Albert William Ketèlbey was an English composer, conductor and pianist. Ketèlbey was born in Alma Street in the Lozells area of Birmingham, England, the son of an engraver, George Henry Ketelbey (written with no accent), and Sarah Ann Aston. At the age of eleven he wrote a piano sonata that won praise from Edward Elgar. Ketèlbey gained a scholarship to the Trinity College of Music in London, where he showed his talent for playing various orchestral instruments reflected in the masterfully colourful orchestration, especially of oriental inspiration, that became his trademark. At Trinity he beat Gustav Holst in competition for a musical scholarship. He used the pseudonyms Raoul Clifford and Anton Vodorinski for some of his works (some reference books mistakenly give Vodorinski as his true name and Ketèlbey as the pseudonym). His name is frequently misspelt Ketelby.
|2 Studies, Op.50||Etude||Piano|
|Bells across the Meadows||Intermezzi||Piano|
|In the Moonlight||Intermezzi||Piano|
|Bow Bells||Piano piece||Piano|
|In a Monastery Garden||Piano piece||Piano|
|The Phantom Melody||Piano piece||Piano|
|In a Persian Market||Symphonic Pieces||Orchestra|