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||The Implications of Minimalist Music and Space of Theatre in Philip Glass’s ‘Einstein on the Beach’|
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||Theatre of images
Einstein on the Beach
The study explores Philip Glass’ s minimalist music in Einstein on the Beach. The aims of this research are to examine how investigate Robert Wilson’s theatre concepts and incorporates into the work, finding his influence on Glass.
The thesis consists of three chapters, an introduction and a conclusion. Chapter one provides a summary of Glass’ s biography in his creative career. The next chapter focuses on the contents of Einstein on the Beach, includes its background, texts, form, roles, music and judgment. This chapter will also discuss Wilson’s theatrical concept and creative expression. The third chapter explores how Glass implicates of minimalist music and space of theatre in Einstein on the Beach. The conclusion summarizes the findings of the study.
||Kuang-Yi Ying - chair|
Shun-mei Tsai - co-chair
Koay Kheng Keow - advisor
Indicate in-campus at 5 year and off-campus access at 5 year.|
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