Malcolm Arnold

Born: 1921
Died: 2006

A fluent, versatile composer, Arnold wrote scores for nearly 100 films. His most important works are orchestral (nine symphonies, 1951-82; numerous light and serious pieces). His language is diatonic, owing something to Walton and Sibelius, and the scoring is dramatically brilliant, Berlioz being his acknowledged model.

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