Dodgson, Stephen (b London, 1924). Eng. composer. Works incl. opera Margaret Catchpole (1979); 2 gui. concs. (1959, 1972); 3 pf. sonatas (1959, 1975, 1983); pf. quintet (1966); 2 pf. trios (1967, 1973); Magnificat (1975); Epigrams from a Garden, cont., cls. (1977); bn. conc. (1969); Sir John, cantata, ch., hn. trio (1980); cl. conc. (1983); tb. conc. (1986); str. qt. (1986); and songs.
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