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Temple Of The Golden Pavilion (Like Some Enormous Music)Philip Glass
Phillip Glass’s score to Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters is one of the most beautiful things to have graced the world of sound. This came on shuffle on the bike ride home and I cried like a baby.
Morning PassagesLyric Quartet/Michael Riesman
“Morning Passages” de Phillip Glass trilha de “As Horas”. Outra paixão:Trilhas sonoras
Act 1 - Refrain - Verse 1 & 2Phillip Glass
Phillip Glass - Refrain - Verse 1, Verse 2
Open are the double doors of the horizon
Unlocked are its bolts
Clouds darken the sky
The stars rain down
The constellations stagger
The bones of the hell hounds tremble
The porters are silent
When they see this king
Dawning as a soul
Their name is not
Seize thou this king by his arm
Take this king to the sky
That he not die on earth
World Exclusive: Etude No. 19 by Philip Glass played by Sally Whitwell
A world exclusive performance of Etude No. 19 by Philip Glass played by Australian pianist Sally Whitwell.
Recorded by ABC Classic FM at the Perth Concert Hall on Saturday 16th February as part of the 2013 Festival of Perth.
Read the article on Phillip Glass on The Music Show.
If you enjoyed this excerpt, well ***drumroll*** the whole of this concert I played in is being broadcast on ABC Classic FM this coming Wednesday. Hip hurrah!!