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Post-Minimalist Music (Special Podcast)

Friday, June 24, 2011

WNYC

Philip Glass’s piano works have had a longstanding and widespread influence – on the so-called Post-minimalist composers, but also on musicians working in the electronic dance world.  One of them is Francesco Tristano, who brings electronica’s repeating motifs back to the piano in his solo piece “The Melody.”  We’ll hear that, as well as several of William Duckworth’s “Time Curve Preludes,” often considered the first major Post-minimalist work, and a work from the late Canadian composer Ann Southam directly inspired by Glass’s piano works.

PROGRAM #3190, post-minimalist music (First aired on 4-5-11)        

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Philip Glass

The Best of WNYC Live, Vol. 2

Etude #2, excerpt [1:30]

Private CD recorded in the WNYC studios

William Duckworth

Time-Curve Preludes

Prelude #17 [2:33]

Lovely Music #2031. http://www.lovely.com/titles/cd2031.html or www.emusic.com

Dustin O’Halloran

Lumiere

We Move Lightly [3:10]

Available at www.dustinohalloran.com or at www.emusic.com

Max Richter

Songs from Before

Autumn Song #1 [3:54]

Fat Cat #013 http://fat-cat.co.uk/fatcat/release.php?id=203

Ann Southam

Glass Houses Revisited (Christina Petrowska Quilico, pf)

Glass Houses #2 [4:57]

Centrediscs CMC #16511. www.musiccentre.ca

Francesco Tristano

Not For Piano

The Melody [4:35]

inFine/Sunnyside Records.  Available at www.emusic.com or iTunes.

William Duckworth

Time-Curve Preludes

Prelude #6 [4:11]

See above.

Dustin O’Halloran

Lumiere

Opus 55 [6:05]

See above.

Penguin Café

A Matter of Life…

That, Not That [4:21]

www.penguincafe.com

Todd Reynolds

Outerborough

Ken Thomson: Storm Drain [6:05]

Innova #741. www.innova.mu

William Duckworth

Time-Curve Preludes

Prelude #3 [2:01]

See above.

Philip Glass

Glassworks

Opening, excerpt [4:00]

Sony Classical** available on iTunes or eMusic.

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