The Guest Book

Here's the list of Philip Glass fans who came to my page. If you haven't yet signed my Guest Book, please do (it's really fun).

Dan Coombs - 12/02/00 06:29:33
My Email:dcoombs@susd.org
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Have been an avid Phil Glass fan since 1973 when I was a theory/comp student at DePaul university, Chicago. Have all the recordings that i can find including most of the LPs. Earliest concert seen - the PG Ensemble at the U of Chicago in 1973. Most recent - Sym #5 in California. Met him twice-still say he's the ONLY living composer that history books will remember in detail. Am currently a school administrator in Arizona


Arnaud Beaulieu - 10/29/00 10:07:32
My Email:nozz@club-internet.fr
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Thank you Mr. Glass for inspiration. A french fan Arnaud


Rush Wickes - 10/04/00 05:18:12
My URL:http://www.rushw.com
My Email:rush@rushw.com
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I didn't know that Philip Glass had appeared on Saturday Night Live. Interesting. The South Park appearance was a scream though. Nice site. :-)


Miloni Dhulia - 08/18/00 22:38:27
My Email:dhulia@msn.com
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I'm doing a project on you and have already found my answers! Thanks!!


robert-o - 08/15/00 09:08:48
My Email:robert-o@home,com
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That must of looked pretty stupid. So it was Rubric. So I had it all along. I thought for sure it was another song. hmm... thanks again.


robert-o - 08/15/00 09:04:34
My Email:robert-o@home.com
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excuse me, I just went further down the page and you have already awnsered one of my questions. Thank-you, thank-you, thank-you.


robert-o - 08/15/00 08:58:53
My Email:robert-o@home.com
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Yes, I'd like to know if you can point me in the right direction. I need to know the name of the album and the song he performed with on 'Saturday night live'. Sometimes they do two songs, I can't remember. It was quite awhile ago. I never would of cared or compositional/orchesteral styles of music if it wasn't for hearing this on that Saturday night. I must of been 12 years old. I think Linda Ronstadt is in the forte or somebody just like her? Singing...ah..ah..ah. No words,I think, just high ah's. I gue s. You know what I mean? It had a profound effect on me. I remember laying there on the couch half asleep and not really watching the t.v. and WHAM! that music. I now have a small collection of P.G. I almost saw him play in Vancouver on the 3rd of march/97 at the Vogue theatre but missed it. I would really appreciate it if you could tell me of any other cd's that sound like Glasspiece#1(rubric")On the Glasspieces(Choreographed by jerome Robbins) album I love it. I hope you agree with me. Amazing it is. I thank-you again. sincerely Robert-o Robert-o


Yago Amat - 07/10/00 21:06:40
My Email:amaty@prodigy.net.mx
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very nice place. congratulations.


Lovie Gooden - 05/05/00 17:58:15
My Email:butterflyy81@aol.com
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Excellent!!!!!!!!


emily - 04/20/00 23:50:49
My Email:tarantismus@yahoo.com
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You have the devotion of a contortionist. If I didn't know any better, I'd think Philip Glass was the member of a boy band. Lovely blue sky, by the way. You're survey doesn't include the "under 18" element. I, myself, am a ripe young 16 year old. I ould not fill out the survey anyway, as I am quite a novice. I saw P.G. in concert Tuesday and found it to a quite transfiguring experience. What stood out most was the first set of 10 piano etudes he played (he says he's working on another set). The s und of the piano was very lovely--fluid, panoramic. Sigh (wistfull, dreamy)... What really impressed me was how my sense of time was suspended. Other people later said the etudes lasted 40 minutes. What jerk would look at their watch? I closed my eyes for nearly the entire concert and invented some interesting contraptions and choreography in the process. The most bizarre image that sticks out is that of a bird--fat, squat and highly ornamented in crimson and indigo--swallowing small, white gooey orbs The bird's throat became a woman's throat, and the bird alighted from the woman's mouth. And then each of the little spheres rolled down, swelling as they went, to form the iridescent, pulsing, vertebrae of this woman's spine. Just weird. I was arres ed by Mr.Glass' soft-spoken demeanor, and I was rather impressed that at the age of 63 his hair is still brown. Maybe he should be in a boy band. PS. I think it would be interesting also to put a gender question on the survey.


Blair Bass - 03/01/00 22:17:25
My URL:http://www.reocities.com/blair2000blair
My Email:blair@ucky.com
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I heard a song once that really caught me. I first heard it on a telelvision show(not sure which one) and then a movie. The movie was "Babe:Pig In the City"(when she first arrived at the "animal" hotel). I asked a music teacher and he said he knew the exa t song I was talking about. He played the basic tune on the piano for me and told me it was called "Islands" by Philip Glass with the Glass Symphony. I cannot find this piece anywhere. It is a very eerie and strange piece which really got me. If anybody c n help me please do--blair@ucky.com By the way the site is Great!


j lindsay harper - 02/25/00 20:40:25
My Email:jlhmav@aol.com
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nice page understatement wot can you say about glass except misunderstood have you heard that violin thing ??????????????


DeWayne Williams, jr. - 01/30/00 01:00:14
My Email:artyboy64@hotmail.com
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Who ever you are this web site is the BEST by far.I am an art student at Memphis College of Art. My frist time hearing Glass music was at my modern dance class and ever since then I became a fan. It is so wonderful that we ,the fans of Phillip Glass, have the prestigious honor to lived in the same time era of one the greatest composers ever.


Torrance Bell - 12/23/99 10:52:00
My URL:http://members.xoom.com/Lrd_shadow
My Email:starlite528@hotmail.com
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I like your website. I got some autographs in my Einstein on the Beach book from the PG ensemble when I went to see Monsters of Grace. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to get PG's.


AJR - 12/21/99 15:14:26
My URL:http://www.xgm.de/utelemper
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Very nice site! I must confess I recognized the name Glass for the first time this year at an Ute Lemper concert. She was singing a song specially written for her by him called "Streets of Berlin". I really liked it a lot. It will be included to the new Ute Lemper album "Punishing Kiss"! I will surely keep my eyes open for works of Glass and through this site I got some interesting infos. AJR


Mark Grebner - 12/11/99 07:24:45
My Email:Mark@Grebner.com
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HENRY - 11/16/99 00:35:40
My Email:HENRYCRISIUM@HOTMAIL.COM
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I LIKE YOUR WEB. I HOPE IT GROWS MORE. I'AM LOOKING FOR THE CANDYMAN SOUNDTRACK I TO KNOWE IF YOU HAVE IT. HAVE A GOOD DAY


- 07/20/99 02:16:28
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Jim McGonigal - 06/18/99 22:15:02
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I forgot to share my experience of Philip Glass live. I was fortunate enough to be in the Irvine CA area two years ago when I noticed that he was doing a solo piano performance on the UCI campus. I went along to the Mann auditorium - very small theatre, a d had a great time. Really gracious and modest guy.


Jim McGonigal - 06/18/99 22:09:50
My URL:http://welcome.to/bernstein
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I also really appreciate Glass' music. I just find it so great that tonal composers are back where they deserve to be critically and acclaimed by the punters. At the moment 'Heroes' is on my car stereo almost non-stop. Cheers, Jim.


FRANCKY LA MOUCHE - 03/17/99 17:52:58
My URL:http://www.reocities.com/Paris/LeftBank/6028/
My Email:franckanglade@reocities.com
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Very Nice Page. I feel much more comfortable now that i know i am not the ONLY fan of P.G... I have almost all his records (Yes !!!!) and this guy changed my life with his music. Believe it or not : 97% of my discography (More than 350 CD's)is without any lyrics !! Visit my site with the Flash Plugin... You'll see.


David Dick - 01/29/99 03:26:30
My Email:mechuma1@aol.com
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While listening to the music from The Truman Show, I knew instantly I liked it, and that it had a familiar quality. Imagine my surprise when I found out it was Philip Glass, my favourite composer for more than a while. (I have tried to find Powaqaatski but have so far been unable to -- maybe if I had, it wouldn't have been such a shock.) A few months ago, I searched high and low for a site that had concert listings, but couldn't find one. Thanks! I now plan to see his Toronto performance in April.


Clara Beard - 01/22/99 07:11:14
My Email:beard2@marshall.edu
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I am a student at Marshall University in Huntington, WV. I am searching for "A Descent into the Maelstrom" and cannot find anything substantial. I would appreciate it if you could send me any information about where I could obtain a recording or, even b tter, a video. Thank you.


Jim Walter. - 01/17/99 18:06:18
My Email:The_Architect@Worldnet.ATT.net
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Great page. Glass is the Mozart of our age.


Keith McElroy - 01/13/99 05:18:54
My Email:Moondog_7@Yahoo.com
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Nice site. I am desperatly seeking out Koyannisquatsi on vhs. Its what turned me on to Glass.If u can let me know where I can get it let me know. My prize in my Glass collection is a original restored farfisa organ(67ish)signed by Glass and ensemble. It w s signed during the La Belle tour atGMU concert. I hung out in the dressing room with the ensemble(I swear!) and met Philip before and after the concert.I had got the organ for 200 bucks. I just brought the top to the concert and left it backstage and bel eve it or not they all signed it. Martin Goldray said it belonged in a museum.Get in touch if u like


Keith McElroy - 01/13/99 05:06:10
My Email:Moondog_7@Yahho.com
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Nice site. I am desperatly seeking out Koyannisquatsi on vhs. Its what turned me on to Glass.If u can let me know where I can get it let me know. My prize in my Glass collection is a original restored farfisa organ(67ish)signed by Glass and ensemble. It w s signed during the La Belle tour atGMU concert. I hung out in the dressing room with the ensemble(I swear!) and met Philip before and after the concert.I had got the organ for 200 bucks. I just brought the top to the concert and left it backstage and bel eve it or not they all signed it. Martin Goldray said it belonged in a museum.Get in touch if u like


Tim Bresett - 12/18/98 19:03:14
My Email:baldeagle929@yahoo.com
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Just wanted to pass on to all that "Monsters of Grace" is a remarkable experience. I had the opportunity to attend the opera at The Brooklyn Academy of Music on 12/17/98 and found the work to be one of Glass' best. Hope everyone will have a chance to se it!


Steve Schindler - 11/25/98 01:30:16
My Email:glassfan@yahoo.com
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Glass rules forever!! How could I get a copy of the Saturday Night Live appearance of Glass from '86? I would prefer a high quality copy of the whole program, not just the parts Glass was on.


holly dakin - 11/23/98 17:53:31
My URL:http://hollydaklin@hotmail.com
My Email:hollydakin@hotmail.com
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How do you order Koyaanisqatsi VHS? Thanks!


Larry Neylon - 11/21/98 14:00:36
My Email:LNeylon@dial.pipex.com
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Thanks for the site. Does anybody know where I might get a copy of Solo Piano on vinyl ? Thanks.


Mike Coers - 11/16/98 19:32:42
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I am trying to find score to " Us and Them " the works of Pink Floyd produced by philip glass peformed by the london symphony. I need to rent the orchestral score a.s.a.p. pnone at Percussion LTD 815 464 6697 fax 6698.


Antonio Della Marina - 11/05/98 03:32:07
My Email:piccolotignoso@hotmail.com
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Great! I'm trying to write a thesi about the poetical aspects of soundtracks written by P G. I'm looking for articles or else in which THE AUTHOR explain these concepts. Can you help me? I know that there are a lot of writings about Glass's operas, but not so for the movies. Can you find something in your BIG collection? I thank you 'till now. Toni. (an italian student)


carolyn kerr - 10/25/98 17:12:27
My Email:cmichaelskerr@hotmai.com
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Hi I am looking for sheet music (piano) for "Opening" ,the first piece on the cd Glassworks. Any information you may have would be most welcome. Thanks! Carolyn


Kristina - 10/15/98 19:01:25
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I think it is absolutely fabulous to have this web site!! You've done a wonderful job. Last year I had a chance to hear Philip Glass in concert and it changed my life.


Dr. Jane Susanna ENNIS - 10/11/98 11:39:27
My URL:http://www.reocities.com/Vienna/9957/intro.html
My Email:hss01je@gold.ac.uk
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Hi, wonderful to have found your page! I have bookmarked it, I don't yet know much about Glass so this is a great opportunity to learn about him.


John Barnas - 10/03/98 04:12:48
My Email:barnasm@marietta.edu
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Thanks for your effort in keeping this site up.


Lewis Pulsipher - 08/18/98 18:46:22
My Email:puls@mindspring.com
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Very informative, thanks.


Thomas Lawrence Toscano - 07/15/98 01:44:28
My URL:http://www.gvpo.org
My Email:tlt@gvpo.org
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Congratulations! I have put you as our Philip Glass link..on our Orchestra's page..Greenwich Village Philharmonic, Philip is President of our Advisory Council...yours was the most representative ...Hope you can attend one of our concerts some time. Thanks again, Thomas


peter bowes - 07/10/98 01:34:26
My Email:peter.bowes@infores.com.au
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Phillip Glass is surprisingly popular in Australia, however it is hard to find a stockist of his works let alone a current newssheet that gives an indication of what is in the making. Many thanks. One of the great pleasures of life is to find an unexpected new release on the shelf - however I am sure that you know this well.


karen darrough - 06/24/98 21:51:13
My Email:KDarro3392@aol.cm
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Whoever you are this is a great site. Really impressive. I guess one could say I am a new fan as a result of exposure to Glass on Truman Show soundtrack and now looking for info. Was familiar with early stuff, Shankir et el, but nothing recent till now Thanks again...


Stephen Pierce - 06/22/98 21:48:11
My Email:rwpierce@aol.com
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You did an excellent job providing original material on Mr. Glass's works. Any idea of how to get a list of which songs are going to be included on his 10 CD set?


Kerrie Hurst - 06/04/98 13:32:57
My Email:ehu97kh2@reading.ac.uk
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Nicolas Cline - 04/29/98 02:08:49
My Email:nemon59yahoo.com
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This page is probably one of the most comprehensive pages i've seen yet. It has many little things that so many other pages don't. I have been a fan of Glass music since seeing a dance company perform to "Facades." After hearing music in Twelve Parts and thers such as "Einstein..." my ideas of music were forever changed.


Hovan Tajerian - 04/21/98 18:22:35
My Email:hht46498@csun1.csun.edu
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Impressive website. I would like to know where i can possibly find a copy of "Eistein on the Beach" on video (if there is one available).


phreak - 04/13/98 01:01:13
My Email:sykoze@hotmail.com
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Hey I think your website is awesome.


phreak - 04/13/98 00:58:52
My Email:sykoze@hotmail.com
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you should get some mp3's. that way, more people would visit it. If you dont know what mp3's are, visit www.winamp.com and learn. Otherwise, get some. Thank you.


Craig Haug - 04/04/98 14:57:24
My Email:cebikist@mediaone.net
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Where is the best place to obtain Glass CD's?


Manny - 04/04/98 04:01:17
My Email:laurmann@att.net
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Enjoyed your Philip Glass site. I am interested in finding a video of his 1988 film Pawaqqatsi. I saw the film when it first came out and would like to see it again. Any idea where I could purchase a video of this film?


Kenn - 03/19/98 09:01:27
My Email:kleong@fl.net.au
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Hi. I love your page


GPW - 03/19/98 04:22:27
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Excellent - up-to-date. I'm impressed. Will visit this site regularly. !!


radiocitizen - 03/15/98 05:33:49
My URL:http://www.reocities.com/Area51/Vault/1381
My Email:radiocitizen@reocities.com
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Great site!I've been a big fan since Koyaanisqatsi...keep up the good work...come visit my site, the home of the Brian Eno Webring...seeya!


Thor Maillet - 02/19/98 18:13:50
My URL:http://www.reocities.com/SouthBeach/Boardwalk/1998
My Email:artbear@bu.edu
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Just checked out the page again...I really love it. It has much personality, which a lot of pages lack and you can tell that you're really into Glass! Thanks again!


Jody A. Ebnet - 02/02/98 03:16:44
My Email:alanjebnet@prodigy.net
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It is a pleasure knowing that your music is getting more exposure thanks to the media. I have been a devoted Glass listener since my college days in the late 1980's and I would like more information as to your concert schedule during the next few years.


Michael Barton - 01/30/98 18:44:52
My Email:MichBarton@aol.com
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Jonathan Goffin - 01/24/98 21:36:14
My Email:Jonathan.Goffin@equitable.com
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I thought your description of your encounter with Philip Glass was so funny. I laughed out loud. especially with the "that should be great" (re:Cocteau) I once encountered him on the R train in NYC. I was so bloody thrilled, but I tried to keep my coo . When he stood up to leave, I asked him: "Excuse me, are you Philip Glass?" He replied yes and I said, Sitting down: " I just want to say that I've seen Koyaanisqatsi 12 times, I have a lot of your music and I want to say thank you. He smiled at me, sai thank you and left the train. I was in no way embarassed by the fact that a bunch of people watched this encounter and I felt so privileged and thankful that I had the opportunity to personally thank this great man. By the way, I listened to Metamorphis 2 and I thought you did a really good job. You've probably got his Solo Piani album. Sounds wonderful on a grand. Thanks for the website, Jonathan.


Rene Gomez - 01/22/98 01:24:28
My Email:gomez@library.uta.edu
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HELP!!! I am looking for the printed score of "In the Upper Room" and "Einstein on the Beach". If anybody has any information please e-mail me. PHIL ROCKS


Hans Åkerhjelm - 12/28/97 15:18:44
My Email:hans.akerhjelm@malmo.mail.telia.com
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Thanks for a nice site. Does anybody have the score for the "Low" Symphony? I´m writing an essay on it and would be grateful for a mail where I can get it.


Steve - 12/08/97 09:03:15
My Email:sjhennub@aol.com
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Nice mission statement, good luck with it. Funny to find your midi files just now because earlier this evening I recorded Solo Piano for my father-in law to send him for christmas. Small world.


Clive Chamberlain - 12/04/97 20:20:52
My Email:accentelectronics@msn.com
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P.G is my favourite contemporary composer. I have about 25 of his cds including the operas Einstein, Satyagraha, La Belle et le Bete and my most prized, AKHNATEN.


Rene Gomez - 11/26/97 14:31:54
My Email:gomez@library.uta.edu
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Help! I am searching for a couple of Glass related things. 1)I am looking for the music for Twyla Tharp's ballet "In the Upper Rooom" 2)I am also looking for the video "In the Upper Room". Your help will be greatly appreciated.


Thor Maillet - 11/21/97 02:46:51
My URL:http://www.reocities.com/SouthBeach/Boardwalk/1998
My Email:artbear@bu.edu
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I love Philip Glass!!! That's all I have to say. he is a god. He is the nicest guy too...the best music ever! This is the music you hear when you go to heaven.


Jonathan Polansky - 11/19/97 06:47:31
My Email:JonathanBlue@msn.com
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i'm going to both nights at the concert in nyc at avery fisher hall...i'm writing a paper of sorts on the evenings, if you'd like i'll send you a copy. i asked for a press pack on the event as well but i'm not holding my breath!:) oh and don't worry i'm not some crotchety old man either.>:) i'm 23 mfa creative writing student at CUNY brooklyn..:) --jonathan


Fred Pickering - 11/18/97 23:15:14
My URL:http://www.aftrs.edu.au
My Email:fred.pickering@syd.aftrs.edu.au
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I like Glass! What more can I say!


Marco DuBose - 11/17/97 03:28:13
My Email:mdubose@earthlink.net
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I really like the Metamophosis midi. I've been listening to the piano work because Infants reminded me of it. The sete is great. Keep it up. Marco


syprian harvey - 11/17/97 02:10:17
My Email:syprian@a-o.com
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thanks for yr time and energy in creating this site!


Adam Dickerson - 11/08/97 04:34:25
My URL:http://www.baylor.edu/~Adam_Dickerson/Welcome.html
My Email:ApostleTX@aol.com
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I would just like to say that you've done a supurb job with this website. I hope to see more live recordings in the future. I would also like everyone to know that this is my fraternal-twin brothers site. Let him know what an AWESOME job he has done! Keep up the great work Jeff. I love you brother. Sincerely, Adam


Tony Klesert - 11/07/97 13:18:47
My Email:cklesert@cnetco.com
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Love PG, and so do my sons (17 & 14). Am trying to find a listing of concert tours. Does such exist?


Simon Stock - 11/03/97 18:04:00
My Email:musictrack@compuserve.com
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It's weird that when I first came across PG's music it was hardly known at all - especially here in the UK. Now you can hardly turn on the TV without hearing it. For me, hearing the first 30 seconds of "Einstein" changed my musical outlook for ever.


Gregg Williams - 11/03/97 08:57:54
My Email:williams@ign.com.au
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Very informative and it's great to get up-to-date information on this very special composer. Looking forward to hearing the upcoming releases. Keep up the good work.


Connor Coyne - 10/31/97 17:22:48
My Email:crcoyne@midway.uchicago.edu
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