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Stephen V Funk

Interesting... I personally think the more Glass tries to "escape" his own processes, the less interseting the music becomes...

Here's a link to my own review of Plutonian Ode. Cheers!

http://serenadeingreen.blogspot.com/2006/02/first-listen-philip-glass-symphony-no.html

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