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Fred Lonberg-Holm, Malcolm Goldstein

Missa Amissa (Tape)

Label: Notice Recordings

Format: Tape

Genre: Experimental

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*In process of stocking. Edition of 100.* Malcolm Goldstein has long been an admired figure for Notice Recordings; such albums Soundings and The Seasons: Vermont were foundational for our early forays into contemporary music. It is with great honor, then, that we present a document of a 2003 live improvised duo set with Fred Lonberg-Holm recorded at 3030 in Chicago. With ample room-tone, sounds of people shuffling into place, atmospheric sounds from the occasional interior/exterior crossover, Lonberg-Holm’s cello and Goldstein’s violin and occasional voice weave throughout the air, assuming various densities and opacities. The sounds of each instrument pierce through space and lock together, sometimes moving in unison, sometimes in discord, falling into moiré, then rising back to alignment. 

Details
Cat. number: NTR074
Year: 2022
Notes:

Recorded by unknown at 3030 Chicago, Feb 27, 2003
Mastered by Gordon Comstock, 2022

Artwork by E. Lindorff-Ellery
Printed by Small Fires Press, N.O., LA