Chris Garlick reviews of the Philip Glass Ensemble performing Music in Twelve Parts at Royal Festival Hall: a superhuman demonstration of. since featuring Music in Similar Motion, Façades featuring Jon Gibson, Building from Einstein on the Beach, excerpts from Music in Twelve Parts. The Philip Glass Ensemble: A Retrospective. Philip Glass Ensemble. Release Date: 17th May ; Catalogue No: OMM; Label: Orange Mountain. The Philip Glass Ensemble tours regularly with Music in Twelve Parts, Koyaanisqatsi, Powaqqatsi, La Belle et la Bête, and Dracula. For the first time, this four disc boxed set contains a recording of the entire work unabridged performed by the Philip Glass Ensemble with the composer on. Composer Philip Glass is one of the recipients of the In the new-music world, some hail his masterpiece as “Music in 12 Parts,” the. Composed over the course of three years and typically stretching well over three hours, Philip Glass's Music In 12 Parts remains the most. Philip Glass Ensemble Performs Music In Twelve Parts At Town Hall article by Peter Jurew, published on November 3, at All About Jazz. Salvaged and slightly rescored, it was slated for a series of performances this past spring by the Philip Glass Ensemble before the coronavirus. Autores: Philip Glass, The Philip Glass Ensemble, Richard Peck, Andrew Sterman, Mick Rossi, Jon Gibson, Lisa Bielawa, Michael Riesman Editor: Orange.