Garry Humphreys writes articles, reviews and programme notes (see separate tab for programme notes) and is currently launching a number of book projects.
Recent work includes:
contribution to the 'Lives Remembered' feature
in The Times (Norman Platt, 6 February 2004)
obituary of G. P. Henderson, The Independent (20 February 2004)
contribution to the 'Lives Remembered' feature in The
Times (Peter Gellhorn, 3 March 2004)
obituary of John Berry, The Independent (13 April 2004)
'Minding my own business' – commissioned article for Business Information Review (June 2004). This article was also joint winner of the CILIP Library and Information History Group’s Essay Prize, 2004
Obituary of Noel Cox, The Independent (30 August 2005)
Review of ‘Brunel, the little man in the tall hat’ by Betty Roe and Marian Lines, Church Times (29 September 2006)
Review of ‘Watership Down’ (Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith), Church Times (15 December 2006)
Review of The Lions part, Church Times (29 December 2006)
Liner notes for Dutton Epoch CDs CDLX7181 (‘British Music for Flute, Oboe and Piano’) and CDLX7185 (Symphony No. 3 by Edgar Bainton)
He has also written:
obituary of John Bishop in The Guardian (11 October 2000); this was heavily and unsympathetically edited by The Guardian: for original version click here.
tributes to John
Bishop, Pamela Bowden,
Ted Perry and Michael
Oliver, and an article marking the centenary of the birth of Wilfred
Pickles, in the Association of English Singers and Speakers Newsletter.
Current book projects include:
Music Will Out: memoirs of Norman Silcock (editing for publication and compilation of additional material)
Musical works with narrator (compilation of source list and preparation for publication)
Other current projects:
A Century of English Song – compilation
and editing of volumes 8-10, to complete the series (jointly with Michael
Pilkington). Published by Thames/Elkin.
Further projects are already planned and will be announced in due course.