Kenneth Victor Jones

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Kenneth Victor Jones (born 14 May 1924, Bletchley, Buckinghamshire) is a British film score composer. [1] Kenneth was a scholar at King's School, Canterbury. This was followed by a 6-month RAF-sponsored course in music and philosophy at Queen's College, Oxford and, after the war, 3 years at the Royal College of Music from 1947 (of which he was later made a professor in 1958). He was a composer, founder and original conductor of The Wimbledon Symphony Orchestra and acted as one of the Governors of Rokeby School, helping to raise the £50,000 that was needed to save it from closure in 1966.
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Kenneth Victor Jones Discography Tracks

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WS 173 Kenneth Victor Jones - Music From Lacock And Addington album art Fontana*, Purcell*, Vitali*, Marais*, Handel*, Kenneth V. Jones* Played By Duo Antiqua Fontana*, Purcell*, Vitali*, Marais*, Handel*, Kenneth V. Jones* Played By Duo Antiqua - Music From Lacock And Addington(LP, Album) Wealden WS 173 UK 1977 Sell This Version
WS 189 Kenneth Victor Jones - A Gay Psaltery and Other Works album art Kenneth Victor Jones, Duo Antiqua Kenneth Victor Jones, Duo Antiqua - A Gay Psaltery and Other Works(LP) Wealden WS 189 UK 1979 Sell This Version