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    Quote Originally Posted by no.nine View Post
    Steve Reich - Four Organs
    Saw a live performance of this a few weeks ago. They also played Pendulum Music, Clapping Music, Piano Phase and Phase Patterns. Great concert!

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    Quote Originally Posted by helicase View Post
    Saw a live performance of this a few weeks ago. They also played Pendulum Music, Clapping Music, Piano Phase and Phase Patterns. Great concert!
    I'm jealous! Piano Phase, Phase Patterns AND Four Organs?? Wow. I'm surprised that they even still perform those early pieces, but I count them among Reich's greatest works, as well as Music for 18 Musicians, Six Pianos & Music for Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ.


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