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Brian Wilbur Grundstrom: An Orchestral Journey

Omega Recording Studios Orchestra, Erik Ochsner

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1.1
Contentment, Poem for Orchestra
Brian Wilbur Grundstrom; Omega Recording Studios Orchestra; Erik Ochsner
11:00
1.2
Jubilation! Dance for Orchestra
Brian Wilbur Grundstrom; Omega Recording Studios Orchestra; Erik Ochsner
8:30
Suite for Chamber Orchestra  
1.3
I. Before the Fall
Brian Wilbur Grundstrom; Omega Recording Studios Orchestra; Erik Ochsner
10:24
1.4
II. Avalon
Brian Wilbur Grundstrom; Omega Recording Studios Orchestra; Erik Ochsner
12:49
1.5
III. Celebration!
Brian Wilbur Grundstrom; Omega Recording Studios Orchestra; Erik Ochsner
8:03
1.6
American Reflections for Strings & Harp
Brian Wilbur Grundstrom; Millennium Symphony; Robert Ian Winstin
14:43
1.7
Chenonceau
Brian Wilbur Grundstrom; Omega Recording Studios Orchestra; Erik Ochsner
13:26
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    78:55
American composer Brian Wilbur Grundstrom is known for his strong affinity for long melodic lines, distinctive tonal harmonic vocabulary, engaging rhythms, skillfully executed counterpoint and dramatic imagery, all of which are reflected on the five orchestral works spanning 14 years on this release. The Omega Recording Studios Orchestra creates a visionary and lyrical expedition that is quite accessible and easily travelled for the listener.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Navona Studio Masters

Tracks 1 - 5 and 7: Omega Studios Orchestra and Erik Ochsner, conductor recorded July 22 - 24, 2015 at Omega Recording Studios, in Rockville MD Session coordinator: Edward “Pete” Petersen Session producer: Andy Happel Session engineer: Jim Curtis Track 6: Millennium Orchestra and Robert Ian Winstin, conductor recorded February 20, 2010 at New Colony Theater in Portsmouth VA Session producer and engineer: Robert Ian Winstin Executive producer: Bob Lord Executive A&R: Sam Renshaw Recording session manager: Matt Konrad Audio director: Jeff LeRoy Production engineer: Nate Hunter Art and production director: Brett Picknell Graphic Design: Ryan Harrison and Emily Roulo Cover photo by LeClair Image LLC Marketing: Morgan MacLeod

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