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Mark Feldman

Mark Feldman
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United States
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Mark Feldman is an American violinist, born 17 July 1955 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He has worked extensively in both modern classical music and jazz. Not to be confused with the drummer of the same name.
Website
http://markfeldmanviolin.com
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Releases on file (6)
Marc Ribot — Songs of Resistance 1942-2018 Marc Ribot — Songs of Resistance 1942-2018
(Anti- 87604-2, 2018, CD)
John Abercrombie — The Third Quartet John Abercrombie — The Third Quartet
(ECM 1993, 2007, CD)
Mark Feldman — What Exit Mark Feldman — What Exit
(ECM 1928, 2006, CD)
John Abercrombie — Class Trip John Abercrombie — Class Trip
(ECM 1846, 2004, CD)
John Abercrombie — Cat 'n' Mouse John Abercrombie — Cat 'n' Mouse
(ECM 1770, 2002, CD)
Satoko Fujii — April Shower Satoko Fujii — April Shower
(EWE EWCC 0006, 2001, CD)

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