Marsh, Roger (b Bournemouth, 1949). Eng. composer. Lect., Keele Univ. 1978–88 (head of mus. dept. from 1985). Lect., York Univ. from 1988. Comps. incl. several for mus. th.; chamber mus. (some incl. vocalist); and works using elecs. or amp. of vv. or standard instrs.
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