Richard Moriarty: Missa Adsum! Celebrating Women; We That Wait

The American composer Richard Moriarty (born in Boston in 1946) spent his professional life as a pathologist, taking up composition upon his retirement, as a student of Adolphus Hailstork and Richard Danielpour. His deeply felt orchestral song-cycle We That Wait, using poems from the American Civil War written by women, and the expansive, exuberant Missa Adsum! Celebrating Women are both grand statements in a proud American tradition of Neo-Romanticism – accessible, direct and sincere.

Sofia Soloviy, soprano (Tracks 1–7)
Antonina Lisohorska, soprano (Tracks 8–16)
Vladislav Tlushch, baritone (Tracks 9–11, 14–16)
Ukrainian Festival Chorus (Tracks 8–16)
(Iryna Kyselchuk, director)
Ukrainian Festival Orchestra
(Marko Komonko, leader)
Theodore Kuchar, conductor

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    Brilliant! Breathtaking! Divine!

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