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Timothy Raymond

Tim Raymond portrait

Hymn Tune Harmonies (quintet)
Chiming (piano)
Ave Regina Caelorum (wind orchestra)
Dreaming of Easter (orchestra)
String Quartet
Caritas Pater est (organ solo)
Memorare (flute, viola, harp)
In the Orbit of Venus (piano)
The Cloak, the Boat, and the Shoes (S, A, T, B (with string quartet ad libitum))
Shine Perishing Republic (Soprano and piano)
Chaos in fourteen lines (Soprano and piano)

Timothy Raymond was born in Luton in 1953. He studied at the Royal College of Music with John Lambert and at the universities of London, Keele, Reading and Aberdeen.

His compositions include theatrical, community and educational projects and a series of chamber and large ensemble works played at diverse venues from De Ijsbreker in Amsterdam to the British Music Information Centre, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and the Wales Millennium Centre.

Timothy has some thirty years' experience in specialist, performance-oriented music education, working with young musicians. He taught from 1994 to 2009 at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, where he established a new, lively, highly successful and internationally acclaimed department as Head of Composition and Contemporary Music.

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