Philip Green - Melodic Orchestral album download
|A1||Rocking In My Rocking Chair||2:08|
|A2||(The) Roof Of The World||2:13|
|A6||(The) Singing Rain||1:37|
|B1||Sittin' In The Shadow||2:06|
|B3||Someday (Till I Find You)||2:10|
|B4||Starlight And Chandeliers||2:02|
Philip Green – Melodic Orchestral. Label: Photoplay Q Music Library – Q 12-004. Music By – Philip Green. p) 1972 Philip Green.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Photoplay Q Music Library (catalog number Q 12-006). This album was released in 1972 year. Format of the release is.
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It's not surprising that a piece by Philip Glass would be compared to the work whose repetitiveness has caused it to be frequently described as a precursor to minimalism, but the comparison is more apt here than with most of Glass' works. He takes a memorable, expansive melody with a Latin rhythmic vitality and flavor and spins it out over a long time span, in this case 23 minutes. These pieces are among Glass' most attractive and successful orchestral works and deserve to be more widely performed.
He formed the EMI Photoplay Q Music, where he became the sole contributor. Philip Green (July 19, 1911 - October 6, 1982), born Harry Philip Green, was a movie and television composer whose work ran the range of horror to comedy.
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Philip Glass Glassworks (CBS LP, 1982). Glassworks was the album that really established Glass as a unit-shifting phenomenon. The faintly new age cover imagery is telling: the commercial success of Glass in the 1980s had largely to do with the way his work was marketed as chill-out music for baby boomers; the short, pop-length pieces on Glassworks constituted an album of safe experimentalism to sit alongside Dark Side Of The Moon in the CD racks of aspirational city. Philip Glass Low Symphony (Point Music CD, 1993).