Difference between revisions of "Philip Legge"

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*{{NoComp|I hear the land|Philip Legge}}, SSAATTBB, tenor drum {{LLink|I hear the land.pdf}}
 
*{{NoComp|I hear the land|Philip Legge}}, SSAATTBB, tenor drum {{LLink|I hear the land.pdf}}
 
*{{NoComp|Ite, missa est|Philip Legge}}, SATB, perc, trombone, keyboard {{LLink|Ite missa est, Op6-FS,VS,Px-PML.pdf}}
 
*{{NoComp|Ite, missa est|Philip Legge}}, SATB, perc, trombone, keyboard {{LLink|Ite missa est, Op6-FS,VS,Px-PML.pdf}}
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*{{NoComp|Jabberwocky|Philip Legge}}, B solo, SATB ''a cappella'' {{LLink|PML Jabberwocky.pdf|PML Jabberwocky.mid|media=PML Jabberwocky.sib|type=Sibelius 5}}
 
*{{NoComp|Kubla Khan|Philip Legge}}, S solo, SSAATTBB, 2 flutes, harp/keyboard    ( [{{filepath:Kubla Khan VS PML.pdf}} {{pdf}}] [http://www.carringbush.net/~pml/music/legge/kubla.midi {{mid}}] [[pml:legge/kubla.html|Scorch]] )
 
*{{NoComp|Kubla Khan|Philip Legge}}, S solo, SSAATTBB, 2 flutes, harp/keyboard    ( [{{filepath:Kubla Khan VS PML.pdf}} {{pdf}}] [http://www.carringbush.net/~pml/music/legge/kubla.midi {{mid}}] [[pml:legge/kubla.html|Scorch]] )
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*{{NoComp|Music, when Soft Voices die|Philip Legge}}, SATB-SATB ''a cappella'' {{LLink|Legge, Music when Soft Voices die.pdf|Legge, Music when Soft Voices die.mid|media=Legge, Music when Soft Voices die.sib|type=Sibelius 5}}
 
*{{NoComp|Non nobis, Domine|Philip Legge}}, SAB (T ''ad lib'') {{LLink|TUMS Non nobis 1 0.pdf|media=TUMS Busking Book 1 0.sib|type=Sibelius 3}}
 
*{{NoComp|Non nobis, Domine|Philip Legge}}, SAB (T ''ad lib'') {{LLink|TUMS Non nobis 1 0.pdf|media=TUMS Busking Book 1 0.sib|type=Sibelius 3}}
  

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Life

Born: 15 January 1972, Melbourne, Australia

Biography

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List of choral works

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Publications

  • The TUMS Busking Book: a compendium of 26 madrigals, motets, songs, rounds, and canons, sung by the Tasmania University Musical Society.

External links

Website: Featured composition: Kubla Khan