Orange Mountain Music
How Now/Strung Out

How Now/Strung Out

OMM0093

 

Philip Glass' debut concert, New York 1968

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Symphony No.1 "Low"

Symphony No.1 "Low"

OMM0095

 

From the music of David Bowie & Brian Eno

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Galileo Galilei

A Composer's Notes: Philip Glass and the Making of an Opera

OMM5007

 

 

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Voices - for Didgeridoo & Organ

Voices - for Didgeridoo & Organ

OMM0094

 

 

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Galileo Galilei

Galileo Galilei

OMM0091

 

World premiere recording of Glass' opera about the visionary astronomer

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Raybeats

The Raybeats

OMM7008

 

The Lost Philip Glass Tracks

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Visitors

Visitors

OMM0089

 

Philip Glass' new score to the Godfrey Reggio film

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Concert of the Sixth Sun

Concert of the Sixth Sun

OMM0090

 

Concert of the Sixth Sun with Daniel Medina de la Rosa, Roberto Carillo Cocio, and Philip Glass

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Cello Concerto No.2 Naqoyqatsi

Cello Concerto No.2 "Naqoyqatsi"

OMM0087

 

Glass' Cello Concerto No.2 World Premiere Recording

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Orange Mountain Music is a record company created to serve the fans, aficionados and academics studying the music of Philip Glass. The idea for this label developed out of a project undertaken by Kurt Munkacsi, (producer of most of PG's recordings and head of Euphorbia productions) and Don Christensen to archive all the master recordings that Philip Glass has made. Over the last 40 some years Philip has produced hundreds of hours of recordings in the process of creating operas, film scores, musical theatre pieces and records. Glass has also recorded many performances of his solo, operatic, orchestral and small ensemble work. In the process of archiving all of these master recordings we have discovered a wealth of beautiful and unusual recordings and some very inspired performances which we plan to bring to the public. We also bring recordings by other artists and organizations that have collaborated with Philip Glass.

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live

An iTunes exclusive release, Philip Glass - Live in SoHo
Philip Glass with the Glass Chamber Players and Tim Fain in a live performance in Jan. 2010.