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Philip Glass From The Music Of David Bowie & Brian Eno - Low Symphony

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But Low Symphony actually works and haven't classical composers always copped melodies from popular tunes? The opening, "Subterraneans," maintains the meandering but tense feel of the original.

When percussion builds in the mix, it suggests a resolution, but none comes. The middle movement is more of a revelation, based on a bonus track, "Some Are," that only made it to the Rykodisc pressings of Low. The original was more of a sketch, a half-whispered song backed by minimal piano and atmospherics. Glass resurrects this song and whips it into a forceful, stirring number that makes the pulse race. Listeners unfamiliar with Bowie's album may think it started out as an anthem.

Finally, "Warszawa" returns to replicating the original track, transcribing Bowie's vocal for cello, bringing out a melody similar to Prokofiev. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully.

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    Goltizil 10.11.2019
    Jan 30,  · Philip Glass is returning to the music of David Bowie 22 years after his last composition based on the singer’s work. His 12th symphony, and third based on Bowie’s work.
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    Kajin 09.11.2019
    Philip Glass From The Music Of David Bowie & Brian Eno Philip Glass From The Music Of David Bowie & Brian Eno - "Low" Symphony ‎ (LP, Album, RE) Music On Vinyl Classical MOVCL
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    Nejora 09.11.2019
    Jan 09,  · PHILIP GLASS It’s part of a commitment I had made to David Bowie and Brian Eno to take three of their records and turn them into symphonies. In “Lodger,” to .
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    Tujas 10.11.2019
    When Philip Glass announced his next work would be based on works from the classic Brian Eno/David Bowie album Low, critics assumed that Glass was running out of ideas and that he'd just run some of his patented major-scale runs underneath some recognizable pop music, another example of that darned modern music trying to be cool like rock. But Low Symphony actually works (and haven't classical composers always copped melodies 8/
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    Gozuru 12.11.2019
    Music composed by Philip Glass. From the music of David Bowie and Brian Eno. Performed by The Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra. Dennis Russell Davies, Principal Conductor. Assistant Conductor: Karen Kamensek. Produced by Kurt Munkacsi and Michael Riesman for Euphorbia Productions, Ltd. Executive Producer(s): Kurt Munkacsi and Rory Johnston.
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    Dogami 10.11.2019
    Feb 03,  · Philip Glass - Low Symphony - Cd gukusgardamuroariufym.infoinfo Glass finds inspiration for his music in the strangest places. Here, he has taken his themes for the Low Symphony from the music of David Bowie and Brian Eno, specifically from their album entitled Low. You needn't be familiar with (or like) the work of Bowie or Eno to appreciate this piece, which is in three movements: Subterrraneans, /5(11).

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