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Andrew Imbrie

Exploring Andrew Imbrie's Masterful Symphony No. 3

Andrew Imbrie wrote about his Symphony No. 3 that:

Marilyn Perry's Discovery Of Andrew Imbrie's Musical Work Dandelion Wine

My First Encounter

I first heard Andrew Imbrie’s music, Andrew Imbrie’s Dandelion Wine in particular, during a period of time when I was studying music composition with one of his students, David Del Tredici, who is a master composer in his own right. Early one Sunday morning, after staying up all night studying and composing at my desk, I took a break to soothe my senses. At the time, my musical explorations had evolved beyond music such as the Second Viennese School: Arnold Schoenberg, Anton Webern, and Alban Berg; toward George Rochberg, Charles Wourinen, and the other abstract expressionist serial technique composers who were composing during the late 1960s and early 1970s.

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