"The most important thing is the community we're a part of." Philip Glass and Trinity's Julian Wachner discuss the new studio recording and concert DVD of Symphony No. 5 featuring Trinity ensembles. The album, full interview & extras are coming August 28
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Philip Glass in discussion with conductor Julian Wachner Trinity Church Wall Street The new studio recording and concert DVD of Glass SYMPHONY NO. 5 coming August 28th: #PhilipGlass #NewMusic ... See MoreSee Less
Coming soon (August 28) via Orange Mountain Music and Trinity Church Wall Street - Symphony No. 5: Requiem, Bardo, Nirmanakaya, Philip Glass —————— On the 20th anniversary of the premiere of Philip Glass’s magnum symphonic opus Symphony No. 5: Requiem, Bardo, Nirmanakaya, a new recording featuring Trinity ensembles is being released by Orange Mountain Music.
Written to mark the turn of the millennium, Symphony No. 5 manifests Gustav Mahler’s opinion that “The symphony must be like the world. It must embrace everything.” Glass draws from diverse spiritual wellsprings—including the Bible, the Tibetan Book of the Dead, the Koran, Hindu scriptures, and West African traditions—to create an epic narrative.
This new release includes the complete 100-minute Symphony No. 5 in studio-produced audio on two CDs and a live concert DVD of the symphony performed at Trinity Church, attended by Philip Glass. Presales: smarturl.it/rho1kf #NewMusic ... See MoreSee Less