Philip Legge

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Philip Legge, February 2005

Life

Born: 15 January 1972, Melbourne, Australia

Biography

Philip Legge is an amateur musician based in Melbourne. Although always interested in music from an early age, he took up singing as an adult with the Tasmania University Musical Society thanks to the lure of performing in Beethoven's Choral Symphony. He sings mainly as a tenor or counter-tenor, and has performed a wide variety of repertoire with a number of choirs around Australia. He has from time to time conducted choirs, composed some choral music, and on several occasions unwillingly played as a repetiteur, despite not being a pianist!

See also: Philip Legge's editor page.

List of choral works


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Publications

  • The TUMS Busking Book: a compendium of 26 madrigals, motets, songs, rounds, and canons, sung by the Tasmania University Musical Society.

External links

Website: Featured composition: Kubla Khan