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P.S. I, too, was able to hear the live performance last year in NYC!
The "chamber" reduction has a wonderful intimacy and it is virtually impossible to find fault with such a perceptive, intellectually cogent performance.
If I could only have one version of these pieces this would be the one I would buy.
Desert Music is Reich's master work. He hasn't written such a complete piece since.Published 4 months ago by John P Eagle
I don't say that lightly. These are the best arrangements of these two pieces, and this arrangement of The Desert Music is conceptually Reich's greatest work in my opinion. Read morePublished on March 20, 2013 by W. Joness
I understand Tastes are Different however i must to admit that this so Called " music " is absolutelly Awful and Depressed. Read morePublished on March 10, 2009 by Elena Munteanu
I have the original vinyl recording of these works from the eighties. They are respectable and very respectful. Read morePublished on October 22, 2007 by Mad Dog
It seems superfluous to pile-on to all this praise, but in this case it's well deserved. I too was lucky enough to be in the audience at Miller Theatre the night these bold... Read morePublished on November 10, 2003 by Perry Townsend
Steve Reich is the greatest mainstream minimalist composer of our time.
This recording of Tehillim I think is the best one yet, & I suppose since this is the most recently... Read more
The recording of Tehillim on this CD is the best I've heard, an absolute tour de force for the instrumentalists and especially the singers. Read morePublished on December 30, 2002
I concur with the other reviewers' enthusiasm here. I first heard "Tehillim" in college 20 years ago when it was required (! Read morePublished on November 12, 2002 by Bradley P. Lehman