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QUILTER, Roger
b 17 Brighton, 1 November 1877
d London, 21 September 1953, aged seventy-five

He was educated at Eton, and then studied for five years at the Hoch Conservatory in Frankfurt, together with Grainger, Scott, Balfour Gardiner and O'Neill. He first became known in 1900 as a composer of songs. He was a founder member of the Musicians' Benevolent Fund.

1906 (29)

To Julia, song cycle

1907 (30)

Serenade, for orchestra

1908 (31)

Songs of Sorrow

1909 (32)

Seven Elizabethan Lyrics

1910 (33)

Three English Dances

Four Songs

1911 (34)

Where the Rainbow Ends, incidental music

Three Songs of the Sea

1914 (37)

A Children's Overture

Four Child Songs

1916 (39)

Three Songs of William Blake

1921 (44)

Five Shakespeare Songs

Three Pastoral Songs

1922 (45)

As You Like It, incidental music

1925 (48)

The Rake, ballet suite

Five Jacobean Lyrics

1936 (59)

Julia, opera

1946 (69)

Tulips, for chorus and orchestra

1948 (71)

The Sailor and His Lass, for soloist, choir and orchestra

1949 (72)

Love at the Inn, opera

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