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This is dedicated to the composer’s wife 2 April Marries Rhiannon Huws, daughter of the Rev. Llywelyn C. 1, which is performed at the Royal National Eisteddfod on 5 August 1956 27 May Incidental music for The Meeting is broadcast by BBC Wales 20 · ALUN HODDINOTT 5 September The Clarinet Concerto (Opus 3) is played at a Henry Wood Promenade Concert in London 8 December First performance of his Septet (Opus 10) by the Melos Ensemble and commissioned by the BBC to mark the 10th anniversary of the Third Programme 1957 28 March Birth of Huw Ceri (son) 5 April Lectures in Swansea on six composers 16 May The Arnold Bax Society Purse and Medal awarded to AH as the British Composer of the Year September Completes composition of the Concerto for Harp and Orchestra (Opus 11) 1958 25 March First performance of the Serenade for String Orchestra (Opus 13), having been completed in January 1958.
0/timpani percussion (2)/celesta and piano/ harp/strings Duration of music: 14’ First performance: Cardiff, Charles Street Studio, 25 June 1951 The BBC Welsh Orchestra, conducted by Rae Jenkins This recording was subsequently played in the Welsh Home Service on 3 July 1951 from 19:45 to 21:00 hours Unpublished Manuscript: whereabouts unknown A REQUIEM FOR THE LIVING For soprano solo, mixed chorus (SATB) and orchestra Text: Edith Sitwell (1887–1964) Withdrawn Bibliography: The Welsh Anvil, 5 (1953), 32–42 (C.
Andante semplice 4. 15’ First performance (movements 3 and 4): Cardiff, Temple of Peace, (University College), 20 March 1950 43 44 · ALUN HODDINOTT Elinor Leyshon (violin), Alun Hoddinott (viola) and H. Davies (cello) First complete performance: Cardiff, BBC Studios, 31 March 1950 Chamber Music Players (broadcast by BBC Wales) First London performance: BBC, Broadcasting House, 25 September 1950 London String Trio First (public) London performance: Arts Council (4 St. James’s Square), 4 August 1953 Nono Lidell (violin), Cecil Aronowitz (viola) and Terence Weil (cello) (A SPNM Concert) Unpublished Manuscript: dated December 1949 TWO IMPRESSIONS For orchestra 1.