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2007 British Composer Awards Winners

The winners of the 2007 British Composer Awards were announced at a ceremony in London on Wednesday. The winners were:

Brian Ferneyhough: String Quartet No. 5

Community or Educational Project
Stephen Deazley: Thrie Heids

Oliver Knussen: Requiem – Songs for Sue

New Media
Jem Finer: Score for a Hole in the Ground

Instrumental Solo and Duo
Harrison Birtwistle: Crowd

Wind Band or Brass Band
Edwin Roxburgh: An Elegy for Ur

Tarik O’Regan: Threshold of Night

Stage Works
Stephen McNeff: Tarka the Otter

Julian Anderson: Heaven is Shy of Earth

Making Music Award
Howard Jones: The Illusion of Progress

Thomas Adès: Tevot

BBC Radio 3 Listeners Award
Guto Puw: Oboe Concerto

International Award
Wolfgang Rihm: Verwandlung


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