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John Adams – Harmonielehre (Thomas)

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John Adams – Harmonielehre (Thomas)

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1. Part I
2. Part II: The Anfortas Wound
3. Part III: Meister Eckhard and Quackie
4. Short Ride in a Fast Machine

San Francisco Symphony
Michael Tilson Thomas – conductor

 

Of the music by the four reigning minimalists in this country (Steve Reich, Philip Glass, and Terry Riley are the others), that of John Adams is perhaps the simplest, constructed on punctuated--and percussive--chords riding above coherent melodies. This is probably why Adams has had such success with his two operas. 'Harmonielehre' is a sustained orchestral piece in three sections--triptychs framing a slow second movement of unusual somberness, given the gaiety of the opening section. Part III, called "Meister Eckhardt and Quackie", is a sprightly fairy tale of shimmering, glissando-like textures underscored by a dignified flowing melody.

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