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Philip Glass soundtrack
List creator: Misshaped
Created on: August 27, 2004 - 5:21 PM PDT
Description: For those who appreciate Philip Glass...enjoy these movies which feature his music

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Dracula (1931)
Not Rated
  Philip Glass created a new score for this in 1999.
Beauty and the Beast (Criterion Collection) (1946)
  He composed an opera synched to the film by eliminating the original soundtrack.
Chappaqua (1966)
Not Rated
  Glass was music supervisor on this film. Look for world-renowned musician, Ravi Shankar, in this.
Suspiria (1977)
Not Rated
  Uncredited from "Music in Similar Motion"
The Qatsi Trilogy (Criterion) (Disc 1 of 3): Koyaanisqatsi - Life Out of Balance (1982)
Not Rated
  "A world out of balance." is probably one of Glass's most recognizable soundtracks
Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (Criterion) (1985)
  Mishima won a special award for Best Artistic Contribution at the Cannes Film Festival 1985
Hamburger Hill (20th Anniversary Edition) (1987)
  Philip Glass's swirling, hypnotic music accompanies scenes of the Vietnamese jungle, intercut with shots of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C
The Qatsi Trilogy (Criterion) (Disc 2 of 3): Powaqqatsi (1988)
  This score is performed with native, classical and electronic instruments
Anima Mundi (1991)
  This is a continuous soundtrack composed by Philip Glass based on rhythms and music from traditional ethnic music
Candyman (1992)
  Written for piano, pipe organ and chorus, this score has been called perfect for the"modern gothic tale" with it's use of rhythmic intensity and Glass switching between major and minor key harmonies
Baraka (Special Edition) (1993)
  I've heard this has a new-agey score by Michael Stearns instead of a Philip Glass score, but Glass is credited
Bent (1997)
  Bent won the 'International Critics Award' at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival
Kundun (1997)
  Glass won the Los Angeles Film Critics award for best score for Kundun, and was nominated for best score by the Golden Globes
The Truman Show (1998)
  Complementing the Glass tracks is a score by Burkhard Dallwitz, a young Australian composer based in Melbourne
The Source (1999)
Not Rated
  Ginsberg & Kerouac's meet in 1944 at Columbia University flash forward to the deaths of Ginsberg & Burroughs in 1997
The Qatsi Trilogy (Criterion) (Disc 3 of 3): Naqoyqatsi (2002)
  This Glass score features the cello work of Yo-Yo Ma
The Hours (2002)
  How could you forget The Hours?
The Fog of War (2003)
  The Fog of War reunites Glass with director Errol Morris, with whom he previously collaborated on The Thin Blue Line and A Brief History of Time.
Secret Window (2004)
  Joined by David Byrne & Brian Eno on this soundtrack
Taking Lives (2004)
Not Rated
  Angelina Jolie vehicle which included Glass on the soundtrack

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