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Sheet music for Matthew Malsky
Organ — Sheet Music Single — 21st Century,Baroque Period,Early Music,Contemporary Classical,Sacred
Composed by Matthew Alan Edwards. 21st Century, Baroque Period, Early Music, Contemporary Classical, Sacred. Sheet Music Single. 6 pages. Matthew Alan Edwards #No. 5. Published by Matthew Alan Edwards (S0.1625).
Piano Solo,Easy Piano — Sheet Music Single — Contemporary Classical,Etudes and Exercises,Repertoire,General Instructional,Technique Training
Composed by Matthew Alan Edwards. Contemporary Classical, Etudes and Exercises, Repertoire, General Instructional, Technique Training. Sheet Music Single. 5 pages. Matthew Alan Edwards #No. 1. Published by Matthew Alan Edwards (S0.1534).
Trombone — —
Composed by Matthew Wong. Arranged by Matthew Wong. 3 pages. Published by Matthew Wong (S0.196335).
Trombone — —
Composed by Matthew Wong. Arranged by Matthew Wong. 1 pages. Published by Matthew Wong (S0.196337).
— CD (1 disc) — Classical
By Toronto Sinfonietta; Matthew Jaskiewicz; Matthew Jaskiewicz. By Frederic Chopin; Ronald Royer; Alexander Rapoport. Country of Origin: United States. Classical. CD (1 disc). Published by Cambria Master Recordings (NX.CD1225).
— CD (1 disc) — Classical
By The Thirteeen; Matthew Robertson; Matthew Robertson. By William Cornysh, Jr.; John Farmer; Robert Fayrfax; Walter Lambe; William Mundy; Thomas Tallis; King Henry VIII V III; Thomas Weelkes. Country of Origin: United States. Classical. CD (1 disc). Published by Naxos (NX.AF1605).
Music for Brass Septet, Vol. 4 — Septura (Alan Thomas; Simon Cox; Huw Morgan; Matthew Gee; Matthew Knight; Dan West; Peter Smith)
— listening CD — Classical
By Septura (Alan Thomas; Simon Cox; Huw Morgan; Matthew Gee; Matthew Knight; Dan West; Peter Smith). By Giovanni Gabrieli; Orlande de Lassus; Giovanni Pierlugi da Palestrina; Tomas Luis de Victoria. Classical. Listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.8573526).
Piano — Softcover Audio Online — Classical
Piano With Online Audio of Performances Schirmer Performance Edit. By Matthew Edwards. By Erik Satie (1866-1925). Edited by Matthew Edwards. Schirmer Performance Editions. Classical. Softcover Audio Online. 32 pages. Published by G. Schirmer (HL.296833).
Piano — Softcover Audio Online — Classical, Classical Instruction
With Online Audio of Performance Tracks. By Matthew Edwards. By Carl Czerny (1791-1857). Edited by Matthew Edwards. Schirmer Performance Editions. Classical, Classical Instruction. Softcover Audio Online. 88 pages. Published by G. Schirmer (HL.296844).
Piano — Score,Sheet Music Single,Solo Part — 21st Century,Christian,Contemporary Christian,Sacred,Wedding
Composed by Matthew J. Pool. 21st Century, Christian, Contemporary Christian, Sacred, Wedding. Score, Sheet Music Single, Solo Part. 5 pages. Published by Matthew J. Pool (S0.4384).
Matthew Malsky’s (b. 1961) compositional style is characterized by its rhythmic vitality, dramatically crafted gestures, melodic angularity, and irony. His music has been described as economical and elegant in both its technical and intellectual rigor, and in the way cutting-edge electronics are fully integrated with live performance. Malsky’s compositions speak with intensity, seriousness and an underlying inquisitiveness about the boundaries between a complex world and a searching interior voice.
His compositions have been performed and acclaimed internationally, most recently at the Ultima Festival in Oslo, Norway, the Bytes of Art Festival @ Ylem in San Francisco, the En red 0-2000 Festival in Barcelona, the iChamber performing series at Arizona State University, national Society for Electro Acoustic Music-US conferences, the Australasian Computer Music Conference in Wellington, New Zealand, the International Computer Music Festival in Kobe, Japan, and the Bowling Green New Music and Art Festival. His virtuosic compositions for acoustic instruments with live computer processing have attracted the interest of outstanding soloists including John Bruce Yeh (Chicago Symphony), Esther Lamneck (NYU), Frank Cox (c-squared), and Patti Monson (Sequitur). His second string quartet, Lacan, was premiered by the Penderecki String Quartet in the winter of 2007.
He has studied composition with Conrad Pope, Harold Shapero, Ralph Shapey, Shulamit Ran and Howard Sandroff. His work has been recognized with awards and grants from ASCAP, Brandeis University, Kurt Weill Gesellschaft, the Hillery Family Charitable Trust, NSF/Chicago Materials Research Center, Hultgren Solo Cello Works Biennial, American Composer’s Forum, and others.
His music is available on compact disc from Centaur Records, Bohn, and ERM Media.
As a scholar, his research examines, from a psychoanalytic perspective, the intersections of American music, technology and culture in the post-World War II period. His articles are published in the areas of ethnomusicology, cultural studies and film studies by Wesleyan University Press, the online journal Reconstructions, and University of Illinois Press. He has participated in national meetings as diverse as Feminist Theory and Music, the Music/Image in Film and Media conference at NYU, the Society of Cinema and Media Studies, the Society for Electroacoustic Music in the US (SEAMUS), the International Computer Music Conference, the International Association for the Study of Popular Music-US and the Society of American Music. Most recently he presented in Dessau, Germany at an interdisciplinary symposium organized by the Kurt Weill Gesellschaft.
Matt Malsky is an Associate Professor of Music at Clark University where he currently serves as the Chair of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts. He is Director of Publications with the Electronic Music Foundation.