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GILDER, Eric
b London, 25 December 1911
d London, 1 June 2000

He first studied mathematics and physics, and was then granted a scholarship to the Royal College of Music from 1936 until he went into war service. Since the war, he has worked variously as a pianist, conductor and broadcaster, and as principal of his own school of music.

1939 (28)

Seascape, for piano and orchestra

1945 (34)

The Tide, for soprano, baritone, chorus, organ and orchestra

1950 (39)

Christmas Sounds, for soli, chorus and orchestra

1953 (42)

Nursery Suite, for orchestra

1954 (43)

A Sea Suite, for orchestra

1975 (64)

A Processional Overture

1979 (68)

Sonata, for violin and piano

981 (70)

Three Pastorals, for orchestra

Gilder has written other orchestral, choral and piano works; songs, some with orchestra; song-cycles; music for the theatre; plays, poetry and fiction; and has contributed to music periodicals.

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