Philip Glass The Music of Candyman

Philip Glass - The Music of Candyman  Music

Posted by Bodger at May 2, 2009
Philip Glass - The Music of Candyman

Philip Glass - The Music of Candyman
Soundtrack | mp3 | 320kbps | 121.8MB
Orange Mountain Music (2001)

Philip Glass - The Music of Undertow  Music

Posted by trackball at May 21, 2009
Philip Glass - The Music of Undertow

Philip Glass - The Music of Undertow
Classical, Soundtrack | Easy CD-DA, FLAC, CUE, No Log | 1 CD, Cover, LQ | 213 MB
CD Date: September 21, 2004 | Orange Mountain Music

Undertow, set in an American South untouched by time, is a uniquely American dramatic thriller from director David Gordon Green starring Jamie Bell, Josh Lucas, Dermot Mulroney, and newcomer Devon Alan. A tale of violent legacies between two generations of brothers, Undertow depicts what happens when a hardworking father raising two sons without their mother is paid an unexpected visit by his older ex-convict brother who is looking to settle an old score.

Philip Glass - The Passion of Ramakrishna (2012)  

Posted by Designol at Feb. 20, 2015
Philip Glass - The Passion of Ramakrishna (2012)

Philip Glass - The Passion of Ramakrishna (2012)
Pacific Symphony, conducted by Carl St.Clair; Pacific Chorale, directed by John Alexander

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 222 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 154 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical, Choral | Label: Orange Mountain Music | # 0080 | Time: 00:44:11

Orange Mountain Music presents the world premiere recording of Philip Glass' The Passion of Ramakrishna. Commissioned by the Pacific Symphony and premiered in 2006 during the opening of the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Orange County, Glass' 45 minute oratorio, written for soloists, chorus and large orchestra, is a passion play and a tribute to 19th Century Indian spiritual leader Sri Ramakrishna. The work portrays his death with the chorus taking up the voice of Ramakrishna himself and the soloists are those of his loved ones, doctor and disciples. Maestro Carl St.Clair, a longtime champion of the music of Philip Glass, leads the Pacific Symphony, Pacific Chorale and soloists Christopheren Numura, Janice Chandler Eteme, Kevin Deas, I-Chin Feinblatt and Nicholas Preston.

Philip Glass - The Witches of Venice  Music

Posted by trackball at June 9, 2009
Philip Glass - The Witches of Venice

Philip Glass - The Witches of Venice
Classical | Easy CD-DA, FLAC tracks, No CUE, No Log | 1 CD, Cover, LQ | 486 MB
CD Date: November 14, 2006 | Orange Mountain Music

Fantasy, adventure, magic, monsters, fairies, witches, kings and queens are all part of the world created by Caldecott Medal winning Beni Montresor and acclaimed composer Philip Glass in this children's opera-ballet that was originally created for the world's most famous opera house, Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Italy. The piece was based on Montresor's children's book, The Witches of Venice.
Glass's most famous works are often large scale and very serious in nature. His works for the stage, screen and opera house such as Einstein on the Beach, Symphony No. 6 "Plutonian Ode" and his famous Koyaanisqatsi all fit that description.

Philip Glass - The Fog of War  Music

Posted by trackball at May 20, 2009
Philip Glass - The Fog of War

Philip Glass - The Fog of War
Classical | Easy CD-DA, FLAC, CUE, No Log | 1 CD, Cover, LQ | 368 MB
CD Date: December 2, 2003 | Orange Mountain Music

How do you write music for a story that encompasses the 20th Century…? A story that also combines elements of caprice and destiny. And at its center a story that asks whether war is inevitable, unavoidable, part of human nature. This is my third collaboration with Philip Glass, and I cannot think of who else could have written the music. I once told Philip that he creates a feeling of existential dread better than anyone else I know of. And this is a movie filled with existential dread. I like to think of it as music for the apocalypse, where the apocoalypse is not so much the end of the world but just more of what we've seen before, more of the same.

Philip Glass - Music of Candyman  Music

Posted by trackball at June 1, 2009
Philip Glass - Music of Candyman

Philip Glass - Music of Candyman
Classical, soundtracks | Easy CD-DA, FLAC, CUE, No Log | 1 CD, Cover, LQ | 295 MB
CD Date: September 21, 2001 | Orange Mountain Music

In 1990 Philip Glass was asked by director Bernard Rose to compose a score for his film Candyman. Rose, a young director had an intriguing film, Paperhouse to his credit and the Candyman story, (written by Clive Barker), was a tale of contemporary myth and horror that possessed a truly frightening psychological plot. Glass accepted this task and wrote a "gothic" score for chorus and pipe organ. Somewhere down the line the film's producers and Clive Barker became dissatisfied with Rose's work, probably because he wasn't creating enough overt gore and horror and relieved him of the job of finishing the film.
Lavinia Meijer - The Glass Effect (The Music of Philip Glass & Others) (2016) [TR24][OF]

Lavinia Meijer - The Glass Effect (The Music of Philip Glass & Others)
Classical | FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | 115:58 min | 1.84 GB | Digital booklet
Label: Sony Music Classical | Tracks: 22 | Rls.date: 2016

Born in South-Korea and at the age of two adopted into a Dutch family, Lavinia Meijer started to play the harp at the age of nine. Within two years she was admissioned to study at the young talent class of the conservatory of Utrecht (Bachelor) and later at the conservatory of Amsterdam (Master). At both conservatories she graduated with Honours. Her success at the conservatory of Amsterdam was a prelude on Lavinia’s career to come.
Lavinia Meijer - The Glass Effect (The Music of Philip Glass & Others) (2016)

Lavinia Meijer - The Glass Effect (The Music of Philip Glass & Others) (2016)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:54:43 | 270 MB
Label: Sony Music Classical

Born in South-Korea and at the age of two adopted into a Dutch family, Lavinia Meijer started to play the harp at the age of nine. Within two years she was admissioned to study at the young talent class of the conservatory of Utrecht (Bachelor) and later at the conservatory of Amsterdam (Master). At both conservatories she graduated with Honours. Her success at the conservatory of Amsterdam was a prelude on Lavinia’s career to come.
Philip Glass - The Photographer (1983) Reissue 2003 [Repost]

Philip Glass - The Photographer (1983) Reissue 2003
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 262 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 139 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical, Minimalism | Label: Sony Classical | # SMK87969 | Time: 00:42:23

The Photographer is a three-part mixed media performance accompanied by music (also sometimes referred to as a chamber opera) by composer Philip Glass. The libretto is based on the life and homicide trial of 19th-century American photographer Eadweard Muybridge. Commissioned by the Holland Festival, the opera was first performed in 1982 at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam.
Valentina Lisitsa plays Philip Glass: The Hours - Metamorphosis - Mad Rush (2015) 2CD

Valentina Lisitsa plays Philip Glass: The Hours - Metamorphosis - Mad Rush (2015) 2CD
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 530 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 388 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical, Minimalism | Label: DECCA | # 478 8079 | Time: 02:31:00

Valentina Lisitsa's double-CD of the music of Philip Glass is a generous collection of excerpts drawn from his film music, including The Hours, The Truman Show, and Mishima, as well as from concert works, such as Glassworks, How Now, The Metamorphosis, and Mad Rush, among other selections. While Glass achieved fame through his early ensemble pieces, where he developed a bright-edged sound through the use of electronic keyboards, his minimalism is easily adaptable to the piano, though the characteristic ostinato patterns that gave his earlier scores a fierce energy are somewhat softened in the piano's blander sonorities and more introspective tone. Lisitsa has found a niche in playing minimalist music, as she demonstrated on her successful 2014 album, Chasing Pianos, where she explored the film music of Michael Nyman. This collection is a natural follow-up, and Lisitsa's aptitude for Glass' style is shown in her steady, rocking rhythms and even dynamics, as well as in her poignantly lyrical expressions.