Morton Feldman-For Bunita Marcu

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On June 1, 2010, Nuscope released Morton Feldman's "For Bunita Marcus," performed by pianist Louis Goldstein. Frank Martin of Media Production Associates, who also engineered Goldstein's acclaimed recording of Feldman's Triadic Memories, remained behind the desk as Goldstein recorded For Bunita Marcus on a recently-acquired Steinway D at Brendle Recital Hall on the campus of Wake Forest University late last fall.

Goldstein's interpretation of Feldman's Triadic Memories is considered one of the best of all of the currently available versions. According to Grant Chu Covell at the La Folia website, "This has got to be 2000’s best piano recording. These two discs (Triadic Memories coupled with John Cage's One5) had better garner prizes and commendations throughout the industry or else Western Civilization is coming to an end. Everything comes together in this phenomenally well-recorded 2 CD set. The piano is rich and closely miked, and the piano’s tuning is superb. Louis Goldstein plays with control and delicacy."

This version of For Bunita Marcus includes an 8-page booklet with liner notes from noted Dallas-based musicologist Laurie Shulman and abstract expressionist artwork from the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth by the controversial Philip Guston, one of Morton Feldman's long-time friends.