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
Valley of Hatsu-se for soprano & chamber ensemble, Op. 62 1965 Vocal Music
Six Tempi for 10 Instruments, Op. 42 1957 Chamber Music
The Skull 1965 Film Score
Triolet I & II, Op 160a & b Chamber Music
Bagatelles (6) for chamber ensemble, Op. 113 1976 Chamber Music
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, for choir 1966 Choral
Verses of Love, for chorus 1970 Choral
As I walked out one evening, for voice & piano 1942 Vocal Music
Trio for clarinet, cello & piano, Op. 135 Chamber Music
Oboe Quartet, Op. 81, "Driving Out the Death" Chamber Music
Echo of the Wind, for solo viola, Op. 159 198? Chamber Music
Motet ("Excerota Tractati Logico-Philosophici"), for choir, Op. 27 1953 Choral
This Green Tide, for basset horn & piano Chamber Music
And Suddenly it's Evening, for tenor & chamber ensemble, Op. 66 1966 Vocal Music
Wind Trio, for flute, clarinet & bassoon, Op. 52 1963 Chamber Music
En Voyage, suite for full orchestra Orchestral
The Country of the Stars, for choir, Op. 50 1963 Choral
Of the Snow, for vocal ensemble Vocal Music
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