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Philip Glass - Les Enfants Terribles - Children Of The Game Album

Philip Glass - Les Enfants Terribles - Children Of The Game Album
Title:
Les Enfants Terribles - Children Of The Game
Performer:
Philip Glass
Style:
Modern, Soundtrack, Classical
Released:
2005
Catalog:
omm0019
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
2457 mb
FLAC album size:
2826 mb
Genre:
Label:
Orange Mountain Music

Tracklist


1Scene 1 Les Enfants Terribles Overture3:16
2Scene 8b And Then Leave3:13
3Scene 10, 11 Criscross Pattern6:49
4Scene 17 Are You In Love, Agathe?10:13
5Scene 8a They Lived Their Dream4:13
6Scene 4 Two Halves Of The Same Body5:41
7Scene 20 Paul's End4:04
8Scene 16 He Wrote His Own Name1:21
9Scene 19 She Took The Path2:27
10Scene 7 She Slapped Me5:14
11Scene 5 He Didn't Say Goodbye2:05
12Scene 11A Terrible Interlude4:41
13Scene 15 Lost4:35
14Scene 9 Call Me Elisabeth3:13
15Scene 18 From Dargelos3:35
16Scene 3 A Snowball3:32
17Scene 2 Paul Is Dying7:38
18Scene 12 Unaware Of Its Taboos2:33
19Scene 14a, b Cocoon Of Shawls4:17
20Scene 13 One Wheel Spinning4:15
21Scene 6 The Somnambulist4:12


Credits


  • Adapted ByPhilip Glass, Susan Marshall
  • Bass Vocals, Baritone VocalsPhilip Cutlip
  • ConductorKaren Kemensek
  • DesignLissi Sigillo
  • Engineer [Assistant]Ryoji Hata
  • Engineer [Technical]Jamie Mereness
  • Executive-ProducerDon Christensen, Kurt Munkacsi, Philip Glass
  • KeyboardsEleanor Sandresky, Nelson Padgett, Philip Glass
  • Mezzo-soprano VocalsValerie Komar
  • Mixed ByMartin Czembor
  • Photography ByNoah Greenberg
  • ProducerKurt Munkacsi, Michael Riesman
  • Recorded ByJohn Billingsley
  • Soprano VocalsChristine Arand
  • Tenor VocalsHal Cazalet


Notes


A dance opera based on the work by Jean Cocteau.

Les Enfants Terribles, the final installment of Philip Glass' trilogy based on the work of Jean Cocteau, articulates Cocteau's belief in the transcendent power of imagination and creativity. It is the story of a brother and sister, Paul and Lise, two characters so caught up in a world of their own imaginings that they can no longer see a reality beyond their "game".

Recorded December 1996 -January 1997. Mixed May 1997.


Barcodes


  • Barcode (Printed): 8 01837 00192 1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 801837001921


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Orange Mountain Music
  • Copyright (c) – Orange Mountain Music
  • Recorded At – Electric Lady Studios
  • Recorded At – Sorcerer Sound
  • Mixed At – The Looking Glass Studios


Album


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