In 1952, sculptor Frederick Sommers was picking through a garbage dump in Jerome, Arizona, for objects to use in his artworks. Among the trash, Sommers found a collection of manuscripts by Spanish composer Manuel Areu. Sommers turned his find over to the Center for Southwest Research at the University of New Mexico. For the past few years, researchers have worked diligently to restore these works and bring them to a new audience. The New Mexico philharmonic will be making a world debut of this effort Sunday, with the never before heard music of Manuel Areu.