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Blondie - Heart Of Glass (Official Music Video)

REMASTERED IN HD!
Official video of Blondie performing Heart Of Glass from the album Parallel Lines.
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#Blondie #HeartOfGlass #Remastered #Vevo
GmanLives : She's so fucking pretty in this is actually hurts to look at her.
Joseph Phua : She certainly had brought HAPPINESS to so so many on Earth.
She is so ORIGINAL & a Naturel.
LouisRaimbault2138 : This song is a masterpiece
LENA MORALES : Amo está música ..nací almfinal de los 80 pero es como si hubiese vivido esa época uuff amo esa música
aris labra : COMPLETE PACKAGE!!! i was about 6 when this song came out. And even at that young age the song's groove really hooked me! And a few years later i saw who was singing and it hooked me even more! ✌️

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Philip Glass - Metamorphosis | complete

Philip Glass - Metamorphosis (1988)
I made this record using an old amazing (one of my favorite instrument actually) Steinway \u0026 Sons model O grand piano. (Steinway officially stopped production of the Model O in 1924, but I guess this one was built around 1925-1926 according to serial number)

"Metamorphosis One" – 00:00
"Metamorphosis Two" – 06:54
"Metamorphosis Three" – 13:59
"Metamorphosis Four" – 19:09
"Metamorphosis Five" – 26:29

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Starting today, Metamorphosis are available in all major streaming services*
Listen / Love / Share: https://album.link/T6mHCbPks7X4w

"Metamorphosis", refers to and was inspired by the 1915 short story The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka. While all pieces were written in 1988, some were written for a staging of Metamorphosis, while others were for a documentary film called The Thin Blue Line directed by Errol Morris.
"Metamorphosis One" is played in an episode of Battlestar Galactica by Kara "Starbuck" Thrace. Within the narrative, her father composed and performed the piece. It is also played in the series finale of Person of Interest, Return 0. "Metamorphosis Two" formed the basis of one of the main musical themes in the film The Hours. It is also the song that the American rock band Pearl Jam uses as their introduction music to concerts.



*I prepared this release to celebrate 4 million streams of this composition in my interpretation on Youtube (a bit late though, because the number of views has grown since then). After several unlucky attempts to make this recording on different instruments and in different studios I returned to the same living room and the same piano - Steinway \u0026 Sons model O made in 1926. I can not possibly explain this, but despite all the obvious technical obstacles that stand before you while recording in a regular room, with all the uncontrolled reflections, with the old piano in poor condition which makes you suffer a lot, with all the additional vibrations, rattling strings, hammers that require voicing, with a creaking chair - it turns out to be exactly how I perceive this music. So, one piano, 2 microphones, beloved Philip Glass, and my personal story with the place where this record session took place.

#Coversart
Coversart : Starting today, Metamorphosis are available in all major streaming services
Listen / Love / Share: https://album.link/T6mHCbPks7X4w

I prepared this release to celebrate 4 million streams of this composition in my interpretation on Youtube (a bit late though, because the number of views has grown since then). After several unlucky attempts to make this recording on different instruments and in different studios I returned to the same living room and the same piano - Steinway & Sons model O made in 1926. I can not possibly explain this, but despite all the obvious technical obstacles that stand before you while recording in a regular room, with all the uncontrolled reflections, with the old piano in poor condition which makes you suffer a lot, with all the additional vibrations, rattling strings, hammers that require voicing, with a creaking chair - it turns out to be exactly how I perceive this music. So, one piano, 2 microphones, beloved Philip Glass, and my personal story with the place where this record session took place.
Victor Morgado : In 1980 I worked selling toe shoes for ballet dancers in New York City. One Saturday morning this guy comes in and asked for some shoes for his daughter's ballet class. We engaged in conversation about music and he invited me to see him play the piano the next day afternoon in a concert to raise funds for Tibet. It was in a church around the store where I worked. That is how I met Philip Glass. Ironically what impacted me when I saw him arriving on stage that Sunday afternoon, was that he was wearing old blue jeans and a working man's shirt. It was a total new way for me to be around a "classical" environment
Philonico : tout à fait exceptionnel, merci infiniment
Isaac Tarica : Hi , I m a Sonographer MD and every day I begin in my offices with this piece, my patients thanks me for the music and I thank you. Some times my work it is not about "good news"· but the music helps me to create an atmosphere of care. We need more concerts in the hospitals and less TV !!!
OhjeohjeeinReh : As someone who really loves Bach I almost want to NOT like Glass - but somehow I just don't manage. Everything "bad" about Glass is true:: repetitive and little harmonic complexity. What makes Glass interesting is the way he approaches the "lower boundary of interestingness" for music. How repetitive and how simple can music be and still be enjoyable?
There are two aspects for me: First, try to think what part of a Glass' piece you could leave out and still have something enjoyable. Almost nothing I think. In contrast - if you take a Bach piece and remove half of the variations on a theme it would still be interesting and enjoyable if arranged properly although somewhat less so than it was before. Second aspect is the fact a lot of the "action" happens in your brain and isn't explicitly written in the music. Many composers will slightly vary a theme when it's repeated to emphasize that the piece in now in a different "phase". Minimalist music, by means of repetition, lets your brain accommodate to a certain mood by repeating A all over. As you settle in with A, it begins to feel different over time. Then there is e.g. an intense part B, followed by A again. Although A is technically the same, it will FEEL different now because the imprint of B "leaves a hole" that A just doesn't really fill - even though A before B was JUST FINE. That's my take on minimalism.

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