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Malcolm Goldstein

“I still did some through-composed pieces, because Max Polikoff had his series called, I think Music in Our Time, or something like that, at the 92nd Street Y, and so I still did some through-composed pieces, but did electronic music for Arlene Rothlein, and worked with the dancers, and started improvising. This was the early 60s. And from there on, that was the end of the old music. I mean, I… Read more
“I still did some through-composed pieces, because Max Polikoff had his series called, I think Music in Our Time, or something like that, at the 92nd Street Y, and so I still did some through-composed pieces, but did electronic music for Arlene Rothlein, and worked with the dancers, and started improvising. This was the early 60s. And from there on, that was the end of the old music. I mean, I still love Machaut and I still love Beethoven, but composing that way and thinking that way, I realized that’s another culture, another time.” Read less

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