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Philip Glass

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Glassworks : Glass: Glassworks: Opening Víkingur Ólafsson, Philip Glass 07:45
Night on the Balcony Lavinia Meijer, Philip Glass 02:42
Étude for Piano No. 2 (1994) Philip Glass 04:53
Powaqqatsi Philip Glass 04:35
Les enfants terribles - Arr. for Piano duet : Glass: Les enfants terribles - Arr. for Piano duet - III. The Somnambulist Katia Labèque, Marielle Labèque, Philip Glass 03:51
Mr. Suso #2 with Reflection Philip Glass 01:18
Dead Things Philip Glass, Carlos Marquez 04:16
Glassworks: I. Opening Philip Glass, Philip Glass Ensemble 06:24
Light in the Dark Philip Glass, Paul Leonard-Morgan 02:11
Glassworks : Glass: Glassworks - Opening Valentina Lisitsa, Philip Glass 06:08

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Philip Glass is an internationally acclaimed and highly influential American composer noted for a minimalist style who has written concertos, symphonies, operas, chamber music and film scores. Among his most famous scores are for the Academy Award-nominated features 'Kundun' (1997), 'The Hours' (2003) and 'Notes On a Scandal' (2007).

Born in Baltimore to a musical family, he learned to play the flute as a child and later studied at the University of Chicago and the Juilliard School of Music in New York. He won a Fulbright Scholarship in 1964 and spent time in Paris where he worked with theatre troupes and contributed music to stage productions and film soundtracks. He returned to America in 1967 and wrote several works for the concert hall and chamber music artists. His most admired works include 'Music in 12 Parts' (1974), 'Philip Glass: North Star' (1977), 'Einstein On the Beach' (1979), 'Philip Glass: Glassworks' (1982), 'Koyaanisqatsi: Life Out of Balance' (1990) and 'Philip Glass: 'Low' Symphony (from the music of David Bowie and Brian Eno)' (1993). He has also written music for several short films in recent years and performed around the world.