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  • Welcome to the Official Website of Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006

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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Appreciation
    Sir Malcolm s music which followed embracing most aspects of his work were a reminder to everyone that evening of the remarkable genius who has now passed from this world The BBC News later described him as a towering figure in the history of British music Indeed he was The inaugural Arnold Festival in October 2006 at the Royal Derngate Theatres Northampton was to have been a celebration of Sir

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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Website Search
    CBE 1921 2006 SEARCH THE SITE Search The Website Home l Biography l News and Events l Performances l Compositions l Recordings l Photo Gallery l Contact l Back To

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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Biography
    CBE in 1970 He holds Honorary Doctorates of Music from the Universities of Exeter Durham and Leicester and in America from the Miami University Oxford Ohio he was made a Fellow of the Royal College of Music in 1983 and is an Hon R A M and an Hon F T C L In 1985 Malcolm Arnold received an Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Services to British Music the Wavendon Award in 1985 and a knighthood in the 1993 New Years Honours List for his services to music In 1994 the Victoria College of Music appointed Malcolm Arnold as their President In 2001 he was made a Fellow of the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters In 2004 he was also honoured with the Incorporated Society of Musician s Distinguished Musician Award for his lifetime s achievements as one of the greatest composers of the 20th century In 1989 he received the Freedom of Northampton In 2003 he was awarded an honorary degree by the University of Winchester On 29th June 2006 the University of Northampton conferred on Malcolm Arnold an Honorary Doctorate Throughout his life Malcolm Arnold has maintained a strongly held social conscience In May 1957 as a guest of the Union of Czechoslovak Composers he represented the British Musicians Union at the Prague Spring Festival It was at this time that Arnold first met Shostakovich To mark the Centenary of the Trades Union Congress he was commissioned to write the Peterloo Overture a work premiered by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Festival Hall on 7 June 1968 His most popular works have a global audience and his finest body of music the nine symphonies are available in numerous recordings including two complete cycles on the Chandos and Naxos labels and from September 2006 on Decca Malcolm

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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Appreciation
    please choose from the following web links The Malcolm Arnold Society Click Here The Independent 25 September 2006 Click Here The Daily Telegraph 25 September 2006 Click Here The Guardian 25 September 2006 Click Here Gramophone Magazine Edward Greenfield November 2006 Click Here The Musical Times Winter 2006 Click Here Chicago Tribune 25 September 2006 Click Here Film Score 1 November 2006 Click Here International Trumpet Guild September 2006 Click

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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - News and Current Events
    the RNLI s special Heritage installation at the Padstow Lifeboat Station in Cornwall for viewing at the end of November The visitor s centre is open to the public weekdays from 10am 4pm Click here for information This joyous celebratory march was first performed in Cornwall by the St Dennis Silver Band on 19 July 1968 at the launch of Padstow s new lifeboat by the Duke of Kent One of the most popular works ever written for brass band the published score carries the note The Padstow Lifeboat has a long and distinguished record The new lifeboat station is near Trevose lighthouse whose fog horn varies in pitch between middle C and D For the sake of musical unity it remains D throughout this march Malcolm Arnold s years in St Merryn Cornwall 1964 1972 were amongst the happiest and most productive in his life His close connection with the people of Cornwall was honoured recently by the Malcolm Arnold Society with a special plaque situated on the Quay at Padstow The memorial was unveiled by the composer s daughter Katherine Arnold in May 2014 October 2015 Oboe Quartet Op 61 1957 Cuarteto Emispherio New CD release on Oboe Classics CC 2030 a most remarkable work defined by its haunting and extended slow movement with some particularly beautiful solos from violin and viola flanked by energetic highly engaging and lyrical outer movements Oboist Sarah Roper s lyrical and technically assured playing makes an immediate impact A must have CD George Caird Double Reed News Winter 2015 To order copies of this CD from Oboe Classics please click here April 2015 Sonata for Strings String Quartet 2 arr D Matthews Orchestra of St Paul s conductor Ben Palmer New CD release on Somm Recordings The opening of the Allegro of Sonata for Strings arranged by David Matthews after the String Quartet No 2 by Malcolm Arnold positively glows The orchestra brings rich broader textures with some fabulous string playing the lower strings providing some terrific underpinning of the rhythm and texture The Classical Reviewer April 2015 For full review click here From Somm comes a beguiling rendition of Sonata for Strings played by the 16 strong Orchestra of St Paul s conducted by Ben Palmer May I offer a warning to listeners If you are in any way a sentimental person it might be best to avoid playing the fourth movement Allegretto Vivace Lento music of the sonata Arnold has written a wistful soft flickering idea so simple so evocative of lost days or lost loves or deep memories of some kind irreplaceable and locked in the heart that it is difficult not to feel a gulp in the throat or the tingle of a tear at the corner of the eye This is a truly beautiful piece of writing and Ben Palmer s players make much of its deep saying its gentle poignant understated magic Stuart Millson Music Editor The Quarterly Review 18 04 2015 For full review click

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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Performances
    January February March April May June July August September October November December Performances Archives 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 To navigate the performances listings please select from the menu to the left the year and month you would like information for If you have any Performances of Sir Malcolm Arnold s Music that you would like us to publish on the website please Contact Us with

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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Compositions Stage Works
    Drum Op 92 1967 Duration 50 Mins Category Children s Play Publisher Faber Music Hire purchase information Faber Music Homage to the Queen Op 42 1953 Duration 40 Mins Category Ballet Publisher Paterson Hire purchase information Chester Novello Rinaldo and Armida Op 49 1954 Duration 23 Mins Category Ballet Publisher Faber Hire purchase information Faber Music Sweeney Todd Op 68 1959 Duration 23 Mins Category Ballet Publisher Faber Music Hire

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