Nico Muhly on the ‘ecstatic disruption’* of Philip Glass

In today’s installment of “Friends of the Library” (FOL), composer Nico Muhly talks to the New York Times on the ‘ecstatic disruption’* of Philip Glass ‘s music.

Check out Nico’s take on “Music in 12 Parts:”

“Philip’s body of work has these forgotten gems. Finding this is like finding a door in your house to a room you never knew existed….”

Read the whole thing!

* Not to be confused with a course at Esalen…

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