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Todmorden 513 (World Premiere Performance)

by Markus Reuter

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Written by Markus Reuter, www.markusreuter.com
Orchestration by Thomas A. Blomster

Performed by the Colorado Chamber Orchestra, www.cochamberorchestra.org
Thomas A. Blomster, Music Director

CCO Personnel manager and Music Director assistant: Naomi Sue Smith

Assistant to Markus Reuter: Tobias Reber

Rehearsal and concert facilitators: Jaanus Damsgard, Cedric Theys
Graphic design: Ritxi Ostáriz, www.ritxiostariz.com

Deepest gratitude to Thomas, Nikki and the estate of Wes Blomster, without whom this would never have been realized.

Live recording at the King Center Concert Hall, Denver, Colorado, April 18, 2013

The world-premiere and the following studio recording process was also documented here: www.todmorden513.com

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released December 1, 2016

Binaural recording by Scott "Gusty" Christensen

Mastered by Alexander Jöchtl at Castle Mastering, www.audiobomber.com

Flute/Piccolo: Alaunde Copley-Woods, Elizabeth Sadilek, Olga Shylayeva

Oboe: Lisa Martin, Miriam Kapner

English Horn: Susanne Sawchuk

Clarinet: Mary Jungerman, April Johannesen, Michael Weaver

Bassoon: Deb Torp, Stan Scheller

Contra Bassoon: Kaori Uno

French Horn: Marian Hesse, David Brussel, John McGuire, Deb Simpson

Trumpet: Bruce Barrie

Flügelhorn: Dan Leavitt

Trombone: Paul Naslund – alto, Bill Stanley – tenor, Pete Vriesenga – bass

Tuba: Mike Allen

Harp: Don Hilsberg

Digital Organ: Noriko Tsuchiya

Violin: Alexandra Eddy – concertmaster, Giga Romero, Lionel Young, Jean Bolger, Ingrid Peoria, Lian Emmerling, Anna Maria Karacson, Susie Peek, Deborah Fuller, Steve Erickson

Viola: Katie Fouse, James Shaw, Aniel Calaban, Gyongyi Petheo

Cello: Elle Wells, Beth Rosbach, Anna Leavitt, Kari Epstein

Bass: Ron Bland, Mike Fitzmaurice

Percussion: Peter Cooper, Bob Jurkscheit, Keith Ewer, Don Roberts, Don Prorak, James Theobold

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