Geoffrey HANSON

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1939-12-09
Education Eastbourne GS, Itchen GS Southampton, Trinity Coll of Music London (GTCL, LTCL, ATCL)
Books & Publications Publications Three Pieces for Organ, Lute Book Lullaby, People Look East, Down in yon Forest, Two Harvest Carols, Brecon Service
Recreations swimming, walking
Clubs N/A
Style Geoffrey Hanson, Esq
Career conductor and composer; conductor London Ripieno Soc 1962-, prof Trinity Coll of Music London 1964-2004, conductor Square Singers of St James 1977-89; Telemann St Matthew Passion Camden Festival 1968; artistic dir East Finchley Arts Festival 1997; memb City of Westminster Arts Cncl; memb: Performing Rights Soc 1981, Incorporated Soc of Musicians 1983, Composers' Guild of GB 1983; hon fell Trinity Coll of Music London 1972; Compositions incl: 3 Pieces for Organ 1970, A Trilogy of Psalms for chorus and orchestra 1973, Brecon Ser 1974, concerto for piano and orchestra 1977, concerto for oboe and strings 1978, Sinfonia Amoris for soloists chorus and orchestra 1981, War! Cry War! for soloists chorus and orchestra 1986, concerto for violin and orchestra 1986, concerto for clarinet and strings 1987, concerto for viola and orchestra 1990, The Virgin Crown (opera) 1991, Te Deum (for Hanover Choir) 1993, Carols for Tring 1994, Piano Quintet 1995, Joan of Arc (opera) 1996, Concerto for Organ and Orchestra 1999, Cuthman's Journey (opera) 2000, Concerto for Flute and Strings (London Mozart Players) 2001, Requiem for chorus, soprano, soloist and organ 2002, Songs of War and Peace (Finchley Children's Music Gp) 2003, Concerto for Horn and Strings (London Mozart Players) 2004, Music for Strings (London Mozart Players) 2005, Rose (variations for organ) 2005, Conversation Piece (double concerto for violin, 'cello and orch, David Juritz, Sebastian Comberti and London Mozart Players) 2006, Piano Concerto no 2 (Rimantas Vingras and the London Mozart Players) 2007, Chamber Symphony (London Mozart Players) 2008, Five Nocturnes for Tenor and Chamber Orchestra (Ian Priestley - Tenor and London Mozart Players) 2009, St Cecilia (text Fleur Adcock, OBE, qv) 2009, Let the Pealing Organ Blow (for organ and orch, London Mozart Players) 2010, Sinfonia (for organ) 2011, Odyssey (for cello and orch, London Mozart Players) 2012, Ode to the Human Voice (text Fleur Adcock, OBE) 2012, Soliloquy (organ solo, Robert Munns) 2012
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