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Malcolm Goldstein - Sounding The New Violin flac album

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Sounding The New Violin
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Tracklist

John Cage Eight Whiskus For Solo Violin 5:21
Malcolm Goldstein Sounding The Fragility Of Line 13:23
Pauline Oliveros Portrait Of Malcolm 12:27
Ornette Coleman Trinity 12:28
Philip Corner (Gamelan) The Gold Stone 13:45
James Tenney Koan 11:59

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WN0005 Malcolm Goldstein Sounding The New Violin ‎(CD, Album) ¿What Next? Recordings WN0005 US 1991
WN0005 Malcolm Goldstein Sounding The New Violin ‎(Cass, Album) ¿What Next? Recordings WN0005 US 1991

Sounding the New Violin. As both an improvising violinist and composer, Malcolm Goldstein has worked tirelessly to promote American new music, and this selection of six pieces written especially for him by John Cage, Pauline Oliveros, Ornette Coleman, Philip Corner, James Tenney, and himself marks a significant step forward in the repertory of solo violin music. Cage's "Eight Whiskus" is an adaptation of a work written for soprano Joan La Barbara (and a meticulously notated one at that, despite its fresh, almost improvisatory feel)

Sounding the New Violin is an album of 20th-century works for solo violin by American and Canadian composers, released by the American violinist Malcolm Goldstein. The disc was originally released in 1991 by Nonsequitur/What Next Recordings, and was re-released by . The album was produced by Malcolm Goldstein and Steve Peters. Eight Whiskus by John Cage (1985). Sounding the Fragility of Line by Malcolm Goldstein (1988). Portrait of Malcolm by Pauline Oliveros (1987).

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Malcolm Goldstein (born March 27, 1936 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American-Canadian composer, violinist and improviser who has been active in the presentation of new music and dance since the early 1960s. in music composition from Columbia University in 1960, having studied with Otto Luening

Album · 1997 · 4 Songs. Configurations in Darkness (ensemble). Malcolm Goldstein, Philippe Racine, Radu Malfatti, Beat Schneider & Philippe Micol. 4. Ishi/"man waxati" Soundings.

Malcolm Goldstein's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates. Sounding the New Violin. Variations, Vol. 2/Eight Whiskus/Ryoanji. Live at Fire in the Valley.

The Malcolm Goldstein discography is far from enormous, but everything he's released, especially since the turn of the century, has been absolutely outstanding. At night in the darkness of his cabin, and the silence of the woods, when Malcolm brings out his violin and starts to play for you, you gain a deeper understanding of where his music comes from," writes Peter Garland, in a splendid essay accompanying the disc †detailed and informative liner notes are a New World speciality, and this is one.