Daniel Jones (composer) - Chronological List of Works

Chronological List of Works

  • 1938 Symphonic Prologue
  • 1939 Five Pieces for Orchestra
  • 1943 Comedy Overture
  • 1944 Cloud Messenger, orchestra
  • 1944-5 Symphony No 1
  • 1946 Solo Cello Sonata
  • 1946 String Quartet No 1
  • 1947 Miscellany, 20 pieces for small orchestra
  • 1947 Sonata for Three Non-Chromatic Kettledrums
  • 1947 The Flute Player, orchestra
  • 1949 Suite for viola and cello
  • 1950 Symphony No 2
  • 1951 Concert Overture No 2
  • 1951 Symphony No 3
  • 1954 Symphony No 4, In memoriam Dylan Thomas
  • 1954 Under Milk Wood, incidental music for Dylan Thomas
  • 1955 Bagatelles for piano
  • 1956 Ieuenctid, overture
  • 1957 String Quartet No 2
  • 1958 Symphony No 5
  • 1958 The Country Beyond the Stars, cantata after Henry Vaughan
  • 1961 The Knife, opera
  • 1962 St Peter, oratorio
  • 1964 Symphony No 6
  • 1965 Capriccio for Flute, Harp and Strings
  • 1966 Severn Bridge Variation for orchestra (composite work with others)
  • 1966 Violin Concerto
  • 1967 Orestes, opera
  • 1969 Investiture Processional Music
  • 1970 String Trio
  • 1971 Symphony No 7
  • 1972 Cello Sonata
  • 1972 Sinfonietta No 1
  • 1972 Symphony No 8
  • 1974 Symphony No 9
  • 1974 Toccata and Fugue for organ
  • 1975 String Quartet No 3
  • 1976 Dance Fantasy, orchestra
  • 1978 String Quartet No 4
  • 1980 String Quartet No 5
  • 1980 Symphony No 10
  • 1982 String Quartet No 6
  • 1982 Oboe Concerto
  • 1983 Symphony No 11, In memoriam G F Tyler
  • 1985 Symphony No 12
  • 1986 Cello Concerto
  • 1987 String Quartet No 7
  • 1988 Sonata for Four Trombones
  • 1990 Divertimento for Wind Quintet
  • 1992 Sinfonietta No 2
  • 1992 Symphony in memoriam John Fussell (Symphony No 13)
  • 1993 String Quartet No 8, unfinished, performing edition by Malcolm Binney & Giles Easterbrook

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