Alan Ridout

Alan Ridout (1934-1996)

Alan John Ridout
Nationality: English
Born: December 9, 1934, West Wickham, Kent Died: March 19, 1996, Caen, France (age 61)
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Date Age Duration Work
1985 50-51 16:00
1994 59-60 17:00
1987 52-53 14:00
1987 52-53 11:00
1992 57-58 14:00
1993 58-59 6:00
1967 32-33
Sonatina (for clarinet and piano)
1967 32-33
Bagatelles (for cello and piano)
1967 32-33
Music for Cello Ensemble (for 3 cellos)
1972 37-38
Three Nocturnes (for flute and piano)
1972 37-38
Concertante (for woodwind quartet)
1972 37-38
Pigs (for 4 bassoons)
1973 38-39
Overture (for oboe and harpsichord)
1974 39-40
Sonata (for 2 horns)
1974 39-40
Suite (for oboe and piano)
1976 41-42
6 Melodies (for flute or oboe and piano)
1978 43-44
Lullaby for Susan (for clarinet and piano)
1978 43-44
Burleske (for clarinet and piano)
1980 45-46
6 Tunes (for flute and piano)
1981 46-47
The Rainbow (Elegy) (for english horn, violin, viola and cello)

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