Elisabeth Lutyens

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An uncompromising radical in a musical culture marked by "schools," Elisabeth Lutyens was one of the first British composers to adopt serialist ideas. Her life was as unconventional as her music. Born…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
O saisons, o châteaux, cantata for soprano & strings, Op. 13 1946 Choral Vocal Music
Chamber Concerto No. 1 for chamber ensemble, Op. 8/1 1939 Concerto
Six Tempi for 10 Instruments, Op. 42 1957 Chamber Music
Valley of Hatsu-se for soprano & chamber ensemble, Op. 62 1965 Vocal Music
The Skull 1965 Film Score
Verses of Love, for chorus 1970 Choral
Triolet I & II, Op 160a & b Chamber Music
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, for choir 1966 Choral
Bagatelles (6) for chamber ensemble, Op. 113 1976 Chamber Music
As I walked out one evening, for voice & piano 1942 Vocal Music
Trio for clarinet, cello & piano, Op. 135 Chamber Music
Quincunx, for baritone, soprano & orchestra (after Sir Thomas Browne), Op. 44 1960 Vocal Music
String Trio, Op. 57 1964 Chamber Music
Constants, for cello & piano, Op. 110 1976 Chamber Music
This Green Tide, for basset horn & piano Chamber Music
The Tides of Time, for double bass and piano, Op. 75 Chamber Music
Lament of Isis on the Death of Osiris, from Op 74 1969 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Wind Trio, for flute, clarinet & bassoon, Op. 52 1963 Chamber Music
The Country of the Stars, for choir, Op. 50 1963 Choral
Requiescat 1971 Miscellaneous (Classical)
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