19 March 2012

Philip Glass: Analog

Classical | EAC, FLAC, CUE, Log | 1 CD, Covers | 381 MB CD Date: August 29, 2006 | Orange Mountain Music Filevelocity - - Filefactory
Orange Mountain Music’s new release of “Philip Glass – ANALOG” contains three seminal works in Glass’s musical history. In the late 1970’s, Philip Glass was asked by two film producers, François de Menil and Barbara Rose, to write music for a film they were producing. The film was “Mark di Suvero, Sculptor” and it was Glass’s first film score, predating even Koyaanisqatsi. The score took its titles from the names of di Suvero sculptures shown in the film, including Etoile Polaire (North Star) and others. Dressed like an Egg is a never before released early Glass score which was written as incidental music to a Mabou Mines Theater Company production in 1977.
Music by Philip Glass
01. Etoile Polaire
02. Victor's Lament (From Etoile Polaire)
03. River Run (From Etoile Polaire)
04. Mon Pere, Mon Pere (From Etoile Polaire)
05. Are Years What? (For Marianne Moore)
06. Lady Day (From Etoile Polaire)
07. Ange des Oranges (From Etoile Polaire)
08. Ave (From Etoile Polaire)
09. Ik-Ook (From Etoile Polaire)
10. Montage (From Etoile Polaire)
11. Part IV (From Dressed Like an Egg)
12. Part V (From Dressed Like an Egg)
13. Part VI (From Dressed Like an Egg)
14. Mad Rush for organ
I'm beginning here to resurrect some of the works that "disappeared" from Avax or were "abandoned" from the original uploaders. There's not a real thought behind it, I'm just cleaning up my HDs and following the wind. What I downloaded long ago is flowing back. All credits go to the first uploader. Enjoy...


Ciro said...

Any covers? Scans?

Anonymous said...

No covers

Toutatis said...

Yes, it's FLAC, not FLACs... and it's cover, not covers... I can made mistakes.

Susan Young said...

No FLACs No covers

Danylong said...

Covers?... Genesis chapter 1 vers 3 & 4: 3 And God said, “Let there be Google,” and there was Google. 4 God saw that the Google was good, and he separated the Google from the darkness...