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The Academy Of St. Martin-in-the-Fields Free Music

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The Academy Of St. Martin-in-the-Fields Free Music

The Academy Of St. Martin-in-the-Fields

Effective period / Period of releases: 1962 - 2019

Members: Francis Grier, Simon Preston, Jack Brymer, Chris Laurence, Leon Bosch, Julian Tear, Tristan Fry, Gavin McNaughton, Chris Cowie (2), Jonathan Tunnell, Jeremy Morris, Roger Smith (3), Simon Ferguson, John Wilbraham, Trevor Connah, Skaila Kanga, Martin Loveday, Bob Smissen, Roger Garland, Elspeth Cowey, David Woodcock, James Tyler, Iona Brown, Nick Barr, Edward Hobart, Douglas MacKie, Martin Burgess, Susan Knight, Paul Mosby, Dave Stewart (2), Susan Bradshaw, Rachel Bolt, Liz Layton, Josephine Knight, Robert Salter, Richard Studt, Lynda Houghton, John Heley, Cecil James, Judith Herbert, Naomi Butterworth, David Munrow, Harvey De Souza, George Malcolm, Viktoria Mullova, Catherine Morgan, Michael Chapman (4), Alan Loveday, Raymond Keenlyside, Andrew McGee, Jonathan Strange, Richard Skinner (2), Joshua Bell, Roger Smalley, Andrew Davis, Fiona Bonds, William Schofield, Helen Paterson, James Holland, Patricia Calnan, Ian Rathbone, Darrell Kok, Jeremy Williams (2), Stephen Orton, Roger Lord, Roger Harvey, Robert Atchison, Diane Clark, John Constable, Roderick Skeaping, Christopher Hogwood, Leslie Pearson, Mark David, Enrico Alvares, Richard Blayden, Carmine Lauri, Nicholas Kraemer, Neil Black (3), Carmel Kaine, Ronald Thomas, Margaret Major, Sir Neville Marriner, Anthony Rooley, William Bennett (3), Graham Cracknell, Felix Warnock, Raymond Leppard, Anthony Howard (2), Sylvia Rosenberg, Roger Birnstingl, Thomas Goff, Barry Tuckwell, Diana Cummings, John Gray (7), David Gray (6), Hugh Maguire, Malcolm Latchem, Denis Vigay, Michael Laird (2), Don Smithers, Thurston Dart, Colin Tilney, Osian Ellis, Desmond Dupré, Philip Ledger, Stephen Cleobury, Antony Pay, Jennifer Ward Clarke, Mark Butler, Alastair Blayden, Kenneth Sillito, Timothy Brown (2), Martin Gatt, Richard West (3), Mats Lidström, Robert Spencer (2), John Turner (5), Laszlo Heltay, Susan Dent, Kenneth Heath, Timothy Jones (3), Kenneth Skeaping, Claude Monteux, Celia Nicklin, Rebecca Low, Jennifer Godson, Briony Shaw, Miranda Playfair, Barry Davis, Paul Marrion, Stephen Stirling, Elisabeth Selin, Michala Petri, Jan Schmolck, Simon Smith (6), Stephen Shingles, Graham Sheen, John Langdon (2), Eleanor Mathieson, Michael Cox (3), Matthew Ward (3), Colin Horton, Andrew Lucas, Pauls Ezergalis, William Houghton, Susan Leadbetter, Alan Stringer, John Churchill, Gerald Jarvis, Brian Runnett, Terence Weil, Jo Cole, Jacqueline Hartley, Martin Humbey, Lucy Gould, Julia Barker, Helena Smart, Rebecca Scott (2), Kenneth Essex, Charmian Gadd, Timothy Boulton, Nicholas Thompson (2), Michael Murray (6), Gabrielle Painter, Robin Kennard, Anthony Jenkins, Jaime Martin, Judith Busbridge, John Steer, Julian Farrell, Duncan Ferguson (2), Alan Cuckston, Fiona Brett, Simon Streatfeild, Lenore Smith, Raymund Koster, Julian Baker (4), Joanna Hensel, Colin Sauer (2), Marilyn Taylor, Jessica O'Leary, Trevor Wye, Patricia Lynden, Norman Nelson (3), Cara Berridge, Lorna McGhee, Rachel Ingleton, Ricardo Zwietisch, Ernest Scott (2), Eric Pritchard (2), Nicolas Kraemer, Katie Stillman, Cathy Elliott (2), David Takeno

The Academy of St Martin in the Fields (= ASMF) was founded in 1959 by Sir Neville Marriner and a group of London's leading orchestral players. Originally formed as a small conductorless string group, it spearheaded the 1960’s Baroque revival, and recorded and performed a rapidly expanding range of repertoire.
For chorus credits use Chorus Of St Martin In The Fields.

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External Pages

asmf.org/

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