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  1. Writings on Music, 1965-2000 by Steve Reich, 2004-10-28
  2. Music for 18 Musicians by Steve Reich, 1976
  3. Steve Reich: A Bio-Bibliography (Bio-Bibliographies in Music) by D. J. Hoek, 2001-10-30
  4. American Minimal Music: LA Monte Young, Terry Riley, Steve Reich, Philip Glass by Wim Mertens, 1988-06
  5. Writings about Music (The Nova Scotia series-source materials of the contemporary arts) by Steve Reich, 1975-06-01
  6. Four Musical Minimalists: La Monte Young, Terry Riley, Steve Reich, Philip Glass (Music in the Twentieth Century) by Keith Potter, 2002-06-03
  7. Compositions by Steve Reich: Piano Phase, Music for a Large Ensemble, Drumming, Different Trains, Music for 18 Musicians, Tehillim
  8. Postmodern Composers: Philip Glass, Steve Reich, Terry Riley, Louis Andriessen, Luciano Berio, Michael Nyman, John Zorn, Arvo Pärt
  9. Sound Unbound: Sampling Digital Music and Culture
  10. Music for 18 Musicians: Study Score (Hps 1239)
  11. American Orthodox Jews: Steve Reich, Gerald Schroeder, Leonard Nimoy, Joe Lieberman, Ronald Perelman, Jonathan Pollard, Michael Mukasey
  12. Four Musical Minimalists: La Monte Young, Terry Riley, Steve Reich, Philip Glass. (Musical Men).: An article from: Notes by Jonathan W. Bernard, 2002-06-01
  13. Euvre de Steve Reich: Music for 18 Musicians, Piano Phase, Three Tales, Different Trains, Reed Phase, Pendulum Music, the Desert Music (French Edition)

1. Aworks :: "new" American Classical Music: Reich, Steve :: Six Pianos
why listening to this music is interesting, important, and maybe even fun. /robert gable/
aworks :: "new" american classical music
why listening to this music is interesting, important, and maybe even fun. /robert gable/
3 posts categorized "reich, steve :: six pianos"
Six Marimbas (1986). Steve Reich /who sampled?/
A new site Six Marimbas as sampled by Susumu Yokota: Blue Sky And Yellow Sunflower ... December 04, 2009 in reich, steve :: six pianos Permalink Comments (0) TrackBack (0) ...
Six Pianos (1973). Steve Reich
Via Bruce Umbaugh episode 2463 of WNYC's New Sounds has Steve Reich's You Are (Variations) Six Pianos , and an excerpt from Cello Counterpoint . I just tuned in and it's Six Pianos which means I missed You Are (Variations) . John Schaefer goes on to suggest Cello Counterpoint may be the most difficult to play of Reich's Counterpoint series. Hard to tell from the minute or so actually streamed. The Rambler relates how minimalism in general is best live (and how his mum couldn't drive and listen to Six Pianos In this respect Six Pianos shares something with the work of Brian Ferneyhough - an awareness of the potency of live performance. I can't really comment since, despite hearing and owning pretty much all of Reich's work, I've never seen any of it performed live. I've tried to remedy this situation several times but to no avail (yet). Maybe next year at the

2. Steve Reich - Wikipedia
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Music for 18 Musicians

The Desert Music
Three Tales
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Violin Phase ( 1967 ) - teknique du phasing Drumming à Stockholm ( 2007 ) Steve Reich (au chinte) lors d'eune érprésintachon éd Drumming in 2007, à Stockholm
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Music for 18 Musicians (1976) Preumiéres euves
  • Music for String Orchestra (œuvre d'écriture dodécaphonique) Four Pieces (composition de fin d'études au Mills College) Pitch Charts (composition en partie improvisée) The Plastic Haircut , musique de film expérimental Ubu Roi (composition pour spectacle de mime) Oh Dem Watermelons , musique de film expérimental Music for Two or More Pianos
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3. Aworks :: "new" American Classical Music: Reich, Steve :: Pendulum Music
why listening to this music is interesting, important, and maybe even fun. /robert gable/
aworks :: "new" american classical music
why listening to this music is interesting, important, and maybe even fun. /robert gable/
3 posts categorized "reich, steve :: pendulum music"
Pendulum Music (1968/73). Steve Reich /the hedonic pendulum/
John Cage at then plays music by artists similar to that artist based on what other people have played and tagged. The first 10 minutes were great as I heard music by John Cage and then Olivier Messiaen Oraison But then I got on the hedonic treadmill because I started to get annoyed at the tracks that followed, even though all of them were by European 20th century composers of note Schoenberg, Ligeti, Scelsi, Bartok, and Nono. All of these are good of course but I was hoping to hear from avant-garde American composers who might nominally be contemporary peers and colleagues of Cage e.g. Morton Feldman Christian Wolff Earle Brown etc. and who had an experimental bent. As I got closer to work, finally it was Charlemagne Palestine Schlingen-Blängen a John Cage station based on music that matches the the attributes in his music. Phaedra I happen to love that album and maybe there is some connection between that and John Cage that I had never imagined. But still, not what I was expecting.

4. Steve Reich - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Reich, Steve (1974). Writings About Music. Halifax Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. pp. 78. ISBN 0919616-02-x; External links
Steve Reich
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Steve Reich in 2006 Stephen Michael “Steve” Reich (pronounced /ˈraɪʃ/ born October 3, 1936) is an American composer who pioneered the style of minimalist music . His innovations include using tape loops to create phasing patterns (examples are his early compositions, " It's Gonna Rain " and " Come Out "), and the use of simple, audible processes to explore musical concepts (for instance, " Pendulum Music " and " Four Organs "). These compositions, marked by their use of repetitive figures, slow harmonic rhythm and canons, have significantly influenced contemporary music , especially in the US. Reich's work took on a darker character in the 1980s with the introduction of historical themes as well as themes from his Jewish heritage, notably the Grammy Award -winning Different Trains Reich's style of composition influenced many other composers and musical groups. Reich has been described by The Guardian as one of "a handful of living composers who can legitimately claim to have altered the direction of musical history", and the critic Kyle Gann has said Reich " considered, by general acclamation, America's greatest living composer."

5. The Steve Reich Website
Official site. Biography, news, discography, works, articles, concerts, sound files, and Three Tales a documentary digital video.

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MO782167, Montaigne CD REICH, STEVE Different Trains, Triple Quartet, The Four Sections. Orchestre National de Lyon / David Robertson. Naive
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7. Steve Reich
Includes list of works, bibliography, and pictures.

8. Reich, Steve - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Reich, Steve
Reich, Steve (1936– ) US composer. His minimalist music employs simple patterns carefully superimposed and modified to highlight constantly changing melodies and rhythms, Steve

9. In The First Person: Steve Reich
Interview by Richard Kessler of the American Music Center.
Steve Reich Interview (7/98) Richard Kessler, Executive Director of the American Music Center, talks with Steve Reich. 1. Starting Out RK: How do you feel the music business has changed over the last thirty years? SR: Well, thirty years ago I had just returned to New York City from San Francisco. Basically, John Cage was the most important thing in town; Morton Feldman was active; The younger people were James Tenney and Phil Corner and Malcolm Goldstein , and Charles Wuorinen . At that time, the American composers were either under the "downtown" influence of John Cage or the "uptown" influence of Boulez Stockhausen Berio and company. But the sad fact is that musically, everybody was under the influence of music that was not "pulsitile," [not with a regular beat]. You can't tap your foot to either Boulez or John Cage, nor could you know where you were tonally. The idea of cadence, any sense of tonal center, melody in any sense of the word including even some Schoenberg was pretty hard to put your ear on. So I felt sort of out of it and very much alone. I had contact with Terry Riley , and LaMonte Young was active, but we weren't very close at that time. So, there was precious little outside of the individual musicians that I worked with at that time. Arthur Murphy, the pianist and composer out of

10. Reich, Steve | Reich, Steve Information | HighBeam Research - FREE Trial
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11. S T E V E R E I C H
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12. Reich, Steve - Astro-Databank, Steve Reich Horoscope, Born 3 October 1936 In Man
Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of Steve Reich born on 3 October 1936 Manhattan NY, USA,_Steve
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Jump to: navigation search Steve Reich natal chart (Placidus) natal chart English style (Equal houses) Name Reich, Steve Gender : M Birthname Reich, Stephen Michael born on 3 October 1936 at 18:21 (= 6:21 PM ) Place Manhattan NY, USA, Timezone EST h5w (is standard time) Data source BC/BR in hand Rodden Rating AA Astrology data Asc. add Steve Reich to 'my astro'
American contemporary avant-garde composer, one of the best-known exponents of minimalism in music. He graduated with honors from Cornell and drove a cab in New York while studying composition. His career as a composer began in San Francisco, 1963, when he scored the soundtracks for two underground films. A private, studious man, he progressed from being a cult figure in the lofts and galleries of Soho to the top echelon. The son of an attorney and a singer, young Steve was raised with piano lessons but his growing interest in jazz made him switch to drums when he was 14. He entered Cornell in 1953 as a philosophy major. Exposed to an eclectic range of music, he made the decision to make music his career. In 1957, Reich drove a taxicab while studying composition in New York. At Mills College in California he made a valiant effort to reconciler his personal taste with the atonal music in vogue at the time but his resistance was obvious and he soon moved into the creation of tonal music.

13. Reich Steve Sheet Music - Sheet Music Plus
Reich Steve sheet music at Sheet Music Plus. Clapping Music Variations (For Percussion Ensemble). By Glenn Kotche and Steve Reich. Steve

14. Steve Reich - IMDb
Filmography information noting his compositional and writing credits with biographical information from the Internet Movie Database.
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A Home at the End of the World (2004) Stardom (2000) The Dying Gaul (2005) Mostly Martha (2001)
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Jump to: Composer Soundtrack Writer Thanks ... Self Hide Show Composer (19 titles) Space Tourists (documentary) Great Performances (TV series) Dance in America: Beyond the Steps - Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Reich at the Roxy (TV movie) 2006/II Refuge (documentary) Betty Freeman: A Life for the Unknown (TV documentary) Sobre-rieles (documentary short) 2005/I The Dying Gaul Indecision (short) Pleasure=Love/Placer=amor (short) 2003 November (short) Hold On (short) Three Tales (documentary) Fase Window to the Universe (TV documentary) La espera (short) El aventon (short) Oh Dem Watermelons (short) King Ubu (short) Hide Show Soundtrack (6 titles) So You Think You Can Dance (TV series) Top Four Perform Banda sonora (TV series) Episode #1.12

15. Reich, Steve Definition Of Reich, Steve In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
Reich, Steve (Stephen Michael Reich), 1936–, American composer, b. New York City. A wellknown exponent of minimalism minimalism, schools of contemporary art and music, with their, Steve

16. Steve Reich - Three Tales - Opera
Explore our 450 operas, music theatre works, operettas and musicals, from popular classics to the latest contemporary operas. Use our search for soundclips, synopses, roles

17. Sinus Phase
Flash-powered illustration of an excerpt showing overlapping audio signals.
This is a sort of a re-interpretation of the famous " Violin Phase " by Steve Reich using Flash technology. The two squares represents what happens to the audio signal i.e. overlapping with a different phase. This piece does not work correctly with Flash 6 reader.

18. Steve Reich —
More on Steve Reich from Infoplease minimalism Minimalism in Music Minimalism in Music In music, the minimalist movement was, like minimal art, a reaction against a

19. Reich, Steve (Stephen Michael): Baker's Student Encyclopedia Of Music
American composer;b. N.Y., Oct. 3, 1936. Reich took piano lessons and also studied drumming with Roland Koloff, timpanist of the N.Y. Philharmonic.

20. James Wierzbicki / Steve Reich
Comments on his life and works, particularly Three Movements for Orchestra, from James Wierzbicki.
James Wierzbicki / writings Steve Reich survey of works to 1986 SINCE HE BECAME music director of the St. Louis Symphony in 1979, Leonard Slatkin has made a point of playing new music on the orchestra's visits to New York - usually something fresh from a first performance in St. Louis. Last year's New York City programs were an exception, for Slatkin used those concerts to fine-tune standard works the orchestra was about to take on its European tour. This year, as if to make up for its conservatism in 1985, the Symphony will play two new works in Carnegie Hall. Both are by major American composers and are sure to attract the attention of important East Coast critics. The April 12 New York concert will open with Joseph Schwantner's ''A Sudden Rainbow,'' an 18-minute tone-poem composed in Schwantner's third year as composer-in-residence here, and unveiled in Powell Hall Jan. 31. The April 11 concert will begin with Steve Reich's ''Three Movements for Orchestra.'' Reich's 20-minute score was completed only nine days ago and will have its first performance Thursday evening in St. Louis, at the Symphony's subscription concert. THE REICH PIECE is of unusual importance in being a ''Minimalist'' composer's first major work specifically for large orchestra.

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