Theoretically I suppose, but all of his music is essentially soundtrack music, both in feel and basic approach. Of course there are, and it's worth pointing out when the combinations are unusual. But when dealing with symphonic works by symphonic composers, you're not imparting any inside information by announcing that pianos, brass and woodwinds are being used. It could be, but with classical music, this is almost always denoted in the album and/or track titles themselves (i.e. "for solo piano" or "wind concerto"). And now that you know, you still know nothing of consequence about the sound of the music. You know, kind of like my references to "Det som engang var." Too bad you couldn't be bothered to actually read (much less comprehend) what I wrote before chiming in and cluttering the thread with Engrish. No, it says that Glass is a minimalist (which anyone could find out without reference to a single review of any sort, it's as useful as telling folks that Burzum played black metal, it's a fucking given). The actual quote is, "The usual stuff is here: arpeggio versus ostinato, ostinato versus arpeggio," which is like introducing a metal album by saying "there are distorted guitars," or referencing blastbeats in an Incantation review. Sure, they're there, but you're not telling anyone anything they didn't already know. It's a space filler and nothing else. The counterpoint reference likewise; what classical composer of the last 500 years HASN'T used counterpoint? You might as well note that Glass uses chords. This doesn't tell you anything that would distinguish the sound from any other composer of the last century, it's there to ensure that the review takes up the allotted column space. The truth is that what you've managed to do is dig up a mediocre review and re-define it as normative. ALLMUSIC is noted for some of the least accurate reviews in the world (seriously, read some of their metal reviews sometime, some of them appear to be based on albums they heard from the bleed through of a fellow commuter's headphones on the 7 train during morning rush), besides which, ALLMUSIC is a consumerist buyer's guide and nothing more. These aren't serious, intellectual reviews, they're blurbs meant to advertise shit for the people that fund them.