Grange, Philip (b London, 1956). Eng. composer. Northern Arts Fellow in comp., Durham Univ. 1988–9. Lect. in comp., Exeter Univ. from 1989. Works incl. 3 Piano Pieces (1976); pf. sonata (1978); Cimmerian Nocturne, chamber ens. (1979); sextet, wind quintet and pf. (1980); 3 Pieces, cl., orch. (1981); The Kingdom of Bones, mus. th. (1982–3); Nocturnal Image, vc., pf. (1984); La ville entière, cl., pf. (1984); Variations (1986); Out in the Dark (1986); In memoriam HK, tb. (1986); The Dark Labyrinth (1987); Concerto for Orchestra (1988); In a Dark Time (1989); Changing Landscapes (1990).
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