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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Recordings Stage Works
    Ensemble Liberte Wind Band Conducted by Hisaatsu Kondo Arranged by H Kondo SRCR 9421 Rinaldo and Armida Op 49 Category Stage Works Classico Royal Aarhus Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra Douglas Bostock CLASS CD424 If the title work you are looking for isn t listed you may find it in the complete 2007 Disography available to download by clicking on the Discograpgy PDF link from the menu to the right

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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Photo Gallery
    THE SITE Photo Gallery AutoViewer requires JavaScript and the Flash Player Get Flash here Home l Biography l News and Events l Performances l Compositions l Recordings l Photo Gallery

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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Contacts
    Publishers Ltd Strathmashie House Laggan Bridge Scottish Highlands PH20 1BU Fax 44 0 1528 544771 Email mail SpartanPress co uk Studio Music Cadence House Eaton Green Road Luton Beds LU2 9LD Tel 01582 432 139 Fax 01582 731 989 Email sales studio music co uk Triplo Press 806 White Oak Drive Oxford Ohio 45056 USA James Olcott Tel 513 523 5836 Fax 513 523 5836 Email trpmusic triplo com Record Companies Chandos Records Ltd Chandos House Commerce Way Colchester Essex UK CO2 8HQ Tel 44 0 1206 225200 Fax 44 0 1206 225201 www chandos net Cherry Red Recordings Ltd London Island House Warple Way Acton London UK W3 ORG Tel 44 0 2087 404110 Fax 44 0 404208 www cherryred co uk Dutton Records Dutton Vocalion PO Box 609 Watford UK WD18 7YA Tel 44 0 1923 803 001 www duttonvocalion co uk EMI Classics www emiclassics com Entercom Saurus Records KG Karl Hoffmeister Strasse 38 40 D 47441 Moers Germany Tel 49 0 2841 880 888 2 Fax 49 0 2841 2 46 34 www entercom saurus de Hyperion Records Ltd PO Box 25 London UK SE9 1AX Tel 44 0 20 8318 1234 Fax 44 0 20 8463 1230 www hyperion records co uk London Philharmonic Orchestra 89 Albert Embankment London UK SE1 7TP Tel 44 0 20 7840 4200 Fax 44 0 20 7840 4201 http shop lpo org uk recordings Maestro Sound Vision Maestro House 45 Barrowby Gate Stratton St Margaret Swindon Wiltshire UK SN3 4UH Tel 44 0 1793 820301 www maestrosv com Meridian Records Ltd PO Box 317 Eltham London UK SE9 4SF Tel 44 0 2088573213 Fax 44 0 2088570731 www meridian records co uk Naxos Select Music Video Distribution Ltd 3 Wells Place Redhill Surrey RH1 3SL Tel 44 1737 645

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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Site Credits
    Tony Meredith Malcolm Arnold Appreciation Paul Harris Malcolm Arnold Appreciation Malcolm Arnold Festival Andrew McGregor BBC CD Review Quartz Music 3 Musketeers Music Royal College of Music Malcolm Arnold Portrait Massimo Marino Malcolm Arnold opening Picture The Malcolm Arnold website has sought and been given permission to use Copyright Materials from the above named people and organisations Permission is NOT granted to any other website person persons and or organisations

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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - News Archives
    by arrangement with Sony BMG are now offering many Conifer titles Most prominent is a goodly selection of our Arnold recordings long since unavailable It s not the complete series well not yet anyway I have no idea what are their criteria for adding titles to their list but I suspect that enough enquiries from Arnoldians might encourage them to complete the set In the meantime we should be grateful that they have done so much I think ArkivMusik deserve our support their website is full of goodies www ArkivMusic com John Kehoe Former Director of Artists Repertoire Conifer Classics For complete article click here March 2013 Symphony 5 in America Sheldon Bair and the Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra The American conductor Sheldon Bair has a long held and deep commitment to the music of Malcolm Arnold Under his baton and in the presence of the composer the SSO gave the US premiere of Symphony 9 in March 2000 Other works he has introduced to the orchestra s repertoire include Symphony 1 US premiere 2001 and the Concerto for Oboe and Strings alongside several film suites and overtures Sheldon will soon be adding to this impressive list when he conducts the SSO in a performance of Arnold s mighty Symphony 5 on 9 March at the Bel Air High School Maryland He shares here a few observations on the joys of rehearsing this work with such a talented community orchestra read more January 2013 Malcolm Arnold Trumpet Competition The very first Malcolm Arnold Trumpet Competition at Wells Cathedral School took place on January 29th The brain child of Well s Head of Brass Paul Denegri this inaugural event featured students from the school but from 2014 the competition will be open to candidates across the UK The Wells Cathedral School is one of Britain s flagship specialist music schools passionate in its support and development of young musicians The naming of this annual competition is a wonderful acknowledgement of Sir Malcolm s contribution to musical life in this country as trumpeter and composer and as a champion of music and youth The eminent adjudicator for the day was celebrated trumpeter and soloist Crispian Steele Perkins The results of this year s competition are LOWER SCHOOL Winner Meghan Shepherd Highly Commended Hafren Park UPPER SCHOOL Winner Julius Scholz SENIOR SCHOOL Winner Rebecca Toal Most promising young player of 2013 Biba Cole The 2014 Malcolm Arnold Trumpet Competition will take place on Tuesday 28 January For further information please contact Katy Chantrey Press and Marketing Wells Cathedral School E mail k chantrey wells cathedral school com January 2013 Symphony 5 Symphony in a Weekend with the Open University Orchestra The OU Orchestra is an amateur orchestra based at the Open University Milton Keynes and open to staff students people living or working nearby It gives two public concerts a year and plays music across the symphonic orchestra repertoire Symphony in a Weekend was established a few years ago in order to perform and promote one off orchestral events with the aim of exploring works possibly beyond the scope of many amateur orchestras Conductor Hugh Molloy suggested the OU Orchestra looked at Malcolm Arnold s Symphony No 5 and it soon became clear it was an excellent candidate for a one off event Consequently the idea of Arnold in an afternoon was born which will take place in the Hub Theatre at The Open University Milton Keynes on Sunday 3 February The afternoon starts at 2 00pm for those playing and will finish with a run through performance at 5 00pm to which all are invited The event will be conducted by Hugh Molloy For further information click here Open University Orchestra and Symphony in a Weekend December 2012 Song of Praise Op 55 The Northampton Bach Choir under their Music Director Lee Dunleavy have included Malcolm Arnold s Song of Praise text by John Clare on their new compilation CD entitled I was Glad This new recording by one of the UK s leading choirs is available on Regent Records NBC002 and may be ordered direct from their website To order click here October 2012 The 7th Malcolm Arnold Festival 20 21 October Royal Derngate Northampton Paul Harris the Festival s Artistic Director announces the programme of performances and events This year s Festival has a stage and screen theme and among the many exciting events is a world premiere Sir Malcolm s opera The Dancing Master written 60 years ago will receive its first performance It is a comedy of manners and mistaken identity that has already generated a considerable amount of interest and is not to be missed In addition we will hear some of Sir Malcolm s best loved film music and four of his five colourful ballet scores plus a host of highly attractive small works and some fascinating talks We much look forward to your company Tickets on sale from August 2012 Box Office 01604 624811 For further information click here October 2012 Concerto for Clarinet No 2 A soloist renowned for his dazzling technique and sensitive musicianship clarinettist Michael Collins early in 2012 recorded Malcolm Arnold s Clarinet Concert No 2 with the BBC Symphony Orchestra This recording on the Chandos label marks the beginning of a new survey of British clarinet concertos in which Michael Collins combines the role of clarinet soloist and conductor The CD CHAN10739 was released in October 2012 A triumph for all concerned especially Michael Collins I suspect this will be judged as Collins finest recording to date and one of the finest concerto discs of the year Nick Barnard MusicWeb International Recording of the Month for complete review click here To order CD copies and for further information click here July 2012 Symphony 1 recorded by the BBC Concert Orchestra conductor Keith Lockhart is currently available with the August edition of the BBC Music Magazine This superb performance of an early Arnold work dating from 1949 was recorded by the BBC at the Watford Colosseum on 3rd November 2011 and broadcast on Radio 3 on 2nd December July 2012 Concerto for Recorder Michael Petri City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong new CD release on OUR Recordings Malcolm Arnold composed his Recorder Concerto in 1988 for the renowned soloist Michala Petri for whom he had written his Fantasy for Descant Recorder just two years earlier Petri and the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong conductor Jean Thorel have recorded the work and the newly released CD is now available on the OUR Recordings label The concerto has a duration of 14 minutes and is made up of three movements with the soloist called upon to play the soprano recorder in the iridescent two outer movements and the sopranino used to magical effect in the expressive slow central section One of the world s great exponents of the recorder Michala Petri s performance is an inspiration To order click here June 2012 The Padstow Lifeboat March for Orchestra to be performed by the LPO in the Queen s Diamond Jubilee Thames Pageant Sunday 3 June The Pageant will be a spectacular event featuring a 1000 boat flotilla tribute to Her Majesty s 60 year reign The final music herald barge will feature the London Philharmonic Orchestra conductor David Parry performing British repertoire A CD of the music performed at the Pageant is available on the LPO label from retail outlets UK wide and via the LPO website April 2012 Re release of original 1961 recording of Malcolm Arnold s Guitar Concerto Soloist and dedicatee Julian Bream and the Melos Ensemble are conducted by the composer in this superb recording now available on the Alto label ALC 1174 Read more January 2012 Blu ray release of the 1958 John Huston Malcolm Arnold film Roots of Heaven This action packed film tells of the battle to preserve the wild elephant herds of French Equatorial Africa Starring Trevor Howard Errol Flynn Juliette Greco and Orson Wells with a glorious score by Malcolm Arnold the story is driven by the passionate belief of a crusading environmentalist Merel played by Trevor Howard to preserve the African elephant from extinction To order Click Here October 2011 Cello Concerto Op 136 Concertino for Flute and Strings Op 19a Fantasy for Recorder and String Quartet Op 140 Saxophone Concerto Symphony for Strings Op 13 Raphael Wallfish cello Esther Ingham flute John Turner recorder Carl Raven saxophone Northern Chamber Orchestra conductor Nicholas Ward Manchester Sinfonia conductor Richard Howarth Naxos 8572640 Reviews Gramophone Magazine November 2011 Andrew Achenbach No true Arnold enthusiast will want to miss this valuable release Read more October 2011 The Sixth Annual Malcolm Arnold Festival 21st 23 October 2011 Paul Harris Artistic Director of the Malcolm Arnold Festival celebrated the 90th anniversary of the birth of the composer in the best way possible in October all nine of Sir Malcolm s magnificent symphonies were performed over one weekend in his home town of Northampton Read more Reviews Gramophone Magazine January 2012 Ivan March The weekend was unforgettably stimulating Read more Musical Opinion November December 2011 Edward Clark This festival under the inspired direction of Paul Harris offered the most comprehensive assessment of Arnold s stature as a composer a true genius living in changing and troubled times October 2011 Celebrating the genius of Sir Malcolm Arnold Malcolm Arnold Festival Peninsula Arts Plymouth University 28 30 October Simon Ible Director of Music On 28 October at Plymouth University Simon Ible launched this exciting music and film festival with his personal reflections of the man and his music From 1999 until his death in 2006 Malcolm Arnold was an Honorary Patron of the Ten Tors Orchestra To mark the 90th anniversary of the composer s birth this October the orchestra performed his Little Suite for Orchestra No 1 Sinfonietta No 1 Four Cornish Dances and the rarely heard Viola Concerto with the brilliant young soloist Richard Waters The concert conducted by Simon Ible took place at St Andrew s Minster Church Plymouth on the 29th October The festival also featured the Arnold Camerata who paid their own tribute to the composer in their concert on 30th October at the Sherwell Centre Their programme tapped into the rich seam of Arnold chamber works including the Wind Quintet Op 2 Fantasy for Flute Fantasy for Oboe Fantasy for Flute Clarinet Divertimento for Flute Oboe Clarinet and the much loved Three Shanties for Wind Quintet Malcolm Arnold s film music was one of the highlights at this festival with screenings of Whistle Down the Wind 1961 The Belles of St Trinians 1954 Hobson s Choice 1954 and Bridge on the River Kwai 1957 These iconic films together with Tony Palmer s powerful 2003 documentary Towards the Unknown Region were shown at Plymouth s Jill Craigie Cinema May 2011 Wells Cathedral School Malcolm Arnold 90th anniversary concert In recognition of 90th anniversary this year of Sir Malcolm Arnold s birth Wells Cathedral School presents a special concert on May 13th England Labour and Love featuring Sir Malcolm s music for brass Wells Cathedral School s Brass Department will this year also be celebrating its 25th anniversary as a DfES Specialist department when the first brass specialists Matthew Gunner horn and Ceri McInally tuba arrived along with the current Head of Brass Paul Denegri in 1986 As Sir Malcolm was a distinguished trumpet player and he held a keen interest in young musicians there seems no more fitting event than an evening that will celebrate these 2 anniversaries The concert will feature amongst others all his brass unaccompanied Fantasies for trumpet trombone horn and tuba his Trumpet Concerto various fanfares his 2 brass quintets and Sir Malcolm s demanding Symphony for Brass The concert which starts at 7 30pm will be held in the school s 16th century recital hall and will feature the Brass Department s finest young musicians on the CfES specialist music scheme For further information Tel 01749 934483 Paul Denegri Hon ARAM FTCL LTCL April 2011 A special reunion event will take place at the Barbican on 12 April Many of the original actors who played the girls in the 1954 film The Belles of St Trinians will gather together on stage at Cinema 1 at 6pm prior to a screening of this iconic film With a glorious score by Malcolm Arnold The Belles of St Trinians is based on cartoons by the artist Ronald Searle The stellar cast is led by Alastair Sim as the unorthodox headmistress of a prestigious boarding school for young ladies George Cole as wide boy flash Harry Joyce Grenfell Hermione Baddeley Beryl Reid Irene Handl and Joan Sims Directed by Frank Launder the anarchy mayhem and laughter to be found in this very British film has never been bettered To book tickets and for further information click here http www barbican org uk film event detail asp ID 12032 December 2010 The death of Richard Adeney 1920 2010 one of the leading flautists of our age was announced on 16 December 2010 The passing of this fine musician at the age of 91 was sad news to music lovers everywhere but most especially in the UK where he played a significant role in British musical life for well over 60 years A life long friend and professional colleague of Malcolm Arnold whom he first met during their teenage years together at the Royal College of Music Richard Adeney was the inspiration for many of Malcolm Arnold s works featuring the flute The Grand Fantasia for Flute Trumpet and Piano 1938 Sonata for Flute and Piano 1942 Sonatina for Flute and Piano Op 19 1948 Concerto for Flute and Strings Op 45 1954 and the Concerto No 2 for Flute and Orchestra Op 111 1973 were all dedicated to and first performed by Richard Adeney As Principal Flute with the London Philharmonic Orchestra the English Chamber Orchestra and founder member of the Melos Ensemble Richard Adeney also played in many world premiere performances and recordings of Malcolm Arnold s orchestral works October 2010 John Gibbons continues his complete cycle of Malcolm Arnold symphonies with the Ealing Symphony Orchestra Symphony 5 will be performed on October 9th at St Martin s Church in Acton This acclaimed conductor discusses Arnold s place in the history of the symphony in the 20th century Read more October 2010 Paul Harris Artistic Director of the Malcolm Arnold Festival speaks about his plans for the 5th Malcolm Arnold Festival the weekend of 16th and 17 October 2010 at the Royal Derngate Northampton Box office opens on 23 April Tel 01604 624811 The Theme for this year s Festival will be Stage Screen Ideal mediums for Sit Malcolm s gloriously colourful evocative and melodic music In fact Sir Malcolm wrote the scores for over 70 major feature films indeed in the 50s and 60s he was one of the most sought after film composers both here and in Hollywood There are 5 ballets one musical and a fascinating assortment of incidental music We shall be exploring each of these genres in this year s Festival which will be launched by the legendary actress Hayley Mills star of Whistle down the Wind During the launch 12 trumpeters from the award winning Northampton County Youth Orchestra will play Sir Malcolm s exuberant and high spirited Hoffnung Fanfare Read more October 2010 To mark the 50th Anniversary of its composition Sir Malcolm Arnold s spectacular and exuburant Hoffnung Fanfare heralds the opening of the 2010 Arnold Festival at the Royal Derngate with a performance given by 12 trumpeters from the award winning Northampton County Youth Orchestra James Olcott founder of Triplo Press and Professor of Trumpet at Miami University in Oxford Ohio recalls how he first discovered and came to publish this remarkable work Read more July 2010 The 1959 film The Boy and the Bridge directed by Kevin McClory with music by Malcolm Arnold is to receive an all too rare screening this July The British Film Institute will show this atmospheric and evocative film at 3pm on July 17 at the South Bank s National Film Theatre 1 The film will be introduced by Robin Baker Head Curator at the BFI Archives Read more June 2010 Malcolm Arnold chosen for proposed new academy name The David Ross Foundation is pleased to announce that its proposed new academy in Northampton will be called the Malcolm Arnold Academy Over 400 students and staff submitted their suggestions for a name for the proposed new academy Malcolm Arnold was the most popular choice for a unique academy name Read more March 2010 The Stockholm Chamber Brass new release of Malcolm Arnold s Brass Quintet No1 Op 73 BIS CD 1438 Gramophone Magazine April 2010 Richard Whitehouse Malcolm Arnold s First Quintet 1961 remains a model of how to invest the classical formal sequence with an immediately identifiable personality and a technical expertise acquirable only from the inside a disc that finely recorded and well annotated deserves to be in the collection of more than just brass buffs November 2009 The Hitchin Symphony Orchestra was in celebration mode this November With 4 major anniversaries to their credit the 80th year of the orchestra s founding the 70th birthday year of the HSO s President John McCabe the 40th anniversary of its Leader Janet Hicks and the 25th anniversary of their conductor Paul Adrian Rooke a special concert was given by the orchestra on Saturday 21 November at St Mary s Church Hitchin The programme conducted by Paul Adrian Rooke featured Sir Malcolm Arnold s Symphony 3 Wagner s Prelude to Act 3 of Lohengrin and Standford s Violin Concerto October 2009 The conductor John Gibbons discusses Arnold s Symphonic status with particular reference to the Fourth Symphony a work he conducted in two concerts this October including the gala evening at this year s Malcolm Arnold Festival in Northampton Read more October 2010 The Fourth Malcolm Arnold Festival I am

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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Reviews
    the composer s 80th birthday an invaluable cycle ArchivMusic Com David Hurwitz In sum this disc Symphonies 7 8 8 552001 caps an important and very impressive musical achievement for Penny his orchestra and Naxos and represents a fine tribute to a major 20th century symphonist ClassicsToday Com Rating 10 10 Classical Net Review 2002 Robert Cummings Andrew Penny leads these symphonies with authority and a sense for Arnold s darker side Highly recommended Bright Jewels music from the 1940 s and 1950 s Maestro Sound Vision Maestro Sound Vision MSV0214CD Concert Piece for Percussion Piano Beauty Haunts the Woods John Clare Cantata English Dances set 2 arr Reizenstein piano due Divertimento for Wind Trio The Peacock in the Zoo Piano Pieces Vol 2 Purple Dust Ragtime Scherzetto 2 Sketches for Oboe Piano Sonatina for Clarinet and Piano Sonatina for Recorder and Piano Solitaire arr recorder and piano Suite Bourgeoise Read More String Quartets Nos 1 2 Phantasy Vita Abundans Naxos Maggini Quartet Naxos 8 557762 BBC Music Magazine May 2007 Martin Cotton String Quartet 1 shares with the later Bartock quartets an economy of means this is lean music with no wasted notes and it s strikingly performed with concentration in the playing and detail in the recording Read More Beckus the Dandipratt Symphony No 6 The Inn of the Sixth Happiness Philharmonic Concerto Flourish for a 21st birthday LPO LIVE London Philharmonic Orchestra conductor Vernon Handley LPO Live LPO0013 Classic FM Magazine November 2006 Nick Bailey Vernon Handley has been a champion of Arnold s music for many years and his dedication shows Read More Gramophone Magazine Awards 2006 Ivan March These live performances are very committed and Handley s skill in sustaining atmosphere and holding elusive structures together is heard at its finest Excellently balanced sound too Read More The Return of Odysseus premiere recording Divine Art City of Glasgow Chorus Orchestra of Scottish Opera conductor Graham Taylor Divine Art CD 25035 Gramophone Magazine July 2006 Andrew Achenbach the music radiates a healthy unaffected vigour and there s plenty of catchy dramatic and touching inspiration along the way a lively spirited account of this enjoyable discovery Read More MusicWeb Paul Serotsky I applaud Divine Art for this valuable contribution to the Arnold discography Odysseus is indeed returned to its proper place before the music loving public Make no mistake overall this is a sterling performance by Graham Taylor and his Glasgow cohorts They sound as though they enjoyed themselves hugely whilst making the CD I m having just as much fun listening to it and so should you The Glasgow Herald Michael Tumelty It s a fun piece drenched in seascapes Graham Taylor gets the best out of his Glasgow Chorus who rise to the occasion with a knock out climax to the piece a typically Arnold radiant sunburst of sound Read More Classic FM Magazine June 2006 Nick Bailey I am amazed that this is the first recording of Arnold s Return of Odysseus as it s highly listenable a masterly simplification of Homer s Odyssey Read More The Culture Magazine CD of the Month Thomas Hall Compressing the ancient Greek epic into half an hour writer Patric Dickinson gives Arnold the means to create a purposeful note to a word narrative flow carried by his typically vivid scoring Read More Chamber Music for Winds Naxos East Winds Naxos 8 570294 Gramophone Magazine August 2007 Edward Greenfield The East Winds blow in with a delightful Arnold selection As a professional player leader of the trumpet section in the LPO early in his career Sir Malcolm Arnold was an enthusiastic composer of wind music East Winds made up of talented young players here give brilliant performances which consistently bring out the wit of the writing Even if this doesn t evolve into a series covering all of Arnold s wind music as three Hyperion discs from the Nash Ensemble do this is a well chosen and wide ranging selection that makes a delightful sequence Music Web International May 2007 Michael Cookson The five musicians of East Winds together with their guest players perform Arnold s wind chamber music with fine accomplishment throughout It is hard to find fault with these fresh and engaging interpretations that have the spontaneous feel of a live performance The timbre of the instruments is very well captured by the Naxos engineers with only the barest amount of fierceness from the horn Those looking for a recording of Arnold s wind chamber music have no need to look elsewhere Symphony for Brass Op 123a Little Suites No 1 Op 80 No 2 Op 93 No 3 Op 131 Brass Quintets No 1 Op 73 No 2 Op 132 Fantasy Op 88 Fanfare for Louis Three Fantasies Op 100 Op 101 Op 102 Nimbus Fine Arts Brass Ensemble Nimbus NI5804 Gramophone Magazine February 2007 Andrew Achenbach A cracking anthology of Arnold s complete works for brass These immaculately prepared fervent performances have been vividly and spaciously captured by the Nimbus production crew making this a genuine tonic for Arnoldians and brass heads alike The Three Musketeers Quartz Northern Ballet Theatre Orchestra conductor John Piyce Jones Quartz D QTZ2056 80 DDD Gramophone Magazine September 2007 Edward Greenfield Ironically it was on the day Sir Malcolm Arnold died that this full length ballet drawn from a dazzling range of his works was premiered at the Alhambra Theatre Bradford Years before Arnold had toyed with the idea of writing a ballet on the colourful subject even writing a few sketches Yet his fragile health prevented him from progressing and it was John Longstaff prompted by choreographer David Nixon who with the composer s approval devised a sequence of pieces from Arnold s enormous catalogue arranging them for the modest theatre orchestra of Northern Ballet It works superbly giving one an exciting conspectus on the work of one of the 20th century s most approachable composers Having this dazzling sequence on disc is a joy particularly in this

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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Multi Media
    type of media you want to visit Back To News Video Clips A selection of Video Clips featuring or about Sir Malcolm Arnold Click Here to watch the Videos Music Samples A selection of Sir Malcolm Arnold s music for you to enjoy Click Here to listen Artists Works Click Here to see a selection of portraits and art works depicting Sir Malcolm Arnold and his music Audio Interviews Arnold

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  • Sir Malcolm Arnold CBE 1921-2006 - Publications
    interweaving biographical details with close analyses of Sir Malcolm s major works particularly the nine symphonies and drawing on sketch materials never previously examined Paul Jackson s new biography provides fascinating insights into the composer s compositional process Order online via this link Malcolm Arnold A Composer of Real Music Symphonic Writing Style and Aesthetics R Thoene Entercom Saurus ISBN 978 3937748061 As the first substantial published academic study of Arnold s symphonic works Malcolm Arnold A Composer of Real Music is to be warmly welcomed There are cogent discussions of Arnold s orchestration technique composition process and evolving style all backed up by carefully chosen musical examples the copious well chosen musical examples are a definite bonus and there is a very comprehensive and pleasingly wide ranging bibliography reflecting the broad scope of this ambitious largely persuasive and worthwhile study Paul Conway Tempo Magazine 2009 Click Here to purchase the book To download Dr Thoene s lecture entitled Elgar s influence on Malcolm Arnold 1921 2006 Elgar s Pomp and Circumstances as a model for a British concert overture given at the Institute of Music Research Gresham College on 14 December 2007 Click Here To Download Dr Thoene has

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