Carl Davis was a newcomer to the British theatre when in 1968 he organized and helped carry out the music for my first play, Forty Years On.
I can’t keep in mind who really helpful him, however he was tireless, wielding the 2 dozen not all the time musical actors into a faculty choir whereas himself presiding on stage on the organ. Sitting beside him (if metaphorically at his ft) was the composer-to-be George Fenton, then a schoolboy.
Carl additionally did some splendidly rumbustious music for a later play, Habeas Corpus. No extra, alas, thereafter; he was all the time busy.