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|1. Triple Quartet: First Movement|
|2. Triple Quartet: Second Movement|
|3. Triple Quartet: Third Movement|
|4. Electric Guitar Phase|
|5. Music for a Large Ensemble|
|6. Tokyo/Vermont Counterpoint|
From the sharp, discerning Triple Quartet, to Tokyo-Vermont Counterpoint, this CD is worth hearing to see an insight into Reich's later works, (starting with Triple Quartet), and... Read morePublished on June 10 2004 by Jonny B
The rest of it is actually pretty boring. not boring like the desert music though so it's okay.Published on May 21 2003 by Matthew G. Taylor
Here you get a lot of Reich minimalist styles over the years.
Kronos play -as usual- well on this one in Bartok style and they taped themself and overdubbed it with a stunning... Read more
Here Steve Reich offers a refreshed experiencing of the old pieces Violin Phase & Music for a Large Ensemble. Read morePublished on March 14 2002 by "hirofantv"
A characteristic of better performances of Steve Reich is the how the dense rythmic structure creates a complex and expansive aural space. Read morePublished on Dec 1 2001 by Matthew Phillips
While Philip Glass continues to crank out formulaic mush that sounds like everything else he's written, Steve Reich has continued to evolve and change as a composer. Read morePublished on Oct. 29 2001 by Jeff Abell
The first piece on this disc--the Triple Quartet--may be startling to listeners familiar with Steve Reich's music. Read morePublished on Oct. 19 2001 by Daniel Johnson