Scene 3: The City. Dance (Conclusion): Dance - Philip Glass - Akhnaten (CD)
Label: Sony Classical - SM2K 91141 • Format: 2x, CD • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Modern Classical
My Friends Are So Boring - The Scruffs - The Actual Size (CD, Album), ____ _____ _.__.__ ___ - Vic Rawlings & Mike Bullock - Fall Of Song (CD, Album), Archaic Frequencies - S.E.M;I - UnDead (CDr), Stop My Way (Produced By Kurek) - Various - Fonoteka2 (Remixed) (File, MP3), Moatjé-Là, Steps - The Ultimate Tour Live (DVD), Dreams - The Corrs - Talk On Corners (CD, Album), No Thought - Spazz - Dwarf Jester Rising (Vinyl, LP, Album), Bending Over (Deconstructed), Funk Ass Rotator - Kraak & Smaak - Funk Ass Rotator / Mad As Hell (Vinyl), Fear Of Napalm - Various - Tribute To Terrorizer (CD, Album), The Penquin Break Down - L.J. Reynolds* & Chocolate Syrup - The Penquin Break Down / Whats A Matter, Rockin With The Radio - Blue Tears - Blue Tears (CD, Album), Montages - Makeup And Vanity Set - Hit TV (File, Album), Hey Girl - Carole King - Pearls - Songs Of Goffin And King (CD, Album)
9 thoughts on “ Scene 3: The City. Dance (Conclusion): Dance - Philip Glass - Akhnaten (CD) ”
Philip Glass: Akhnaten, 3×Tape, Niederlande, , CBS (M3T ) / CBS (), 3-cassette box set, Neuware, 21,90 €.
Title Time Composer Rating Download; Prelude: Refrain, Verse 1, Verse 2 lyrics: Glass Prelude: Verse 3 lyrics: Glass Scene 1: Funeral of.
Format: 2×CD, Year: , Label: CBS Records Masterworks (M2K ), Barcode: , Length:
Dance (Act II Scene III) Notes Born in Chicago in to Jewish immigrant parents, the American composer Philip Glass began his musical studies on the flute and violin, going on to study with Steve Reich at the Juilliard School in New York, and later with Darius Milhaud in .
Philip Glass is a theater person whose wide popularity has been greatly enhanced by the visuals that accompany his music: the music score for the film 'The Hours', his triptych of operas about men who changed the world in science ('Einstein on the Beach'), in politics ('Satyagraha') and religion ('Akhnaten') are just a few examples/5(7).
An opera in three acts for orchestra, chorus and soloists. Music composed by Philip Glass. Libretto by Philip Glass in association with Shalom Goldman, Robert Israel and Richard Riddell. Vocal text drawn from original sources by Shalom Goldman. Recorded at Karlshohe Church & Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg, Germany. Packaged in a 2xCD Jewel Case.
Philip Glass' "Akhnaten" is an episodic opera, rather than a single cohesive story. To summarise briefly, the opera focuses on events in Akhnaten's (heir to the throne of Egypt ( B.C.) after his father, Amenhotep III) life - his father's funeral, his coronation, his confrontation with the powerful priests and abolishment of the old gods in favour of the radical notion of monotheism, and Reviews:
Akhnaten marks the culmination and conclusion of a lengthy period in my compositional life. It completes the trilogy of “portrait” operas I began in with Einstein on the Beach (in collaboration with Robert Wilson) and continued in with Satyagraha (whose libretto was a joint effort by me and the writer Constance de Jong, with the assistance of designer Robert Israel).
Dec 30, · Philipp Glass, Akhnaten (Full, Disk 2/2) 1) Act 2. Scene 3. Narration. The City [Beginning] (2'30) 2) Act 2. Scene 3. The City - Dance (Conclusion) (5'10) 3) Act 2. Scene 4. Hymn (13'35) 4) Act 3.