- Prologue: What Will I Do If It Happens?
- Denial: Why Do I Torture Myself?/Isolation: The Layers I Have Put Aroun
- Anger: I'm Past the Point
- Bargaining: But Today?
- Depression: I Am Missing You
- Acceptance: I Shall Miss Loving You
- Hope: I Have Loved
- Movement 1
- Movement 2
- Movement 3
- 8 Traces of Myself: Movement 4
When We No Longer Touch: A Cycle of Songs for Survivalby Turtle Creek Chorale
A transformative work of raw beauty, and a breakthrough in choral recordings, this original piece addresses the stages of grief recovery (Denial, Isolation, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, Acceptance and Hope), and benefits AmFAR. This is an incredibly moving work that is a testament to the strength and resilience of the human heart and soul, and it is based on Peter McWilliams' poems from the book How to Survive the Loss of Love. Its blending of wit and sorrow make it a poignant, near-flawless tribute to lost love.
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- Turtle Creek Chorale
Performance CreditsTurtle Creek Chorale Primary Artist,Choir, Chorus
Craig Gregory Vocals,Soloist
Jon Carroll Soloist
John Carroll Vocals
Technical CreditsTimothy Seelig Director
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