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Carolin Widmann: Morton Feldman: Violin and Orchestra

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The innovative composer Morton Feldman is known for his experimental approach and his unique, signature sound that borders on the surreal. His contemplative pieces of floating sonic textures became more continuous and longer as he devoted himself to music full-time in the mid 1970's. Violin and Orchestra is one of his shorter works from the period clocking under an hour. As with most of his output, this is not a traditional concerto, where an orchestra supports a soloist. It is ...


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