The Concerto for Percussion was written specially for Philips records in 1968 and appeared on a record issued in 1969. It been used several times as ballet music. Firstly by the Scottish Ballet for an experimental production, then by Norman Morrice for a ballet called 'Percussion Concerto' produced by the Batsheva Company in Israel. He subsequently produced the ballet for the Ballet Rambert but changed the name to the 'Empty Suit'. It has been produced by a university company in Johannesburg and most recently in Milwaukee at the University of Wisconsin.