Leigh, Walter, 1905-1942 (composer)
- Existence: 1905 - 1942
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Two photocopies of manuscripts of Walter Leigh's song 'Now the Bright Morning Star' (text by John Milton)., 1927
Item 2a is a working manuscript, with crossings-out. Following the end of the compositionis a further page that appears to be a working-out of musical ideas for this same piece. It is in three voices, but without text. Item 2b is a fair copy manuscript, with just a few textual crossings-out. Its first page is signed "W.L. 1927".
Walter Leigh (1906-42): `Peculiar noises' (I went to Broadcasting House), words by Herbert Farjeon, for voice and piano, probably autograph
Including William Alwyn, F. Baker, Don Banks, Benjamin Britten, Joseph Horowitz, Leonard Kastle, Elisabeth Lutyens, Walter Leigh, Peter MacNaughton-Smith, Buxton Orr, Alan Rawsthorne, Humphrey Searle, Matyas Seiber, James Stevens, Donald Swann, Alexander Walton, Sir William Walton; poems 'O the valley in the summer', 'I am a jam tart' by Wystan Hugh Auden.