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Writings on Glass : essays, interviews, criticism

Author: Richard Kostelanetz
Publisher: New York : Schirmer Books, ©1997.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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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
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Writings on Glass.
New York : Schirmer Books, c1997
(OCoLC)646027353
Named Person: Philip Glass; Philip Glass
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Kostelanetz
ISBN: 0028646576 9780028646572 0825672465 9780825672460
OCLC Number: 35558929
Description: viii, 368 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Philip Glass (1989) / Tim Page --
Interview : education (1989) / Ev Grimes ; edited by Philip Glass and Richard Kostelanetz (1996) --
Philip Glass and Steve Reich : two from the steady state school (1974) / Joan La Barbara --
Dialogue with Philip Glass and Steve Reich (1980) / Tim Page --
Chronicle, 1972-1981 (1989) / Tom Johnson --
Form and process (1981) / Wes York --
Glass and Snow (1970) / Richard Foreman --
Chronicle, 1977-1980 / Art Lange --
Listening to Glass (1974) / John Howell --
Music in 12 parts (1993) / Tim Page --
The touring composer as keyboardist (1980) / Allan Kozinn --
Philip Glass (1979) / Richard Kostelanetz --
Minimalism : T (1992) / Edward Strickland --
Philip Glass on composing for film and other forms : the case of Koyaanisqatsi (1990) / Charles Merrell Berg --
Einstein on the beach (1977) / David Cunningham --
Listening to Glass (1981) / Joseph Roddy --
Glass's Satyagraha (1986) / Allan Kozinn --
Philip Glass : the photographer (1984, revised 1996) / Robert C. Morgan --
Interview with Philip Glass (1984) --
Editor's preface to "Philip Glass's Akhnaten" by Paul John Frandsen (1993) / Mark Swed --
Philip Glass's Akhnaten (1993) / Paul John Frandsen --
Hydrogen jukebox (1990) / Thomas Rain Crowe --Interview on operas (1990) / John Koopman --
Midtown avant-gardist (1992) / Kyle Gann --
Star drek (1992) / Peter G. Davis --
Style & soul : interview (1992) / David Walters --
The sound of minimalism : Philip Glass in concert and on record (1987) / Aaron M. Shatzman --
Philip Glass (1986) / Richard Serra --
First lesson, best lesson (1992) / Tricycle.
Responsibility: edited and introduced by Richard Kostelanetz ; assistant editor, Robert Flemming.

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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.

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