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Dryads, performed by the SCO Chorus conducted by Mark Hindley, recorded 2004. Recording not officially released and is provided for private listening purposes only.
Four movements: One (3:32), Two (1:26), Three (2:17), Four (4:20).
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Born in Staines, Middlesex. Studied at the Royal College of Music with Ralph Vaughan Williams and Gordon Jacob, and was assistant organist at Westminster Abbey and a teacher at the Abbey's Choir School. Lived in Aberdeen, where he taught at Robert Gordon's College, in Glasgow, and in Fortrose on the Black Isle. Alongside his strong commitment to community arts and education, he wrote music for the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, the Hebrides Ensemble and his son-in-law, the cellist William Conway. His last work, an opera entitled The Seer, was given its posthumous premiere in 1996.
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