Born in Neath, South Wales, Anthony Randall graduated from the University of Wales, Cardiff with an Honours Music Degree. He was awarded a scholarship to study horn, conducting and composition at the Royal Academy of Music. There followed a distinguished career as a horn player with the major London orchestras and solo performances in London, Aldeburgh, Edinburgh and Lucerne. He has conducted the Royal Philharmonic, the National Philharmonic and the English Chamber Orchestras, the London Mozart Players and more than two hundred broadcasts for the BBC, some of which included his own compositions and arrangements. Recordings include Mozart's 21st piano concerto with pianist Earl Wild and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and, for the film 'Duet for One' Bruch's 1st Violin Concerto with Nigel Kennedy and the Sinfonia of London. From 1983 to 1996 he was Professor of Horn and Head of Brass at the London College of Music, and in 2001 retired from the Royal Military School of Music Kneller Hall where he was Professor of Horn for eleven years.
Horn & Piano
Horn & Piano
London College of Music Grade 6 Exam Piece for Horn in F until further notice
Australian Music Examinations Board Series 1 Grade 4 Exam Piece for Horn in F until further notice
Supplied with both Horn in F and Tenor Horn in E Flat parts, this is a fine recital piece. After two bars of harp like accompaniment the horn enters with a beautiful melody that rises and falls throughout its course, supported by some really gorgeous harmony changes. Lullaby was a Trinity College London grade 6 exam piece for Horn in F between 1998 and 2004. The work has been a London College of Music Grade 6 exam piece for Horn in F since 1994, and an Australian Music Examinations Board Series 1 Grade 4 exam piece since 2003.