1964 THE FERRYMAN - Unison song for children's voices and piano, used on BBC's "Listen With Mother". Published by UE.
1964 THREE SONGS - For tenor, flute, horn, harp and 'cello. 1st performance by Ian Partridge and the Melos Ensemble.
1964 THE TEMPEST - Incidental music for Cambridge University production at the Edinburgh Festival, starring Eric Idle, directed by Carey Harrison.
1965 THE TEMPEST - Incidental music for Kings School, Canterbury production, directed by Gerald Peacock.
1966 THREE ROUNDS - Arrangements for BBC's "Music Session One".
1966 MEDIAEVAL SCREENS - Score for documenmtary film on Norfolk Rood Screens.
1966 BLUEBEARD'S LAST WIFE - Score for semi-animated film, directed by Anthony Besch (Abacus Films).
1966 DIVERTIMENTO - For flute, violin and piano duet. Commissioned by the Royal Academy of Music for the Cheltenham Festival.
1966 IF I YOUR LORD AND MASTER - Four part motet for English Holy Week series, published by Cary's.
1966 A PRAYER FOR PEACE - Four part anthem, commissioned by Coventry Cathedral, published by OUP.
1966 NO ARKS - Score for animated film by cartoonist Abu, narrated by Vanessa Redgrave (British Film Institute).
1966 PAWLEY'S PEEPHOLES - Radio opera for children, based on a John Wynham story, for BBC's "Music Session One". Script by Eric Allen.
1966 HOW THE STARS WERE MADE - Childrens' cantata, text by Michael Dennis Browne, Commissioned by the Farnham Festival. Published by Chesters.
1967 ALL OTHER LOVE - Four part anthem, commissioned by BBC Transcription Service for the Aldeburgh Festival. 1st perf. by the Purcell Singers under Imogen Holst.
1967 YOU'RE HUMAN LIKE THE REST OF THEM - Score for experimental film by B.S. Johnson (British Film Institute).
1967 IN TIME OF DAFFODILS - Setting of 3 poems by e e cummings for tenor and chamber orchestra. Commissioned by Keele University, 1st performance by Dan Klein.
1967 CAVEMEN MAKE MUSIC - Radio opera for children, text by Bill Oddie, for BBC's "Music Session One".
1967 SEPTET - For flute, clarinet, harp and string quartet. Commissioned by the City Music Society, 1st performance given by the Melos Ensemble.
1967 ALLELUIAS - Responses for choir, congregation and organ. Published by St Martins.
1967 THE BEGGAR'S OPERA - Arrangements for BBC's "Music Session One".
1968 THE TROJAN WOMEN - Incidental music for for production at the Tower Theatre, Islington, directed by Martyn Corbett.
1968 PANTALONE'S PANTOMIME - Score for 3rd record in EMI's series "Stories In Movement", produced by Rachel Percival (EMI Records).
1968 THE WIFE OF WINTER - Song cycle for contralto and piano, text by Michael Bennis Browne, commissioned by Janet Baker for the Aldeburgh Festival. Published by UE.
1968 THREE NOCTURNALS - For SSA unaccompanied, commissioned by Craigie College of Education, Ayr.
1968 HERO - Incidental music for BBC2 series "The Borderers", episode 9, directed by Moira Armstrong.
1968 THREE ANIMAL SONGS - For high voice, flute, violin, cello and keyboard, written for and first performed by the London Concert Group.
1968 THE MAGIC FRUIT - Short operetta for children, text by DL and Roderick Sharpe, written for Oxford Instrumental Series, published by OUP.
1969 JOURNEY TO CHINALE - Score for documentary film, directed by Willard Baldwin (Waica Films).
1969 THE SEA JOURNEY - Childrens' cantata, text by Michael Dennis Browne, Commissioned by the Farnham Festival. Published by UE.
1969 THE HISTORY OF THE FLOOD - Cantata to words by John Heath Stubbs, commissioned by Benjamin Britten's Aspen Fund for the Dartington SSM, published by OUP.
1969 MOST GLORIOUS LORD OF LYFE - Four part choir and organ anthem for "Easy Anthem Book". Published by OUP.
1969 WOFULLY ARAIDE - A capella choral work, words anon, for the Birmingham Bach Society (Richard Butt).
1969 HARLEQUIN'S HOAX - Incidental music for BBC's "Springboard" series.
1969 MINIATURE SUITE - For treble recorder and harpsichord/piano.Commissioned and first performed by David Munrow. (Recorded in 2013 by John Turner). Publ. Forsyths.
1969 GELINEAU PSALMS - Arranged for choir, organ, trumpets and timps for Dennis Townhill and St Mary's Cathedral Choir, Edinburgh (MCA Records).
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