William Goldstein, composer
Colloquy for Solo Trombone and Symphonic Band was composed by
William Goldstein for the United States Army Band in 1967.
Goldstein is a prolific composer, recording artist, and producer who has
scored music for film, TV and Broadway.
His concert scores have been performed from Carnegie Hall in New York to
Symphony Hall in Boston.
Originally scored for trombone and band, Colloquy for Solo Trombone and
Symphony Orchestra is a major work for trombone and orchestra that has
been recorded by such great trombonists as Joe Alessi of the New York
Philharmonic and Ron Barron of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
It has been said that Colloquy possibly represents the best example
of contemporary writing with jazz implications in the entire trombone