Steve Reich Phases

Steve Reich - Phases: A Nonesuch Retrospective (2006) {5-CD Set Nonesuch 7559-79962-2}

Steve Reich - Phases: A Nonesuch Retrospective (2006) {5-CD Set Nonesuch 7559-79962-2}
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© 2006 Nonesuch Records | 7559-79962-2
Classical / Modern Classical / Contemporary / Minimal / Post-Modern

Steve Reich has a remarkable arrangement for a composer in that he is an exclusive artist for Nonesuch and has been so for more than two decades. Back in 1996, when Reich celebrated his 60th birthday, Nonesuch issued a 10-CD box set of "everything" – all of the works in the Warner Classics vaults that he had recorded, including some new at the time, such as Steve Reich: Works 1965-1995. With Reich's 70th birthday afoot, the earlier set still in print and Nonesuch belonging to a classical music division that is operating on one lung, it has decided on a more modest approach to the newer observance with Steve Reich: Phases – A Nonesuch Retrospective, a collection consisting of five discs.

Steve Reich: Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective) (2006)  

Posted by hopscotch at Feb. 4, 2009
Steve Reich: Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective) (2006)

Steve Reich - Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | CD 5 of 5 | 309 MB

When the history book is written on the minimalist scene that emerged in the 1960s, it’s likely that composer Steve Reich will emerge as the most influential figure. Certainly artists including Philip Glass and Terry Riley have made extremely significant contributions to contemporary classical music and have evolved, like Reich, beyond the inherent constraints of the genre. But Reich’s influence can be felt in music by artists as diverse as German bassist Eberhard Weber, guitar legend Pat Metheny and British progressive rock groups Soft Machine and Gentle Giant. Even Mike Oldfield’s classic Tubular Bells had considerable precedent in Reich’s work.

Steve Reich: Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective) (2006)  

Posted by hopscotch at Feb. 2, 2009
Steve Reich: Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective) (2006)

Steve Reich - Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | CD 4 of 5 | 342 MB

When the history book is written on the minimalist scene that emerged in the 1960s, it’s likely that composer Steve Reich will emerge as the most influential figure. Certainly artists including Philip Glass and Terry Riley have made extremely significant contributions to contemporary classical music and have evolved, like Reich, beyond the inherent constraints of the genre. But Reich’s influence can be felt in music by artists as diverse as German bassist Eberhard Weber, guitar legend Pat Metheny and British progressive rock groups Soft Machine and Gentle Giant. Even Mike Oldfield’s classic Tubular Bells had considerable precedent in Reich’s work.

Steve Reich: Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective) (2006)  

Posted by hopscotch at Feb. 2, 2009
Steve Reich: Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective) (2006)

Steve Reich - Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | CD 3 of 5 | 384 MB

When the history book is written on the minimalist scene that emerged in the 1960s, it’s likely that composer Steve Reich will emerge as the most influential figure. Certainly artists including Philip Glass and Terry Riley have made extremely significant contributions to contemporary classical music and have evolved, like Reich, beyond the inherent constraints of the genre. But Reich’s influence can be felt in music by artists as diverse as German bassist Eberhard Weber, guitar legend Pat Metheny and British progressive rock groups Soft Machine and Gentle Giant. Even Mike Oldfield’s classic Tubular Bells had considerable precedent in Reich’s work.

Steve Reich: Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective) (2006)  

Posted by hopscotch at Jan. 31, 2009
Steve Reich: Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective) (2006)

Steve Reich - Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | CD 2 of 5 | 373 MB

When the history book is written on the minimalist scene that emerged in the 1960s, it’s likely that composer Steve Reich will emerge as the most influential figure. Certainly artists including Philip Glass and Terry Riley have made extremely significant contributions to contemporary classical music and have evolved, like Reich, beyond the inherent constraints of the genre. But Reich’s influence can be felt in music by artists as diverse as German bassist Eberhard Weber, guitar legend Pat Metheny and British progressive rock groups Soft Machine and Gentle Giant. Even Mike Oldfield’s classic Tubular Bells had considerable precedent in Reich’s work.

Steve Reich: Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective) (2006)  

Posted by hopscotch at Jan. 31, 2009
Steve Reich: Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective) (2006)

Steve Reich - Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | CD 1 of 5 | 315 MB

When the history book is written on the minimalist scene that emerged in the 1960s, it’s likely that composer Steve Reich will emerge as the most influential figure. Certainly artists including Philip Glass and Terry Riley have made extremely significant contributions to contemporary classical music and have evolved, like Reich, beyond the inherent constraints of the genre. But Reich’s influence can be felt in music by artists as diverse as German bassist Eberhard Weber, guitar legend Pat Metheny and British progressive rock groups Soft Machine and Gentle Giant. Even Mike Oldfield’s classic Tubular Bells had considerable precedent in Reich’s work.

Steve Reich: Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective)  

Posted by peachfuzz at Jan. 31, 2007
Steve Reich: Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective)

Steve Reich: Phases (A Nonesuch Retrospective)
EAC (APE & CUE) | Classical | 1.63 GB

No introduction is necessary for Steve Reich. By the time you grab and listen to this crown jewel, you'll know why.
Third Coast Percussion - Steve Reich: Mallet Quartet; Sextet; Nagoya Marimbas; Music for Pieces of Wood (2016)

Third Coast Percussion - Steve Reich:
Mallet Quartet; Sextet; Nagoya Marimbas; Music for Pieces of Wood (2016)

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 322 Mb | Scans included | Time: 01:02:27
Classical, Minimalism | Label: Cedille | # CDR 90000 161

GRAMMY WINNER, 59TH AWARDS: Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance. Third Coast Percussion has been saluted by the Washington Post for its virtuosity and precisely timed wit, and was called by the New York Times a commandingly elegant ensemble. The group, which is ensemble-in-residence at the University of Notre Dame, teaches and performs a concert series in Chicago, and has commissioned dozens of new works. This album is the ensembles Cedille label debut, and is an 80th birthday acknowledgement to American composer Steve Reich, the founding father of musical minimalism. This recording features four of Reichs most notable percussion works.
Steve Reich - Radio Rewrite (2014) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

Steve Reich - Radio Rewrite (2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 45:53 minutes | 773 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Nonesuch releases Pulitzer Prize winning composer Steve Reich s album Radio Rewrite on September 30, 2014. Co-commissioned for and recorded by Alarm Will Sound, the title piece references two songs by the English band Radiohead. Alan Pierson conducts this premiere recording of Radio Rewrite, which was composed in 2012. The album also includes recordings of Electric Counterpoint (1987) and Piano Counterpoint, which is a 2011 transcription by Vincent Corver of Reich s 1973 Six Pianos; the works are performed, respectively, by Radiohead s guitarist, Jonny Greenwood, and pianist Vicky Chow, who is a member of the Bang on a Can All-Stars.
VA - New Music Masters: Music by Steve Reich, Arvo Part, Ludovico Einaudi, Hans Otto, Henryk Mikolaj Gorecki (1996) [Re-Up]

New Music Masters: Steve Reich, Arvo Pärt, Ludovico Einaudi, Hans Otto, Henryk Mikołaj Górecki
Andrea Ceccomori, flutes; Paul Wehage, saxophones; Cecilia Chailly, harp
Goffredo Degli Esposti, recorder; Fabrizio Ottaviucci, piano

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Classical, Contemporary, Minimalism | Label: Amiata | # ARNR 0496 | Time: 00:51:59

A collection of musical gems by great contemporary composers of the minimalist and postminimalist trend. Music of Steve Reich (Vermont Counterpoint, New York Counterpoint - first recording of the saxophone version), Arvo Pärt (Pari Intervallo), Hans Otte (Eins), Ludovico Einaudi (Quattro Passi), Henryk Mikołaj Górecki (For you Ann Lill, Op.58), skilfully interpreted by Andrea Ceccomori and Goffredo Degli Esposti on the flutes, Paul Wehage on the saxophones, Cecilia Chailly on harp and Fabrizio Ottaviucci on piano.