Adrian Snell is a British pianist, keyboard player, singer and composer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adrian Snell"
Alan Hawkshaw is a composer and performer, particularly of themes for movies and television programmes. He is also the father of Dance artist Kirsty Hawkshaw. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alan Hawkshaw"
Alan Parker is a guitarist and composer best known for his work in the band Blue Mink.Trained by Julian Bream at London's Royal Academy of Music. Was a successful session guitarist in the late 60's also went to play with his own band The Congregation. Much of Parker's session work has gone uncredited but recently he has been named as the electric guitarist on Donovan's Hurdy Gurdy Man. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alan Parker (musician)"
Alwynne Pritchard (born 1968 in Glasgow) is a British composer and broadcaster. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alwynne Pritchard"
Andrew (Andy) Clark is an English rock composer and performer who is best known for his work on keyboards and synthesiser in the 1970s. Clark played and recorded with Jeff Beck (Upp) and Bill Nelson (Be-Bop Deluxe, Red Noise) and appeared on the David Bowie album Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps). He also worked for several years in Los Angeles as a session musician and has credits on records by artists including Judie Tzuke and Toyah. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andy Clark (musician)"
Andy Connell is one half of the popular pop music duo Swing Out Sister. He plays keyboards, piano and other instruments, and is the main composer and arranger of the band's music. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andy Connell"
Anthony Gilbert (born July 26, 1934) is a British composer. He was head of the School of Composition at the Royal Northern College of Music until 1999. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anthony Gilbert (composer)"
G.W. (Bill) Hopkins ( 5 June 1943 - March 1981) was a British composer, pianist and music critic. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bill Hopkins"
Brian Bennett is a drummer, pianist, composer, arranger and producer of popular music. He is best knows as drummer of the UK Rock n roll group The Shadows. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brian Bennett"
Brian Easdale ( 10 August 1909 - 30 October 1995) was a composer born in Manchester, England. His works include the operas Rapunzel (1927), The Corn King (1935, not released until 1950) and The Sleeping Children (1951). He was well-known for his orchestral works ( Five pieces for Orchestra, Six Poems, Tone Poem) and also composed film and theatre music. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brian Easdale"
David Arnold (born to Jewish parents on February 27, 1962 in Luton, England) is one of the most popular and successful young British composers. He is probably best known for the film scores to Stargate (1994), Independence Day (1996) and three James Bond films. ...more on Wikipedia about "David Arnold"
David Lowe is a British composer, focusing primarily on music for television. His major work includes the distinctive themes for BBC News (including BBC News 24, BBC World, and all regional news programmes) British programmes include Grand Designs on Channel 4 the Channel 5 motoring programme 5th Gear. He has also created themes for the Al Arabya Channel in Dubai, NDTV in India and TV2 in Norway. He had a number three single in 1998 under the name Touch and Go, with Would You.... An album and more singles were released in 1999 in Europe and Russia. Before that in 1997 he released his first album Dreamcatcher which he has performed on several occasions. at the Thames River Festival 1997 and WOMAD in Reading, Gran Canaria and Singapore. In 2005 he produced a soundscape of music for WOMAD at the Eden Project ...more on Wikipedia about "David Lowe"
David Whittaker is known for numerous computer game tunes he wrote in 1980s and early 1990s for many different formats. ...more on Wikipedia about "David Whittaker"
David Wise (often also credited as Dave Wise) is a British video game music composer. He is one of the in-house composers at Rare, and his music appears in most of the Rare-developed titles. He started his career at Rare in 1985 and was the company's sole musician up until 1994. He is known for his atmospheric style of music, mixing natural environmental sounds and setting it to a tune. ...more on Wikipedia about "David Wise"
(Trevor) Denis ApIvor (born April 14, 1916; died May 27, 2004) was a British composer. He belonged to the generation of modernists that included Humphrey Searle and Elisabeth Lutyens. ...more on Wikipedia about "Denis ApIvor"
Donald Ibrahím Swann ( September 30, 1923– March 23, 1994) was a British composer, musician and entertainer. He is best known to the general public for his partnership of writing and performing comic songs with Michael Flanders (see Flanders and Swann). ...more on Wikipedia about "Donald Swann"
Errollyn Wallen (born 1958 in Belize) is a British composer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Errollyn Wallen"
Franz Reizenstein was a German-born British composer and concert- pianist ( 1911- 1968). ...more on Wikipedia about "Franz Reizenstein"
Gilbert Biberian (born 1944) is a British guitarist and composer of Greek and Armenian descent. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gilbert Biberian"
Grant Kirkhope is a British video game music composer. He has written the soundtracks for many games by Rare. ...more on Wikipedia about "Grant Kirkhope"
Harold Fraser-Simpson (born 15 August, 1872 in London; died 19 January, 1944 in Inverness, Scotland), was a British composer of songs, incidental music, and stage works. ...more on Wikipedia about "Harold Fraser-Simpson"
Henry Hardy ( 1949- ) is a British editor. He studied philosophy at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and Wolfson College, Oxford, where he met Wolfson's then President, Isaiah Berlin. Hardy's first major publication was a collection of writings by Arnold Mallinson , an eccentric Oxford clergyman with whom he lodged for a time; he published this work under his own imprint (Robert Dugdale). He also, while still a student, composed a number of musical pieces, which were published many years later as Tunes: Collected Musical Juvenilia ( 2003). In addition to publishing under the pseudonym Robert Dugdale (since 1974), Hardy worked as an editor at Oxford University Press for many years ( 1977- 1990); he has been a Fellow of Wolfson College since 1990. ...more on Wikipedia about "Henry Hardy"
Hilary Tann (born 1947) is a Welsh composer now based in the United States. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hilary Tann"
Ian Lake (born January 26, 1935 in Quorn, Leicestershire – died August 12, 2004 in London) was a distinguished pianist, teacher and composer. He was a professor of piano at the Royal College of Music for nearly 30 years, and toured Britain and abroad as a recitalist and concerto soloist. Lake was seen as a champion of modern music and premiered many works written for him by young composers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ian Lake"
Isaac Nathan is an Anglo- Jewish musician and self-publicist (c. 1792 - January 15th 1864) who ended an eventful career of triumph and failure by becoming the 'father of Australian music'. ...more on Wikipedia about "Isaac Nathan"
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