- Performer:Philip Glass / Dorothy Pixley-Rothchild
- Title:Philip Glass: How Now; Strung Out
- Style:Keyboard,Chamber Music,Minimalism,Modern Composition
- Date of release:February 17, 2014
- Recording date:May 19, 1968
- Recording location:Filmmaker's Cinematheque, 80 Wooster Street, New York City
- Size FLAC version1975 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1326 megabytes
- Size WMA version1320 megabytes
- Formats:MP4 WAV APE AHX MMF XM
How Now. Philip Glass. Philip Glass, Dorothy Pixley-Rothchild. 2. Strung Out.
Dorothy Pixley-Rothchild Philip Glass, organ. Orange Mountain Music OMM0093 UPC 801837009323. Works such as HO NOW and STRUNG OUT were, in effect, pieces written to develop these skills which include stamina, sustained concentration, and an ability to play continuously in an easy and relaxed manner. Produced by Don Christensen and Richard Guerin. Executive Producers: Philip Glass, Kurt Munkacsi, and Don Christensen. The new album features all new music including the world premiere recordings of new works by Philip Glass, Gavin Bryars, David Skidmore, Peter Martin, and Robert Dillon.
Strung Out. Dorothy Pixley-Rothchild. Philip Glass: Galileo Galilei. Portland Opera Orchestra, Anne Manson, Richard Troxell, Linsay Ohse, André Chiang, Nicholas Nelson, John Holiday, Matthew Hayward, José Rubio, Anne McKee Reed, Caitlyn Mathes & Bix Brotherton. Philip Glass: Music With Changing Parts. The Philip Glass Ensemble. Philip Glass: In the Penal Colony. Philip Glass: Kepler. Landestheater Linz, Bruckner Orchester Linz, Dennis Russell Davies, Soloists of the Landestheater Linz & Chorus of the Landestheater Linz. Philip Glass: Symphony No. 1 "Low".
Philip Glass: How Now; Strung Out. 2014.
How Now. Organ – Philip Glass. Violin – Dorothy Pixley-Rothschild. Issued in a cardboard sleeve. Philip Glass' Debut Concert New York 1968" (from the sticker on the front). Recorded on 19 May, 1968 at the Filmmaker's Cinematheque 80 Wooster Street, New York City.
How Now/Strung Out quantity. SKU: OMM8001LP Category: Vinyl Records. This recording captures two of the solo works on the program including Glass himself performing ‘How Now’ for solo organ and ‘Strung Out’ for solo amplified violin performed by the legendary Dorothy Pixley-Rothchild for whom Glass had previously written a violin concerto for in 1960. It was soon after this concert that Glass started his own ensemble for which he wrote many new works. Consequently many of the works from this ‘pre-Philip Glass Ensemble’ period were not performed for a long time
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Philip Glass;Philip Glass Ensemble. Авторы текста и музыки.
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.
How Now (a). Strung Out (b). (b) Dorothy Pixley-Rothschild vn (a) Philip Glass org. Orange Mountain Music 0MM0093 (50' ADD). The 30-minute How Now, for solo electric keyboard, recalls some of the features of Glass's nascent ensemble style-bright, buzzing textures, loud amplification and busy, pentatonic patterns. But the opening sounds like an unsuccessful attempt to imitate Reich's phasing technique (then very much in vogue), and the repetition of block-like units disrupts rather than animates the musical flow.
CreditsDan Christensen - Executive Producer
Philip Glass - Composer, Executive Producer, Liner Notes, Organ, Piano, Primary Artist
Kurt Munkacsi - Executive Producer
Dorothy Pixley-Rothchild - Primary Artist, Violin
Dorothy Rothschild - Primary Artist, Violin
|1||How Now Philip Glass||Philip Glass / Dorothy Pixley-Rothchild||31:37|
|2||Strung Out Philip Glass||Philip Glass / Dorothy Pixley-Rothchild||18:12|