March 10th, 2009
Philip Glass
Outtakes from the Film

Watch outtakes from GLASS: A Portrait of Philip Glass in Twelve Parts, including performances by Maki Namekawa and Dennis Russell Davies; Michael Riesman and Kronos Quartet; Wu Man; UAKTI and The Philip Glass Ensemble.

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  • dom2

    I’m addicted to your website, even if I don’t understand a single word of it.

  • Karen Silver

    I have been an admirer of Glass for years and I’m delighted that his work is getting a close look.

  • Carolyn

    LOL – I agree with you! Philip Glass video short is a keeper though.

  • Connie Harold

    This is a lovely tone poem about Glass. The visuals, the interviews and the music truly melded together to create a moving meditation.

  • Marc Bierach

    I saw the Philip Glass documentary last nite on WGCU. Made me regret not being aware of Glass earlier in my life. He’s awesome! Great job!

  • Matthew

    Cannot watch any of these videos — no Flash Player software available for my computer. Hope PBS will offer an alternative.

  • Steven Brandt

    American Masters continues to enrich my life by expanding my awareness of great talent. Philip Glass is a prime example. He’s been all around me, but I never knew it, and I am richer now for my awakening.
    I was inspired by his profile to allow my own creativity to flow out of me, and I watch American Masters regardless of whether I know anything about the artist, or think I already do.

  • john locke

    What is the best media player?

  • E Caep

    I saw Glass at Milwaukee PC about 15 years ago. Wonderful.
    This hotel in Erfurt outtake is great – music and camera work – with tub shot included.

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  • Anonymous

    This is a menagerie of boring scenes that mean nothing. Can those ten minutes of my life back?

  • Susan Pratt

    Philip Glass was in Cincinnati this week for the premier of his work ‘Noqoyqatsi’ performed by the CSO in front of an audience at Music Hall. What a special treat! Mr. Glass walked on stage when his piece ended. The crowd was very appreciative and gave him 2 standing ovations!

    During intermission, Mr. Glass autographed cds and programs… (I got his signature and shook his hand). After the concert, I attended a meet and greet with maybe 75 others.

    I love Philip Glass and his music… what an experience!


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