Whitman Settings Mark Civil War

"On Sunday, May 3rd, the Harvard Radcliffe chorus and the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, conducted by the chorus’s regular director Edward Elwyn Jones, offered a short program of two choral works to texts by Walt Whitman, the preeminent poet of the Civil War.


Edward Elwyn Jones marshaled the choral and orchestral forces, with two fine soloists, into a splendid and moving event.(Vaughan Williams’s Dona nobis pacem)"

Steven Ledbetter, Boston Music Intelligencer
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