Known for such compositions as Cloudcatcher Fells (for brass), Pilgrim (for strings), and Notturni ed Alba (for soprano tone of voice and orchestra), this prominent British composer also had a career like a concert pianist, getting particularly significant for his performances of functions by Haydn and 20th-century English composers. By age eleven, he previously composed over twelve symphonies. In his past due twenties, he was the citizen pianist at University or college College, Cardiff. Maybe most well-known for his concerti, he published four such compositions for piano and several others for violin, viola, harpsichord, clarinet, oboe, flute, and trumpet. He was created and elevated in Huyton, Merseyside, Britain (close to the town of Liverpool). His Symphony No. 4, OF YOUR TIME as well as the River, took its name from your 1935 Thomas Wolfe book from the same title.