IE (for large ensemble)

by Scott Rosenberg

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Hums 17:44
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Requiesence 18:11

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released January 10, 2020

Originally released 1997

Violin: John Ettinger, Jim Hearon, Patti Liu, Jenny Shineman, Tom Swafford
Viola: Cheryl Leonard
Violoncello: Daniella Degrutolla
Contrabass: Morgan Guberman, Damon Smith
Guitar: Thomas Day, John Shiurba
Bb Clarinet: Matt Ingalls, Jacob Lindsey
Eb Clarinet: Fran Holland
Bass Clarinet: Tim White
Contrabass Clarinet: Scott Rosenberg*
Alto Saxophone: Brian Kane
Baritone Saxophone: John Ingles
Trumpet: Tom Dambly
Tuba: Joe Sabella
Accordion: Mark Wyman
Voice: Aurora Josephson, Pamela Z
Marimba: David Brandt
Percussion: Rakesh Khanna, Gino Robair

*on Hums only

Conductor: Scott Rosenberg

Co-Conductor on Requiesence: Jason Bitner

Recorded at the First Unitarian Church of Berkeley in Kensington, CA, August 24, 1997

Produced and engineered by Dave Greenberg
Assistant engineer: Arjan McNamara
Artwork and design: Matt Rockman

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Scott Rosenberg has been performing and releasing music for over 20 years. He also performs and records under the name Scott Pinkmountain

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