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"Heroes" Symphony is a symphony (also known as Symphony No. 4 "Heroes") composed by American composer Philip Glass in 1996 based on the album "Heroes" by David Bowie. Glass based his earlier Low Symphony on the David Bowie album Low.
The symphony is in 6 movements:
|Symphony No. 4|
|Studio album by|
|Recorded||1996; Looking Glass Studios, NYC|
|Producer||Kurt Munkacsi, Michael Riesman|
The album "Heroes" Symphony includes only the "Heroes" Symphony performed by American Composers Orchestra directed by Michael Riesman and conducted by Dennis Russell Davies. Recorded and distributed by POINT Music record label, a joint venture of Euphorbia Productions Ltd and Philips Classics Productions. The catalog number of 454-388-2 designates Symphony No. 4 "Heroes".
- "Heroes" (5:53)
- Abdulmajid (8:53)
- Sense of Doubt (7:20)
- Sons of the Silent Age (8:18)
- Neuköln (6:41)
- V2 Schneider (6:48)
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