Meet the Composer with Tim Page (1985)

Streams at 6 pm on September 6 on Q2 Music

Thursday, September 06, 2012

Philip Glass Philip Glass ({Giorgio Constantine}/flickr)

Curious what Philip Glass was like as a young composer? On this episode of Meet the Composer from 1985, Glass talks about his days as a student, and the process of breaking the mold to develop a personal sound. He also discusses changes in how his music relates to the next generation of audiences.

Each day at 6 pm during Music of Constant Change: A Philip Glass Festival, Q2 Music will be airing archival interviews from across the iconic composer's many visits to New York Public Radio. For a complete schedule of historic Philip Glass interviews, visit here.

Other episodes for this 6 pm feature include:

September 4: New, Old and Unexpected with Tim Page (1978)
September 5: Survival Kit with Leonard Lopate (2003) and Around New York with John Schaefer (1995)
September 7
: The Leonard Lopate Show (2007, 2008)
September 8
: The Leonard Lopate Show (2002) and New Sounds with John Schaefer (1985)
September 9
: Soundcheck with John Schaefer (2002)

Audio courtesy of theĀ New York Public Radio Archives.

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