timothy Miller ; camera, EÌric Darmon ; interview, Franck Mallet.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (52 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|詳述：||DVD NTSC; all region; 16:9; PCM-Stereo.|
|内容：||Is this Steve Reich? (7:36) --
Berio was a very nice man (5:24) --
It's Gonna Rain (1965) (3:44) --
Piano Phase (1967) (10:18) --
Drumming (3:27) --
Tehillim (1981) (3:13) --
Different Trains (1988) (9:43) --
The Cave (1993) (7:50) --
Proverb (1995) --
2 x 5 (2009).
|其他題名：||Phase to face|
|責任：||presented by Arte France, Mémoire Magnétique ; a film by Éric Darmon and Franck Mallet ; directed by Éric Darmon and Franck Mallet ; production, Éric Darmon and Lise Lemeunier.|
This musical documentary profiles Pulitzer prize-winning American percussionist-turned-minimalist composer Steve Reich, examining the process and development of Reich's unique rhythmic style, following him as he travels from the Autumn in Normandy festival to Rome (with the Italian musicians of Ars Ludi, the Ready-Made Ensemble, Coro Ha-Kol and Quartetto Prometeo), to Tokyo, to New York, and to Manchester for the world premiere of 2X5, and even capturing the composer on the morning he learns of his having won the 2009 Pulitzer Prize in Music for the piece 'Double Sextet.'