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Timothy Lines (clarinet)

Timothy studied at the Royal College of Music with Michael Collins and now enjoys a wide-ranging career as a clarinettist. He has played with all the major symphony orchestras in London as well as with chamber groups including London Sinfonietta and The Nash Ensemble.

From 1999 to 2003 he was principal clarinet of the London Symphony Orchestra and was also chairman of the orchestra during his last year there. In September 2004 he was appointed section leader clarinet of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, a position he held until January 2006, when he left to focus on his freelance career.

He plays on original instruments with the English Baroque Soloists, the Orchestre Revolutionnaire et Romantique and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and is also frequently engaged to record film music and pop music tracks. Much in demand as a teacher, Timothy is professor of clarinet at both the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music.

Albums
'Lambert: Piano Concerto & other works' (CDH55397)
Lambert: Piano Concerto & other works
Buy by post £5.50 CDH55397  Helios (Hyperion's budget label)  
Alphabetical listing of all musical works
A summer day  No 1 of Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
Blue water … a clear moon  First line to Nocturne, No 2 of Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
Concerto for piano and nine players (Lambert)
Cool is the autumn wind  First line to Lines written in autumn, No 4 of Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
Fair one, when you were here, I filled the house with flowers  First line to The long-departed lover, No 8 of Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
In the deserted garden among the crumbling walls  First line to The ruin of the Ku-Su palace, No 5 of Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
Lines written in autumn  No 4 of Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
Naked I lie in the green forest of summer  First line to A summer day, No 1 of Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
Nocturne  No 2 of Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
On the city street  No 7 of Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
The grass of Yen is growing green and long  First line to The intruder, No 6 of Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
The intruder  No 6 of Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
The long-departed lover  No 8 of Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
The ruin of the Ku-Su palace  No 5 of Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
They meet in the pink dust of the city street  First line to On the city street, No 7 of Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
With a man of leisure  No 3 of Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
Yonder the mountain flowers are out  First line to With a man of leisure, No 3 of Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
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