Wesley-Smith, Martin (b Adelaide, 1945). Australian composer. Senior lect. in comp. and elec. mus., NSW State Cons., Sydney. In 1986 est. first computer mus. studio in Beijing Central Cons. of Mus. Works incl. Interval Piece, orch. (1970); Who Killed Cock Robin (1979); White Knight and Bearer (1984); Songs for Snark-Hunters (1985); Snark-Huntingdon (1986).
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