Anthony Hedges was an English composer whose output covered most musical genres. Hedges' chamber music output was extensive, from solo to ensemble works and his vocal compositions were equally numerous and varied. He had also published a considerable amount of educational music. Often regarded primarily as a light music composer due to the large number of recordings of his light orchestral music, such works in fact represent only a small portion of his overall output. During his working life Hedges was a music lecturer as well as a composer, firstly at The Royal Scottish Academy of Music in Glasgow and subsequently at The University of Hull where he was awarded an Hon.DMus. He died on June 19th 2019.
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