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WOOD, Hugh
b Parbold, Lancashire, 27 June 1932

His parents were musical. After reading Modem History at New College, Oxford, he went to London in 1954, studying composition under Lloyd Webber, Hamilton and Seiber. From 1958 to 1967 he gave evening classes at Morley College, and from 1962 to 1965 he taught harmony at the Royal Academy of Music. In 1966 he was appointed Cramb Research Fellow at Glasgow University. He has lectured at Liverpool University and, from 1976, at Churchill College, Cambridge.

1957 (25)

String Quartet in Bb

1958 (26)

Variations for viola and piano

1959 (27)

Logue Songs

Trio for flute, viola and piano

1962 (30)

String Quartet No 1

1965 (33)

Scenes from Comus, for soli and orchestra

Three Choruses

Capriccio for organ

1967 (35)

Quintet for clarinet, horn, violin, cello and piano

The Horses, song cycle

1968 (36)

The Rider Victory, song cycle

1969 (37)

Cello Concerto

1970 (38)

String Quartet No 2

1971 (39)

Chamber Concerto

1972 (40)

Violin Concerto

1973 (41)

Song Cycle to Poems of Pablo Neruda

Two Choruses of Yeats, for chorus

Songs to Poems by Robert Graves, for voice and piano

1978 (46)

String Quartet No 3

1982 (50)

Symphony

1984 (52)

Piano Trio

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