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Philip Glass: Einstein on the Beach

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Philip Glass

Label: Nonesuch Records
Released: 2012
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Track Listing

Knee Play 1; Act One; Scene 1: Train; Scene 2: Trial; Knee Play2; Act Two; Scene1 : Dance 1; Scene 2: Night Train; Knee Play 3; Act Three; Scene 1: Trial /Prison; Scene2: Dance 2; Knee Play 4; Act 4; Scene 1: Building; Scene2: Bed; Scene 3: Spaceship; Knee play 5

Personnel

Philip Glass
Philip Glass

composer/conductor

Additional Personnel / Information

Jon Gibson: soprano saxophone; Philip Glass: organ; Iris Hiskey: voice; Richard Landrey: flute, soprano saxophone, bass clarinet; Richard Peck: flute, alto saxophone; Michael Riesman: organ, synthesizer bass, additional keyboards; Violin: Paul Zukovsky; Marc Jakobi: voice; Mary Rice: voice; David Anchel: voice; Sean Barker: voice; Dora Ohrenstein: voice; Philip Gavin Smith: voice.


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