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Works 1965 - 1995 10CD BOX ( CD )


Steve Reich-Works 1965 - 1995 10CD BOX
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On this CD:

1. Come Out, for tape
Composed by Steve Reich
with Double Edge

2. Piano Phase, for 2 pianos (or 2 marimbas)
Composed by Steve Reich
with Double Edge

3. It's Gonna Rain, for tape
Composed by Steve Reich
with Bang On A Can

4. Four Organs, for 4 electric organs & maracas
Composed by Steve Reich
with Bang On A Can

5. Drumming, for 2 female voices, piccolo, 4 pairs of bongos, 3 marimbas & 3 glockenspiels
Composed by Steve Reich
with Thad Wheeler, Gary Schall, Jay Clayton, Steve Reich, Bob Becker, Pamela Wood Ambush, Glen Velez, Ben Harris, Garry Kvistad, Russ Hartenberger, James Preiss, Mort Silver

6. Music for Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ, for 3 female voices, 3 marimbas, 3 glockenspiels, vibes & organ
Composed by Steve Reich
with Thad Wheeler, Timothy Ferchen, Nurit Tilles, Rebecca Armstrong, Jay Clayton, Steve Reich, Bob Becker, Pamela Wood Ambush, Garry Kvistad, James Preiss, Russ Hartenberger

7. Clapping Music, for 2 performers
Composed by Steve Reich
with Steve Reich, Russ Hartenberger

8. Six Marimbas (rearranged version of "Six Pianos")
Composed by Steve Reich
with Bob Becker, Manhattan Marimba Quartet, Russ Hartenberger

9. Music for 18 Musicians, for 4 female voices & 16 instruments
Composed by Steve Reich
with Thad Wheeler, Cheryl Bensman Rowe, Nurit Tilles, Marion Beckenstein, Jeanne LeBlanc, Evan Ziporyn, Jay Clayton, Steve Reich, Leslie Scott, Bob Becker, Phillip Bush, James Preiss, Russ Hartenberger, Timothy Ferchen, Rebecca Armstrong, Edmund Niemann, Elizabeth Lim, Garry Kvistad

10. Eight Lines (revision of "Octet"), for chamber orchestra
Composed by Steve Reich
with Bang On A Can
Conducted by Bradley Lubman

11. Tehillim, for 3 sopranos, alto, winds, strings, percussion & keyboards
Composed by Steve Reich
with Percussion Group The Hague, Schoenberg Ensemble
Conducted by Reinbert de Leeuw

12. The Desert Music, for small chorus & large orchestra
Composed by Steve Reich
Performed by Brooklyn Philharmonic [members of]
with Cheryl Bensman Rowe, Donald Palma, Bob Becker, Colorado Quartet, Glen Velez, Garry Kvistad, Russ Hartenberger
Conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas

13. New York Counterpoint, for clarinet, bass clarinet & tape
Composed by Steve Reich
with Evan Ziporyn

14. Sextet, for percussion, piano & synthesizers
Composed by Steve Reich
with Nurit Tilles, Bob Becker, Edmund Niemann, Glen Velez, Garry Kvistad, Russ Hartenberger

15. The Four Sections, for orchestra
Composed by Steve Reich
Performed by London Symphony Orchestra
with Nurit Tilles, Bob Becker, Edmund Niemann, Garry Kvistad, James Preiss, Russ Hartenberger
Conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas

16. Different Trains, for double string quartet & tape
Composed by Steve Reich

17. Electric Counterpoint, for electric guitar, bass guitar & tape
Composed by Steve Reich
with Pat Metheny

18. Movements (3) for orchestra
Composed by Steve Reich
Performed by London Symphony Orchestra
with Ray Northcott, Clive Malabar, Frank Ricotti, Simon Carrington, Neil Percy
Conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas

19. The Cave, multimedia theater work for piano, sampling keyboards & voice of Neville Chamberlain
Composed by Steve Reich
with Steve Reich Ensemble
Conducted by Paul Hillier

20. Proverb, for 3 sopranos, 2 tenors, 2 vibes & 2 organs
Composed by Steve Reich
with Nurit Tilles, Bob Becker, Theatre of Voices, Edmund Niemann, Russ Hartenberger
Conducted by Paul Hillier

21. Nagoya Marimbas, for 2 marimbas
Composed by Steve Reich
with Bob Becker, James Preiss

22. City Life, for for chamber ensemble
Composed by Steve Reich
with Steve Reich Ensemble
Conducted by Bradley Lubman

Editorial Reviews
Amazon.com essential recording
In the afterglow of his 60th birthday in 1997, Nonesuch Records delivered Steve Reich and his listeners an immense gift, this 10-CD retrospective of his work for the label, extending from his earliest tape-manipulation pieces to his most recent compositions utilizing samplers and the video artistry of Beryl Korot. Aside from the ear's liquid sense-making when it hears the dense and limber marimbas of Reich's Six Marimbas or his taut, dizzying Piano Phase, there is a physical response almost inevitable in Reich's music. It stuns and holds you. And he knows it. It's Gonna Rain struck an early chord of inventiveness, featuring an African American Pentecostal preacher's sermon and eventually spinning the title phrase into a jangling repetition of single words. Percussion works abound here: Clapping and Drumming stun with their deceptive similarity and warm clarity. Perennial favorite Piano Phase features pianists Nurit Tilles and Eduard Neumann synched up on two pianos and careening at full tilt in unison before their four hands fall out of time and phrase with each other, only to realign in a powerful swooping demonstration of energy and focus. The latter CDs hold abundant delights, many revealing Reich's late-discovered spiritualism and Judaica: Different Trains' examination of the Holocaust; Tehillim's shimmering Hebrew texts sung with fascinating choral power; Proverb's invocation of Perotin. Closing the set are recent pieces: Nagoya Marimbas, and the sampler-rich City Life and The Cave. --Andrew Bartlett