'The music on Dance Nos. 1-5 was originally conceived as a three-way collaboration between composer Philip Glass, choreographer Lucinda Childs and artist Sol LeWitt. Dance received it's world premiere in Amsterdam on October 19, 1979 and it's New York premiere at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on November 29, 1979. Post-dating Einstein on the Beach - Glass's 1975-76 collaboration with director Robert Wilson - Dance was another Glass collaboration, this time with choreographer Lucinda Childs, known for her austere, athematically exact dances, and artist Sol LeWitt, who provided a ghostly, gigantic black- and-white film for several of the piece's five sections. The complete Dance Nos. 1-5 album is now available on vinyl for the first time in it's entirety
'The music on Dance Nos. 1-5 was originally conceived as a three-way collaboration between composer Philip Glass, choreographer Lucinda Childs and artist Sol LeWitt. Dance received it's world premiere in Amsterdam on October 19, 1979 and it's New York premiere at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on November 29, 1979. Post-dating Einstein on the Beach - Glass's 1975-76 collaboration with director Robert Wilson - Dance was another Glass collaboration, this time with choreographer Lucinda Childs, known for her austere, athematically exact dances, and artist Sol LeWitt, who provided a ghostly, gigantic black- and-white film for several of the piece's five sections. The complete Dance Nos. 1-5 album is now available on vinyl for the first time in it's entirety
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Dance Nos. 1-5 [180 Gram]
Artist: Philip Glass
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $53.99
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DISC: 1

1. Track 1
2. Dance No. 1
3. Track 3
4. Dance No. 2
5. Track 5
6. Dance No. 3
7. Track 7
8. Dance No. 4
9. Track 9
10. Dance No. 5

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'The music on Dance Nos. 1-5 was originally conceived as a three-way collaboration between composer Philip Glass, choreographer Lucinda Childs and artist Sol LeWitt. Dance received it's world premiere in Amsterdam on October 19, 1979 and it's New York premiere at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on November 29, 1979. Post-dating Einstein on the Beach - Glass's 1975-76 collaboration with director Robert Wilson - Dance was another Glass collaboration, this time with choreographer Lucinda Childs, known for her austere, athematically exact dances, and artist Sol LeWitt, who provided a ghostly, gigantic black- and-white film for several of the piece's five sections. The complete Dance Nos. 1-5 album is now available on vinyl for the first time in it's entirety