Stacks: What I’m Reading

Words Without Music  by Philip Glass is a deep, detailed account of his artistic life, and the evolution of many well known, and well loved theater makers, composers, painters, and dancers. It’s a story of a Jewish kid growing up in Baltimore, who studies in Chicago, then at Juilliard, and later in Paris and India, and back again to New York City’s East Village where he drives a cab, raises kids, and through decades of hard work and study becomes a world renowned composer — it is a story of music and movement and the energy of New York City.


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