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FERNEYHOUGH, Brian
b Coventry, 16 January 1943

He studied at the Birmingham School of Music and the Royal Academy in London. In 1968 he won a Mendelssohn Scholarship and worked at the Amsterdam Conservatory. From 1969 until 1971 he studied at Basle, and from 1973 worked and taught in Germany.

1963 (20)

Sonatina for three clarinets and bassoon

1965 (22)

Four Miniatures, for flute and piano

1966 (23)

Coloratura, for oboe and piano

Epigrams, for piano

Sonata for two pianos

Three Pieces for piano

1967 (24)

Prometheus, for woodwind ensemble

1968 (25)

Sonatas for string quartet

Epicycle, for twenty strings

1969 (26)

Missa Brevis, for twelve solo voices

1969-71 (26-8)

Firecycle Beta, for orchestra

1969-74 (26-31)

Funerailles, for string ensemble and harp

1971 (28)

Cassandra's Dream Song, for flute

Sieben Sterne, for organ

1971-7 (28-34)

Time and Motion Study I, for bass clarinet

1972-5 (29-32)

Transit, for six solo voices, chamber orchestra and electronics

1973-6 (32-3)

Time and Motion Study II, for cello, tape and electronics

1974 (31)

Time and Motion Study III, for sixteen solo voices, chamber

orchestra and electronics

1975 (32)

Unity Capsule, for flute

1976-9 (33-6)

La terre est un homme, for instruments

1980 (37)

Funerailles Version II, for harp and strings

String Quartet No 2

1981 (38)

Lemma-Icon-Epigram, for piano

Superscripto, for solo piccolo

1982 (39)

Carceri d'Invenzione 1, for chamber orchestra

1983 (40)

Adagissimo, for string quartet

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