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Philip Glass: Symphony No. 7 "Toltec" ()

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Philip Glass wrote his Seventh Symphony, "Toltec," in 2008, in response to a request for a piece to honor Leonard Slatkin. Glass was inspired by the work of Mexican writer Victor Sanchez exploring the culture of the Toltecs, one of the most significant pre-Hispanic civilizations of Middle America. Glass' three-movement, 35-minute score has an elemental feel, and in some ways resembles the sections of Koyaanisqatsi that dealt with Native American traditions. The program behind each of the movements concerns the inescapable ...

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Philip Glass: Symphony No. 7 "Toltec"
2010, Orange Mountain Music

UPC: 801837006124

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