Humphrey Searle

Humphrey Searle (* 26. August 1915 in Oxford, † 12. May 1982 in London) was an English composer and pupil of Anton of webers.

1947 developed its first twelve-clay/tone composition. It wrote symphonies, piano concerts and to ballet, as well as the film music to The Abominable Snowman and The Haunting.

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works (selection)

operas

  • diary erring of a 1958;
  • The photo of the Colonel 1944;
  • Hamlet 1968
  • Poem for 22 caper instruments 1950
  • the shade Kains for speakers and orchestras 1952.

film music

  • The Abominable Snowman 1957;
  • Doctor Who 1963 (incidental music);
  • The Haunting (to the blood freezes) 1963;

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