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Download links and information about Phases by Steve Reich. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to genres. It contains 50 tracks with total duration of 06:10:57 minutes.

Artist: Steve Reich
Release date: 2006
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Tracks: 50
Duration: 06:10:57
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No. Title Length
1. Music for 18 Musicians: Pulses 5:26
2. Music for 18 Musicians: Section I 3:58
3. Music for 18 Musicians: Section II 5:13
4. Music for 18 Musicians: Section IIIA 3:55
5. Music for 18 Musicians: Section IIIB 3:48
6. Music for 18 Musicians: Section IV 6:36
7. Music for 18 Musicians: Section V 6:48
8. Music for 18 Musicians: Section VI 4:54
9. Music for 18 Musicians: Section VII 4:19
10. Music for 18 Musicians: Section VIII 3:34
11. Music for 18 Musicians: Section IX 5:23
12. Music for 18 Musicians: Section X 1:50
13. Music for 18 Musicians: Section XI 5:44
14. Music for 18 Musicians: Pulses 6:10
15. Different Trains - America-Before the War (movement 1) 8:58
16. Different Trains - Europe-During the War (movement 2) 7:30
17. Different Trains - After the War (movement 3) 10:30
18. Tehillim - Part I (Fast) 11:45
19. Tehillim - Part II (Fast) 6:01
20. Tehillim - Part III (Slow) 6:18
21. Tehillim - Part IV (Fast) 6:23
22. Eight Lines (Octet) (1979) 17:36
23. You Are Wherever Your Thoughts Are (featuring Los Angeles Master Chorale, Darrin McCann, Tamara Hatwan, Julie Rogers, Ralph Morrison, Lisa Edwards, Gloria Cheng, John Magnussen, Brian Pezzone, Catherine Reddish, Delores Bing, Geri Ratella, Grant Gerson, Helen Goode-Castro, James Faschia, Joan Elardo, Joel Timm, Larry Hughes, Maurice Grants, Mike Englander, Roger Lebow, Samuel Fischer, Sara Weisz, Steve Schart, Susan Reddish, Tom Raney, Vicki Ray) 13:14
24. Shiviti Hashem L'Negdi (I Place The Eternal Before Me) (featuring Los Angeles Master Chorale, Darrin McCann, Tamara Hatwan, Julie Rogers, Ralph Morrison, Lisa Edwards, Gloria Cheng, John Magnussen, Brian Pezzone, Catherine Reddish, Delores Bing, Geri Ratella, Grant Gerson, Helen Goode-Castro, James Faschia, Joan Elardo, Joel Timm, Larry Hughes, Maurice Grants, Mike Englander, Roger Lebow, Samuel Fischer, Sara Weisz, Steve Schart, Susan Reddish, Tom Raney, Vicki Ray) 4:15
25. Explanations Come To An End Somewhere (featuring Los Angeles Master Chorale, Darrin McCann, Tamara Hatwan, Julie Rogers, Ralph Morrison, Lisa Edwards, Gloria Cheng, John Magnussen, Brian Pezzone, Catherine Reddish, Delores Bing, Geri Ratella, Helen Goode-Castro, James Faschia, Joan Elardo, Joel Timm, Larry Hughes, Maurice Grants, Mike Englander, Roger Lebow, Samuel Fischer, Sara Weisz, Steve Schart, Susan Reddish, Tom Raney, Vicki Ray) 5:24
26. Ehmor M'aht, V'ahsay Harbay (Say Little And Do Much) (featuring Los Angeles Master Chorale, Darrin McCann, Tamara Hatwan, Julie Rogers, Ralph Morrison, Lisa Edwards, Gloria Cheng, John Magnussen, Brian Pezzone, Catherine Reddish, Delores Bing, Geri Ratella, Grant Gerson, Helen Goode-Castro, James Faschia, Joan Elardo, Joel Timm, Larry Hughes, Maurice Grants, Mike Englander, Roger Lebow, Samuel Fischer, Sara Weisz, Steve Schart, Susan Reddish, Tom Raney, Vicki Ray) 4:04
27. New York Counterpoint: Fast 5:03
28. New York Counterpoint: Slow 2:43
29. New York Counterpoint: Fast 3:39
30. Cello Counterpoint (featuring Maya Beiser) 11:29
31. Electric Counterpoint - Fast (movement 1) 6:50
32. Electric Counterpoint - Slow (movement 2) 3:22
33. Electric Counterpoint - Fast (movement 3) 4:39
34. Triple Quartet: First Movement (featuring David Harrington, Hank Dutt) 7:17
35. Triple Quartet: Second Movement (featuring David Harrington, Hank Dutt) 4:04
36. Triple Quartet: Third Movement (featuring David Harrington, Hank Dutt) 3:28
37. Come Out (1966) 12:58
38. Proverb 14:09
39. The Desert Music: First Movement (fast) 7:53
40. The Desert Music: Second Movement (moderate) 6:59
41. The Desert Music: Third Movement Part One (slow) 6:59
42. The Desert Music: Third Movement Part Two (moderate) 5:53
43. The Desert Music: Third Movement Part Three (slow) 5:54
44. The Desert Music: Fourth Movement (moderate) 3:35
45. The Desert Music: Fifth Movement (fast) 10:47
46. Music for Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ 16:58
47. Drumming: Part I 17:30
48. Drumming: Part II 18:10
49. Drumming: Part III 11:12
50. Drumming: Part IV 9:50

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The quintuple-length Phases is the second Nonesuch Records box set of minimalist master Steve Reich's work. Phases marked Reich's 70th birthday and documents his 1985-2005 output. But while this means that the set features such latter-day pieces as the vocal-oriented "You Are Wherever Your Thoughts Are" (part of You Are ) and the angular modernist chamber work Triple Quartet, it crucially includes later recordings of Reich's trailblazing minimalist compositions from the '70s, as well as a '60s piece featured on the 1987 collection Early Works. In this way, Phases offers an even wider overview of Reich's career than Works, letting us follow the composer from his tape-based '60s works (Come Out) through percussion-heavy '70s pieces (Drumming, 18 Musicians) to compositions like Tehillim and You Are that not only make more use of vocals but tap into Reich's Jewish cultural identity.