Composer Philip Glass is known for his haunting, minimalist (though he doesn’t like that term) sound in operas like “Einstein on the Beach” and scores for films such as “The Fog of War.” He’s now written a memoir, “Words Without Music,” which he discussed with Here & Now’s Meghna Chakrabarti.
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Music In This Segment
All pieces by Philip Glass, unless noted otherwise
“Music in 12 Parts: Part 8″ performed by the Philip Glass Ensemble
“Music in 12 Parts: Part 7″ performed by the Philip Glass Ensemble
“Morning Passages” from the score for “The Hours”
“String Quartet No. 3 in B-Flat Minor, D. 36:I, Allegro” by Franz Schubert, performed by the Taneyev Quartet
“Evening Song” from “Satyagraha,” performed by Douglas Perry, Christopher Keene & the New York City Opera Chorus
“Channels and Winds” from ‘Passages”
“Line Up” by Lennie Tristano
“Act 1: Train” from “Einstein on the Beach” performed by the Philip Glass Ensemble
“Choosing Life” from the score for “The Hours”
Philip Glass, composer and author of “Words Without Music.”
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