June 18th, 2009
Knee 5
Philip Glass
Einstein on the Beach

Philip Glass - Knee 5, from Einstein on the Beach.

K. and I listened to this today, and I was reminded of my mother’s amusement at the strangely intoned description of the lovers at the end. My intellectual ambivalence about Glass has never interfered with my fondness for his music.

See also: Glass’ contribution to Sesame Street.

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    thank you marc jacobs for introducing this song into my life. god bless your soul.
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    I did a lecture on this piece for one of my classes. Just incredible. Glass is the soundtrack to the world’s...
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