Peter Fricker

Peter Fricker (1920-1990)

Peter Racine Fricker
Nationality: English | American
Born: September 5, 1920, London Died: February 1, 1990, Santa Barbara, CA (age 69)
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Date Age Duration Work
1969 48-49
3 Arguments, Op. 59 (for bassoon and cello)
1965 44-45
4 Dialogues, Op. 41 (for oboe and piano)
1966 45-46
5 Canons (for 2 flutes and 2 oboes)
10:00
1984-1985 63-65
Aspects of Evening, Op. 90 (for cello and piano)
1951 30-31
Aubade (for alto sax and piano)
1981 60-61
Bagatelles, Op. 85 (for flute and piano)
1972 51-52
Ballade, Op. 68 (for flute and piano)
1956 35-36 16:00
1971 50-51
Concertante for Piano Quintet No. 5, Op. 65
1966 45-46
Fantasy, Op. 44 (for viola and piano)
1981 60-61
For Three (Serenade No. 6), Op. 86 (for oboe, oboe d'amore and english horn)
1984 63-64
Madrigals for Brass Quintet, Op. 89 (for 2 trumpets, horn and 2 trombones)
1957-1958 36-38
Octet, Op. 30 (for flute, clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola, cello and bass)
1954 33-34
Pastorale (for 3 flutes)
1976 55-56
Seachant, Op. 75 (for flute and bass)
1959 38-39
Serenade No. 1, Op. 34 (for flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, viola, cello and harp)
1977 56-57
Serenade No. 4, Op. 79 (for 3 clarinets and bass clarinet)
1980 59-60
Serenade No. 5, Op. 81 (for violin and cello)
1969 48-49
Serenade for Saxophone Quartet No. 3, Op. 57

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