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ARNELL, Richard
b London, 15 September 1917
Arnell website


He studied at the Royal College of Music with John Ireland from 1936 to 1939. From 1943 to 1945 he was music consultant for the British Broadcasting Corporation, and in 1948 he began teaching at Trinity College of Music, London. From 1969 to 1970 he was Fulbright exchange professor at Bowdain College, Maine, and from 1970 to 1972 visiting professor at Hofstra University in the USA. In 1972 he was made music consultant to the London Film School.
1939 (22)
String Quartet No 1
1940 (23)
Violin Concerto
1941 (24)
String Quartet No 2
1942 (25)
Symphony No 2
1943 (26)
Symphony No 1
1944 (27)
Symphony No 3
1945 (28)
String Quartet No 3
1946 (29)
Piano Trio
Piano Concerto
1947 (30)
Punch and the Child, ballet
Harpsichord Concerto
1948 (31)
Symphony No 4
1950 (33)
Symphony No 5
String Quintet
1951 (34)
Harlequin in April, ballet
String Quartet No 4
1953 (36)
The Great Detective, ballet
Lord Byron, a symphonic portrait
1955 (38)
Love in Transit, opera
1956 (39)
Landscape and Figures, for orchestra
1957 (40)
The Angels, ballet
1958 (41)
Moonflowers, opera
1959 (42)
Paralyzed Princess, operetta
1961 (44)
Brass Quintet
1962 (45)
String Quartet No 5
1963 (46)
Musica Pacifica, for orchestra
1966 (49)
Robert Flaherty, a symphonic portrait
1967 (50)
Sections, for piano and orchestra
1968 (51)
The Food of Love, overture
Nocturne: Prague 1969, for mixed media
1971 (54)
I Think of All Soft Limbs, for mixed media
1973 (56)
Astronaut One, for mixed media
1975 (58)
Jennifer plus Robert equals Wedding, piano, four hands
1977 (60)
Ring Bells, electronic church bells and chorus


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