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by Three Birmingham Composers
By Chris Edmunds :
Grey Squirrels
Northern Legend September
Green magic
By Frederick Tookey :
Pastoral Dance Polish Dance
By Frederick Bye :
Minuet, Green Room
Tango, The Red Mantilla Waltz, Sing me to Sleep
Dr. Chris Edmunds , of Birmingham School of Music, is organist of Aston Parish Church. He has composed five operas, as well as chamber music. The late Frederick Tookey was the pianist in the Tookey trio, and father of Elsa and Muriel Tookey. Frederick Bye is 'cellist in the Clifford Quintet.


Unknown: Chris Edmunds
Unknown: Frederick Tookey
Unknown: Frederick Bye
Unknown: Dr. Chris Edmunds
Unknown: Frederick Tookey
Unknown: Muriel Tookey.
Unknown: Frederick Bye

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