Notes to the album "Music with Changing Parts, Nonesuch Music, 1994 "Music: Ignorant Sky". For Satyagraha, Glass worked in close collaboration with two " SoHo friends the writer Constance deJong, who provided the libretto, and the set designer Robert Israel. Critic Allan Kozinn described the symphony's chromaticism as more extreme, more fluid, and its themes and textures as continually changing, morphing without repetition, and praised the symphony's "unpredictable orchestration pointing out the "beautiful flute and harp variation in the melancholy second movement". 6 Plutonian Ode (2002) for soprano and orchestra was commissioned by the Brucknerhaus, Linz, and Carnegie Hall in celebration of Glass's sixty-fifth birthday, and developed from Glass's collaboration with Allen Ginsberg (poet, pianoGinsberg, Glass based on his poem of the same name. The festival promotes a broad range of art forms, including experimental sound, noise, dance, theatre, visual art, performance and new media.