"Hotel Room" (1931), oil on canvas, 60 x 65 in, of the painter Edward Hopper, contemporary of Tate (Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection)

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Phyllis (Margaret Duncan) Tate


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The composer Phyllis (Margaret Duncan) Tate was a author of vocal and instrumental music; was born in Gerrards Cross on the 6th April 1911, the same year of the composers Alain, Bartolozzi, Bergman, Burkhard, Cikker, Gershfeld, Grunenwald, Hercigonja, Herrmann, Hovhaness, Kiesewetter, Koetsier, Menotti, Mul, Napoli, Ocenas, Reizenstein, Rota, Schultze, Shimizu, Smith. He died in Londra on the 27th May 1987

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Music examples MIDI ed Mp3 of 1900


"The Policeman's Serenade" has been performed in carnival 1930 in Londra (Royal Academy of Music)

"The Lodger" was performed on the 14th of July 1960 in Londra

"Dark Pilgrimage" has been represented in 1963

"Twice in a Blue Moon" has been represented in 1968

"Scarecrow" has been represented in 1982

Phyllis (Margaret Duncan) Tate


"The lark in the clear air", published in 1960, text of Sir Samuel Ferguson (1810-1886)

"Even such is time, that takes in trust", text of Sir Walter Raleigh (1552?-1618)


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