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Peter Racine Fricker Chronological Catalog of Works

Compiled by Peter Racine Fricker in October, 1989. Original typescript is in Special Collections.
OCR and editing by David Seubert, March 1999.

Each composition was given a number by Fricker and he kept track of the following types of information for each piece. This information is listed in his works list in the following order:

Title, Forces, Opus Number
Dates written/completed Commissioned by/written for
Orchestration
Movements
Text by
Dedication
Duration
Prizes awarded
Date and performers in first performance
Dates and performers in first London, broadcast and British performances
Publication information (Mss only or name of publisher)
Recording history


F1

Three preludes for Piano. Opus 1.
i. Poco Allegro. September, 1943.
ii. Molto Moderato. May, 1941.
iii. Prestissimo. January, 1944.
Duration, 6 minutes.
First performance the composer, Vice-Regal Lodge, New Delhi, November 1945.
First London performance Salle Erard, Josephine John, March 11, 1947.
First broadcast performance Pamela Petchey, September 24, 1951.
Mss

F2

Variations on "Sur le pont d'Avignon" for piano.
March, 1946.
Mss

F3

Four Fughettas for Two Pianos. Opus 2.
December, 1946.
Duration, 7½ minutes.
First performance Cooper and Dorothea Vincent, Salle Erard, January 6, 1948
First broadcast performance Mary and Geraldine Peppin, March 17, 1951.
Published by Schott's.

F4

Adagio for Orchestra.
November/December 1946.
(see No-19)
Mss

F5

Sonata for Organ. Opus 3.
January 1947.
First performance Philip Dore, All Soul's Langham Place, June 9, 1951. 
First broadcast performance Philip Dore, June 3, 1953.
Mss (Score apparently lost, though Felix Aprahamian tells me that he has a score in his library.)

F6

Two Madrigals. Opus 4
February 1947
i. You take my heart.
ii. Sighs have no skill.
Poems from "Henry Bracken", Walter de la Mare.
Mss

F7

Symphonietta for Orchestra.
July 1946 to March 1947.
Mss

F8

Two Songs for Tenor and Piano.
i. Night Estuary. March 14, 1947.
ii. St. John Baptist. March 15, 1947.
Poems from Sidney Keyes "The Cruel Solstice".
Mss

F9

Piece for Piano, four hands. (Moderato Capriccioso).
March 1947.
Mss

F10

Ten Eclogues, for soprano and piano.
Poems by Herbert Read.
1 to 7, November/December, 1945; 8 to 10, May, 1947.
Mss

F11

Wind Quintet. Opus 5.
March to June, 1947.
Duration, 20 minutes.
Clements Prize, 1947.
First performance BBC Third Programme, Brain Quintet, January 3, 1948.
Published by Schott's.
Recorded by Brain Quintet, February 1962. Argo RG 326.

F12

Five Songs.
(1940-42)
i. Giomo dei Morti. (D. H. Lawrence)
ii. Southern Pastoral. (Yetza Gillespie)
iii. Serenade. (Satcheverell Sitwell)
iv. Tchirek Song. (trans. Arthur Waley)
v. Egypt's might is tumbled down. (Mary Coleridge)
Mss

F13

Night Landscape. Three songs for soprano and string trio. Opus 6.
September to December 1947.
i. Pastoral. (Frederic Prokosch)
ii. Hesperus. (Frederic Prokosch)
iii. Night Landscape. (W. J. Turner)
Duration, 10 minutes.
Dedicated to Sophie Wyss.
First performance Sophie Wyss, Robert Masters String Trio, BBC Third Programme, August 31, 1949.
Mss

F14

Rondo in C for Piano.
July 1947
Mss

F15

Improvisation on "Melita" for organ. For Eric Rule.
August 1947.
Mss

F16

Suite for School Orchestra. (violins 1 and 2, cellos, and piano.)
For John Forsey.
June to September 1947.
i. Overture: Lento - Fugue.
ii. First Dance.
iii. Song.
iv. Second Dance.
v. Adagio.
vi. Third Dance.
Mss

F17

Folk Song, arranged for cello and piano.
Mss

F18

Three Sonnets of Cecco Angiolieri, da Diena (Trans. Rosetti), for tenor and seven
instruments. (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, cello and double bass.) Opus 7.
October 22-23, 1947.
Dedicated to Richard Lewis.
Duration, 12 minutes.
First performance Richard Lewis, members of the BBC Symphony, BBC Third Programme, June 13, 1949.
Published by Schott's.

F19

Rondo Scherzoso, for Orchestra.
February/March 1948.
With No. 4, Adagio, First performance C.P.N.M. concert, HMV Studios, London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Mosco Carner, October 1, 1948.
Duration, (of the two) 18½ minutes.
Mss

F20

Serenade for Flute, Violin and Viola.
September 1947; revised April/May, 1948.
Mss

F21

Sonata for Cello and Piano.
(In two movements.)
June 1948.
Duration, 18 minutes.
Mss

F22

Lullaby and Invention for two cellos.
August 1948.
Mss

F23

String Quartet in One Movement. Opus 8.
June to November 1948.
First performance Salle Erard, September 6, 1949. Davison, McMahon, Ballardie, Leonard.
First broadcast performance Amadeus Quartet, BBC Third Programme, October 25, 1949
Published by Schott's.

F24

Symphony No. 1 in four movements. Opus 9.
November 1948 to February 1949.
3.3.3.3/4.3.3.1/Timpani, Percussion, Piano, Harp/Strings.
Koussevitsky Prize, 1949.
Dedicated to the Memory of Natalie Koussevitsky.
Duration, 28 minutes.
First performance Halle Orchestra, conducted by Barbirolli, Cheltenham Town Hall, July 5, 1950.
Published by Schott's.
Recorded Louisville Symphony, conducted by Robert Whitney, RCA Gold Seal, GL 25057.

F25

Prelude, Elegy and Finale, for String Orchestra. Opus 10.
March/April 1949.
For Helen.
First performance Darmstadt Stadttheater Orch. conducted by Richard Kotz. July 10, 1949.
First broadcast performance London Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Anthony Bernard, January 12, 1951.
Recorded The Little Symphony of London, conducted by Leslie Jones, Golden Guinea GGC 4042.

F26

"King o' Luv" (Scottish Ballad), arr. for voice and piano.
November 1949
For Sophie Wyss.
Duration, 2 minutes.
Mss

F27

Rollant et Oliver. Three Fragments from the Song of Roland, for small chorus.
December 1949.
Duration, 6 minutes.
First performance Cowdray Hall, New Orpheus Singers conducted by Mervyn Vicars. April 28, 1952.
First broadcast performance Doorian Singers, conducted by Matyas Seiber, BBC Third Progamme, July 31, 1952.
Published by Schott's.

F28

Concerto for Violin and Small Orchestra. Opus 11.
July 1949-March 1950.
1.1.2./2.0.0.0/Harp/Strings.
Arts Council Prize, 1951.
Duration, 20 minutes.
First performance Maria Lidka, London National Orchestra, conducted by Walter Goehr, January 10, 1951
First broadcast performance Maria Lidka, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Carl Schuricht, March 20, 1951.
Published by Schott's.
Recorded, Yfrah Neaman, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Norman Del Mar, Argo ZRG 715

F29

Impromptu for Piano Solo. See No. 40.

F30

Sonata for Violin and Piano. Opus 12.
April-August 1950.
Duration, 18 minutes.
First performance RCA Galleries, London. Maria Lidka and Margaret Kitchin. December 12, 1950
First broadcast performance Lidka/Kitchin July 25, 1951.
Published by Schott's.
Recorded Recorded January 17, 1953, Lidka/Kitchin. Argo RG 6

F31

Concertante for Cor Anglais and String Orchestra. Opus 13.
August/September 1950.
Dedicated to Leonard Brain.
Duration, 12 minutes.
First performance Hampton Court, Leonard Brain, Jacques Orchestra, conducted by John Pritchard. July 29, 1951.
First broadcast performance Leonard Brain, Jacques Orchestra, conducted by John Pritchard, November 23, 1951.
Published by Schott's.

F32

Music for film, "The White Continent". (Crown Film Unit.)
April, 1951. 
Duration, 13 minutes.
Recorded Beaconsfield Studios, conducted by John Hollingsworth, April 26, 1951.
Mss

F33

Symphony No. 2, Opus 14.
October 1950 to June 1951.
3.3.3.3/4.4.3.1/Timpani Percussion/Strings.
For the Liverpool Festival, 1951.
Duration, 30 minutes.
First performance Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Hugo Rignold, July 26, 1951.
First broadcast performance Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Hugo Rignold, January 24, 1952.
Recorded August 13 and 14,1954. Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by John Pritchard. HMV DLP 1080.

F34

Concertante No. 2 for Three Pianos, Strings and Timpani, Opus 15.
May/June 1951.
Duration, 14 minutes.
First performance Hovingham Festival, Lemare Orchestra, conducted by the composer, July 28, 1951.
First broadcast performance Mary and Geraldine Peppin, Kyla Greenbaum, London Classical Orchestra, conducted by Trevor Harvev, March 25, 1952.
Published by Schott's.

F35

Ballet, "Canterbury Prologue". Opus 16.
January - June 1951.
Commissioned by the British Council for the Rambert Ballet.
First performance Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury, July 30, 1951.
Mss

F36

Second Impromptu for Piano. See no. 40.

F37

Aubade for Alto Saxophone and Piano.
October 29-31, 1951.
Duration, 4 minutes.
For Walter Lear.
Published by Schott's.

F38

Third Impromptu for Piano. See No. 40.

F39

Music for film "Inside the Atom". (Crown Film Unit.)
December, 1951.
Duration, 8½ minutes.
Recorded Beaconsfield Studios, conducted by John Hollingsworth, December 28, 1951.
Mss

F40

Four Impromptus for Piano. Opus 17.
1. For Hans Alexander Kaul, April/March 1950.
2. For Hans Block, July/August 1951.
3. For Peter Stadlen, November, 1951.
4. For Margaret Kitchen, January 1952.
Duration, 14½ minutes.
First complete performance Hampstead Town Hall, Margaret Kitchin, April 7, 1952.
First broadcast performance Dublin Radio, Margaret Kitchin, December 7, 1956.
Published by Schott's.

F41

Incidental music "Le Morte d'Arthur". (BBC Third Programme.)
Completed March 7, 1952.
Duration, 2¼ minutes.
Recorded March 17, 1952, conducted by the composer.
Mss

F42

Film "The Undying Heart".
March/April 1952.
Duration, 21¼ minutes.
Organ, 6 female voices, five percussionists, solo viola.
Recorded April 8-9, 1952 All Soul's Langham Place, London, conducted by John Hollingsworth.
Mss
"Fantasia" for Organ Arranged from above, for Frederick Geoghegan, May 1952.
Mss

F43

Concerto for Viola and Orchestra. Opus 18.
For William Primrose.
2.2.2.2/4.2.3.0/Timpani, Percussion/Strings.
Duration, 27½ minutes.
i. Rhapsody.
ii. Intermezzo.
iii. Capriccio.
Winter, l952. Revised and rewritten, September 1952 to February 1953.
First performance and first broadcast performance Usher Hall, Edinburgh (Festival) Primrose, Philharmonic Orchestra, Boult, September 3, 1953.
First London performance Primrose, BBC Symphony, Sargent, December 9, 1953, Royal Festival Hall.
Published by Schott's.

F44

"Roses et Muguets." Song for soprano and Piano, text by Charles Cros.
June 24-25, 1952.
For Sophie Wyss.
Duration, 3 minutes.
First performance French Institute, London, Sophie Wyss, November 14, 1952.
Mss

F45

Concerto for Piano and Small Orchestra. Opus 19.
For Harriet Cohen.
2.2.2.2/2.2.0.0/Timpani/Strings.
Sketch May-September 1952.
Full score completed February 1954.
First performance Harriet Cohen, London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Festival Hall, Boult, March 21, 1954.
First broadcast performance Margaret Kitchin, BBC Symphony, Malko, January 2, 1956.
Duration, 26 minutes.
Published by Schott's.

F46

String Quartet No. 2, Opus 20.
For the Amadeus Quartet Summer 1952 to April 23, 1953.
Duration, 19 minutes.
First performance Cheltenham Festival, Amadeus Quartet, June 8, 1953.
First London performance Royal Festival Hall, Recital Room, Amadeus Quartet, June 16, 1963.
First broadcast performance Amadeus Quartet, September 24, 1953.
Published by Schott's.
Recorded Amadeus Quartet, London Records, CM 9370.

F47

Incidental Music "The Quest for the Holy Grail". (BBC Third Programme.)
Six sections, 4½ minutes in all.
Completed May 10, 1953.
Recorded May 20, 1953. Goldsborough Orchestra, conducted by the composer.
Broadcast June 6 and October, 1953 (Third Programme.)
Mss

F48

Rapsodia Concertante (Concerto No. 2) for Violin and Orchestra.
Written for the International Conference on Contemporary Music, Rome, April 1954.
Begun July 16, 1953, completed January 5, 1954.
Duration, 22 minutes.
2.2.3.3/4.2.3.1/Timpani, Percussion/Strings.
First performance Forio Italico (RAI Studio), Henryk Szeryng, Rome Radio Symphony, conducted by Rosbaud. April 12, 1954.
First British performance Christian Ferras, Halle Orchestra, Pritchard, Cheltenham Festival, July 15, 1954. (Also broadcast in Third Programme.)
Published by Schott's.

F49

My Brother Died. Melodrama for Radio. Words by Jacob Bronowski.
Begun 1952, completed April 1954. (BBC Third Programme commission.)
Duration, 50 minutes.
First performance April 1954, conducted by the composer. Producer, Douglas Cleverdon.
Repeated September 19, 1955.
Mss

F50

Pastorale for Three Flutes.
May 22-29, 1954.
Duration, 5 minutes.
For the Morley College Wind Ensemble.
First performance May 29, 1954, Morley College, Barbara Gaskell, Wendy Berry, Colin Chambers.
Mss

F51

Motet, Blessed Be The God. (Ephesians.) (S.AT.B.)
August 9, 1954.
Duration, 4½ minutes.
First Performance Morley College Concert, All Soul's Langham Place, conducted by the composer. December 14, 1954.
See No. 57

F52

Dance Scene. Opus 22.
2.2.2.2/4.2.3.1/Timpani, Percussion/Strings.
Duration, 11 minutes.
October/November, 1954.
First performance Stuttgart Opera Orchestra, conducted by Ferdinand Leitner, January 16 and 17, 1955.
First broadcast performance March 29, 1955, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Rudolph Schwarz.
Published by Schott's.

F53

Incidental Music, Clive of India.
October 1954.
Duration, 11 minutes.
Eleven numbers; for flute, English horn, horn, String Trio.
BBC Home Service, Saturday Night Theatre commission.
Recorded November 17,1954, directed by the composer.
Transmission (BBC Home Service) November 20, 1954.
Mss

F54

Nocturne-Scherzo for Piano Duet (Four Hands). Opus 23.
For Paul Hamburger and Liza Fuchsova.
Novermber 1954 - December 1954.
Duration, 9 minutes.
First performance Wigmore Hall, Hamburger/Fuchsova, January 18, 1955.
First broadcast performance BBC Third Programme, Hamburger/Fuchsova, May 9, 1957.
Published by Schott's.

F55

Sonata for Horn and Piano. Opus 24.
For Denis Brain.
i. Con Moto.
ii. Scherzo - Presto.
iii. Invocation.
Duration, 14 minutes.
January 1 to March 5, 1955.
First performance South Place Concert, Denis Brain, Harry Isaacs. March 20, 1955.
First broadcast performance BBC Third Programme, Brain, Wilfred Parry. August 4, 1956.
Published by Schott's.
Recorded by Ifor James and John McCabe, Golden Guinea, GSGC 14087

F56 

Three Movements for Viola Solo. Opus 25.
Written for the Darmstadt Ferienkurse, 1955.
i. Introduction ( Exposition).
ii. Fantasia I (Rhythms).
iii. Fantasia II (Lines).
Duration, 11 minutes.
February-March 15,1955.
First performance Darmstadt, Karl Zug, May 31, 1955.
Mss
Note: This work was withdrawn, and the opus number given to the Elegy; see No. 58. It was however later reinstated, and revised (without opus member).

F57

Motet, God Was So Rich In Mercy. (S.A.T.B.)
April, 1955.
Duration, 4 minutes.
First performance Morley College Concert, St. Thomas, Regent Street, conducted by the composer, June 11, 1955. (With No. 51.)
First broadcast performance BBC Home Service, Morley College Choir, conducted by the composer, March 9, 1956. (With No. 51.)
Mss

F58

Elegy, The Tomb of St. Eulalia, for Counter Tenor, Viola da Gamba, and harpsichord. Opus 25.
For Alfred Deller.
Latin Verses by Predentius.
April, 1955.
Duration, 9 minutes.
First performance Wigmore Hall, Alfred Deller, Desmond Dupre, George Malcolm, September 21, 1955.
First broadcast performance BBC Third Programme, Deller/Dupre/Malcolm, August 11, 1956.
Published by Schott's.

F59

Trio for Two Clarinets and Bassoon.
For the Morley College Wind Ensemble.
First three movements, June, 1955.
Fourth movement completed January 27, 1956.
Duration, 14 minutes.
First performance (first three movements), Morley College, June 4, 1955. Alan Baker, Denis Bloodworth, John Clayton.
First complete performance Tiffin Boys School, Alan Baker, Denis Bloodworth, Walter Wurzberger, February 27, 1956.
Mss

F60

Four Sonnets for Piano.
June 3-9, 1955.
Duration, 4½ minutes.
First performance Margaret Kitchin, Scandinavian Tour, February, 1956
First broadcast performance BBC Third Programme, August 15, 1956, Margaret Kitchin.
Published by Schott's

F61

Litany for Double String Orchestra. Opus 26.
July 14, 1955 to September 14, 1955.
Duration, 16 minutes.
First performance Cheltenham Festival, July 18, 1956, Halle Orchestra, conducted by John Barbirolli.
First broadcast performance London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Norman Del Mar, January 29, 1956, BBC Third Programme.
Published by Schott's.

F62

Musick's Empire, for chorus and small orchestra. Opus 27.
Words by Andrew Marvell.
For the Morley College Choir.
August 7, 1955 to December 28, 1955.
Duration, 13 minutes.
First performance St. Pancras Town Hall, Leppard Orchestra and Morley College Choir, conducted by the composer. May 15, 1956.
Published by Schott's.

F63

Suite for Recorders. (Two trebles and one tenor.)
Completed January 5, 1956.
i. Poco Allegretto.
ii. Con Moto.
iii. Allegro.
Duration, 5½ minutes.
First performance Society of Recorder Players, Queen Mary Hall. (Bergmann, McMullen, Hume), March 3,
1956.
Published by Schott's.

F64

Orchestral Fantasie.
Written as contribution to Divertmento for Mozart (Variations on a theme of Mozart) for the Donaueschingen Festival, 1956.
Duration, 2½ minutes.
Completed February 3, 1956.
First performance Donaueschingen, SudWestFunk Orchestra, conducted by Hans Rosbaud, October 21, 1956.
Published by Schott/Universal.

F65

Choral for Organ.
February 4 to March 3, 1956.
Duration, 9 minutes.
First performance Hugh McLean, St. James Church, Piccadilly, (Tenison Music Club), March 24, 1956.
First broadcast performance BBC Third Programme, Philip Dore, July 1, 1956.
Published by Schott's.

F66

The Death of Vivien, for radio.
Words translated from Old French, by Rene Hague.
BBC Commission.
Completed April 22, 1956.
Duration, 70 minutes.
Recorded April 28 to May 4, 1956, the composer conducting. Producer, Douglas Cleverdon.
First transmissions, May 6 and 9, 1956.
Mss

F67

Suite for Harpsichord.
Completed June 27, 1956. (Ischia/London.)
Commissioned by the Dartington Summer School.
In five movements.
Duration, 10 minutes.
First performance George Malcolm, Dartington Summer School, August 14, 1956.
First broadcast performance BBC, May 15, 1961, Ruth Dyson.
Published by Schott's.

F68

Sonata for Cello and Piano. Opus 28.
BBC commission, for the tenth birthday of the Third Programme.
For Sir William Walton.
Begun Ischia, May 1956, completed London, August 26, 1956.
Duration, 16 minutes.
First performance BBC Third Programme, Amaryllis Fleming, Gerald Moore, October 14, 1956.
Published by Schott's.
Recorded by Julian Lloyd Webber and John McCabe, L'Oiseau-Lyre DSLO 18.

F69

(a) Mary Is A Lady Bright, Christmas Carol.
For the Elizabethan Singers.
September 1-2, 1956.
Words 14th/15th century.
Duration, 2½ minutes.
(b) In Excelsis Gloria. Christmas Carol.
For the Elizabethan Singers.
Words 14th/15th century.
September, 1956.
Duration, 1½ minutes.
First performance Elizabethan Singers, Royal Festival Hall, December 14, 1956.
Published by Oxford University Press.

F70

Oratorio, The Vision of Judgement. Opus 29.
For tenor, soprano, chorus and orchestra.
For the Leeds Festival, 1958.
Completed September 4,1958.
3.3:3.3/4.4.3.1/2 Timpani, 5 Percussion/2 Harps, Organ/Strings/Trumpet and Trombone Choirs.
Duration, 50 minutes. First performance and broadcast performance, Leeds Town Hall, Claire Watson, John Dobson, Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by John Pritchard, October 13, 1958.
Published by Schott's.

F71

New Horizons. ITV Science Series. (Directed Jacob Bronowski.)
Opening and closing music.
January 15-16, 1958.
Clarinet, trumpet, trombone, bass and percussion.
Duration, 3 minutes.
Recorded ITV Studios, January 17, 1958, conducted by the composer.
Mss

F72

Octet, Opus 30.
For the Virtuoso Ensemble.
Flute, clarinet, horn, bassoon, violin, viola, cello and bass.
October 1957 to January 23, 1958.
i. Recitative and Toccata.
ii. Nocturne.
iii. Scherzetto.
iv. Canto.
v. Finale.
Duration, 21½ minutes.
First performance Wigmore Hall, Virtuoso Ensemble, February 14, 1958.
First broadcast performance BBC, Virtuoso Ensemble, April 24, 1958.
Published by Schott's.

F73

Variations for Piano. Opus 31.
September 14, 1957 to February 3, 1958
Duration, 12½ minutes.
First performance Leeds University, Margaret Kitchin, February 17, 1958.
(?) First broadcast performance BBC, Robin Harrison, April 3, 1970.
Published by Schott's.

F74

Fourteen Aubades (Dawn Interludes) for Piano.
Commissioned by the BBC European Service.
January/February 1958
Duration, 14 minutes.
Recorded by Robert Collett for the BBC, March 24, 1958.
Published by Schott's. (Written as interludes for early morning news broadcasts.)

F75

Music for film the Inquisitive Giant. (Subject, Jodrell Bank telescope.)
For Central Office of Information. (Anvil Films)
Duration, 23 minutes.
Recorded Beaconsfield Studios, March 4,1958. Sinfonia of London, conducted by Marcus Dods.
Mss

F76

Music for film, Atomic Energy.
For Rayant Films, Central Office of Information.
Duration, 14 minutes.
Completed August 27, 1958.
Recorded August 29, 1958. Beaconsfield Studios. Pro Arte Orchestra, conducted by John Wooldridge.
Mss

F77

Music for film Das Island (Subject, oil drilling).
For British Petroleum (World-Wide Pictures).
Completed, September 18, 1958.
Duration, 22 minutes.
Recorded Beaconsfield Studios, September 19, 1958. Sinfonia of London, conducted by Marcus Dods.
Mss

F78

Fanfares (4 trumpets, 3 trombones, 2 percussion) and arrangement of the National Anthem, for the opening of the new Morley College buildings by the Queen Mother.
Completed September 26, 1958.
Duration, 4 minutes.
First performance October 29, 1958, conducted by the composer.
Mss

F79

Waltz for Restricted Orchestra.
For the Hoffnung Interplanetary Festival.
(For reeds, mouthpieces, strings col legno, etc.)
Completed November 9,1958.
First performance November 21, 1958. Royal Festival Hall, conducted by Norman Del Mar.
Mss
Score retained by Gerard Hoffnung.

F80

Comedy Overture. Opus 32.
For Denis Richards.
(Written for the opening concert of the new Morley College concert hall.)
2.2.2.2/2.2.0.0/Timpani/Strings.
Completed November 23, 1958.
Duration, 4½ minutes.
First performance Morley College Orchestra, conducted by the composer, November 1958.
Published by Schott's.

F81

Toccata for Piano and Orchestra. Opus 33.
Commissioned by the Liverpool Orchestra for the International Piano Concerto Competition, May, 1959
December, 1958 to February 9, 1959.
2.2.2.2/4.2.3.0/Timpani, Percussion/Strings.
Duration, 12 minutes.
First performance and first broadcast performance Valery Lloyd, Liverpool Orchestra, conducted by John Pritchard, November 13, 1959.
Published by Schott's.

F82

Music for film An Artist Looks at Churches.
British Transport Films.
Direction and commentary, John Piper.
Flute, oboe, trumpet, harp, 6 violins, 4 violas, 3 cellos, double bass.
Recorded at Beaconsfield Studios, May 6, 1959, Sinfonia of London, conducted by the composer.
Mss

F83

Lemons and Hieroglyphs. (Music for radio play.)
Words by Peter Garvey.
For Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Producer, Gerald Newman, music producer, Hugh McClean.
Introduction and 6 songs, for S.A.T.B. soloists, harpsichord and string quartet.
Completed August 21, 1959.
Duration, 13 minutes.
Recording August 31, 1959.
Mss

F84

Pastorale for Organ.
August 22-30, 1959.
Duration, 5 minutes.
First performance dates not known.
Published by Schott's.
Recorded by Francis Jackson, Alpha Records, AVM 014.
Donald Hunt, Abbey Records, LPB 738.
Robert Weddle, Vista Records, VPS 1021.

F85

Cantata, Colet.
Chorus, soloists, orchestra.
For St. Paul's School, 450th Anniversary.
Vocal Score completed, September 23, 1959.
Full score completed November 15, 1959.
Duration, 13 minutes.
First performance St. Paul's School, conducted by Ivor Davies, December 16, 1959.
Mss

F86

Serenade No. 1. Opus 34.
Flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, harp, viola, cello.
For the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Gerald Newman, producer.
October 1959.
Duration, 10 minutes.
First performance CBC Vancouver, December 1959.
First British performance Purcell Room, Virtuoso Ensemble, April 23, 1970.
Mss

F87

Trio for flute, oboe and piano. (Serenade No. 2.) Opus 35.
For the Mabillon Trio (William Bennett, Philip Jones, Susan Bradshaw.)
Completed December 28, 1959.
Duration, 11½ minutes.
First performance Wigmore Hall, January 11, 1960, Mabillon Trio.
(?) First broadcast performance 1966 or 1967. BBC. (Galway, Wickens, Constable.)
Published by Schott's.

F88

Wedding Processional, for Organ.
Written for Geoffrey Shippey.
Completed April 18, 1960.
Dedicated to Geoffrey and Gillian [nee Dyson].
First performance Magdelene College Chapel, Cambridge, Donald Paine, April 30, 1960.
Published by Schott's.

F89

Symphony No. 3. Opus 36.
For the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
3.2.3.2./4.2.3.0/Timpani/Strings.
i. Allegro furioso.
ii. Lento.
iii. Presto.
iv. Finale.
June 28 to October 15, 1960.
(Score prepared by Joan Littlejohn.)
Duration, 31 minutes.
First performance and First broadcast performance Royal Festival Hall, London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by John Pritchard, November 5, 1960.
Published by Schott's.

[See No. 94 for Opus 37.]

F90

Twelve Studies for Piano. Opus 38.
Commissioned by the Cheltenham Festival.
Dedicated to Lamar Crowson.
May/June 1961.
Duration, 24 minutes.
First performance Cheltenham Town Hall, Lamar Crowson, July 9, 1961.
First broadcast performance not known.
Published by Schott's.
Recorded Lamar Crowson, Argo RG 328.

F91

Incidental Music for Shakespeare, King John. For the Old Vic.
2 trumpets, horn, trombone, flute, harp, percussion.
Duration, approximately 10 minutes.
July/August 1961.
First performance Edinburgh Festival. Producer, Peter Potter, Music Director, John Lambert. August 28, 1961.
First London performance Old Vic., September 19, 1961.
Mss

F92

O Mistress Mine. (Shakespeare)
For tenor and guitar.
1¼ minutes.
For Peter Pears.
August 17-19, 1961.
First performance date not known.
Recorded Peter Pears and Julian Bream, RCA Victor LM-2718/LSC-2718.
Published by Schott's.

F93

Theme for Jazz Variations.
For John Dankworth and the BBC Third Programme.
March 10/11, 1962.
Recorded for the BBC early April, 1962. Alan Clare, Kenny Ball's Band, John Dankworth small and large bands.
Mss

F94

Cantata for Tenor and Chamber Ensemble. Opus 37.
For Peter Pears.
January 1961, completed May 1962.
Flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon, 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass.
Words from And Man, William Saroyan.
First performance and First broadcast performance Aldeburgh Festival, Peter Pears, Melos Ensemble, conducted by the composer, June 21, 1962.
Published by Schott's

F95

Two Carols.
i. A Babe Is Born.
ii. The First Christmas.
1962.
Duration, 4 minutes.
Novello's.

F96

O Longs Desirs. Five Songs for soprano and orchestra. Opus 39.
Comissioned by the BBC for the Promenade Concerts, 1963.
2.2.3.3/4.2.3.1/Timpani, Percussion/Strings.
Completed July 13, 1963.
Texts, Louise Labe.
Duration, 21 minutes.
First performance Albert Hall, London, Catherine Gayer, BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the composer.
Published by Schott's.

F97

Arrangement of extracts from Matyas Seiber's ballet The Invitation, for Canadian Television. Producer, Allen King.
Flute/piccolo, clarinet/bass clarinet, horn, violin, viola, cello, double bass, piano, percussion.
Duration, 6½ minutes.
Completed December 12, 1963.
Recorded January 9, 1964, Olympic Studios. Virtuoso Ensemble, conducted by the composer.
Mss

F98

Introduction and Postlude to Othello, Act 1, Scene 3.
For Rostrum Concerts, (Shakespeare 400th Anniversary.)
Full Orchestra.
Completed April 17, 1964.
Duration, 1½ minutes.
First performance Royal Festival Hall, Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Lawrence Leonard. April 4, 1964
Speaker, Sir Donald Wolfit.
Mss (Lost.)

F99

Fanfare for Thaxted.
Flute, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns.
Completed May 31, 1964.
Mss (Lost.)

F100

Flourish for Brass Choir.
For the Brass Ensemble of the University of California at Santa Barbara.
Director, Maurice Faulkner.
3 trumpets, 4 horns, 3 trombones, tuba, timpani, 2 percussion.
Completed January 25, 1965.
Duration, 4 minutes.
First performance Stanford University, April, 1965.
Mss

F101

Vocalise for soprano and piano.
For Barbara Kinsey.
Completed February 7, 1965.
Duration, 4 minutes.
First performance Westmont College, Santa Barbara, April 25, 1965, Barbara Kinsey, Todd Crow.
Published in The Vocal Sound, Barbara Kinsey Sable. Prentice Hall, Inc., 1982.

F102

Ricercare for Organ. Opus 40.
For the organ of St. Michaelskirke, Zwolle, Holland.
Completed March 20, 1965.
Duration, 8½ minutes.
First performance Zwolle, Albert de Klerk, June 1965,
First British performance Royal Festival Hall, Albert de Klerk, October 1965.
First broadcast performance BBC, Alan Harverson, February 1967.
Published by Schott's.

F103

Commissary Report. For Men's Voices.
For the University of California, Santa Barbara, Men's Glee Club, Director, Carl Zytowski.
Completed April 3, 1965.
Duration, 2 minutes.
Words by Stoddard King.
First performance University of California, Santa Barbara, April 11, 1965.
Mss

F104

Four Dialogues for oboe and piano. Opus 41.
For Clayton Wilson.
Completed July 14, 1965.
Duration, 10½ minutes.
First performance on concert tour of Eastern U.S. by Clayton Wilson and Irving Eisley. October 1965
First British and broadcast performances Janet Craxton, BBC, February 15, 1967.
Published by Oxford University Press.

F105

Four Songs for high voice and piano. Opus 42.
Texts by Andreas Gryphius (1616-1664).
i. An Mariam.
ii. Uber die Erdkugel.
iii. Uber die Himmelskugel.
iv. Betrachtung der Zeit.
For Barbara Kinsey.
September 16-October 7, 1965.
Duration, 7½ minutes.
First performance University of California, Santa Barbara, Barbara Kinsey, Todd Crow, November 1965.
First broadcast performance Bayerischer Rundfunk, Carl Zytowski, July 4, 1970.
Published by Serenissima Music.
[See No. 107]

F106

Fanfare.
For Dorothy Westra.
2 trumpets, 2 horns, 2 trombones, tuba.
October 26, 1965.
Duration, 2 minutes.
First performance Trinity Episcopal Church, Santa Barbara. (Dedication of new organ by Bishop Rusack, of Los Angeles.)
Mss

F107

Orchestration of No. 105, Opus 42a.
Completed November 7, 1965.
2.2.2.2/4.2.3.0/Harp, Timpani/Strings.
First performance Campbell Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara, Barbara Kinsey, UCSB Symphony, conducted by Erno Daniel. March 23, 1966.
Published by Serenissima Music.

F108

Symphony No. 4, Opus 43.
In Memoriam, Matyas Seiber
Commissioned by the Feeney Trust.
3.3.3.3/4.3.3.1/Timpani, 2 percussion/Strings.
February 1964 to June 1966.
Duration 34 minutes
First performance Cheltenham, February 14, 1967. City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Hugo Rignold.
First broadcast performance same forces, February 15, 1967.
Revised. November, 1978 to June 11, 1979.
Published by Schott's

F109

Threefold Amen.
Written at Riverside, California, for the University of California Intercampus Student Art Festival.
April 2-3, 1966. 2 pianos, horn, percussion, flute, clarinet, bassoon, String Quartet, five part
chorus.
Duration, 3½ minutes.
First performance Riverside, April 5, 1966, conducted by the composer.
Mss

F110

Five Canons, for 2 flutes and 2 oboes (or 2 clarinets.)
For Anne Anderson.
April 22 to May 3, 1966.
Duration, 8 minutes.
First performance University of California, Santa Barbara, May 22, 1967. (Burnett Atkinson, Charlotte Brown, Clayton Wilson, Donna Marsh.)
Published by British and Continental.

F111

Fantasy for Viola and Piano. Opus 44.
For Peter Mark and Landon Young.
Completed May 30, 1966.
Duration, 13 minutes.
First performance Campbell Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara, Peter Mark and Landon Young, July 8, 1966.
First broadcast performance Norwegian Radio, April 1972, Peter Mark, Thea Musgrave.
Mss

F112

Three Scenes for Orchestra. Opus 45.
For the All-California High School Symphony, directed Maurice Faulkner.
4.4.4.4/6.4.3.1/Timpani, Percussion/Strings.
July to October, 1966.
Duration, 16 minutes.
i. Nocturne
ii. Dance
iii. March-Ostinato.
First performance February 26, 1967, Lobero Theater, Santa Barbara, California High School Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Chapple.
Revised and reorchestrated 1977. 3.3.3.3/4.3.3.l/Timpani, 3 percussion/Strings.

F113

The Day And The Spirits. Opus 46.
Song Cycle for soprano and harp.
Completed June 9, 1967.
Texts from Primitive Song, C. M. Bowra.
Duration, 15 minutes.
For Dorothy Westra.
First performance Samarkand, Santa Barbara, November 4, 1967. Dorothy Westra and Sue Balderston.
First British performance Noelle Barker and Skaila Kanga, Purcell Room, April 23, 1970.
Mss

F114

Ave Maris Stella. Opus 48.
For Male Voices and piano.
Completed November 10, 1967.
Duration, 8 minutes.
For Carl Zytowski and the Schubertians of the University of California, Santa Barbara.
First performance February/March 1968 on concert tour of Bakersfield, Santa Maria, Santa Paula.
Mss

F115

Seven Counterpoints for Orchestra. Opus 47.
For Ronald Ondrejka and the University of California, Santa Barbara Symphony.
Completed July 17, 1967.
Duration, 18 minutes.
2.2.2.2/2.2.2.0/Timpani/Strings.
(Note: Movements 1, 3, 5 and 7 are orchestrations of the Four Fughettas of Opus 2; Movements 2, 4 and 6 are added canons.)
First performance October 21, 1967. Pasadena Symphony, conducted Ronald Ondrejka.
Mss

F116

Refrains for Solo Oboe. Opus 49.
For Clayton Wilson.
Completed January 23, 1968.
Duration, 5 minutes.
First performance Santa Barbara Music Society, Clayton Wilson, March 10, 1968.
First British and broadcast performances BBC, Sarah Francis, January 15, 1970.
Published by Oxford University Press.

F117.

Magnificat. Opus 50.
For soprano, alto and tenor soloists, chorus and orchestra.
Vocal score completed March 10, 1968. Full score, May 9.
Duration, 23 minutes.
For the University of California, on the occasion of the Centenary of the University.
First performance Campbell Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara. May 27, 1968. Barbara Kinsey, Lorraine Gardner, Carl Zytowski, University Choirs and orchestra conducted by Ronald Ondrejka.
Mss

F118

Episodes I for piano. Opus 51.
December 7 to February 16, 1968.
For Landon Young.
Duration, 8¼ minutes.
First performance November 25, 1968. Los Angeles County Museum (ISCM Monday Evening concerts.)
Landon Young.
First British performance Purcell Room, April 23, 1970, Landon Young.
J. Albert, Sydney.

F119

Concertante No. 4, for flute, oboe, violin and strings. Opus 52.
February 10 to 12, 1968. Duration, 12½ minutes.
For Cowell College, University of California, Santa Cruz.
First performance Santa Cruz. Burnett Atkinson, Clayton Wilson, Stefan Krayk, conducted by the composer.
Mss

F120

Trio (Canon/Ostinato) for organ.
March 4 to May 19, 1968. Revised May 26, 1968.
Duration, 1 minute 40 seconds.
Published by Oxford University Press.

F121

Six Short Pieces for organ. Opus 53.
May 24 to July 28, 1968
i. Declamation.
ii. Eclogue.
iii. Little Hymn.
iv. Panache.
v. Dialogue.
vi. Fanfare.
Duration, 11 minutes.
First performance Albert Campbell, Trinity Episcopal Church, Santa Barbara, November 17, 1968.
Published by Augsburg.

F122

Cantilena and Cabaletta for solo soprano. Opus 54.
For Barbara Kinsey.
Begun November 1967, completed August 1, 1968.
Duration, 6 minutes.
No performance record available.
Mss

F123

Toccata, Gladius Domini, for organ. Opus 55.
For Alec Wyton and the Church of St. John The Divine, New York City.
"Gladius Domini super terram cite et velociter" (Savonarola).
August 15 to October 27, 1968. Revision completed January 13, 1969.
Duration, 10 minutes.
First performance Royal Festival Hall, London, Gillian Weir, January 1970.
First European performance Magadino, Switzerland, Gillian Weir, June 21, 1970.
First American performance Alec Wyton, St. John The Divine, New York, July 26, 1970
First broadcast performance BBC, Gillian Weir, September 24, 1973.
Published by Augsburg.

F124

Some Superior Nonsense. Opus 56.
Text, Morgenstem, translated by Max Knight.
For Carl Zytowski.
For tenor, flute, oboe, cello, harpsicord.
December 17, 1968 to January 4, 1969.
Duration, 9½ minutes.
First performance Lotte Lehmann Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara. Carl Zytowski, Burnett Atkinson, Clayton Wilson, Geoffrey Rutkowski, John Gillespie, February 26, 1969, directed by the composer.
Mss

F125

Serenade No. 3, for saxophone quartet. Opus 57.
Soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophones.
November 14, 1968 to March 13, 1969.
Duration, 10¼ minutes.
No first performance record available.
Mss

F126

Episodes II for piano. Opus 58.
For Landon Young.
March 14, 1969 to September 6, 1969.
Duration, 6¼ minutes.
First performance University of Sussex, England, Landon Young, April 19, 1970.
Published by J. Albert, Sydney.

F127

Three Arguments for bassoon and cello. Opus 59.
For David Barton and Janet Scarberry.
February 13, 1969 to September 22, 1969.
Duration, 7 minutes.
First performance Lotte Lehmann Hall, University of California. Santa Barbara. October 17, 1969. David Barton and Janet Scarberry.
Published by Breitkopf and Hartel.
Recorded by Roy Christensen and Otto Eifert, Gasparo GS-108CX.

F128

Carillon Music I.
For Ennis Fruhauf.
Completed November 17, 1969.
Duration, 3 minutes.
First performance University of California, Santa Barbara, Ennis Fruhauf, February 20, 1970.
Mss

F129

Praeludium for organ. Opus 60.
Commissioned by the Anglo-Austrian Society of London for Anton Heiller.
September 24, 1969 to December 25, 1969.
Duration, 10 minutes.
First performance Royal Festival Hall, London, David Sawyer, November 25, 1970.
First US performance Trinity Church, Santa Barbara, Albert Campbell, May 11, 1971.
Published by Oxford University Press.

F130

Carillon Music II (Three Variants).
Completed January 4, 1970.
Duration, 3¼ minutes.
First performance University of California, Santa Barbara, Ennis Fruhauf, February 20, 1979.
Mss

F131

Paseo for guitar. Opus 61.
For Julian Bream.
January 24, 1970 to March 2, 1970.
Duration, 9½ minutes.
First performance Aldeburgh Festival, Julian Bream, June 9, 1970.
Published by Faber Music.

F132

The Roofs, for coloratura soprano and percussion. Opus 62.
For Dorothy Dorow.
Text W. S. Merwin, from the New Yorker, April 18, 1970.
July 9, 1970 to September 24, 1970.
Duration, 25 minutes.
First performance and first broadcast performance BBC, Dorothy Dorow and Tristram Fry, recorded, June 29, 1973.
Transmission September 27, 1973.
Rewritten version for soprano, timpani and percussionist, completed December 24, 1986.
Mss

F133

Ich will meine Seele tauchen.
For baritone and piano.
Text, Heine.
For Floyd Rigby.
November 1970.
Duration, 2 minutes.
First performance April 10, 1971, Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, Floyd Rigby, Michael Mitchell.
Mss

F134

Sarabande, In Memoriam Igor Stravinsky. For solo cello.
Requested by Benjamin Boretz, editor of Perspectives of New Music.
April 9, 1971.
Duration, 4 minutes.
First performance Geoffrey Rutkowski, Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara, June 1, 1971.
Published in Perspectives of New Music.

F135

Nocturne for Chamber Orchestra. Opus 63.
Commissioned by the Arts Council of Great Britain for the Cheltenham Festival.
1.2.0.2/2.2.0.0/Timpani/Strings.
Completed May 6, 1971.
Duration, 9¼ minutes.
First performance Cheltenham Festival, English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Wilfrid Boettcher, July 8, 1971.
Published by Faber Music.

F136

Intrada for Organ. Opus 64.
For Alun Hoddinott and the University of Wales at Cardiff.
August 4 to September 14, 197l.
Duration, 5½ minutes.
First performance Cardiff Festival, Gillian Weir, March 16, 1972.
Published by Faber Music.

F137A

A Bourree, for Sir Arthur Bliss on his eightieth birthday.
For solo cello.
Requested by the Composers' Guild of Great Britain for a birthday book.
October 5 to 10, 1971.
Duration, 3½ minutes.
First performance details not available.
Mss
[Note: Nos. 134 and 137 make up Two Tributes for solo cello.]

F138

Concertante No. 5 for piano and string quartet. Opus 65.
Commissioned by the California Professional MUSIC Teachers' Association.
Completed December 18, 1971.
Duration, 10 minutes.
First performance Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara, January 29, 1972.
Lessia Bodnar-Horton, Stefan Krayk, Pat Aiken, Peter Mark, Geoffrey Rutkowski, conducted by the composer.
Mss

F139

Introitus for Orchestra. Opus 66.
Commissioned by Alfred Deller for the Stour Festival.
2.2.0.2/1.2.0.0/Timpani/Strings.
Completed March 24, 1972.
Duration, 11 minutes.
First performance Canterbury Cathedral, Aureum Musicum, conducted by the composer, June 24, 1972.
Published by Faber Music.

F140

Come Sleep. Opus 67.
For contralto, alto flute, bass clarinet.
For Tony Friese-Greene.
Text, Sir Philip Sidney.
April 15 to August 17, 1972.
Duration, 5½ minutes.
First performance Arizona State University (Western Region Conference, American Society of University Composers). Peggy Castle, November 17, 1972.
First broadcast performance BBC, Sybil Michelow, William Bennett, Thea King, August 19, 1973.
Mss

F141

Fanfare for Europe, for solo trumpet.
October 4, 1972.
For the Park Lane Group.
Duration, 3 minutes.
First performance Purcell Room, London, (Park Lane concert.) January, 1973.
Mss

F142

Ballade for flute and piano. Opus 68.
June to November 29, 1972.
Duration, 12 minutes.
First performance Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara. Burnett Atkinson, Emma Lou Diemer, October 14, 1973.
Published by Ramsey Music.
Recorded by Fiona Wilkinson and Jack Behrens on Orion ORS 83445.

F143

Seven Little Songs, for four part chorus. Opus 69.
Texts, Holderlin, translated Michael Hamburger.
For Dorothy Westra and the UCSB Chamber Singers.
Duration, 10 minutes.
December 20 to 27, 1972.
i. Summer.
ii. Conviction.
iii. Autumn.
iv. Home.
v. Winter.
vi. Then and Now.
vii. Spring.
First performance Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara, May 6, 1973, UCSB Chamber Singers, directed Dorothy Westra.
Ramsey Music.

F144

Gigue for solo Cello.
For Geoffrey Rutkowski.
Completed February 20, 1973.
First performance details not available.
Mss

F145

The Groves of Dodona. Opus 70.
For flute choir. (4 flutes, alto flute, bass flute.)
For Burnett Atkinson and the UCSB Flute Choir.
Completed May 1, 1973. Final copy, August 7, 1973.
Duration, 8 minutes.
First performance Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara, November 11, 1973, UCSB Flute Choir.
Published by Ramsey Music.

F146

Zefiro Torna.
Madrigal, S.S.A.T.B.
Text, Petrarch.
For Denis Stevens and the Accademia Monteverdiana.
Completed February 17, 1974.
Duration, 2½ minutes.
See No. 148.

F147

Spirit Puck. Opus 71.0
For clarinet and percussion.
For Philip Rehfeldt and Barney Childs.
March 17 to May 18, 1974.
Duration, 7½ minutes.
First performance Rehfeldt, Childs, Albuquerque, New Mexico, American Society of University Composers conference. November 15, 1974.
Mss
Revised October 18, 1979.

F148

Se Lamentar Augelli.
Madrigal, S.S.A.T.B.
Text Petrarch.
For Denis Stevens and the Accademia Monteverdiana.
Completed July 30, 1974. Final copy, September 5, 1974.
Duration, 3 minutes.
First performance (with No. 146) Tully Hall, New York, Accademia Monteverdiana, directed Denis Stevens, April 20, 1975
Mss

F149

Courante for solo cello.
For Humphrey and Fiona Searle.
Completed August 5, 1974.
First performance details not available.
Mss

F150

Mirabilem Misterium. Carol, S.AT.B.
Medieval text.
Completed September 25, 1974.
Duration, 2 minutes
First performance Louis Halsey Singers. (Date not known).
First BBC recording, Halsey Singers, June 27/28, 1978.
Published by Ramsey Music.

F151

Trio Sonata for organ. Opus 72.
For Allan Wicks.
August 14 to November 28, 1974.
Duration, 12 minutes.
i. Prelude.
ii. Fugue.
iii. Fantasia.
First performance details not available.
Published by Ramsey Music.

F152

Third String Quartet. Opus 73.
Dedicated to Elliott Carter, In Admiration.
Begun summer 1974. Draft completed November 28, 1976. Final Score completed December 23, 1976.
Duration, 22 minutes.
i. Lento - piu mosso.
ii. Allegro Feroce.
iii. Adagio.
iv. Allegro inquieto.
v. Variations.
First performance and First broadcast performance Cheltenham Festival, Chilingirian Quartet, July 19, 1984.
Published by Schott's.

F153

Symphony No. 5, for Organ and Orchestra. Opus 74.
Commissioned by the BBC for the Twentieth Anniversary of the Royal Festival Hall.
"Dedicated to the many fine musicians with whom I have worked so happily in the Royal Festival Hall."
3.3.3.3/4.3.3.1/Timpani, 3 Percussion/Organ/Strings.
First performance and first broadcast performance Royal Festival Hall, Gillian Weir, BBC Symphony, conducted by Colin Davis, May 5, 1976.
Published by Schott's.

F154

Invention for organ (manuals only).
May 29 to June 6, 1976.
Duration, 2 minutes.
First performance details not available.
Published by Oxford University Press.

F155

Little Toccata for Organ (manuals only).
June 6 to 25, 1976
Duration, 1¾ minutes.
First performance in New York, John Kuzma, September 1976.
See No. 167.

F156

Seachant, for flute and double bass. Opus 75
For Bertram and Nancy Turetsky.
June 15 to July 29, 1976.
Duration, 7½ minutes.
First performance University of California, Irvine, Nancy and Bertram Turetsky, February 18, 1977.
First broadcast performance BBC, July 12,1977, Turetskys.
Published by Ramsey Music.

F157

Sinfonia for Seventeen Wind Instruments. Opus 76.
For the University of Sydney.
In Memoriam Benjamin Bntten.
3 flutes, 2 oboes, English horn, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, 3 trombones.
December 14, 1976 to January 9, 1977.
Duration, 11½ minutes.
First performance University of Sydney, Peter Platt directing. May 11, 1977.
First US performance Santa Barbara Symphony, conducted by Ronald Ondrejka, May 14, 1978.
First broadcast performance Aldeburgh Festival, English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by the composer, June 17, 1978.
Published by Ramsey Music.

F158

Two Songs for baritone and piano.
Texts, T.E. Hulme. For Michael Ingham.
i. Above the Dock, February 1, 1977.
ii. The Embankment. Completed January 30, 1977.
First performance Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara, Michael Ingham, Carolyn Horn, April 7, 1978.
Published by Serenissima Music.

F159

A Wish For a Party. For Male Voices.
Text St. Bridget(?).
For the UCSB Schubertians, directed by Carl Zytowski.
May 11 to June 6, 1977.
Duration, 4 minutes.
First performance Centennial House, University of California, Santa Barbara, August 6, 1977.
Mss
Revised May/June 1986.

F160

Anniversary, for piano. Opus 77.
For Colin Kingsley.
Commissioned by the Scottish Arts Council.
January 18 to July 13, 1977.
Duration, 24 minutes.
First performance Cheltenham Festival, Colin Kingsley, July 16, 1978.
Published by Ramsey Music.

F161

Sonata for Two Pianos. Opus 78.
For Antony Lindsay and Simon Young.
June 16 to November 13, 1977.
i. Dialogue.
ii. Moto Perpetuo.
iii. Ricercare.
iv. Variations.
Duration, 22 minutes.
First performance Bishopgate, Lindsay and Young, February 7, 1978.
First US performance Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara, Wendell Nelson and Majorie Nelson, November 9, 1978.
Published by Schott.

F162

Serenade No. 4 for 3 B flat clarinets and bass clarinet. Opus 79.
For Neil Garland and the Milton Ensemble.
November 14, 1977 to December 29, 1977.
Duration, 11 minutes.
First performance Darlington, the Milton Ensemble, January 3, 1979.
Published by Ramsey Music.

F163

Elegy for violin and cello.
[For Roger Grove.]
November 6-7, 1978.
Duration, 2 minutes.
See No. 165.

F164

Laudi Concertati, for Organ and Orchestra. Opus 80.
For Gillian Weir.
January 1 to September 26, 1979.
Duration, 32 minutes.
Part I. Entry and Celebration.
Part II. Transformation.
First performance and First broadcast performance Royal Festival Hall, London, Gillian Weir, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Michael Gielen, December 5, 1979.
Published by Ramsey Music.

F165

Serenade No. 5, for violin and cello. Opus 81.
October 3 to December 29, 1979.
i. Prelude.
ii. Scherzino.
iii. Serenata.
iv. Elegy.
v. Postlude.
Note: The fourth movement is No. 163 in this catalogue.
Duration, 13½ minutes.
First performance Michelle MaKarski and Geoffrey Rutkowski, Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara, November 9, 1980.
Mss

F166

In Commendation of Music. Opus 82.
For soprano, recorder, harpsicord and viola da gamba.
In Memory of Alfred Deller.
Text by William Strode.
January 5 to April 15, 1980.
Duration, 10 minutes.
First performance Stour Festival, Boughton Aluph, England, June 25, 1980.
Mss

F167

Five Short Pieces for Organ. Opus 83.
i. Little Toccata (for manuals only) [see No. 155 in this catalogue].
ii. Meditation, March 1980.
iii. Scherzino, June 1980.
iv. Varied Ostinato, March/April 1980.
v. Ceremony, July 1980.
Duration, 11 minutes.
First complete performance First Presbyterian Church, Santa Barbara, Gillian Weir, November 2, 1980.
Published by Augsburg.

F168

Six Melodies de Francis Jammes. Opus 84.
For Carl Zytowski.
For tenor, violin, cello and piano.
July 7 to September 5, 1980.
i. Le village a midi.
ii. L'ecole.
iii. L'eglise etait calme.
iv. L'almanach.
v. Guadalupe de Alcaraz.
vi. La Salle a manger.
Duration, 16 minutes.
First performance Carl Zytowski, Stefan Krayk, Geoffrey Rutkowski, Peter, Yazbeck, Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara, November 7, 1980.
Mss

F169

Spells, for solo flute.
For Fiona Wilkinson.
i. Slow, December 20-21, 1980
ii. Fast, December 22-25, 1980.
Revised October to December 1981.
Duration, 5½ minutes.
First performance Recital Hall, University of Western Ontario, Fiona Wilkinson, October 29, 1981.
Published by Forsythe Music.
Recorded by Fiona Wilkinson on Orion ORS 83455.

F170

Bagatelles for clarinet and piano. Opus 85.
Completed June 27, 1981.
i. Prologue. Lento Sognando.
ii. Dramatic.
iii. Poco Allegro.
iv. Adagio - Epilogue.
Completed June 27, 1981.
Duration, 12½ minutes.
First performance McGill University, Canada, Robert Riesling, Jack Behrens, October 13, 1981.
First British performance Park Lane concert, London, Michael Wright, James Lisney, January 7, 1986.
Mss
Recorded by Robert Riesling and Jack Behrens, Orion ORS 83445.

F171

For Three (Serenade No. 6). Opus 86.
For the Trio Cannello.
Oboe/oboe d'amore, oboe/oboe d'amore/English horn, English horn.
July to November 1981. Final score December 30, 1981.
Duration, 15 minutes.
First performance Trio Cannello, London, November 18, 1982.
Mss

F172

Two Expressions for Piano.
For Jack Behrens.
October 10 to 20, 1981, written in London, Ontario.
Duration, 5¼ minutes.
First performance University of Western Ontario, Jack Behrens, October 29, 1981
First US performance Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara, Julia Strand, March 31, 1984.
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F173

Rondeaux for horn and orchestra. Opus 87.
For Ifor James. (Arts Council Commission.)
1.2.2.2/2.0.2.0/Harp/Strings.
Duration, 20 minutes.
First performance and First broadcast performance Cheltenham Festival, Ifor James, City of London Sinfonia, conducted by Richard Hickox, July 14, 1982
Published by Ramsey Music.

F174

Anthem, Rejoice in The Lord.
Chorus (S.A.T.B.) and organ.
Text from Psalm 33.
Completed November 18, 1983.
Duration, 6½ minutes.
No record available.
Published by Augsburg.

F175

Two Pieces for solo recorder.
For John Turner.
i. Alice's Dream. February 4, 1984.
ii. I'm Late. June 19, 1984.
Duration, 5½ minutes.
First performance of Alice's Dream, University of Manchester, March 1, 1984. John Turner.
First performance of both, Cheltenham Festival, July 18, 1984. John Turner.
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F176

Whispers At These Curtains. Oratorio. Opus 88.
For baritone boy's choir chorus and orchestra.
Commissioned by the Three Choirs Festival. (Elgar Commission.)
In Memoriam Humphrey Searle.
Texts from John Donne.
Completed April 10, 1984.
Duration, 50½ minutes.
First performance and first broadcast performance Three Choirs Festival, Worcester Cathedral. Stephen Roberts, BBC Philharmonic, conducted by Donald Hunt, August 23, 1984.
Published by Ramsey Music.

F177

Madrigals, for Brass Quintet. Opus 89
2 Trumpets, Horn, Trombone, Tuba.
For the Albany Brass Ensemble.
January 19 to 1une 4, 1984.
Duration, 15 minutes.
First performance Cheltenham Festival, Albany Brass Ensemble, July 21, 1984.
Published by Ramsey Music.

F178

Aspects of Evening, for cello and piano. Opus 90.
October 30, 1984 to February 26, 1985.
Duration, 13 minutes.
First performance Beijing Central Conservatory of Music, Wendell Nelson and Geoffrey Rutkowski, April 9, 1985.
First broadcast performance BBC Alexander Balllie, Piers Lane, March 20, 1989.
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F179

Concertino for St. Paul's Opus 91.
For the St. Pauls's Schools Chamber Orchestra.
Completed September 28,1985.
2.2.2.2/2.2.0.0/Timpani/Strings.
Duration, 20 minutes.
First performance Mercer's Hall, London, St. Paul's Schools Chamber Orchestra, conducted Jonathan Varcoe, November 12, 1985.
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F180

Recitative, Impromptu and Procession for Organ. Opus 92.
For Royston Havard, University of Wales, Cardiff.
Commissioned by the Welsh Arts Council. September 23 to November 9, 1985.
Duration, 10 minutes.
First performance St. David's Cathedral, Dyfed. Royston Havard, September 13, 1988.
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F181

Concerto for Orchestra. Opus 93.
Comissioned by the Arts Council of Great Britain for the Cheltenham Festival.
Completed May 20, 1986.
3.3.3.3/4.3.3.1/Timpani, 3 percussion/Strings.
Duration, 18½ minutes.
First performance and first broadcast performance Cheltenham Festival, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Litton. July 20, 1986.
Published by Ramsey Music.

F182

Second Sonata for Violin and Piano. Opus 94.
Completed June 21, 1987.
Duration, 23½ minutes.
First performance Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara, Ronald Copes, Brent McMunn, March 13, 1988.
First British performance Cardiff Festival, James Clark and Richard McMahon, November 23, 1988.
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F183

Six Diversions for Piano. Opus 95.
July 19 to October 17, 1987.
i. Pastorale.
ii. Alla Marcia.
iii. Waltz.
iv. Passacaglia
v. Fast and Light.
vi. Parade.
No performance details available.
Published by Fentone Music.

F184

Arietta for Karl [Geiringer].
For tenor, flute, violin, viola and cello.
November 13 to 22, 1987
Text supplied by Carl Zytowski, from a letter by Bach.
Duration, 2¾ minutes.
First performance Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara, Carl Zytowski, December 3, 1987. (Concert in honor of Karl Geiringer's 25th year of teaching at UCSB.)
Original Mss given to Karl Geiringer.
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F185

Walk By Quiet Water for Orchestra. Opus 96.
For Varujan Kojian and the Santa Barbara Symphony.
November 30, 1987 to January 23, 1988.
2.2.2.2/4.0.3.1/Strings.
Duration, 11 minutes.
First performance Arlington Theater, Santa Barbara Symphony, conducted by Varujan Kojian, January 21, 1989.
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F186

A Dream of Winter. Opus 98.
Cantata for baritone and piano.
For Michael Ingham.
Text by Dylan Thomas.
October 15, 1988 to January 29, 1989.
Duration, 9 minutes.
First performance Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara, Michael Ingham, Emma Lou Diemer, May 17, 1989.
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F187

Second Concerto for Piano and Orchestra. Opus 97.
For Betty Oberacker.
Completed June 17, 1989.
2.2.2.2/4.2.3.1/Timpani, 2 percussion/Strings.
Duration, 26 minutes.
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F188

Advent Motet. Opus 99.
For Double Chorus (S.S.A. and S.A.T.B.)
Latin and Welsh texts.
Commissioned by the Extra-Mural Department, University of Wales, Cardiff for Royston Havard and the Cardiff Motet Singers.
Completed August 19, 1989.
Duration, 8 minutes.
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F189

With Joyance, for orchestra. Opus 100.
For Varujan Kojian and the Santa Barbara Symphony.
Summer/Fall, 1989.
3.2.2.2/4.3.3.1/Timpani, 2 percussion/Strings.
Duration, 11 minutes.
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