Fault Lines (1998), Perry Goldstein

Fault Lines (1998), Perry Goldstein

Fault Lines (1998) was composed as a celebratory piece for Dutch saxophonist Arno Bornkamp and pianist Ivo Janssen (to whom it is dedicated) on the occasion of their fifteenth anniversary as a duo. Short (just over three minutes) and lively, the work's gestural language pays homage to bebop, the American jazz style of the latter 1940's that features continuous lines played at breakneck speed. The harmonic language derives from the blues. Read more »

Goldstein, Perry

1952 —

PERRY GOLDSTEIN (born 1952 in New York City, New York) studied at the University of Illinois, UCLA, and Columbia University, from which he was awarded a doctorate in music composition in 1986. His principal composition teachers were Herbert Brun, Chou Wen-Chung, Mario Davidovsky, Ben Johnston, and Paul Zonn. Read more »

Fault Lines (1998), Perry Goldstein

Genre: 
Sax Quartets 1978 - Present
Composer: 
Goldstein
Composer First Names: 
Perry
Composition Date: 
1998
Composed for the ASQ: 
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