Tag Archives: Glass
With his signature repetition, the Violin Concerto No. 2 “American Four Seasons” is lyrical and mostly slow, (with orchestra), the Violin Sonata is much faster (with piano). Play!
Transcribed pieces for trumpet, “minimalist” but also older pieces that are quite varying. Play!
The very well-known and popular composer of repetitive notes referred to as “minimalism” (though the composer dislikes that term) performed by a pianist who has specialized in Glass’ works–etudes to relax with.
Known from his haunting soundtracks, don’t call this minimalism…
Works from film and theater works to solo works, all with that Glass repetition. Play!
His complete etudes ranging from suprisingly intense to lyrical. Play!
With his signature percussive, and lyrical layering on the piano, one new recording composed in 2003 and some older pieces and transcriptions. Play!
Piano pieces with his trademark repetitive, yet soothing style. CD2 trk 9 lively. Play!