Steve Reich: Phases: A Nonesuch Retrospective (Nonesuch)

There are few who can touch Steve Reich for the accolade of greatest living composer.

4th November, 2006

There are few who can touch Steve Reich for the accolade of greatest living composer. The New Yorker, who turned 70 last month, is celebrated with this five-disc boxed set which compiles the cream of his work for Nonesuch.

And what a body of work it is. Pride of place is given to Reich’s masterpiece, the 71-minute waterfall of sound that is Music For 18 Musicians, alongside Different Trains, his tone poem about the Holocaust, with...

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