(Jack) Philip CANNON

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1929-12-21
Education Falmouth GS, Dartington Hall, Royal Coll of Music
Publications N/A
Recreations exploring comparative philosophies, travel
Clubs Savile, Chelsea Arts
Style Philip Cannon, Esq
Career composer; dep prof Royal Coll of Music 1953-59, lectr in music Univ of Sydney 1959-60, prof of composition Royal Coll of Music 1960-95; author of many articles for music jls; compositions incl: Morvoren (opera) 1964, String Quartet (winner of Grand Prix and Prix de la Critique Paris) 1965, Oraison Funèbre de L'Ame Humaine (symphony cmmnd by ORTF) 1971, Lacrimae Mundi (cmmnd by Gulbenkian Fndn for Music Gp of London) 1972, Son of Man (symphony cmmnd by BBC to mark Britain's entry to the EC) 1973, The Temple (cmmnd by The Three Choirs Festival) 1974, Te Deum (cmmnd by HM The Queen for St George's Day) 1975, Logos (clarinet quintet cmmnd by BBC for Silver Jubilee) 1977, Lord of Light Requiem (cmmnd by The Three Choirs Festival) 1980, Cinq Supplications sur une Bénédiction (cmmnd by RF) 1983, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (cmmnd by BBC TV), A Ralegh Triptych (cmmnd by The Three Choirs Festival) 1992, Septain (in memoriam John Ogdon) 1993, Piano Quintet (for John Lill and the Medici String Quartet) 1994, Symphony (for BBC Philharmonic) 1996, Symphony for the Millennium 2000; memb: Royal Philharmonic Soc, ISM, Br Acad of Composers and Songwriters; Bard of Gorsedd Kernow 1997; FRCM 1971
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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