Humphrey Procter Gregg 1895-1980 - C.B.E.

For nearly thirty years "P-G", as he was universally known, was Head of the University of Manchester’s Music Department, latterly as the University's first "Emeritus" Professor of Music.

Several of Humphrey Procter-Gregg's compositions have recently been recorded on the Dutton Epoch label.

Most recent recordings have been of the Violin Sonatas Nos. 1, 2 & 4 by Andrew Long (violin) and Ian Buckle (piano) on the Toccata Classics label.

Violin Sonatas on Toccata Classics TOCC 0539 - Andrew Long (violin) and ian Buckle (piano)

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Clarinet Concerto on Dutton CDLX 7153 - Ian Scott (clarinet) and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia conducted by Barry Wordsworth. CD Review

Sonata No.3 for violin and piano on Dutton CDLX 7165 - Richard Howarth (violin) and Ian Buckle (piano) CD Review

Sonata for clarinet and piano on Dutton CDLX 7165 - Nicholas Cox (clarinet) and Ian Buckle (piano)

Sonata for horn and piano on Dutton CDLX 7165 - Bob Ashworth (horn) and Ian Buckle (piano)

Westmoreland Sketches (Nos.23-26) on Dutton CDLX 7165 - Ian Buckle (piano)


Bradley-Fulgoni plays Piano Sonata "The Sea" by Humphrey Procter-Gregg

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Humphrey Procter-Gregg in 1918

Procter-Gregg in 1918