Steve Reich: Selected Works

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Steve Reich: Sextet
This performance was given in the summer of 2010 in Halifax, Nova Scotia as part of the Scotiafest Music Festival by the McGill Graduate Percussion Ensemble with the help of Bryan Kelly and Andy Costello on pianos.

McGill Percussion Ensemble:
Aiyun Huang, Diego Espinosa, Ben Reimer, Alessandro Valiante

Pianos: Bryan Kelly, Andy Costello




Steve Reich: Mallet Quartet
Mallet Quartet by Steve Reich, performed by Amadinda Percussion Group on 36th Festival Internacional de Música de Espinho, Portugal 2010 July.




Steve Reich: Octet (Eight Lines)
Performed by Ensemble Modern
Conductor Bradley Lubman. Recorded June 28-29, 1997; released 2002.




Steve Reich: Tehillim for Voices and Ensemble (1981)

ASKOSchönberg Ensemble and Synergy Vocals directed by Clark Rundell
Muziekgebouw aan`t IJ
Amsterdam.31 March 2011




Steve Reich: Electric Guitar Phase (2001).




Steve Reich: Variations for Vibes, Pianos & Strings




Steve Reich: Four Organs

Organs:
Edwin van der Wolf
Maren Poelman
Gerwin Hoekstra
Simon Haakmeester

Maracas: Ruud Noordhof

Onderdeel van soundsofmusic in Der Aa-kerk, Groningen




Steve Reich: Proverb

Proverb is a musical composition by Steve Reich for three sopranos, two tenors, two vibraphones, and two electric organs. It is set to a text by Ludwig Wittgenstein.[1] It was written in 1995 and was originally intended for The Proms and the Utrecht Early Music Festival. It was premiered at Alice Tully Hall in New York City on February 10, 1996 by Theatre of Voices with Paul Hillier, to whom the piece is dedicated.




Steve Reich: Music For 18 Musicians



Steve Reich: Music for a Large Ensemble 1978, Full Version, performed by Steve Reich and Musicians.


Michael Tilson Thomas: Steve Reich The Desert Music for 10 (or 27) Amplified Voices and Orchestra

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