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Philip Corner|Pieces From the Past: By Philip Corner for the Violin of Malcolm Goldstein

Pieces From the Past: By Philip Corner for the Violin of Malcolm Goldstein

Pieces From the Past: By Philip Corner for the Violin of Malcolm Goldstein

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1
Philip Corner's Piece for Malcolm Goldstein by Elizabeth Munro
Malcolm Goldstein, violin
00:20:43

Philip Corner, Composer - Malcolm Goldstein, violin, MainArtist, FeaturedArtist

(C) 2011 Pogus (P) 2011 Pogus Productions

2
Gamelan Antipode/s with 'Piece for String Instrument #3'
Malcolm Goldstein, violin
00:18:10

Philip Corner, Composer - Malcolm Goldstein, violin, MainArtist, FeaturedArtist

(C) 2011 Pogus (P) 2011 Pogus Productions

3
Gamelan Maya
Malcolm Goldstein, violin
00:16:52

Philip Corner, Composer - Malcolm Goldstein, violin, MainArtist, FeaturedArtist - Philip Corner, piano, FeaturedArtist

(C) 2011 Pogus (P) 2011 Pogus Productions

4
The Gold Stone
Malcolm Goldstein, violin
00:13:55

Philip Corner, Composer - Malcolm Goldstein, violin, MainArtist, FeaturedArtist

(C) 2011 Pogus (P) 2011 Pogus Productions

5
Piece for String Instrument #5
Malcolm Goldstein, violin
00:03:02

Philip Corner, Composer - Malcolm Goldstein, violin, MainArtist, FeaturedArtist

(C) 2011 Pogus (P) 2011 Pogus Productions

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