Tom Johnson: An Hour for Piano

by R. Andrew Lee

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    Compact disc in elegant digipak with liner notes by S. Andrew Granade. The paper for the digipak was hand-selected from Chinese bamboo, with the ink of the finest Peruvian blue ferns. All completely eco-friendly, of course. This is a CD that you and your heirs will cherish for centuries to come (or until CDs become obsolete).

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  • Save $5 by ordering the first three CDs by pianist R. Andrew Lee. You'll receive William Duckworth's The Time Curve Preludes, Ann Southam's Soundings for a New Piano, and Tom Johnson's An Hour for Piano.

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released 30 October 2010

Executive Producers: David D. McIntire and Michelle Allen McIntire
Producers: David D. McIntire and R. Andrew Lee
Engineering and Mastering: Robert Beck
CD Design and Layout: R. Andrew Lee and Scott Unrein
Recorded on August 23, 2010 on a Steinway D
White Hall, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Special thanks to: Michelle Allen McIntire, Carrie Lee, Tom Johnson, Scott Unrein, John McIntyre, Eileen McIntire, Rachel McIntire, and Bruce Brubaker

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