Reginald Unterseher, composer
Nuclear Dreams

Nuclear Dreams: an Oral History of the Hanford Site

for Mezzo Soprano and Baritone solos, SATB chorus, and chamber orchestra

–Concert-length work, commissioned by the Mid-Columbia Mastersingers, Justin Raffa, Conductor

–Premiered inside the B Reactor, part of the Manhattan Project National Historical Park

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    Upper Voices, Lower Voices, or Mixed Voices with piano “Glad that I live, am I!” This setting of Lizette Woodworth Reese’s poem is full of joy, hope, and positive energy, to lift up and inspire both your singers and audiences. A particularly effective piece for festivals and festival choirs. It is now available for Upper … Read more
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