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The Structures - Stan Kenton - City Of Glass

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  1. Dec 07,  · Stan Kenton, Bob Graettinger, & Pete Rugalo — rehearsing City of Glass. After a years hiatus from the recording of Graetinger’s works, both producer Lee Gilllette and Stan Kenton were able to cajole a reluctant Capitol Records management into assembling a version of the ‘Innovations Orchestra’ to record.5/5.
  2. Stan Kenton And His Orchestra - Thermopolae City Of Glass (First Movement): The Structures by Stan Kenton - Topic. City Of Glass (Second Movement "Dance Before" The Mirror).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Conducts Robert Graettinger's City Of Glass And This Modern World on Discogs/5(10).
  4. Aug 03,  · Stan Kenton - City of Glass Terry Vosbein; 4 videos; by Stan Kenton - Topic. City Of Glass (First Movement): The Structures by Stan Kenton - Topic.
  5. Early life. Stan Kenton was born on December 15, , in Wichita, Kansas; he had two sisters (Beulah and Erma Mae) born three and eight years after britpop.fivegallonbucket.netinfo parents, Floyd and Stella Kenton, had moved the family back to Colorado, then, finally in to the Greater Los Angeles Area, settling in suburban Bell, California.. Kenton attended Bell High School; his high-school yearbook picture has.
  6. Many consider "City of Glass" to be Graettinger's magnum opus; it certainly occupies its own plateau within the Kenton chronology and, for that matter, in all of modern music. Gloriously dissonant, wonderfully disorienting and beautifully bizarre, this three-movement work was realized in four sections owing to the temporal limitations of the 12 8/

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