Michael Hurd's Carmina Amoris for Tenor and Piano.
Gordon Jabob's Seven Bagatelles, for unaccompanied Oboe.
You only need to be able to play a few notes on the Horn to tackle these 10 pieces!
Britten's Elegy was first performed at The Maltings in Snape, Suffolk, by Nobuko Imai in 1984 as part of the 37th Aldburgh festival.
The four pieces are Elegy, Jazz-Dance, Presto for Frankie, and Viva Barcelona!
Christopher Bunting gave the first BBC Broadcast of the Elegy with the Pianist Ernest Lush, and also was the soloist in a broadcast performance of his Concerto for Cello and Strings.