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Hawes strikes a note of rapture  

Roderic Dunnett hears the first recordings of contemporary works

PATRICK HAWES gained a warm and enthusiastic following when he was composer-in-residence with Classic FM. His output is rich and varied. He contributed to albums that consistently reached number one in the classical charts. He wrote the Highgrove Suite for the Prince of Wales, has collaborated with Hayley Westenra and Julian Lloyd Webber, and currently with the King’s Singers. His biggest project to date, a War Symphony commemorating the First World War, will have its ...

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