8 years ago

“What came to me as a revelation was the use of rhythm in developing an overall structure in music.”

For 18 months award-winning director Scott Hicks (Shine) followed my personal favourite and notable minimalist composer Philip Glass (my fav.: GlassworksNorth Star, Koyaanisqatsi, Powaqqatsi, Einstein On TheBeach, Satyagraha, Songs From Liquid Days, Kundun, The Low Symphony and Songs, Poems for Solo Cello The Hours (Feature Film), and Notes on a Scandal – Feature Film) across three continents, creating a remarkable portrait: “Glass: A Portrait Of Philip In Twelve Parts" (TRAILER). A bit scattered and flat in beginning Scott Hicks’ uses Shine elements with the always down-to-Earth Glass, once seemed avant-garde but now absorbed into the mainstream. Watch the 2007 documentary on NETFLIX now. A-One-to-watch! —–ORDER DVD HERE—-Also have a look at Einstein on the Beach (VIDEO). An opera in four acts (framed and connected by five "knee plays” or intermezzos), composed by Philip Glass and directed by theatrical producer Robert Wilson. Listen-here-for-glass-pure-brilliant-album-GLASSWORKS! (Spotify) All these words where solely written with the intent of infinite love for the Philip Glass and endless respect for Mr. Glass. and his team of collaborators. Photo credit: Daniel Shen – CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 via FlickrA-One-to-watch and One-To-follow! The 25 Best Music Documentaries Streaming on Netflix here. Enjoy!