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I didn't exactly plan it but this week I shuffled my Alter Ego MP3 of Music in Similar Motion, I clicked on my ten cent purchased stream in lala, and then tonight counterstream radio programmed it (before the Joan Tower 70th birthday concert).
Music in Similar Motion is a forerunner of later Philip Glass but could represent the apex of his career -- marginally more sophisticated and colorful than the earlier, primitive stuff but not yet banal. Ok, that's hyperbole for "I really like this piece."
Each figure should be repeated an indefinite number of times. The leader of the ensemble should, at his or her discretion, nod once, indicating that the ensemble should repeat the figure twice more before proceeding. Exceptions to this are indicated, and last until the next indication.
Speaking of repetition and to borrow a line from comedian George Carlin, if counterstream radio had a "repeat this track" button, I'd never leave the house...