(Honorable Mention, 2013 Ohio Valley Regional EMMY Awards)<br />
In 1979 Philip Glass composed a piece of music that would later be performed for the 14th Dalai Lama's first public address in New York. Because the exact time the Dalai Lama was to arrive was not certain, the piece was written for somewhat of an indefinite length of time. This music is very "glass-like" relying on repetitive structures to carry the piece along. In it we can hear something very much influenced by the music of the East as well as something very American. These collections of images and sounds are a visual representation of what could be the underlying message of the music.
2013 Alex Farren
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