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Jack Ledger-Dowse is a composer, educator of music based in London and Birmingham, UK.

He is a scholar of the Royal College of Music, London, studying Composition and Composition for Screen, and was formerly a composer with the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain. He is a tutor of Music Theory, Composition, GCSE, A Level and Brass Instruments.

Jack Ledger-Dowse 


Jack Ledger-Dowse is a composer based in London, UK who writes music for Film, TV, Games and concerts.  

Jack Ledger-Dowse
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Thrilled to present my first release to streaming platforms Sylvan Fantasy - a Marimba Duet performed wonderfully by Sirocco Duo! 

View it on Spotify here!

Music for Screen - Reel

Spring (Animation - Orchestral)
00:00 / 01:28
Diatonic Bliss (Nostalgic - Piano, Strings)
00:00 / 02:25
The Silence Between Us (Suite) - Vocals, Strings, Guitars, Synths
00:00 / 01:47
Genesis (Ambient, Solo Cello, Strings)
00:00 / 03:47
The Ocean (Documentary - Orchestral, Synths)
00:00 / 00:50
The Prisoner (Period Drama - Piano, Strings, Horns)
00:00 / 00:48
Bridgerton (Costume Drama, Orchestral)
00:00 / 01:49
Forward Together (Optimisitc - solo Guitar and instrumental ensemble)
00:00 / 01:40

Music for the Concert Hall

Sylvan Fantasy (Marimba Duet)
00:00 / 01:24
Ave Maria (SSAATTBB Choir)
00:00 / 01:55
Aeternus (Solo Baroque 'Cello)
00:00 / 02:01
Hot Asphalt (Woodwind Trio)
00:00 / 01:38
Remember Me (Soprano and Piano)
00:00 / 01:37
Alone, Against the Fire (Solo Guitar)
00:00 / 01:53
Simple Expression (Wind Quintet)
00:00 / 03:22
The Spring (Clarinet Quartet)
00:00 / 01:03


Paul Mealor OStJ CLJ OSS FRSA International Composer, President of John Armitage Memorial Trust
"Jack Ledger-Dowse's Ave Maria was stunningly beautiful. It brought the past and the present together in an original way to hint at the future."

Stuart Birnie Former Conductor, Birmingham Schools Brass Band
"Working on Jack's piece was a delight... listening to him talk to the players about certain sections was inspirational. The students in the band were stunned at the reception they received when we first performed the piece at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire..."

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