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Kronos Quartet Performs Philip Glass

Artist
Philip Glass
Price
$16.00
Date
1995
Format
Audio
Size
14 × 12.3 × 1 cm
Genre
CD
Description

Kronos Quartet (David Harrington on violin, John Sherba on violin, Hank Dutt on viola, and Joan Jeanrenaud on cello) play Philip Glass’s string quartets. CD in plastic jewel case with 14 pg sleeve booklet. Cover by Francesco Clemente.

Recorded August 1993 at Skywalker Sound, Marin County, California.
Mastered at Soundbyte, New York, New York.

From the liner notes:

“Philip Glass’ string quartets may contain his most intimate music. They are works through which a very public composer, perhaps the most important opera reformer of our age and a longstanding collaborator in large-scale music theatre, holds up a mirror to himself and his way of composing.”

Credits:

Cello – Joan Jeanrenaud
Composed By – Philip Glass
Design – Frank Olinsky
Edited By – Judith Sherman
Engineer – Craig Silvey
Engineer [Assistant] – Tom Luekens
Executive-Producer – Robert Hurwitz
Painting [Cover Painting: The Four Corners] – Francesco Clemente (2)
Photography By [Kronos Quartet] – Christine Alicino
Producer – Judith Sherman, Kurt Munkacsi, Philip Glass
Viola – Hank Dutt
Violin – David Harrington, John Sherba

Track Listing:

String Quartet No. 5 (21:53)
1 I 1:11
2 II 3:00
3 III 5:28
4 IV 4:38
5 V 7:36
String Quartet No. 4 (Buczak) (23:01)
6 I 7:54
7 II 6:18
8 III 8:38
String Quartet No. 2 (Company) (7:24)
9 I 2:09
10 II 1:34
11 III 1:28
12 IV 2:04
String Quartet No. 3 (Mishima)
13 1957-Award Montage 3:27
14 November 25-Ichigaya 1:19
15 1934-Grandmother And Kimitake 2:41
16 1962-Body Building 1:40
17 Blood Oath 3:11
18 Mishima/Closing 2:56

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