Albany Records recording,
Now Playing: William McClelland: Revenge of Hamish and Other Choral Works
Topic: William McClelland
Editorial Reviews Gramophone Magazine, July, 2004 Vivid music, vividly sung . . . Whatever the style, McClelland finds lucid and evocative solutions to the challenges posed by the poems.
Fanfare Magazine, Jan.-Feb., 2005 A composer who is more than worthy of our attentions. . . distinctively American, imaginative and compelling. . . The choral work is excellent.
Album Description "The Revenge of Hamish," new choral works by William McClelland, has received high praise from critic Donald Rosenberg in July, 2004's "Gramophone" Magazine: "Vivid music, vividly sung . . . The music ranges far and wide, embracing everything from Scottish folklorism and pop to many-layered, traditional a cappella writing.