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Music in Twelve Parts Parts 1&2

Record
1974 (published)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

12" long-playing record 'Music in Twelve Parts Parts 1&2' recorded by Philip Glass for Virgin Records Ltd. The centre labels feature a variation of Roger Dean's original logo for Virgin Records, a young nude girl transformed into 'conjoined twins' by a vertical line of reflective symmetry.


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Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Vinyl record with offset lithograph print paper labels
Brief Description
12" long-playing record 'Music in Twelve Parts Parts 1&2' recorded by Philip Glass for Virgin Records Ltd., featuring a variation of Roger Dean's original logo for Virgin Records. Great Britain, 1974.
Physical Description
12" long-playing record 'Music in Twelve Parts Parts 1&2' recorded by Philip Glass for Virgin Records Ltd. The centre labels feature a variation of Roger Dean's original logo for Virgin Records, a young nude girl transformed into 'conjoined twins' by a vertical line of reflective symmetry.
Dimensions
  • Approx diameter: 12in
Marks and Inscriptions
Centre labels lettered with musician's name, titles, credits etc.
Credit line
Given by Kevin Edge
Subjects depicted
Associated Objects
Collection
Accession Number
E.1808-1990

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