Robin Milford (22 January 1903–29 December 1959) was an English composer.
It has been observed that Milford's writing shows strongly the influence of Vaughan Williams, as might be expected. His use of diatonic melodies, often harmonised with gentle discords, and with false relations occurring occasionally, has led Erik Blom (1942) to crystallise these musical traits (also shown by other English composers of the period) as "musical Englishry".
|1||Mass a 5, Op. 84: Kyrie eleison||14 listeners|
|2||Mass a 5, Op. 84: Gloria in excelsis||12 listeners|
|3||Mass a 5, Op. 84: Sanctus||10 listeners|
|4||Mass a 5, Op. 84: Credo||9 listeners|
|5||Mass a 5, Op. 84: Benedictus||9 listeners|
|6||Fishing By Moonlight||7 listeners|
|7||Mass a 5, Op. 84: Agnus Dei||7 listeners|
|8||Festival Suite||7 listeners|
|9||Phantasy Quintet for Clarinet and String Quartet, Op. 33||5 listeners|
|10||Fishing by Moonlight, Op. 96a||4 listeners|