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Philip Glass / Music in Twelve Parts

Philip Glass Ensemble - Michael Riesman
Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie
Duration: about 5h00 with 3 intermissions



Philip Glass
Music in twelve parts
Set 1: Parties 1-3
Set 2: Parties 4-6
Set 3: Parties 7-9
Set 4: Parties 10-12
Philip Glass Ensemble
Michael Riesman , direction et claviers
Lisa Bielawa , claviers, voix
Dan Bora , mixage audio live
Peter Hess , saxophones alto et ténor
Ryan Kelly , ingénieur du son retours
Mick Rossi , claviers
Sam Sadigursky , flûte, saxophone soprano
Andrew Sterman , flûte, piccolo, saxophone soprano

From its advent in 1967, the Philip Glass Ensemble was conceived by the composer as a laboratory for premiering his own works, beginning with his first major score, Music in Twelve Parts.


Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie

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