James Whitbourn is known for his 'boundless breadth of choral imagination' (The Observer) resulting in
compositions of brilliance and power. His extraordinary work for choir, saxophone and organ, Son of God Mass,
receives a new recording from the young voices of one of Westminster Choir College of Rider University's finest
chamber choirs under the leading American choral conductor James Jordan. It is heard alongside a collection of premiere recordings of other works associated with life and death, including the Requiem canticorum and Living Voices, a work to commemorate the dead of 9/11 with a poem by Andrew Motion.