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Philip Spratley (Nottinghamshire, 1942) is an English composer and writer on Essex folksong. He is also a school music teacher and church organist.

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  • Philip Spratley (Nottinghamshire, 1942) is an English composer and writer on Essex folksong. He is also a school music teacher and church organist.
  • Philip Spratley Philip Spratley, né en 1942 à Balderton, dans le Nottinghamshire, est un compositeur et organiste britannique. Il étudie le folklore du Sussex : avec David Occomore il a publié une anthologie des chansons folkloriques intitulée Bushes and Briars: An Anthology of Essex Folk Songs (1979). Philip Spratley a composé deux opéras, Rutterkin (1971, rév. 1994–95) et The Three Strangers (1977, rév. 2002/7), tous deux fondés sur le folklore du Sussex.
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