Leif Thybo (June 12, 1922 – January 24, 2001) was a Danish organist and composer. He studied theory with Vagn Holmboe before entering the Royal Danish Academy of Music where he was taught instrumentation by Poul Schierbeck, organ by Emilius Bangert, and theory by Finn Høffding. His music is characterized by a clarity of expression and stringency of construction.
- Preludio, pastorale e fugato, op.11 (1948)
- Preludium (1950)
- Concerto per organo (1953–54)
- Concerto (1956)
- Passacaglia con Intermedios (1961)
- Contrasti per organo (1965)
- Liber organi (1967)
- Compenius-suite (1968)
- Mouvement Symphonique (1979)
- Beyer, Anders. "In search of the ultimate simplification". NOMUS. Retrieved December 5, 2014.
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