Philip Glass

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Philip Glass

I Glass anyang 1993
Mibait31 ya ing Enero 1937 (edad 86)
Baltimore, Maryland, Estados Unidos
Kapanintunan/propesionCompositor
AsawaJoAnne Akalaitis (m. 1965, div. 1980); Luba Burtyk (m. 1980); Candy Jernigan, mete 1991, aged 39; Holly Critchlow (m. 2001, div.)
ÁnakJuliet (b. 1968) , Zachary (b. 1971); Cameron (b. 2002) and Marlowe (b. 2003)

I Philip Glass (míbait 31 ya ing Enero 1937) métung yang compositor a ampóng pianistang Americanu. Tuturing deng métung karéng ma-influenciang díling compositor ning tauling dáké ning kadwang púlung síglu (late 20th century).[1][2][3][4] Miyuyugné ya ing óbrá nang Glass king minimalism, a mititikdó karéng frase ng mipapasibayuan ampóng mámális a tumpak-tumpak a frase. Lalaráwan néng Glass ing saríli na antimóng compositor ning “musicang maki balangkas a mipapasibayuan”at sasaupan né ining mibáyu estilu.[5][6] Glass describes himself as a composer of "music with repetitive structures",[7] which he has helped to evolve stylistically.[8][9]

  1. Naxos Classical Music Spotlight podcast: Philip Glass Heroes Symphony.
  2. "The Most Influential People in Classical and Dance", New York, May 8, 2006, http://nymag.com/news/features/influentials/16903/, retrieved on November 10, 2008 
  3. O'Mahony, John (November 24, 2001), "The Guardian Profile: Philip Glass", The Guardian (London), https://www.theguardian.com/Archive/Article/0,4273,4306156,00.html, retrieved on November 10, 2008 
  4. Merriam-Webster's Encyclopedia (2000), "Glass, Philip," Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc., p. 659. There, Glass is described as "today perhaps the world's most famous living composer."
  5. SPIN Media LLC (May 1985). SPIN. SPIN Media LLC, 55–. 
  6. Merriam-Webster's Encyclopedia (2000), "Glass, Philip," Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc., p. 659. There, Glass is described as "today perhaps the world's most famous living composer."
  7. Biography, PhilipGlass.com, Archived from the original on August 4, 2013, https://web.archive.org/web/20130804233252/http://www.philipglass.com/bio.php, retrieved on November 10, 2008, "The new musical style that Glass was evolving was eventually dubbed "minimalism". Glass himself never liked the term and preferred to speak of himself as a composer of "music with repetitive structures". Much of his early work was based on the extended reiteration of brief, elegant melodic fragments that wove in and out of an aural tapestry." 
  8. Smith, Ethan (January 18, 1999), "Is Glass Half Empty?", New York, http://nymag.com/nymetro/arts/music/pop/reviews/485/, retrieved on November 10, 2008 
  9. Smith, Steve (September 23, 2007), "If Grant Had Been Singing at Appomattox", The New York Times, https://www.nytimes.com/2007/09/23/arts/music/23smit.html