Composers and arrangers - links to biographies, photos

Almond, Mark J Di Gesu, Massimo Gough, Christopher Peet, Nicky Stuart, Mary
Ashworth, Bob Dunhill, Thomas F Granados, Enrique Procter-Gregg, Humphrey Verdi, Giuseppe
Bach, Johann Sebastian Dvorak, Antonin Greig, Murray Punto, Giovanni Wagner, Richard
Barrett, Tim Fauré, Gabriel Grieg, Edvard Randall, Anthony Wild, Stephen
Bax, Arnold Foley, Dean Handel, Georg Frederick Rossini, Gioacchino Wyly, Liz
Bruckner, Anton Ford, Alex Houlding, Christopher Richards, Peter Yates, Lawrence
Butterworth, Arthur Fox, Adrienne Kennedy, Philip Scarfe, Douglas  
Clements, Dominy Furse, Edward Maffon, Frantisek Shaw, Bob  
Cleaver, Michael Gabrieli, Giovanni Mendelssohn, Felix Smith, Andrew J  
Cooper, Philip Garland, Chris Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Stanford, C V  

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.


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)

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)



Humphrey Procter-Gregg in 1918

Procter-Gregg in 1918