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American composer William Hawley's music has been heard in London, Tokyo, Paris, New York, the Netherlands, Berlin, Darmstadt, Munich, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Minneapolis, and other cities in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. A longtime Manhattanite, he now makes his home on the coast of Maine with his wife, Jyoti.

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1. Identity
2. Virgin of Guadalupe
3. Sun Stone
4. In Paradisum by William Hawley
5. Magnificat by Frank Ferko
6. Mundi Renovatio by Gyorgy Orban
7. Celia by William Hawley
8. We
9. In the moonless, lampless dark
10. You are still new, my love
11. Words must be said
12. I still must turn
13. Because you're not what I would have you be

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The award-winning South Bend Chamber Singers present a disc of new choral music, most heard for the first time on compact disc. Features the world premiere recordings of William Hawley's Celia and In Paradisum, Frank Ferko's Magnificat, and Libby Larsen's choral cycle on poems of Madeleine L'Engel accompanied by the Chester String Quartet.


Here is a stimulating assortment of works by five highly regarded contemporary composers skillfully realized by an outstanding American choir. --Lindsay Koob, American Record Guide, July/August 2004

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