Phyllis Tate Biography (Wikipedia)
Phyllis Tate (6 April 1911 – 29 May 1987) was an English composer known for forming unusual instrumental combinations in her output. Much of her work was written for the use of amateur performers and children.
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Phyllis Tate Tracks
London Fields: Hampstead Heath – Rondo for Roundabouts
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