Tuesday, January 31st, 2017-Echoes Program 1705B

Interview With Philip Glass: 80 Years Of Maximum Minimalism.

We celebrate the 80th birthday of one of the Holy Trinity of Minimalism. Philip Glass turns 80 this year and it’s hard to imagine the music of the last 50 years without him. He virtually reinvented the opera, brought minimalism into the concert hall and provided the ground upon which space music, EDM, and ambient chamber music were sown. We look back at the career of this pioneer who shows no signs of letting up featuring interviews with Glass, Ravi Shankar and more.

In addition, we remember guitarist Michael Diamond who passed away last Friday after suffering a stroke in mid-December.  He put out several ambient albums and also recorded with New Age artist Steven Halpern.

Tuesday, January 31st
Echoes Program 1705B

 

Start Time

 

Group Name

 

Song Name

 

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00
Sebastian Escofet
Tirol Concerto
0:06:00
Ravi Shankar and Philip Glass
Sadhanipa
0:14:20
Uakti
Tiquie River
0:16:02
Uakti
Japura River
0:20:41
Philip Glass Ensemble
In the Upper Room: Dance IX
0:29:00
break-Blow Up Hollywood
Adrift (excerpt)

Second Half Hour

0:30:00
Interview: Philip Glass


0:39:00
break


0:39:30
Philip Glass
Closing
0:45:00
Philip Glass
Massman
0:54:35
Vikingur Olafsson
No. 9
0:59:00
break-Johann Johannson
They Leave Everything Behind

Third Half Hour

1:01:00
Lana Del Rey
Freak
1:06:00
Minor Victories
Higher Hopes (Orchestral Variation)
1:13:44
Elbow
All Disco
1:18:00
Charlie Cunningham
Minimum
1:21:10
Daniel Voth
Brazil
1:26:15
Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
Kids
1:29:30
break-David Arkenstone
Tunnels (excerpt)

Fourth Half Hour

Remembering Michael Diamond
1:30:00
Michael Diamond
Dream Flight
1:32:45
Michael Diamond
Return to Lemuria
1:39:06
Steven Halpern & Michael Diamond
Ancient Shores
1:45:25
Steven Halpern & Michael Diamond
Return to Shamballa
1:50:52
Michael Diamond
Spiral Echoes

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