Overview

John McLeod

(b. 1934)


'John McLeod' can also refer to...

John McLeod (c. 1777—1820) naval surgeon and author

McLeod, John (1934)

McLeod, John (1934)

James John McLeod Innes (1830—1907) army officer

John McLeod Campbell (1800—1872) Church of Scotland minister and theologian

Campbell, John McLeod (1800–72)

Campbell, John McLeod (1800–72)

McLeod, John (born 1934), composer, conductor

Campbell, John McLeod (1800–72)

Innes, James John McLeod (1830-1907), army officer

Campbell, John McLeod (1800-1872), Church of Scotland minister and theologian

McLeod, John (c. 1777-1820), naval surgeon and author

Simon Featherstone, Postcolonial Cultures; John McLeod, Postcolonial London: Rewriting the Metropolis

McLEOD, Charles Campbell (1858 - 1936), Knight of Grace Order of St John of Jerusalem; East India merchant; senior partner McLeod, Russel & Co., London, and of McLeod & Co., Calcutta

McLEOD, John Bryce (1929 - 2014), Professor of Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh, 1988–2007, then Emeritus

BROWN, John (Douglas Keith) (1913 - 2000), Chairman, McLeod Russel plc, London, 1972–79 (Director, 1963–83), retired; Director of other companies

McLEOD, John (born 1926), Minister of Resolis and Urquhart, 1986–93; Chaplain to the Queen in Scotland, 1978–96, an Extra Chaplain, since 1996

SCARLETT, John (McLeod) (born 1948), Senior Adviser, Morgan Stanley, since 2010; Chairman, Strategy Advisory Council, Statoil ASA, since 2012; Chairman, Bletchley Park Trust, since 2012; Chief, Secret Intelligence Service, 2004–09

CAMPBELL, John McLeod (1884 - 1961), Master of Charterhouse, since 1954; Chaplain to the Queen, since 1952 (to King George VI, 1944–52); Speaker’s Chaplain, since 1955; Hon. Canon of Canterbury, since 1936

 

More Like This

Show all results sharing this subject:

  • Music

GO

Show Summary Details

Quick Reference

(b Aberdeen, 1934).

Scottish composer and conductor. Has occupied various cond. and teaching appointments. Visiting lect. RSAMD from 1985. Prin. works:

orch. (incl. v. and orch.):

2 syms.;

The Shostakovich Connection

(1974);

Lieder der Jugend

, ten., orch. (1978);

The Seasons of Dr. Zhivago

, bar., orch. (1982);

The Gokstad Ship

(1982);

Hebridean Dances

(1982);

The Whispered Name

, sop., hp., str. (1986); perc. conc. (1987); pf. conc. (1988);

A Dramatic Landscape

, cl., wind band (1990); vc. conc. (1996);

Sun Dances

(2000); cl. conc. (2005).

choral:

Hebridean Prayers

, ch., clarsach, org. (1979);

Canciones de los Angeles

, mez., ens. (1980);

Stabat Mater

, sop., bar., ch., orch. (1985);

Songs from the Small Zone

, sop., ch., pf. (1989);

The Chronicle of Saint Machar

, bar., ch., children's ch., pf., org., perc., str. (1998).

chamber music:

str. trio (1970); cl. quintet (1973); str. qt. (1986); vn. sonata (1986);

Fêtes galantes

, 2 vn., vc., hpd. (1991);

Small Pleasures

, ob., cl., bn. (1992);

A Moment in Time

, vn., vc., cl., pf. (2002);

Chinese Whispers

, brass quintet (2005).

Also much keyboard and vocal music.

Subjects: Music.


Reference entries

Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content.