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b Chesterfield, 15 June 1947

From 1964 he studied trombone and composition at the Royal Academy of Music. On leaving he won a scholarship to study with Richard Rodney Bennett. He became director of contemporary music at Warwick University in 1974, and professor of composition at the Royal Academy. In 1980 he took up a two-year post as composer-in-residence at King's School, Canterbury. He has made lecture tours for the British Council and is visiting lecturer to various American universities.

1967 (20)

Wind Quintet

1968 (21)

Wind Trio

1969 (22)

Trumpet Concerto

1970 (23)

Concertante for orchestra

Partita for orchestra

Monologue for solo oboe

1971 (24)

Horn Concerto

Piccola Sinfonia

Symphonic Study

1972 (25)

Fiesta Sinfonica

Comedy for Five Winds

Kyrie, for chorus and piano

1973 (26)

Sonors, for orchestra

Intersections, for instrumental ensemble

Gloria, for chorus and piano

Time-Piece, for six male voices

The Abode of the Dead, for voices and ensemble

You'll Never Be Alone, for voices and ensemble

Fluorescence, for organ

1974 (27)

Fusions, for orchestra

Floating Music, for ensemble

Conversations, for clarinet and piano

Chromascope, for brass band

1975 (28)

The Circular Ruins, for orchestra

Strange Meeting, for orchestra

Count Down, for brass band

Cataclysm, for brass band

Requiem, for chorus and orchestra

Shadows, for clarinet and tape

1976 (29)

Clarinet Concerto

Wildfire, for orchestra

Diversions, for saxophone ensemble

1977 (30)

Spare Parts, for six male voices

Games, for organ

1978 (31)

Brain Storm, for four voices and live electronics

1979 (32)

Voices of Sleep, for soprano, chorus and orchestra

1980 (33)

Sing Praises! for chorus and orchestra

At the Still Point of the Turning World, for ensemble

Deception Pass, for brass ensemble

1981 (34)

The Canterbury Psalms, for chorus and orchestra

Concerto for orchestra

1982 (35)

Sinfonia for strings

1983 (36)

Mass of the Sea, for soli, chorus and orchestra

Patterson also composed:

Luslawice Variations, for violin

Spiders, for harp

Duologue, for oboe and piano

Three Portraits, for piano

Christ is the King, for choir

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