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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Reviews Beckus the Dandipratt Symphony No6
    t they really be the goodies David Nixon s ballet adaptation with scenario by David Drew and a tuneful score by Malcolm Arnold follows the original as a story of love conquering all with plenty of killing along the way Nixon relates the narrative clearly and with much humour With a romp such as this the jokes can wear thin but the sheer élan of the Estonian staging helped me suspend belief right up to the final curtain The choreography is at its best in the elegant love duets between the Queen and Buckingham contrasted with the young sometimes awkward love of d Artagnan and Constance Nixon also uses the historical setting to provide an impression of the origins of ballet in the French court and the Masques that played such an important role in establishing dance as a profession This production premiered last season before Thomas Edur took over the company but on the evidence of this performance the Estonian national Ballet are on fine form under his leadership Artjom Maksakov s high jumps and boyish enthusiasm brings d Artagnan to vibrant life and the tiny 19 year old Olga Malinovskaja is a perfect Constance with her expressive dancing

    Original URL path: http://www.malcolmarnold.co.uk/reviews/Dance%20Europe.html (2016-02-16)
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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Reviews Homage to the Queen The Observer June 11 06
    earth water fire and air With much of the 1952 choreography lost Monica Mason invited David Bintley Michael Corder and Christopher Wheeldon all ex company dancers to rechoreograph a section each The result is set to a lush score by Malcolm Arnold David Bintley s Earth is a dreamily idyllic suite glinting with sensual flecks of gold Water by Corder ripples into long streams of turns Wheeldon s Fire literally

    Original URL path: http://www.malcolmarnold.co.uk/reviews/reviews_Homage_to_the_Queen.html (2016-02-16)
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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Reviews Homage to the Queen The Stage 6 June 06
    the Queen of Air together with sections by three new choreographers adopting Ashton s original structure for the Queens of Earth Waters and Fire and using the melodious colourful score Malcolm Arnold wrote for him Barry Wordsworth conducting David Bintley Michael Corder and Christopher Wheeldon are able and experienced dance makers all working well and imaginatively and there is less clash than we might expect The ballet s prime virtue

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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Reviews Quintet for Brass
    being a master at writing for the instruments concerned Early in his career Northampton born Sir Malcolm Arnold captured the post of principal trumpet in the London Philharmonic Orchestra just the right credentials for the composer of a brass quintet Arnold s op 73 quintet opened this concert its sunny opening Allegro vivace is maddening for it has been used as a radio signature tune somewhere along the way I

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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 News Vernon Handley
    popular music It s a fascinating and highly disturbing work which tonight received a performance of great stature and intelligence Gibbons and his players felt every bar and played their hearts out the brass section especially was superb rich and rounded and displayed a real menace when necessary But the whole orchestra played as if possessed indeed as if their very lives depended on it The performance was pregnant with surprises from the roof raising climaxes to the most delicate traceries of harp celesta and flute At the first performance the audience loved the work and the critics didn t Tonight everyone was in accord and the ovation received was Arnold s due as one of this country s leading Symphonists Roll on next year and the 5th The Fourth Malcolm Arnold Festival Flourish Carnival of Animals Symphony 4 Royal Derngate Northampton 25 October 2009 Gala Evening the Malcolm Arnold Festival Overture conductor John Gibbons Musical Pointers Co 25 10 09 Bob Briggs Bringing the Fourth Malcolm Arnold Festival to a splendid conclusion John Gibbons directed a splendid show of less well known Arnold Flourish is written in his typically avuncular style well known from his sets of Dances and some of the Overtures it made a delightful start and introduced anyone who didn t know Arnold s language to his harmonic style The Carnival of Animals was written for the memorial Hoffnung Concert in 1961 and Arnold chose to illuminate our understanding of certain animals which Saint Saëns inexplicably forgot to bring into his Grand Zoological Fantasy thus we have a flock of sheep a delightfully placid pastoral canon wandering on undisturbed by the most violent irruptions hilarious Jumbo trying to delicate whilst dancing to Delibes pizzicato played on heavy brass and the real coup Bats where we see

    Original URL path: http://www.malcolmarnold.co.uk/news/Symphony4.html (2016-02-16)
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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Multi Media
    Op 29 Gervase de Peyer clarinet Gwenneth Pryor piano posted April 2014 Guitar Concerto Op 67 Julian Bream guitar Philharmonia Orchestra conductor Malcolm Arnold posted February 2014 Peterloo Overture Op 97 Laredo Philharmonic conductor Brendan Townsend posted September 2013 To view performances from the 2012 Malcolm Arnold Festival including Divertimento for 2 Clarinets Op 135 Fantasy for Guitar Op 107 Wind Quintet Op 2 Concert Piece for Percussion and Piano Sonatina for Clarinet Op 29 plus video interviews with conductor Andrew Penny broadcaster John Griff and critic and writer John Amis please click here To listen to a selection of original Malcolm Arnold film scores including the following titles Women in Our Time two tracks 1948 No Highway title music 1951 Home to Danger 1951 The Ringer title music 1952 It Started in Paradise 1952 The Holly and the Ivy title music 1952 Stolen Face 1952 Wings of Danger excerpts 1952 Curtain up 1952 Four Sided Triangle excerpts 1952 Hobson s Choice main title music 1954 War in the Air episodes Maximum Effort The Fated Sky Overlord The Sleeping Tiger excerpts 1954 You Know What Sailors Are 1954 Value for Money main title music 1955 A Hill in Korea Hell

    Original URL path: http://www.malcolmarnold.co.uk/multi_media_video.html (2016-02-16)
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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Performances February 2009
    Symphony Hall Birmingham 08 February English Dances Set II Hemsted Forest Youth Orchestra Benenden School Kent 09 February Serenade for Guitar and Strings La Stravaganza conductor Louis Pantillon Louis De Ceunick guitar Salle Faller Conservatory of La Chaux de Fonds Neuchatel Switzerland 13 February Four Scottish Dances Aalborg Symfoniorkester conductor Rumon Gamba Aalborghallen Aalborg Denmark If you have any performance details of Sir Malcolm Arnold s music that you would

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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Performances March 2009
    Pieces for Violin and String Orchestra Sinfonia ViVA conductor Benedict Holland Drill Hall Lincoln 15 March Tam O Shanter Overture Kensington Symphony Orchestra conductor Jacques Cohen St John Smiths Square London 16 March Four Cornish Dances Claremont Symphony Orchestra conductor Ruth Charloff Little Bridges Auditorium Pomona College Claremont California USA 22 March Symphony 5 Wandsworth Symphony Orchestra conductor Keith Stent St Mary s Church Putney London 23 March Sonata for Strings arr D Matthews Orchestra of St Paul s conductor Ben Palmer St Paul s Church Covent Garden London 23 March Sonata for Strings arr D Matthews Orchestra of St Paul s conductor Ben Palmer St Paul s Church Covent Garden London London premiere 25 March 5 William Blake Songs Claire Thompson soprano Scott Mitchell piano The Old Church of Rannoch Kinloch Rannoch Perthshire 28 March Symphony 5 Sutton Youth Symphony Orchestra conductor Nigel Hiscock St Andrew s Church Cheam Surrey 29 March Concerto for Clarinet No 2 Havant Symphony Orchestra conductor Levon Parikian Robert Blanken clarinet Ferneham Hall Fareham Hampshire 29 March Symphony No 4 Thames Youth Orchestra conductor Simon Ferris St Matthias Church Richmond London 29 March Flute Concerto No 1 Capella Nova Tasso Kyrka Angelholm Denmark 29

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