Ernest John Moeran (English composer)

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E.J. MoeranMoeran, E.J.

Artist credits

This is a list of all the different ways Ernest John Moeran (English composer) is credited in the database. View the artist credit documentation for more details.

Name
Bax, Holst, Jacob, Moeran; Sarah Francis, English String Quartet (see uses)
Coleridge-Taylor, Holst, Finzi, Hoddinott, Maconchy, Busch, Fricker, Moeran, Gerhard, Banks, Rubbra, Morgan (see uses)
E. J. Moeran (see uses)
E. J. Moeran; Geraldine McGreevy, Adrian Thompson, Roderick Williams, John Talbot (see uses)
E. J. Moeran; London Philharmonic Orchestra, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult (see uses)
E.J Moeran, Gordon Jacob; Iris Loveridge (see uses)
E.J. Moeran; Adrian Thompson, Marcus Farnsworth, John Talbot, Members of the Weybridge Male Voice Choir (see uses)
Ernest John Moeran (see uses)
Ernest John Moeran, BBC Concert Orchestra, David Hill, Ben McAteer & BBC Singers (see uses)
Ernest John Moeran, Gerald Finzi; Northern Sinfonia of England, Richard Hickox (see uses)
Ernest John Moeran, Peter Warlock; Ulster Orchestra, Vernon Handley, Hugh Mackey, The Renaissance Singers (see uses)
Ernest John Moeran; Bournemouth Sinfonietta, Norman Del Mar, Raphael Wallfisch (see uses)
Ernest John Moeran; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, David Lloyd-Jones (see uses)
Ernest John Moeran; Maggini String Quartet (see uses)
Ernest John Moeran; Peers Coetmore, Eric Parkin, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult (see uses)
Ernest John Moeran; Sarah Francis, Donald Scotts, John Talbot, English String Quartet, Melbourne String Quartet (see uses)
Ernest John Moeran; The Melbourne String Quartet, Donald Scotts, John Talbot (see uses)
Ernest John Moeran; Ulster Orchestra, JoAnn Falletta, Benjamin Frith (see uses)
Ernest John Moeran; Ulster Orchestra, Vernon Handley (see uses)
Ernest John Moeran; Ulster Orchestra, Vernon Handley, Lydia Mordkovitch (see uses)
Ernest John Moeran; Ulster Orchestra, Vernon Handley, Margaret Fingerhut (see uses)
Ernest Moeran; Fidelio Trio (see uses)
Frank Bridge, James Friskin, John Ireland, E. J. Moeran; Cantamen (see uses)
John Ireland, E.J. Moeran; David Owen Norris, The Carice Singers, George Parris (see uses)
Moeran (see uses)
Moeran, Rawsthorne, Bliss; Philharmonia Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Adrian Boult (see uses)
Moeran, Rubbra, Rawsthorne; Paul Watkins, Huw Watkins (see uses)
Moeran; Guy Johnston, Ulster Orchestra, JoAnn Falletta (see uses)
Moeran; Hugh Mackey, The Renaissance Singers, Ulster Orchestra, Vernon Handley (see uses)
Moeran; Lydia Mordkovitch, Raphael Wallfisch, Ulster Orchestra, Bournemouth Sinfonietta, Vernon Handley, Norman Del Mar (see uses)
Moeran; Margaret Fingerhut, Ulster Orchestra, Vernon Handley (see uses)
Moeran; Una Hunt (see uses)
Parry, Moeran; Vassily Sinnaisky, BBC Philharmonic (see uses)
Peers Coetmore; Peers Coetmore, Eric Parkin, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult (see uses)
Rubbra, Moeran, Ireland; Raphael Wallfisch, John York (see uses)