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Mp3 Philip Glass - Dance Nos. 1-5

  • Performer: Philip Glass
  • Album: Dance Nos. 1-5
  • Label: CBS
  • Catalog #: F2T 44765
  • MP3: 1314 mb | FLAC: 1871 mb
  • Released: 1988
  • Country: Netherlands
  • Style: Minimal, Contemporary
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 457
  • Category: Classical
Mp3 Philip Glass - Dance Nos. 1-5

Tracklist

1Dance No. 119:20
2Dance No. 520:15
3Dance No. 423:31
4Dance No. 318:35
5Dance No. 222:58

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
M2K 44765Philip Glass Dance Nos. 1-5 ‎(2xCD)CBSM2K 44765Netherlands1988
SM2K87975Philip Glass Dance Nos. 1-5 ‎(2xCD, RE)Sony ClassicalSM2K87975UK2003
M2K 44765Philip Glass Dance Nos. 1-5 ‎(2xCD, RE)CBSM2K 44765USA, Canada & EuropeUnknown
F2M 44765Philip Glass Dance Nos. 1-5 ‎(2xLP)CBSF2M 44765Netherlands1988

Notes

Dances Nos. 1 & 3: Recorded at Greene St. Recording Studios, New York, 1979.
Dances Nos. 2 & 4: Recorded and digitally mixed at The Living Room, Inc., New York, 1985.
Dance No. 5: Recorded and digitally mixed at Greene St. Recording Studio, New York, 1984.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 07464-44765-4
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – CBS Records Inc.
  • Recorded At – Greene St. Recording
  • Mixed At – Greene St. Recording
  • Recorded At – The Living Room Studios Inc.
  • Mixed At – The Living Room Studios Inc.

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Album

Music by Philip Glass The Philip Glass Ensemble Michael Riesman, Conductor. The music on this album was originally conceived as a three-way collaboration between composer Philip Glass, choreographer Lucinda Childs and artist Sol LeWitt. Dance received its world premiere in Amsterdam on October 19, 1979 and its New York premiere at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on November 29, 1979. Philip Glass - Dance Nos. 1-5 The music on this album was originally conceived as a three-way collaboration between composer Philip Glass, 1988 5 Songs. By Philip GlassPhilip Glass, Michael Riesman, Michael Reisman, Iris Hiskey, Jon Gibson, Jack Kripl & Richard Peck. Dance No. 2 for Organ. By Philip GlassMichael Riesman & Michael Reisman. 3 for keyboard, voice and saxophones. By Philip GlassPhilip Glass, Michael Riesman, Michael Reisman, Iris Hiskey, Richard Peck, Jon Gibson & Jack Kripl. 4 for Organ. Philip Glass. 5 for keyboards, voice, flute & saxophone. Philip Glass: Dances Nos. Dance, pieces 5 for ensemble. No 1 for keyboards, voice, flutes & piccolo. feat: Philip Glass Ensemble. Glass: Dance Nos. Philip Glass Artist Format: Audio CD. Please retry. This album is BRILLIANT - and by far the best Philip Glass album I've ever heard. I love Stravinsky's Rite of Spring and Petroushka, Frank Zappa's Dance Me This, Hot Rats, and Burnt Weeny Sandwich, Pink Floyd' Relics, Wish You Were Here, Animals, Gentile Giant's In a Glass House, Free Hand, Interview, Joni Mitchell's Hejira, and so much more. THE POINT BEING FOLKS that there's so much great music that varies in genre and style - putting Country aside. 3 - Philip Glass. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 2017 Original National Geographic Motion Picture Soundtrack. Philip Glass - Recent Recordings. Glassworks & Interview with Philip Glass with Selections from Glassworks. Glassworks - Specially Mixed for Your Personal Cassette Player. Reel Chill 2: The Cinematic Chillout Album. London Music Works, The City of Prague Philarmonic Orchestra, The London Ensemble. Dance Nos. 1-5 is a music album by Philip Glass released in 1988. 1-5 is ranked 10,506th in the overall chart, 1,541st in the 1980s, and 154th in the year 1988. Loading content from YouTube. 1-5 track list. The tracks on this album have an average rating of 75 out of 100 all tracks have been rated. Sort by. Listen to Glass: Dance Nos. Philip Glass born January 31, 1937 is an American composer. He is widely regarded as one of the most influential musicians of the late 20th century. Glass's work has been described as minimal music, having similar qualities to other minimalist composers such as La Monte Young, Steve Reich, and Terry Riley. Glass describes himself as a composer of music with repetitive structures, which he has helped evolve stylistically. Glass founded the Philip Glass Ensemble, with which he still performs on keyboards