Thomas Hewitt Jones
Thomas Hewitt Jones was born in 1984 in Dulwich, South London, into a musical family; his parents were both musicians and his paternal grandparents were both composers. Educated at Dulwich College, he went on to be the organ scholar at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. He was the winner of the 2003 BBC Young Composer of the Year competition, and in 2009 received a BBC Music Magazine "Premiere Album" award for producing an album of the music of Imogen Holst.
On 11 July 2016, outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron was recorded humming four notes of an unidentified tune, which created an internet furore; on the following day, Thomas Hewitt Jones released the sheet music for a Fantasy on David Cameron: arranged for high/low solo instrunent(s) and piano, which he made available for download from the Classic FM website.
- 2008 - The Forbidden Kingdom soundtrack (assistant to composer David Buckley)
- 2008 - Under Milk Wood (for Ballet Cymru)
- 2008 - What Child is This?
- 2009 - How Green was my Valley (for Ballet Cymru)
- 2009 - Child of the Stable’s Secret Birth
- 2009 - Romance for viola and piano
- 2010 - Lady of the Lake (for Ballet Cymru)
- 2012 - London 2012 / LOCOG Mascot Animated Films (soundtracks)
- 2013 - Incarnation: A Suite of Songs for Christmas
- 2014 - Wildflower Meadows (for Arts for Rutland)
- 2015 - Panathenaia (for the British Museum)
- 2016 - Christmas Party (Christmas Violin Concerto)
- 2017 - Worcester Service (Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis)
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- "Choral Evensong from the Three Choirs Festival".
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