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Robert Lunn

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Robert Lunn

Biography

John Lunn (b. 13 May 1956, Scotland) is a Scottish composer.

Lunn graduated from Glasgow University, where he studied 12-tone techniques. He has cited among his musical influences John Cage, Milton Babbitt, and György Ligeti, as well as Miles Davis. Lunn was also a member of "systems music" band Man Jumping, an early 1980s "jazz-pop-worldbeat fusion ensemble", where he played bass and keyboard.".

Mr. Lunn began composing for BBC Scotland in the late 1980s, with Beatrix: The Early Life of Beatrix Potter (1990) and The Gift (1991). His work also includes music for the television series Hamish Macbeth (1995-1997), Downton Abbey (2010-2015) , and Belgravia (2020). He has written several operas as well.


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