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  • IndieWire has published its list of The 25 Best Movie Scores of the 21st Century, including five for which Nonesuch released the soundtrack: Philip Glass's score to Stephen Daldry's 2002 film The Hours; Clint Mansell's for Darren Aronofsky's 2006 film The Fountain, performed by Kronos Quartet and Mogwai; and three scores to Paul Thomas Anderson films—Jon Brion's for 2002's Punch-Drunk Love, and Jonny Greenwood's for 2007's There Will Be Blood and the just-released Phantom Thread. IndieWire says "the last 18 years have given us some of the most memorable music ever written for the movies."

  • Happy birthday in advance to composer Philip Glass, who turns 80 this coming Tuesday. Among the celebratory events around the world this concert season is a BBC Total Immersion Day, broadcast on BBC Radio 3 from the Barbican in London this Saturday. NPR Music is marking Glass's milestone birthday with personal reflections from artists who have collaborated with the composer, including Laurie Anderson and Nico Muhly.

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    Despite their having now earned a place in the repertory, the unbridled audacity of these groundbreaking early works by Glass cannot be overestimated. Reductive in form, melodic content, and harmonic language, they present a strikingly original compositional perspective that marked the beginning of the rise of the Minimalist aesthetic that came to dominate the American musical landscape.

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    MUSICIANS
    Philip Glass, electric organ
    Michael Reisman, piano (1)
    Jon Gibson, Dickie Landry, soprano saxophone (3, 4)
    Kurt Munkacsi, engineer, electronics (3, 4)
    Steve Chambers, Art Murphy, electric organ (4)
    Robert Prado, flute (4)

    PRODUCTION CREDITS
    Tracks 1, 2 produced by Kurt Munkacsi, Philip Glass, and Shandar
    Recorded March 1975 at Basement Recording Studio, NYC
    Engineer: Kurt Munkacsi
    Tracks 3, 4 produced by Philip Glass and Klaus Kertess
    Track 3 recorded June 1971 at Martinson Hall of The Public Theatre, NYC
    Recording engineers: Robert Fires and Kurt Munkacsi
    Remix engineer: Kurt Munkacsi
    Track 4 recorded June 1973 at Butterfly Productions, NYC
    Recording and remix engineer: Kurt Munkacsi
    Reissue of original recordings produced by Kurt Munkacsi and Michael Reisman
    Digitally remastered at The Looking Glass Studios, NYC

    Cover design by John Gall
    Design by Victore Design Works

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Friday, January 28, 1994 - 05:00
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Despite their having now earned a place in the repertory, the unbridled audacity of these groundbreaking early works by Glass cannot be overestimated. Reductive in form, melodic content, and harmonic language, they present a strikingly original compositional perspective that marked the beginning of the rise of the Minimalist aesthetic that came to dominate the American musical landscape.

Description: 

Despite their having now earned a place in the repertory, the unbridled audacity of these groundbreaking early works by Glass cannot be overestimated. Reductive in form, melodic content, and harmonic language, they present a strikingly original compositional perspective that marked the beginning of the rise of the Minimalist aesthetic that came to dominate the American musical landscape.

ProductionCredits: 

PRODUCTION CREDITS
Tracks 1, 2 produced by Kurt Munkacsi, Philip Glass, and Shandar
Recorded March 1975 at Basement Recording Studio, NYC
Engineer: Kurt Munkacsi
Tracks 3, 4 produced by Philip Glass and Klaus Kertess
Track 3 recorded June 1971 at Martinson Hall of The Public Theatre, NYC
Recording engineers: Robert Fires and Kurt Munkacsi
Remix engineer: Kurt Munkacsi
Track 4 recorded June 1973 at Butterfly Productions, NYC
Recording and remix engineer: Kurt Munkacsi
Reissue of original recordings produced by Kurt Munkacsi and Michael Reisman
Digitally remastered at The Looking Glass Studios, NYC

Cover design by John Gall
Design by Victore Design Works

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79326

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1disc
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MUSICIANS
Philip Glass, electric organ
Michael Reisman, piano (1)
Jon Gibson, Dickie Landry, soprano saxophone (3, 4)
Kurt Munkacsi, engineer, electronics (3, 4)
Steve Chambers, Art Murphy, electric organ (4)
Robert Prado, flute (4)

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