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0/3 violins, 2 violas, 2 cellos and double bass Duration: unable to trace Manuscript: numbers 1 and 2 are dated 24 April 1949 and number 3 is dated 3 May 1949 Bibliography: The Welsh Anvil, 5 (1953), 32–42 (C. 0/percussion(2)/harp/strings Duration: 6–7’ Manuscript: dated 24 August 1949 Withdrawn A LOVER’S COMPLAINT Song for tenor and piano Text: William Shakespeare (1564–1616) Duration: 4’ Withdrawn OTHER VERSION Arrangement for tenor and string quartet Manuscript: dated 17 November 1949 PASTORALE For small orchestra This was originally a movement of a suite for larger orchestra, and was re-scored for the Cheltenham Young People’s Orchestra in 1949.
Bell, with Cyril Powell (piano) Publication: Carolau Hen a Newydd (Carols Old and New) NFMS Carol Book ©1953 Reprinted in 1968, 1972 and 1986, by the National Federation of Womens’ Institutes Manuscript: the composer 50 · ALUN HODDINOTT OTHER VERSION In a Manger Carol arranged for voices and string orchestra English translation by Rhiannon Hoddinott First performance: Whitchurch, Wesleyan Methodist Church, 17 December 1953. Orchestra and Choir of Whitchurch Secondary School. No conductor indicated Unpublished 1953 FUGAL OVERTURE (Opus 4 No.
The programme includes Vaughan Williams’s Phantasy Quintet and movements 3 and 4 of his Trio for Strings (Opus 1) 31 March First broadcast performance of his Toccata for String Quartet (which had been revised in January 1950, together with the Trio for violin, viola and cello (Opus 1) 15 April Completes the revision of his Six Bagatelles in the form of diversions on five notes for String Quartet 3 August First broadcast performance of Two Impressions for Orchestra 1951 Appointed as a Lecturer at Cardiff College of Music and Drama (Composition, harmony, counterpoint and chamber music) 19 January BBC Wales broadcasts Whale Hunting, a documentary with incidental music by AH 15 March First performance of his Clarinet Concerto (Opus 3) which is broadcast by the BBC 1952 2 April First performance of the Nocturne for clarinet, violin and piano 1953 20 March First performance of the Fugal Overture (Opus 4/2) by the BBC.
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