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Cordus Mundi presents “Fields of Gold – A Musical Landscape”

Bucks County-based male a cappella group Cordus Mundi’s season continues with “Fields of Gold – A Musical Landscape.”

Performances will take place at Lutheran Church of God’s Love, 791 Newtown Yardley Road, Newtown, at 7:30 p.m. March 30, and Doylestown Lutheran Church, 301 N. Main St., Doylestown, at 4 p.m. March 31.

“Fields of Gold - A Musical Landscape” includes mostly a cappella music from a wide range of composers, and in a wide range of musical styles. Composers include Dunstable, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Bernstein, Clausen, Horvath, Perkins, Sumner, Stills, Beech and more.

Alice Parker’s “How deep the silence of the soul,” commissioned by Cordus Mundi last season, will receive its second performance, and Zachary Wadsworth’s “Love’s History,” previously commissioned by the group, will also be featured. The programs also include Cordus Mundi’s performances of “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Freddie Mercury.

“We’re making plans for our second CD and we’ll be recording all of this season’s concerts; the best performances will end up on the CD,” said group founder/artistic director Rick Rosen.

“To make it interesting and to try to cover as much of our 13-plus year history as we can, each concert will include two of the new pieces we’ve either commissioned or premiered, as well as a good mix of Cordus favorites and additions to the repertoire.”

Tickets for both performances are $20, with children under 12 admitted at no charge. They can be purchased at or at the door. For information, contact Cordus Mundi at 650-219-2748 or online at or on Facebook.