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  1. Jul 24,  · This 4 hour trip into the mind of a very young Philip glass. He originally wrote this as one piece. However, the colleague he performed the early draft to, asked " where were the 12 parts", after that he wrote more and more parts to it and lastly arrived at the final 12 parts this piece is made of/5(12).
  2. Jan 20,  · Orange Mountain Music, a label created by Kurt Munkacsi, producer of most Philip Glass recordings, re-[re]-releases a new recording of the classic Music In Twelve Parts as a set of twelve individual [iTunes only] files (upgraded to kbps), scheduled at one per month in celebration of the great composer's 70th birthday year.4/4(18).
  3. Packaged in an 8-panel Digipak. Recorded live April 8, in Rovereto, Italy. Edited and mixed at the Looking Glass Studio in New York. Philip Glass' music is published by Dunvagen Music 5/5(1).
  4. Philip Glass: Music in Twelve Parts occupies a special place in his enormous catalog; Glass himself has variously stated that it was a breakthrough for him, and, for him, "the end of minimalism." It is a four-hour-long work divided in 12 movements and rendered in a twelve-part texture, here performed by three woodwinds, three keyboards, and the singing voice of Lisa Bielawa/
  5. Music in Twelve Parts, written by Philip Glass between and , is a deliberate, encyclopedic compendium of some techniques of repetition the composer had been evolving since the mid s.

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