Randall Woolf

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Randall Woolf (born 23 August 1959) is an American composer. He studied at Harvard University. Woolf received Guggenheim Fellowship in 1999.[1] One of his piaces is called White Heat.[2] He is a long time collaborator of Welsh musician John Cale. He arranged Cale's score for Mary Harron's movie American Psycho. His wife Kathleen Supové is a pianist.

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  1. "John Simon Guggenheim Foundation - Randall Woolf".
  2. "Interviews with composers Melinda Wagner, Randall Woolf, Anthony Kelley". www.americancomposers.org.

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