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Chamber ensemble


Date & Opus Title Words Duration Publisher More…
1949/1950
Opus 2
Divertissement
for Piano Quartet
Manuscript info i
Notes: Withdrawn
1951
Opus 5a
Fantasia on French Folk Songs
for String Quartet
Manuscript info i
Notes: Withdrawn
November 1952
Opus 15a
Symphony in Yellow
for Voice, Clarinet and Harp
Oscar Wilde 4 mins Manuscript info i
Notes: 
1953
Opus 12b
Elegy
arr. for Viola and String Quartet
Manuscript info i
Notes: Withdrawn
July 1953 (1–3); January 1954 (4–6)
Opus 16a
Lyrics from the Chinese
Six Songs for High Voice, Oboe and String Trio
trans. Helen Waddell 12 mins Manuscript info i
Notes: Withdrawn; movements are: 1. Aubade; 2: Drinking Song; 3: Song at Evening; 4: Flower Song; 5: Sacrificial Song; 6: Nocturne
Summer 1953
Opus 17a
Two Beethoven Sonatinas for Piano
arr. for String Trio
Manuscript info i
Notes: MS and parts may be lost
April/July 1954
Opus 18a
Trio
for Violin, Clarinet and Cello
Manuscript info i
Notes: Slow movement reused in On Holiday, op. 54
April/August 1956
Opus 22
The Owl
A setting of a poem by M. J. Hopkins for Voice and Chamber Ensemble
M. J. Hopkins Manuscript info i
Notes: Withdrawn; music reused in Humoresque op. 30
Spring 1956/Winter 1957
Opus 26c
What then is Love?
Four Modern Madrigals for High Voice, Clarinet in A and Piano
Various 6 mins Out of print info i
Notes: Originally published by Mills Music; republished by Roberton; songs are: 1. Western wind, when will thou blow? (Anon.); 2. Tell me, where is fancy bred? (William Shakespeare); 3. Stay, O sweet, and do not rise! (John Donne); 4. Love is a sickness full of woes (Samuel Daniel)
April 1956; 1957/1958; April/May 1960
Opus 23a
Lachrymae—In Memoriam John Dowland
for High Voice and String Quartet
Various 15 mins Manuscript info i
Notes: Movements are: 1. Prelude; 2. Song 1: Madrigal; 3. Interlude I; 4. Song 2: The Moon; 5. Interlude II; 6. Song 3: The Open Door; 7. Interlude III; 8. Song 4: The Sick Rose; 9. Interlude IV; 10. Song 5: Sonnet; 11. Postlude
December 1963
 
Commercial music
Nimble Bread
Hour-glass
TV commercial: Nimble Bread
¼ min Manuscript info i
Notes: 
December 1963
 
Commercial music
Nimble Bread
Dressmaker’s Dummy
TV commercial: Nimble Bread
¼ min Manuscript info i
Notes: 
April 1964
 
Commercial music
Lux Toilet Soap
Samantha Eggar Relaunch
TV commercial: Lux Soap
½ min Manuscript info i
Notes: 
1964
Opus 44
Three Canadian Carols
arr. for Voice, Clarinet and Piano
11 mins Manuscript info i
Notes: Dedicated to Robert Ivan Foster (baritone) and recorded by him (with Nina Walker, piano and Jonathan Steward, clarinet) on Onslo LP OCAB-61-65; first public performance by Robert Ivan Foster at The Questors Theatre, London on 19th December 1964; songs are: 1. The Shepherdess’ Carol (D’où viens-tu, bergère?); 2. The Cherry Tree Carol; 3. The Huron Carol (Jesous Ahatonhia)
August 1964
 
Commercial music
Nimble Bread
Calorie-counter
TV commercial: Nimble Bread
½ min Manuscript info i
Notes: 
August 1964
 
Commercial music
Nimble Bread
Mini-car
TV commercial: Nimble Bread
½ min Manuscript info i
Notes: 
August 1964
 
Commercial music
Nimble Bread
Seaside
TV commercial: Nimble Bread
½ min Manuscript info i
Notes: 
August 1964
 
Commercial music
Nimble Bread
Market
TV commercial: Nimble Bread
½ min Manuscript info i
Notes: 
March 1965
 
Commercial music
Elastoplast
Elastoplastic Art
TV commercial: Elastoplast
½ min Manuscript info i
Notes: 
February/March 1965
 
Library music
Minuet for Octet
Period
1½ mins Manuscript info i
Notes: 
February/March 1965
 
Library music
Bitonality Blues
Blues
½ min Manuscript info i
Notes: 
February/March 1965
 
Library music
Pan and Echo
Pastoral
½ min Manuscript info i
Notes: 
February/March 1965
 
Library music
Table for Two
Romantic, warm
½ min Manuscript info i
Notes: 
February/March 1965
 
Library music
Gay Abandon
Gay, witty
½ min Manuscript info i
Notes: 
February/March 1965
 
Library music
Music Hall Memories
Humorous, rather droll
½ min Manuscript info i
Notes: 
September 1965
 
Commercial music
Nimble Bread
Tape Measure
TV commercial: Nimble Bread
½ min Manuscript info i
Notes: 
September 1965
 
Commercial music
Nimble Bread
Bikini
TV commercial: Nimble Bread
½ min Manuscript info i
Notes: 
September 1965
 
Commercial music
Nimble Bread
Zipper
TV commercial: Nimble Bread
½ min Manuscript info i
Notes: 
September 1965
 
Commercial music
Nimble Bread
Scales
TV commercial: Nimble Bread
½ min Manuscript info i
Notes: 
1965/1966
Opus 49
A Catch for Wind Instruments
Twenty-three Short Movements (in Three Sets) for Wind Quintet, after Izaak Walton
Edizioni Bèrben info i
Notes: 
April 1966
 
Film/documentary music
Low Water
Film documentary
George Thomson 5 mins Manuscript info i
Notes: A 28-minute social documentary, shot in black and white; awarded 1st Prize, 12th International Short Film Festival, Tours, 1967 (First Entry category)
Archive: British Film Institute (BFI):
  • 16mm film stock
  • Original bound music manuscript
  • Summer 1966
    Opus 56a
    SchoolA Child was Born
    Trad. Danish Carol arr. for Voice(s) and School Instruments
    Out of print info i
    Notes: Originally published by Faber & Faber; republished by G. Schirmer, USA
    1967
    Opus 53
    SchoolThe Faber Book of Nursery Songs
    A Collection of Ninety Songs, Very Simply Arranged for Voices and School Instruments
    Out of print Cover
    Notes: Illustrated by Alan Howard; 175 pages; published in the UK by Faber & Faber in hardback (1968) and paperback (1985); published as Every Child’s Book of Nursery Songs in the US by Crown Publishers, New York, 1968
    February 1987
    Opus 82b
    Pasticheries (non-Boulangerie)
    Three Parodies arr. for Brass Quintet
    6 mins Edizioni Bèrben info i
    Notes: Published in the composer’s facsimile, 1990; movements are: 1. The Return of Bulgy Gogo—ragtime (tribute to Peter Warlock); 2. The Velvet Gentleman—à la brossienne (tribute to Erik Satie); 3. Up the Faringdon Road!—valse brilliantine (tribute to Lord Berners); transcription made for the New Mexico Brass Quintet of Albuquerque, USA
    May 1967
     
    Film/documentary music
    The Furryfolk on Holiday
    Stop-frame animated cartoon film
    Elsie B. Mills 3½ mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: A road safety film featuring Tufty Fluffytail, sponsored by Butlin’s Holiday Camps
    June 1967
     
    Library music
    (Lyons’ Harvest Pies)
    Scottish Highlands
    National, sombre
    1¼ mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: This piece is actually The Damaged Bagpipes, the second movement from Three Musical Mishaps, op. 32a; it was used on TV to advertise Lyons’ Harvest Pies in the late 1960s
    June 1967
     
    Library music
    (Lyons’ Harvest Pies)
    Scenes at Camelot
    Renaissance
    1¾ mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: This piece is actually The Three-stringed Fiddle, the first movement from Three Musical Mishaps, op. 32a; it was used on TV to advertise Lyons’ Harvest Pies in the late 1960s
    August 1967
     
    Commercial music
    Nimble Bread
    In the Park
    TV commercial: Nimble Bread
    ¼ min Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    November 1967
     
    Library music
    Bach-Chat for Two Guitars
    Off-beat Bach
    2 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    1968
    Opus 56b
    SchoolStephen was a Stable-boy
    Trad. Swedish Carol arr. for Voice(s) and School Instruments
    Out of print info i
    Notes: Originally published by Faber & Faber; republished by G. Schirmer, USA
    August 1968
     
    Commercial music
    Lyons’ Harvest Pies
    Dandelion I
    TV commercial: Lyons’ Harvest Pies
    ¾ min Manuscript info i
    Notes: Made by Natural Breaks Ltd; Dandelion I was awarded a diploma in the 16 Festival International du Film Publicitaire, Cannes 1969 (Television 5A category)
    August 1968
     
    Commercial music
    Lyons’ Harvest Pies
    Dandelion II
    TV commercial: Lyons’ Harvest Pies
    ½ min Manuscript info i
    Notes: Made by Natural Breaks Ltd
    August 1968
     
    Commercial music
    Lyons’ Harvest Pies
    Butterfly/Feather
    TV commercial: Lyons’ Harvest Pies
    ½ min Manuscript info i
    Notes: Made by Natural Breaks Ltd
    September 1968
     
    Library music
    Blues in the Round
    Bach blues
    3 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    September 1968
     
    Library music
    Neurosis
    Aggressive
    1¾ mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    September 1968
     
    Library music
    Men at Work
    Mechanical/Industrial
    1¾ mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    September 1968
     
    Library music
    Noises of the Night
    Mysterious, mounting tension
    1¾ mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    September 1968
     
    Library music
    Harvest
    Pastoral
    1¾ mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    January 1969
     
    Film/documentary music
    The Goshawk
    TV documentary
    T. H. White 15 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: A 50-minute colour film; awarded the Golden Gate award in the 13th San Francisco International Film Festival (Films as Communication category)
    Archive: British Film Institute (BFI):
    Original bound music manuscript
    February 1969
     
    Film/documentary music
    The Wednesday Play
    It Wasn’t Me
    TV play
    James Hanley 11½ mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: A sinister, but sad, black comedy about the age-old problem of old age
    Archive: British Film Institute (BFI):
    Original bound music manuscript
    1969
    Opus 57
    SchoolMusic Workshop
    Konrad of the Mountains
    A Cantata for Voices and Orff Instruments
    Peter Porter Out of print Cover
    Notes: Originally published by BBC Publications; republished by Mills Music; International Music Publications (archive edition)
    May 1969
     
    Film/documentary music
    Before the Party
    TV play
    Ray Lawler 19 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: Somerset Maugham short story adaptation, first series; received 1970 Drama Series Production Award of the Society of Film and Television Arts
    Archive: British Film Institute (BFI):
    Original bound music manuscript
    November 1969
     
    Film/documentary music
    Sherlock Holmes
    Animated cartoon film
    10 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: Music for a 6-minute pilot film for a projected series of 13 half-hour animated cartoon films for the American TV networks, with individual musical themes for over a dozen characters; in fact, for various reasons, not even the pilot itself was made
    Archive: British Film Institute (BFI):
    Original bound music manuscript
    December 1969
     
    Episodic TV music
    Doctor Who
    Doctor Who and the Silurians
    TV serial
    Malcolm Hulke 30 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: Serial in seven 25-minute episodes
    Archive: British Film Institute (BFI):
  • Original loose and bound music manuscripts
  • Various BBC rehearsal scripts
  • December 1969
     
    Commercial music
    Mackintosh’s Quality Street
    Fashion Show
    TV commercial: Quality Street
    ½ min Manuscript info i
    Notes: Made by Illustra Films Ltd
    Early 1970s
    Opus 32b
    Three Musical Mishaps
    arr. for Saxophone Quartet
    5¼ mins Modus Music
    £7.50
    Cover
    Notes: Movements are: 1. The Three-stringed Fiddle; 2. The Damaged Bagpipes; 3. The Broken Pianola
    January 1970
     
    Film/documentary music
    Footprints in the Jungle
    TV play
    Robin Chapman 9 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: Somerset Maugham short story adaptation, second series
    Archive: British Film Institute (BFI):
    Original bound music manuscript
    February 1970
     
    Library music
    On the Go (Moto Perpetuo)
    Gay, moving
    1¾ mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    February 1970
     
    Library music
    Suite: Something in the Wind
    Complete suite
    3¼ mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    February 1970
     
    Library music
    Suite: Something in the Wind: (a) Theme: Something in the Wind
    General
    ½ min Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    February 1970
     
    Library music
    Suite: Something in the Wind: (b) Variation 1: Waltz
    Pensive
    ½ min Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    February 1970
     
    Library music
    Suite: Something in the Wind: (c) Variation 2: March
    Mechanical
    ½ min Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    February 1970
     
    Library music
    Suite: Something in the Wind: (d) Variation 3: Rhapsody
    Romantic, warm
    ½ min Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    February 1970
     
    Library music
    Suite: Something in the Wind: (e) Variation 4: Humoreske
    Humorous
    ½ min Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    February 1970
     
    Library music
    Suite: Something in the Wind: (f) Variation 5: Soliloquy
    Pastoral
    ½ min Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    February 1970
     
    Library music
    Suite: Something in the Wind: (g) Variation 6: Tarantella (Finale)
    Heroic, bold
    ½ min Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    1970
    Opus 47b
    SchoolThree Beastly Ballads
    arr. for Voices (unison) and School Instruments
    Carey Blyton Manuscript info i
    Notes: Arrangement of Three Animal Songs, op. 47a
    November 1970
     
    Film/documentary music
    Kites are Flying
    Film documentary
    Anthony Bomford 10 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: A 30-minute colour film for theatrical presentation; first shown at the Royal Festival Hall, 13th February 1971
    Archive: British Film Institute (BFI):
    Original bound music manuscript
    1971
    Opus 60a
    In Memoriam Scott Fitzgerald
    for Saxophone Quartet
    2½ mins Edizioni Bèrben info i
    Notes: Written for the London Saxophone Quartet; arrangement of untitled piano piece, c. 1950
    1971
    (No opus number)
    A Ghost from the Past
    for Saxophone Quartet
    2½ mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    August 1971
    Opus 62a
    Fugue in G minor by Girolamo Frescobaldi
    arr. for Saxophone Quartet
    3 mins Reynard Music info i
    Notes: Originally published by Kendor Music, Inc., USA; republished by Dorn Publications, Inc., USA; written for the London Saxophone Quartet
    (Date unknown)
    Opus 62b
    Fugue in G minor by Girolamo Frescobaldi
    arr. for Clarinet Quartet
    3 mins Reynard Music info i
    Notes: 
    March 1972
     
    Film/documentary music
    Aerosols—What? Why? How?
    Instructional film
    2 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: A 10-minute colour film made by Duet Films; music played by the London Saxophone Quartet
    Archive: British Film Institute (BFI):
    Original bound music manuscript
    April 1972
    Opus 45b
    Pantomime
    arr. for Saxophone Quartet
    4 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: Movements are: 1. Harlequin; 2. Columbine; 3. Pantaloon
    Spring 1972
    Opus 64b
    In Memoriam Django Reinhardt
    Theme and Two Variations for Saxophone Quartet
    7½ mins Edizioni Bèrben info i
    Notes: Published by Dorn Publications, Inc., USA; written for the London Saxophone Quartet; movements are: 1. Prelude; 2. Elegy; 3. Django Reinhardt’s Stomp
    Spring 1972
    Opus 65a
    Saxe Blue
    for Saxophone Quartet
    3 mins Edizioni Bèrben info i
    Notes: Published by Dorn Publications, Inc., USA; written for the London Saxophone Quartet
    July 1972
    Opus 26e
    What then is Love?
    Four Modern Madrigals arranged for Saxophone Quartet
    6 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: Movements are: 1. Western wind, when will thou blow? 2. Tell me, where is fancy bred? 3. Stay, O sweet, and do not rise! 4. Love is a sickness full of woes
    September 1972
     
    Film/documentary music
    Web of Life
    The Living River
    Film documentary
    Desmond Hawkins 14 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: A 30-minute colour film in the BBC-tv/BP Film Unit Co-Production series Web of Life; awarded (a) Gold Camera Award for 1st Place, U.S. Industrial Film Festival, 1973; (b) Certificate of Merit from the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1973; and (c) Gold Award for joint 1st Place in Category F, British Sponsored Film Festival, 1973
    Archive: British Film Institute (BFI):
  • 16mm film stock
  • Original bound music manuscript
  • December 1972
     
    Film/documentary music
    Flying Birds
    Film documentary
    8 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: A 12½-minute colour film for theatrical presentation; first shown at the Royal Festival Hall, 17th February 1973; the music, played by the London Saxophone Quartet, comprises a theme and nine variations depicting the many and varied aspects of bird flight; there is no spoken commentary; filmed by Dr David Urry and Kate Urry
    Archive: British Film Institute (BFI):
  • 16mm film stock
  • Original bound music manuscript
  • December 1972
    Opus 66
    Flying Birds
    Theme and Nine Variations for Saxophone Quartet
    7¾ mins Edizioni Bèrben info i
    Notes: Written for the London Saxophone Quartet; concert version of the music for the RSPB film; movements are: 1. Theme; 2. Variation 1: Gannets; 3. Variation 2: The Arctic Tern (Slow Waltz); 4. Variation 3: The Arctic Tern (hovering and dipping); 5. Variation 4: Birds landing; 6. Variation 5: Puffins & Friends (Slow Tango); 7. Variation 6: Razorbills and Kittiwakes; 8. Variation 7: Swans taking off… and landing; 9. Variation 8: Knot, Widgeon and Waders; 10. Variation 9: Oystercatchers and Sanderling (Finale)
    February 1973
    Opus 31b
    Patterns
    arr. for Saxophone Quartet
    5¼ mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: Movements are: 1. Waltz (Passacaglia); 2. Pastoral (Chaconne); 3. The Organ-grinder (Ostinato)
    February 1973
     
    Film/documentary music
    Capital City
    Film documentary
    Wilfred Greatorex 8 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: A 28-minute film in 16mm and 35mm sponsored by the Corporation of the City of London; 35mm version launched at seven major ABC cinemas in London in conjunction with the feature film, The Sting, 17th February 1974, followed by nationwide showing of this double bill
    Archive: British Film Institute (BFI):
  • 16mm film stock
  • Original bound music manuscript
  • January 1974
     
    Episodic TV music
    Doctor Who
    Death to the Daleks
    TV serial
    Terry Nation 20 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: Serial in four 25-minute episodes; parts of the music were treated by the Radiophonic Workshop, including the solo voice, used as the basis for massed choral chant; music played by the London Saxophone Quartet
    Archive: British Film Institute (BFI):
  • Original loose and bound music manuscripts
  • BBC rehearsal scripts for episodes I–IV
  • April 1974
     
    Library music
    Valse Musette
    Parisian, ‘left bank’ evocation
    2 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    August 1974
    Opus 69a
    Mock Joplin
    for Saxophone Quartet
    2 mins Out of print info i
    Notes: Published by Kendor Music, Inc., USA; written for the London Saxophone Quartet
    1974
    Opus 69b
    Pianoman
    A Music Hall Parody with a Ragtime Chorus
    Carey Blyton 2½ mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: Song based on Mock Joplin; written for Cleo Lane and John Dankworth (but apparently never performed by them)
    September 1974
    Opus 70a
    SchoolMusic Workshop
    Rainbow Snake
    A Cantata for Voices and Orff Instruments
    Ted Glover Out of print info i
    Notes: Published by BBC Publications
    December 1974
    Opus 70b
    SchoolMusic Workshop
    Rainbow Snake
    A Cantata for Voices, Saxophone Quartet, Piano and Percussion
    Ted Glover Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    January 1975
     
    Library music
    Commuter Special
    Moderate tempo, amusing
    2 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    March 1975
     
    Episodic TV music
    Doctor Who
    Revenge of the Cybermen
    TV serial
    Gerry Davis 26 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: Serial in four 25-minute episodes; parts of the music were treated by the Radiophonic Workshop
    Archive: British Film Institute (BFI):
  • Original bound music manuscript
  • BBC rehearsal scripts for episodes I–IV
  • Various assorted miscellaneous notes and correspondence
  • May 1975
    Opus 72
    A Newfoundland Posy
    Twelve Newfoundland Folk Songs in Nine Movements for Violin, Clarinet and Piano
    16¾ mins Music Sales Ltd
    Product page
    info i
    Notes: Published by Editions J. Maurer; first performance by the work’s dedicatees, Peter Gardner (violin), Dick Rowley (clarinet) and John Herriott (piano), in a recital broadcast by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 1975
    August 1975
    Opus 73a
    Dance Variations
    Theme and Nine Variations for Saxophone Quartet
    12 mins Music Sales Ltd
    Product page
    info i
    Notes: Published by Editions J. Maurer; written for the 10th International Aerosol Congress; concert version written for the London Saxophone Quartet; movements are: Theme; Var. 1: Waltz I; Var. 2: Polka; Var. 3: Paso Doble; Var. 4: Foxtrot/Blues; Var. 5: Rhumba; Var. 6: Tango; Var. 7: Rag; Var. 8: Tarantella; Var. 9: Waltz II; Theme (reprise with countermelody)
    August 1975
    Opus 73b
    Fanfare for a Congress
    for Saxophone Quartet
    Manuscript info i
    Notes: Written for the 10th International Aerosol Congress; concert version written for the London Saxophone Quartet
    1975
    Opus 74
    The Return of the Pink Panther
    arr. for Saxophone Quartet (or Two Basset Horns and Two Bass Clarinets)
    1¾ mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: Written for the London Saxophone Quartet as an encore item
    August/September 1976
    Opus 76
    The Girl from Nogami
    Chamber Opera in One Act
    Jack Gray Manuscript info i
    Notes: 
    February/March 1977
    Opus 18b
    A Little Trio for Wind Instruments
    arr. for Flute (or Oboe), Clarinet in B flat and Bassoon (or Bass Clarinet)
    Edizioni Bèrben info i
    Notes: Published in the composer’s facsimile, 1990
    June 1977
    Opus 77
    SchoolRoyal Sequence
    Fanfare and March for Clarinet Choir
    4 mins Reynard Music info i
    Notes: Commissioned to commemorate Queen Elizabeth II’s Silver Jubilee
    Spring 1977
    Opus 78
    Two Cod-Pieces by Peter Warlock
    arr. for Saxophone Quartet
    4¾ mins Out of print info i
    Notes: Written for the London Saxophone Quartet; second piece, The Old Codger, arr. by John Mitchell
    November 1977
    Opus 79
    SchoolSweeney Todd the Barber, or The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
    A Victorian Melodrama for Schools
    Carey Blyton 17 mins Chester Music and Novello & Co
    Product page
    Cover
    Notes: Also available from Boosey & Hawkes
    January 1979
    Opus 81
    A Sherlock Holmes Suite
    for Brass Quintet
    11½ mins Out of print info i
    Notes: Published by Editions J. Maurer
    Summer 1952, revised Summer 1979
    Opus 14
    Moresques
    Three Songs for Soprano, Flute, Harp and Piano
    David Munro 16 mins Edizioni Bèrben info i
    Notes: Songs are: 1. A Yellow Flower; 2. Simoom; 3. Love-song of the Lady of Granada
    1980
    (No opus number)
    Eilgut-Galopp (Grand Vitesse)
    Op. 146 by Emil Waldteufel arr. for Brass Quintet
    2½ mins Chester Music and Novello & Co
    Product page
    info i
    Notes: Published by Novello; dedicated to the New Mexico Brass Quintet of Albuquerque, USA
    1981
    Opus 4c
    Pastiches
    Nº2 (Tango) arr. for Three Guitars by Keigo Fujii
    1¾ mins Edizioni Bèrben info i
    Notes: Published in the composer’s facsimile, 1989
    January 1982
    Opus 84
    The Maiden Deceived
    A British Folk Song Cycle for Voice, Horn, Clarinet and Piano
    11 mins Modus Music
    £12.00
    Cover
    Notes: Songs are: 1. Early One Morning; 2. Bobby Shafto; 3. O, Waly, Waly; 4. Early One Morning/What Shall we do with the Drunken Sailor; 5. There is a Tavern in the Town
    January 1983
    Opus 87a
    SchoolDracula! or The Vampire Vanquished
    A Victorian Melodrama for Schools
    Carey Blyton 30 mins Chester Music and Novello & Co
    Product page
    Cover
    Notes: Also available from Boosey & Hawkes
    1983
    Opus 87b
    Quincey’s Rag
    from Dracula! or The Vampire Vanquished, arr. for Saxophone Quartet
    1¾ mins Reynard Music info i
    Notes: Written for the Elie Apper Saxophone Quartet of Belgium
    March 1983
    Opus 85b
    Sweet and Sour Rag
    arr. for Brass Quintet
    4 mins Edizioni Bèrben info i
    Notes: Written for the Chestnut Brass Company of Philadelphia, USA (brass quintet); published in the composer’s facsimile, 1990
    November 1983
    Opus 90a
    Hark! The Merry Gentlemen
    An arrangement and combination of Hark! The Herald Angels Sing and God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen for Brass Quartet (orchestral brass or brass band instruments)
    3¼ mins Out of print info i
    Notes: Commissioned by Mrs Imogen Smallwood (the composer’s cousin, daughter of Enid Blyton) for her son, Thomas, “and his school chums”
    1983
    Opus 90b
    Hark! The Merry Gentlemen
    An arrangement and combination of Hark! The Herald Angels Sing and God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen for Brass Quintet (orchestral brass or brass band instruments)
    3¼ mins Just Music
    Product page
    info i
    Notes: Adapted from the Brass Quartet version at the request of the New Mexico Brass Quintet of Albuquerque, USA; Just Music publishes only the version scored for brass band instruments
    June 1984
    Opus 91
    Suite Carolina
    for Saxophone Quartet
    Reynard Music info i
    Notes: Based on songs by C. M. Beevers
    1987
    Opus 92b
    Workshop 21
    The Indian Coffee House Roof Garden Orchestra Tango
    The Last Tango in Pondicherry, arr. for Wind Quartet
    2¼ mins Universal Edition (London) Ltd
    Product page
    info i
    Notes: Piece appears in Volume 2
    June 1987
    Opus 95
    SchoolFrankenstein! or A Bolt from the Blue
    A Victorian Melodrama for Schools
    Carey Blyton 40 mins Chester Music and Novello & Co
    Product page
    Cover
    Notes: Also available from Boosey & Hawkes; dedicated to Gary Higginson
    December 1989
    Opus 97
    Lilli Marlene
    arr. for Children’s Voices (with optional divisi and Descant Recorders), Two Pianos and Side Drum
    Manuscript info i
    Notes: Commissioned for the Battle of Britain Arts Festival, 1990
    December 1989
    Opus 98
    Scramble!
    Fanfare for Brass (Trumpets, Horns, Trombones, Tuba and optional Timpani)
    Manuscript info i
    Notes: Commissioned for the Battle of Britain Arts Festival, 1990
    1990
    Opus 99
    SchoolMusica Mechanica
    for Three Violins, Two Cellos and Double Bass
    6 mins Edizioni Bèrben info i
    Notes: Movements are: 1. Musical Clock (England); 2. Barrel Organ (France); 3. Jukebox (America)
    April 1990
    Opus 1b
    Five Diversions
    arr. for Wind Quintet
    13½ mins Edizioni Bèrben info i
    Notes: A rescoring for wind instruments of Four Diversions for Piano, original op. 1 and A Little Waltz from Two Waltzes, op. 8; movements are: 1. Vacilación (Habañera); 2. The Lake at Evening; 3. The Girl with the Auburn Hair; 4. Twilit Willows; 5. A Little Waltz; dedicated to the memory of May Parker, who had taught the teenaged Carey Blyton piano and thus fired his interest in music
    13th September 1991
    Opus 28f
    Captain Bowsprit’s Blues
    for Saxophone Quartet
    2 mins Manuscript info i
    Notes: Second movement of Cinque Port; written for the Phoenix Saxophone Quartet in thanks for their work on the CD, Carey Blyton Miniatures: The Return of Bulgy Gogo
    November 1991
    Opus 17b
    Two Beethoven Sonatinas for Piano
    arr. for Flute (or Oboe), Clarinet and Bassoon
    Modus Music
    £9.00
    Cover
    Notes: Price includes full score and parts
    9th June 1993
    Opus 103
    Doctor Who
    Dalek Suite
    for Saxophone Quartet
    7½ mins Out of print Cover
    Notes: Published by Valentine Music; movements are: 1. A Desolate Landscape; 2. Chants and Variants; 3. Dalek March and Retreat
    1949/1950, 1988, 1994
    Opus 4d
    Pastiches
    An Entertainment in the Form of Six Poetical and Musical Parodies for Narrator and Two Guitars
    David Munro 15 mins Edizioni Bèrben info i
    Notes: Arrangement for two guitars republished by Edizioni Bèrben in 1994 with the texts of the poems and the original Production Note, allowing the guitarists to perform the work with a narrator for a more unusual concert item; movements are: 1. Mouvement Perpétuel (Francis Poulenc/Lewis Carroll); 2. Tango (Darius Milhaud/Edith Sitwell); 3. Berceuse (Gabriel Fauré/William Shakespeare); 4. Mazurka (Dmitri Shostakovich/T. S. Eliot); 5. Negro Song (Antonín Dvořák/Rudyard Kipling); 6. Carioca! (Heitor Villa-Lobos/Gertrude Stein)
    27th June 1995
    (No opus number)
    The Rose and the Nightingale
    Eastern Song arr. for Voice, Flute (or Alto Flute) and Harp
    Rosa Newmarch (English); M.-D. Calvocoressi (French); A. Koltsov (original Russian) 2½ mins Fand Music Press
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    £7.45
    Cover
    Notes: Dedicated to Sheherezade (Verona Chard, Soprano; Denise Dance, Flute; Fiona Clifton-Welker, Harp)
    29th January 1999
    Opus 107
    In the Spice Markets of Zanzibar
    for Brass Quintet with optional Tambourine
    2¼ mins Fand Music Press
    Product page
    £9.45
    Cover
    Notes: Written for the Fine Arts Brass Ensemble
    7th October 1999
    Opus 108
    Shadow-Play (Wayang Kulit)
    for Four (or Eight) Concert Flutes in C and Two optional Piccolos
    4 mins Fand Music Press
    Product page
    £12.45
    Cover
    Notes: Music derived from earlier incidental music for BBC-tv adaptations of Somerset Maugham’s Before the Party (1969) and Footprints in the Jungle (1970); movements are: 1. The Young Prince; 2. The Princess; 3. The Wedding