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Vol. 1: This Is Not the Answer

Vol. 1: This Is Not the Answer by Awakening Orchestra buy album

Awakening Orchestra

Label: Innova Recordings
Released: 2014
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Track Listing

Disc 1: Part I: Of Conflict and Resolution. Prelude & Fanfare, "The Prophet"; Myxomatosis, "Judge, Jury and Executioner"; The Words, They Fail to Come; Alone Together; Protest; You Still Believe in Me. Disc 2: Part II: This is Not the Answer. 6 Piano Pieces, Op. 118: No. 2, Intermezzo in A Major; This Is Not the Answer: I. Overture and Evolution; This Is Not the Answer: II. Empty Promises; This Is Not the Answer: III. This Is Not the Answer; This Is Not the Answer: IV. The Hypocrite and the Hope; Murderer; Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Kyle Saulnier: composer/conductor; Rob Mosher: soprano saxophone; David Dejesus: alto saxophone; Samuel Ryder: tenor saxophone; Andrew Gutauskas: baritone saxophone; Felipe Salles: tenor, baritone saxophones; Seth Fruiterman: voice; Daniel Urness: trumpet; Seneca Black: trumpet; Nadje Noordhuis: flugelhorn, trumpet; Philip Dizack: trumpet; Michael Boscarino: trombone; Matthew Musselman: trombone; Benjamin Griffin: trombone; Max Seigel: trombone; James Shipp: vibraphone; Michael Macallister: guitar; Aaron Kotler: piano, keyboards; Joshua Paris: bass; Will Clark: drums; Nathan Hetherington: voice.


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