|Covid-19|3 April - Gustav Holst's opera At the Boar's Head is premiered in Manchester.
After a spell of ill-health, Gustav Holst returns to teach at St Paul's Girls' School.
William Walton dedicates the score of his Portsmouth Point to his patron Siegfried Sassoon, who had recommended it be published by Oxford University Press.
Mai Jones - "Blackbirds"
Frank Bridge –
"Golden Hair", for voice and piano
"Journey's End", for tenor or high baritone and piano
The Pneu World, for cello and piano
Songs of Rabindranath Tagore (3), for voice and piano, or voice and orchestra
Vignettes de Marseille, for piano
Winter Pastorale, for piano
Walford Davies – Men and Angels, for chorus and orchestra, Op. 51
Frederick Delius – A Late Lark, for voice and orchestra
Edward Elgar –
"The Herald", part-song
"The Prince of Sleep", part-song
Gustav Holst –
"God Is Love, His the Care", for choir
Hymns (4) for Songs of Praise, for choir
Motets (2), for choir
Ode to C.K.S. and the Oriana, for choir
Terzetto, for flute, oboe, and viola
Herbert Howells - Piano Concerto No. 2
John Ireland - Two Pieces for Piano (1925)
Ernest John Moeran - Bank Holiday
Ralph Vaughan Williams -
Concerto Accademico for violin and strings
Flos Campi, for viola, wordless choir, and small orchestra
Hymns (5) for Songs of Praise, for choir
Two Poems by Seumas O'Sullivan, for voice and piano
Three Songs from Shakespeare, for voice and piano
Three Poems by Walt Whitman, for baritone and piano
William Walton - Portsmouth Point, concert overture
Peter Warlock - "A Prayer to St Anthony"
Armstrong Gibbs - Blue Peter
Gustav Holst - At the Boar's Head
Charlot's Revue of 1925
On with the Dance, written and composed by Noël Coward and Philip Braham
17 February - Ron Goodwin, film composer (d. 2003)
22 March – Gerard Hoffnung, cartoonist, comedian, musician (d. 1959)
18 June - Johnny Pearson, composer, orchestra leader and pianist (d. 2011)
2 September - Russ Conway, pianist (d. 2000)
20 September - James Bernard, film composer (d. 2001)
11 October - David Hughes, operatic tenor (d. 1972)
31 December - Daphne Oram, composer and electronic musician (d. 2003).
date unknown - Johnny Brandon, singer-songwriter
13 November - Edward Frank Lambert, composer (born 1868)
1925 in British music Wikipedia
This is a summary of 1925 in music in the United Kingdom.