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Lindsey Goodman: Returning to Heights Unseen

Parma Records

WVSO principal flutist, Lindsey Goodman, returned to the WVPB studios this week to share with us her new album "Returning to Heights Unseen: New Music for Flute". In our interview she tells us about her time recording the album at Tuff Sound Recording in Pittsburgh and her interactions with different composers. "Some composers were really hands on... and some of the composers, were like, after the first take--'Great, we're done!'" 

She also performed tracks from her album live for us. One of them, Roger Zahab's "suspicion of nakedness" was for solo flute. The other, David Stock's "A Wedding Prayer" used a recorded flute while Goodman performed the other part live. 

The album will be released on May 11th and will be available on iTunes, Amazon, and her website: www.lindseygoodman.com

Take a listen to our live interview below: 

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