Thu 26 March 2015, The Independent

Words Without Music by Philip Glass, book review: Songs in the key of modern life

By Boyd Tonkin
When Philip Glass made ends meet behind the wheel of a New York taxi in the mid-1970s, "drivers were regularly getting killed". He had a few scary encounters himself. However, one day the young composer had that Salvador Dali in the back of his cab: "moustache pointing straight up –...
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