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Evelyn Glennie: Her Greatest Hits

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Download links and information about Evelyn Glennie: Her Greatest Hits by Evelyn Glennie. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Avant Garde Jazz, Avant Garde Metal genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 01:53:00 minutes.

Artist: Evelyn Glennie
Release date: 1997
Genre: Avant Garde Jazz, Avant Garde Metal
Tracks: 26
Duration: 01:53:00
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Entrances 0:11
2. Halasana (Solo for Drums and Piano) 6:50
3. Sorbet No. 1: Latin American Interlude 0:50
4. Rhythm Song (featuring Barry Wordsworth) 8:53
5. Slaughter On 10th Avenue (featuring Barry Wordsworth) 5:47
6. Sorbet No. 5: Wood and Metal Chimes 2:08
7. A Little Prayer (featuring Barry Wordsworth) 4:49
8. Eldorado (Cenas Amerindias No. 2) 4:00
9. Sorbet No. 7: Hi-Hat Playout 1:58
10. Black Key Study (featuring Barry Wordsworth) 1:38
11. Taps In Tempo (featuring Barry Wordsworth) 2:06
12. Born to Be Wild 2:16
13. Sorbet No. 4: Woodblocks and Falling Instruments 0:32
14. Light In Darkness 4:53
15. The Anvil Chorus 8:02
16. Rhapsody for Marimba, Flute Clarinet, Double Bass and Drums 9:44
17. The Swan (Le Cygne) (featuring Barry Wordsworth) 2:58
18. Sorbet No. 3: UDU Trail 1:58
19. Concerto for Solo Percussion and Chamber Orchestra: Molto Vivo 7:44
20. The Flight of the Bumble Bee (Der Hummelflug) (featuring Barry Wordsworth) 1:21
21. Sorbet No. 6: Simtak Debut 2:12
22. Marimba Spiritual (For Marimba Solo With Three Percussionists) 9:01
23. Hejre Kati (featuring Barry Wordsworth) 6:11
24. Maple Leaf Rag (featuring Ray Russell) 2:17
25. Matre's Dance 9:25
26. Czardas (featuring Barry Wordsworth) 5:16

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Her Greatest Hits is a double-disc collection that contains highlights from Evelyn Glennie's recordings for BMG Classics. Not only are her original compositions and interpretations of contemporary classical numbers featured, but so are her versions of pop songs, as well as "Osygen" and "My Spine," her two collaborations with Björk. The result is an excellent summation of Glennie's career and startling technique.