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Collage New Music:
Andrew Imbrie: Pilgrimage
John Stewart McLennan: Essay
IMBRIE: PILGRIMAGE/MCLENNAN: ESSAY coverFrom opposite ends of the country comes new music written for and premiered here by the renowned ensemble Collage New Music. 

Californian Imbrie's Pilgrimage calls for flute, clarinet, piano, percussion, violin, and cello.  New Englander John Stewart McLennan's Essay employs the classic instrumentation of piano and string quartet.

These two outstanding creative statements are united by the committed performances of Collage.

(Also listen to Collage New Music on The Music of Louis Gruenberg.)

"Imbrie presents us with a shining, meticulously-crafted sound mobile;  McLennan's piece is a forthright piano quintet, so idiomatic that it seems to smell of resin and paste wax." 
Steve Elman, WBUR-FM

Qty: CD Price: $12.00

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Collage New Music
Randolph Bowman, flute, alto fluteRobert Annis, B clarinet, E clarinet, bass clarinetRonan Lefkowitz, Bo Youp Hyang, violinRoberto Diaz, viola;  
Joel Moerschel, celloChristopher Oldfather, piano 
Gunther Schuller, conductor
Andrew Imbrie: Pilgrimage (1983)
1. I. Allegro con moto 10:07
2. II. Andante maestoso 12:21
3. John Stewart McLennan: Essay (1981) 21:51
Recorded on (#1-2) 11 May 1987 and (#3) 24 February 1987 at First and Second Church in Boston, Massachusetts.
Producer: Gunther Schuller
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