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The Salt Lake Electric Ensemble Perform Terry Riley's In C. Matt Dixon and Patrick Munger, directors. Salt Lake Electric Ensemble, 2010./Steve Reich: Phase to Face. Eric Darmon and Franck Mallet, directors. EuroArts 3058128, 2011.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  31 October 2013

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1 McClary, Susan, Conventional Wisdom: The Content of Musical Form (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000), 139–45CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

2 Lipman, Samuel, The House of Music (Boston: David R. Godine, 1984), 4748Google Scholar; Fink, Robert, Repeating Ourselves: American Minimal Music as Cultural Practice (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005)Google Scholar.

3 For instance, in 2006, Ars Nova Copenhagen released a largely vocal performance, in which Riley supplied what he called “sacred syllables” for the singers. Terry Riley, In C, Ars Nova Copenhagen, Percurama Percussion Ensemble, Paul Hillier, conductor, Da Capo 8.226049.

4 Wlodarski, Amy, “The Testimonial Aesthetics of Different Trains,” Journal of the American Musicological Society 63/1 (2010): 99141CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

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The Salt Lake Electric Ensemble Perform Terry Riley's In C. Matt Dixon and Patrick Munger, directors. Salt Lake Electric Ensemble, 2010./Steve Reich: Phase to Face. Eric Darmon and Franck Mallet, directors. EuroArts 3058128, 2011.
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