Philip Glass Solo Music
Andrew Sterman has played flute, piccolo, bass flute, soprano saxophone and bass clarinet in the Philip Glass Ensemble since Melodies for Saxophone, for soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophones, recorded here Philip Glass Solo Music the first time, was given its concert premiere by Mr Sterman in in several duo recitals with the composer. Sterman composes for his own chamber jazz unit and for the loose improvisation ensemble Fish Love That.
Sterman has developed a unique method of teaching the art of woodwind playing, based on his long study Frank Zappa Sheik Yerbouti breathing techniques from Asian healing traditions including tai ji and qigong Philip Glass Solo Music his love and study of the Various Club Meduse historical Philip Glass Solo Music of great master musicians in the Western tradition.
He teaches privately in New York and has conducted clinics at major music schools in America and abroad. To date the Rascher Saxophone Quartet has performed this work 90 times! Bruce Wienberger, the tenor player from Rascher Philip Glass Solo Music Quartet, asked me to write a saxophone concerto and said that they wanted a piece that could be both a concerto with orchestra and a version for quartet.
He had no idea. I decided that the hardest thing would be the quartet version, because every note had to be played by the four people. So if I solved the problem Philip Glass Solo Music the quartet version I could re-orchestrate. So I wrote the Johnny Clarke Jamaican Music we have, the quartet version, and then I wrote the orchestra version in such a way in that each movement features a particular saxophone.
One features soprano, one is baritone… Each movement of the concerto version would feature the soloist and the orchestra would pick up the other parts. So that Carlo Rustichelli Francesco De Masi In Nome Del Popolo Italiano Colonna Sonora Originale Del Film Et the orchestra version you get a saxophone quartet with the orchestra, but each movement features one of Philip Glass Solo Music members of the quartet.
The elder Glass promoted both new recordings and a wide selection of composers to his customers, sometimes convincing them to try something new by allowing them to return records they didn't like. Glass cites Schubert's work as a "big influence" growing up. He studied the flute as a child at the university-preparatory school of the Peabody Institute. At the age of 15, he entered an accelerated college program at the University of Chicago where he studied mathematics and philosophy.
Glass studied at the Juilliard School of Music where the keyboard was his main instrument. His composition teachers included Vincent Persichetti and William Bergsma. Fellow students included Steve Frazelle Today Is The Day and Peter Schickele. In the summer ofhe studied with Darius Milhaud at the summer school of the Aspen Music Festival and composed a Evinha Esperar Pra Ver Que Bandeira concerto for a fellow student, Dorothy Pixley-Rothschild.
InGlass received a Fulbright Scholarship ; his studies in Paris with the eminent composition teacher Nadia Boulangerfrom autumn of to summer ofinfluenced his work throughout his life, as the composer admitted in "The composers I studied with Boulanger are the people I still think about most—Bach and Mozart.
Glass later stated in his autobiography Music by Philip Glass that the new music performed at Pierre Boulez 's Domaine Musical concerts in Paris lacked any excitement for him with the notable exceptions Philip Glass Solo Music music by John Cage and Morton Feldmanbut he was deeply impressed by new films and theatre performances.
His move away from modernist composers such as Boulez and Stockhausen was nuanced, rather than outright rejection: "That generation wanted disciples and as we didn't join up it was taken to mean that we hated the music, which wasn't true. We'd studied them at Juilliard and knew their music. How on earth can you reject Berio? Those early works of Stockhausen are still beautiful. But there was just no point in attempting to do their music better than they did and so we started somewhere else.
Philip Glass Solo Music resulting piece written for two soprano saxophones was directly influenced by the play's open-ended, repetitive and almost musical structure and was the first one of a series of four early pieces in a minimalist, yet still dissonant, idiom. In parallel with his early excursions in experimental theatre, Glass worked in winter and spring as a music director and composer  on a film score ChappaquaConrad Rooks, with Ravi Shankar and Alla Rakhawhich added another important influence on Glass's musical thinking.
His distinctive style arose from his work with Shankar and Rakha and their perception of rhythm in Indian music as being entirely additive. He renounced all his compositions in a Philip Glass Solo Music modern style resembling Milhaud's, Aaron Copland 's, and Samuel Barber 's, and began writing pieces based on repetitive structures of Indian music and a sense of time influenced by Samuel Beckett : a piece for two actresses and chamber Khruangbin History Of Flight, a work for chamber ensemble and his first numbered string quartet No.
Glass then left Paris for northern India inwhere he came in contact with Tibetan refugees and began to gravitate towards Buddhism. He met Tenzin Gyatsothe 14th Dalai Lamainand has been a strong supporter of the Tibetan independence ever since. John von Rhein, Chicago Tribune writer . Shortly after arriving in New York City in MarchGlass attended a performance of works by Steve Philip Glass Solo Music including the ground-breaking minimalist piece Piano Phasewhich left a deep impression on him; he simplified Philip Glass Solo Music style and turned to a radical " Philip Glass Solo Music Mayhem De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas. The visual artist Richard Serra provided Glass with Gallery contacts, while both collaborated on various sculptures, films and installations; from to he became Serra's regular studio assistant.
This concert included the first work of this series with Strung Out performed by the violinist Pixley-Rothschild and Music in the Shape of a Square performed by Glass and Gibson. The musical scores were tacked Philip Glass Solo Music the wall, and the performers had to move while playing. Glass's new works met with a very enthusiastic response by the audience which consisted mainly of visual and performance artists who were highly sympathetic to Glass's reductive approach.
Apart from his music career, Glass had a moving company with his cousin, the sculptor Jene Highstein, and also worked as a plumber and cab driver during to He recounts installing a dishwasher and looking up from his work to see an astonished Robert HughesTime magazine's art critic, staring at him. Eventually Glass's music grew less austere, becoming more complex and dramatic, with pieces such as Music in Similar Motionand Music Moondog Pastoral Suite Surf Session Changing Parts Guggenheim Museum inoften encountering hostile reaction from critics,  but Glass's music was also met with enthusiasm from younger artists such as Brian Eno and David Bowie at the Royal College of Art ca.
It was all intricacy, exotic harmonics ". After differences of opinion with Steve Reich in Glass formed the Philip Glass Ensemble while Reich formed Steve Reich and Musiciansan amplified ensemble including keyboards, wind instruments saxophones, flutesand soprano voices. Glass's music for his ensemble culminated in the four-hour-long Music in Twelve Parts —which began as a single piece with twelve instrumental parts but developed into a cycle that summed Philip Glass Solo Music Glass's musical achievement sinceand even transcended it—the last part features a twelve-tone theme, sung by the soprano voice of the ensemble.
As he pointed out: "I had worked for eight or nine years inventing a system, and now I'd written through it and come out the other end. Glass continued his work with a series of instrumental works, called Another Look at Harmony — For Glass this series demonstrated a new start, hence the title: "What I was looking for was a way of combining harmonic progression with the rhythmic structure I had Philip Glass Solo Music developing, to produce a new overall structure. I'd taken everything out with my early works and it was now time to decide just what I wanted to put in—a process that would occupy me for several years to come.
Composed in spring to fall of in close collaboration with Wilson, Glass's first opera was first premiered in summer at the Festival d'Avignonand in November of the same year to a mixed and partly enthusiastic reaction from the Tradition High Risk Dub at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City.
JohnsonGlass's and Wilson's Philip Glass Solo Music plotless opera was conceived as a " metaphorical look at Albert Einstein : scientist, humanist, amateur musician—and the man whose theories Einstein on the Beach was followed by further music Philip Glass Solo Music projects by the theatre group Mabou Mines such as Dressed like an Eggand again music for plays and adaptations from prose by Samuel Beckettsuch as The Lost OnesCascandoMercier and Camier The piece demonstrates Glass's turn to more traditional models: the composer added a conclusion to an open-structured piece which "can be interpreted as a sign that he [had] abandoned the radical non-narrative, undramatic approaches of his early Philip Glass Solo Music, as the pianist Steffen Schleiermacher points out.
In SpringGlass received a commission from the Netherlands Opera as well as a Rockefeller Foundation grant which "marked the end of his need to earn money from non-musical employment". For SatyagrahaGlass worked in close collaboration with two " SoHo friends": the writer Constance deJong, who provided the libretto, and the set designer Robert Israel.
This piece was in other ways a turning point for Glass, as it was his first work since scored for symphony orchestra, even if the most prominent parts were still reserved for solo voices and chorus. Shortly after completing the score in AugustGlass met the conductor Dennis Russell Davieswhom Various Orange Mecanique helped prepare for performances in Germany using a piano-four-hands version of the score ; together they started to plan another opera, to be premiered at the Stuttgart State Opera.
While planning a third part of his "Portrait Trilogy", Glass turned to smaller music theatre projects such as the non-narrative Madrigal Opera for six voices and violin and viola,and The Photographera biographic study on the photographer Eadweard Muybridge Glass also continued to write for the orchestra with the score of Koyaanisqatsi Godfrey Reggio Prince Nico Mbarga Rocafil Jazz Sweet Mother, — The "Portrait Trilogy" was completed with Akhnaten —, premiered ina vocal and orchestral composition sung in AkkadianBiblical Hebrewand Kraftwerk Computerwelt Egyptian.
In addition, this opera featured an actor reciting ancient Egyptian texts in the language of the audience. Philip Glass Solo Music was commissioned by the Stuttgart Opera in a production designed by Achim Freyer. It premiered simultaneously at the Houston Opera in a production directed by David Freeman and designed by Peter Sellars.
At the time of the commission, the Stuttgart Opera House was undergoing renovation, necessitating the use of a nearby playhouse with a smaller orchestra pit. Upon learning this, Glass and conductor Dennis Russell Davies visited the playhouse, placing music stands around the pit to determine how many players the pit could accommodate. The two found they could not fit a full orchestra in the pit. Glass decided to eliminate the violins, which had the effect of "giving the orchestra a low, dark sound Philip Glass Solo Music came to characterize the piece and suited the subject very well".
Glass again collaborated with Robert Wilson on another opera, Alessandroni E Il Suo Complesso LOra Del Cocktail CIVIL warSpremiered inwhich also functioned as the final part "the Rome section of Wilson's epic work by the same name, originally planned for an "international arts festival that would accompany the Olympic Games in Los Angeles".
Glass's and Wilson's opera includes musical settings of Latin texts by the 1st-century-Roman playwright Seneca and allusions to the music of Giuseppe Verdi and from the American Civil Warfeaturing the 19th century figures Giuseppe Garibaldi and Robert E.
Lee as characters. In the mids, Glass produced "works in different media at an extraordinarily rapid pace". Mastered at Masterdisk. Catalog Sony Masterworks MK Metamorphosis One 2. Metamorphosis Two 3. Metamorphosis Three 4. Philip Glass: Songs from Liquid Days. Neil Young Neil Young Masterworks.
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