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Phyllis Tate (6 April 1911 – 29 May 1987) was an English composer known for forming unusual instrumental combinations in her output. Much of her work was written for the use of amateur performers and children.

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Uniform title: Prelude, aria, interlude, finale, clarinet, piano
by Tate, Phyllis, 1911-
London : Oxford University Press, c1983
Uniform title: Suite, piano, 4 hands
by Tate, Phyllis, 1911-
London : Oxford University Press, [c1975]
Uniform title: Illustrations
by Tate, Phyllis, 1911-
Borough Green, Kent : Novello, c1978
Uniform title: Air and variations, piano, violin, clarinet
by Tate, Phyllis, 1911-
London, Oxford University Press [c1959]
by Murray, Eleanor
London : Hawkes & Son ; Sydney : Boosey & Hawkes, c1937
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