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  Classical Editor: Rob Barnett  
Founder Len Mullenger   

b Brighton, 26 February 1879
d Eastbourne, 10 January 1941, aged sixty-one

He obtained a scholarship to the Royal College of Music, London, in 1899. In 1906 he joined the Joachim String Quartet as violinist, then the English String Quartet, remaining with them until 1915. Over this period he also did much conducting. In 1923 he visited the USA, as a conductor of his own music.

1902 (23)

Berceuse, for violin and small orchestra

1904 (25)

Novelleten, for string quartet

Violin Sonata

1905 (26)

Piano Quintet

Phantasie Quartet in F# minor

Norse Legend, for violin and piano

1906 (27)

Three Idylls for string orchestra

String Quartet in E minor

Nine Miniatures for cello and piano

1907 (28)

Isabella, symphonic poem

Trio No 1 in C minor, Phantasie

1908 (29)

Dance Rhapsody, for orchestra

Suite for strings

1909 (30)

Dance Poem, for orchestra

1911 (32)

The Sea, suite for orchestra

1912 (33)

String Sextet

1914 (35)

Summer, tone poem

1915 (36)

The Open Air, poem for orchestra

The Story of My Heart, poem for orchestra

Lament, for strings

String Quartet in G minor

1916 (37)

'A Prayer', for chorus

1917 (38)

Cello Sonata in D minor and D major

1919-29 (40-50)

The Christmas Rose, opera

1922 (43)

Sir Roger de Coverley, for string quartet or orchestra

Piano Sonata (1922-5)

1926 (47)

String Quartet No 3

1927 (48)

Enter Spring, for orchestra

1928 (49)

Rhapsody, for two violins and viola

1929 (50)

Trio No 2

1930 (51)

Oration 'concert elegiaco', for cello and orchestra

1931 (52)

Phantasm, rhapsody for piano and orchestra

1937 (58)

String Quartet No 4

1940 (61)

Rebus, for orchestra

Vignettes de danse, for small orchestra

Divertimento for flute, oboe, clarinet and bassoon

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