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Date & Opus Title Words Duration Publisher More…
November 1952
Opus 15a
Symphony in Yellow
for Voice, Clarinet and Harp
Oscar Wilde 4 mins Manuscript info i
Notes: 
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Notes: Withdrawn; movements are: 1.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
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Notes: Withdrawn; music reused in Humoresque op. 30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)
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: 
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: 
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: 
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: 
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
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
    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: 
    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
    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
  • 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: 
    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)
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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)
    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
    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
    Product page
    £7.45
    Cover
    Notes: Dedicated to Sheherezade (Verona Chard, Soprano; Denise Dance, Flute; Fiona Clifton-Welker, Harp)
    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