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Philip Glass



American composer Philip Glass (b. 1937).
In the pantheon of composers working in the so-called Western classical tradition, few have attained the popular acclaim, critical plaudits, financial success and instant recognisability that Glass has garnered during his lifetime. Fewer still can boast a similarly wide range of works spread across genres familiar to the classical cognoscenti: opera, orchestral, chamber and instrumental works; whilst also moving seamlessly inte music of real signifcance for film, theatre, dance, multi-media experiments and on inte the realms of contemporary electronic, ambient rock and world music. Photo license.
 



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Glass: Glassworlds, Vol. 5
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Glass: Dreaming Awake
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Philip Glass: Glassworlds, Vol. 4 – On Love
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Glass: Glassworlds, Vol. 3
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Oscillations
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Pianosequenza: Piano Music in Film
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Glass: String Quartet No. 5, Suite from Dracula & String Sextet
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Glass: Glassworlds, Vol. 2
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Orbit: Music for Solo Cello
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Bach & Glass: Works for Organ
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Glass: Glassworlds, Vol. 1
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Something of Life
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American Recital
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Glass - Rutter - Francaix: Harpsichord Concertos
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Americana
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Glass & Nyman: Works for Saxophone Quartet
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River of Light: American Short Works for Violin and Piano
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Sentieri Selvaggi Plays Gavin Bryars and Philip Glass
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Music in Fifths
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Glass: Violin Concerto No. 2,
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The Story Of American Classical Music
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Classical Chill
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Glass, P.: Violin Concerto / Company / Prelude From Akhnaten
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Pålsson, Hans: I Döda Mästares Sällskap, Vol. 5
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