Sir Malcolm Arnold (1921-2006) was an English composer.
Arnold was born in Northampton, and studied at the Royal College of Music. He became principal trumpet with The London Philharmonic Orchestra, but went on to concentrate solely on composition. He is known as a composer of conservative tonal works, acknowledging Hector Berlioz as an influence and being compared to Jean Sibelius.
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|2||The Bridge On the River Kwai - the Colonel Bogey March||2 listeners|
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|4||Four Scottish Dances, Op.59||2 listeners|
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|6||Shear's Escape||1 listener|
|7||English Dances, Set 1, Op. 27: No. 3. Mesto||1 listener|
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|10||Peterloo - Overture Op. 97||1 listener|