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Condition: New, UPC: 0904049091220, Publication Date: 08/17/1999, Type: COMPACT DISC, Style: CLASSICAL/ORCHESTRAL & SYMPHONIC,
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1. Requiem And Kyrie
2. To The Evening Star
3. Dies Irae
4. Prayer
5. Offertory
6. Death Be Not Proud And Conclusion
Piano Concerto No. 3
1. Allegro
2. Lento
3. Presto


Total Time: 69:47

Requiem was commissioned by the San Francisco Symphony. Requiem was recorded at The Hit Factory, Studio 1, New York City, on January 30-31, 1998. Requiem is published by Malcolm Music, A Division of Shawnee Press, Inc. (BMI)

Piano Concerto No. 3 was commissioned by the Riverside Symphony with funding from the New York State Council on the Arts. Piano Concerto No. 3 was recorded at SUNY/Purchase, Theater A, April 25, 1993. Piano Concerto No. 3 is published by Malcolm Music, A Division of Shawnee Press, Inc. (BMI)

Major support for this recording was provided by the Edward T. Cone Foundation, the Aaron Copland Fund for Music, William Carlin and George Hutzler.

Back sleeve art: Richard Diebenkorn, "Untitled (Berkeley)" 1954; private collection © The Estate of Richard Diebenkorn; courtesy of Lawrence Rubin•Greenberg Van Doren•Fine Art

Special thanks to Mrs. Phyllis Diebenkorn; Dorsey Waxter of Lawrence Rubin•Greenberg Van Doren•Fine Art; Robert Besen, Managing Director, Riverside Symphony

℗ and © 1999 Bridge Records Inc.
Made in Canada

CD comes packaged in a clear plastic jewel case, and includes a 28-page booklet commenting on the works, providing lyrics, and giving information on artists.


Co-producer [Production Assistance], Edited By – Jeanne Velonis (tracks: 1 to 6), Silas Brown (tracks: 7 to 9)
Composed By – Andrew Imbrie
Creative Director [Project Director] – Anthony Korf
Engineer – Adam Abeshouse (tracks: 7 to 9), Glen Marchese (tracks: 1 to 6)
Engineer [Assistant Engineer] – Greg Thompson (tracks: 1 to 6), Jason Groucott
Executive-Producer – Becky Starobin, David Starobin
Graphic Design – Immaculate Concepts, Peter Ciccone,
Mastered By – Adam Abeshouse
Painting [Untitled Berkeley)] – Richard Diebenkorn
Photography By [Cover Photo Of Andrew Imbrie] – Riverside Symphony
Photography By [Photo Of Alan Feinberg] – Josef Astor
Photography By [Photo Of George Rothman], Photography By [Photo Of George Rothman, Andrew Imbrie & Anthony Korf] – Adam Cohen (3)
Photography By [Photo Of Harold Rosenbaum] – Santi Visalli
Photography By [Photo Of John Imbrie (1980)] – Andrew Imbrie
Photography By [Photo Of Lisa Saffer] – Carol Rosegg
Producer – Adam Abeshouse (tracks: 7 to 9), Judith Sherman (tracks: 1 to 6)
Producer [Assistant] – Paul Cesarczyk
Promotion [Webmaster] – Robert Starobin


Phonographic Copyright (p) – Bridge Records, Inc.
Copyright (c) – Bridge Records, Inc.
Pressed By – Americ Disc
Published By – Malcolm Music, Inc.
Recorded At – The Hit Factory
Recorded At – State University of New York at Purchase, Performing Arts Center

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