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  Founder: Len Mullenger

b Southampton, 19 July 1952

He studied with Birtwistle and at York University. From 1974 to 1976 he was composer-in-residence to the Southern Arts Association, and since 1976 has been musical director of the National Theatre.

1970 (18)

Bitter Lemons, for unaccompanied female chorus

1971 (19)

A Heavyweight Dirge, for soli and ensemble

1972 (20)

Driftwood to the Flow, for eighteen solo strings

1973 (21)

String Quartet No 1

1974 (22)

Music at Chartres, for orchestra

Solo/Ensemble, for orchestra

1975 (23)

Perspectives, for orchestra

Cantata for chorus, soli, two cellos and percussion

Da Capo al Fine, tape for ballet

1976 (24)

Three-part Motet for eleven instruments

Twelve Shorter Chorale Preludes of Bach for eight wind-players

Ten Longer Chorale Preludes of Bach for eight wind-players

One from Arcady, for unaccompanied violin

Three from Arcady, for cor anglais, viola and cello

The Earl of Essex's Galliard, for actors, dancer and seven players

1975-9 (24-7)

Changes, ballet

1977 (25)

Four from Arcady, for four oboes

Variations on 'Mein Junges Leben', for eight players

Double Helix, for eight players

Entr'acte, for eight players

Procurans Odium, for soprano and eight players

1978 (26)

Warrior Queen, for eight saxophones and percussion

Five Melodies for four saxophones

A Garland of Chansons, for six oboes and three bassoons

Two from Arcady, for basset horn and tuba

Three Hymns to Agape, for oboe player

A First Show, for percussion and tape

1979 (27)

Macbeth, ballet music for orchestra

Six Psalms, for 501I, choir, ensemble and tape

A Little Piano Book, twenty-four pieces

. . . In a Hall of Mirrors . . ., for alto sax and piano

1980 (28)

String Quartet No 2

From Little Gidding, for baritone, treble and piano

Theatre Poems, for mezzo and ensemble

Piano Trio

Five Theatre Poems, for baritone and piano

1981 (29)

In Dark Times, for soli and ensemble

Sports et Divertissements, for reciter and ensemble

1983 (31)

Piano Concerto

The Duration of Exile, for mezzo and ensemble

A Second Show, for contralto and ensemble

1984 (32)

Saxophone Concerto

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