American avant-garde violinist, improviser, and composer Malcolm Goldstein continues to be exploring the sounds feasible using the violin because the early ’60s, when he, Philip Part, and Wayne Tenney founded the Firmness Roads Ensemble. Furthermore to getting commissions for his personal work from several arts councils and vocalists, additional composers (including John Cage, Christian Wolff, and Ornette Coleman) possess written works designed for Goldstein. He offers performed around Europe and THE UNITED STATES, in groups, single, along with dance troupes. Recordings of Goldstein’s music (including his 1997 single performance in the Fire within the Valley event) finally began becoming more easily available through the ’90s.
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|Never a Foot Too Far, Even||2012||Short|
|Trees of Syntax, Leaves of Axis||2009||Short|
|All That Rises||2007||Short|
|Momma's Man||2008||performer: "My Feet are Tired But My Soul is Rested" / writer: "My Feet are Tired But My Soul is Rested"|
|Paul-André Fortier||2012||Short music performer|
|Paul-André Fortier||2012||Short assistant choreographer|
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