Symphony for the glass performed in the New Arts Club in London.
Various shots of a part of hour long Symphony of Glass played on various pieces of glass hanging around and lying on floor at the New Arts Club in London. We see the composer Anna Lockwood assisted by Harvey Matuson and John Jordan moving around hanging glass and occasionally smashing them. The symphony is composed of the different sounds produced from glass. They use up to 538 different pieces, ranging from neon tubes to smashing plate glass over cymbals, milk bottles are also used.
Date found in the old record - 25/01/1967.