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(conductor - 2 episodes, 1969-1971)
(music by - 1 episode, 1969)
Music on 2
(conductor - 2 episodes, 1965-1970)
(music arranger - 1 episode, 1965)
(music: Rossini's themes arranged by)
(writer: "The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Themes A.-F.", "Playful Pizzicato, from Simple Symphony, Op. 4", "Noye's Fludde, op. 59 : Noye, Noye, Take Thou Thy Company, Op. 59", "Songs from Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 Old Abram Brown", "Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: The Spacious Firmament on High", "Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: Noye Take Thy Wife Anone", "Songs from Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 Cuckoo!" / music: "A Midsummer's Night Dream, Op. 64: Act 2: On the Ground, Sleep Sound")
(writer: "Friday Aternoon Opus 7 -Eeh - Oh!")
The Royal Wedding
("Courtly Dance V: Galliard from Gloriana Symphonic Suite Op. 53a no. 7")
Talk to Her
(arranger: "O Let Me Weep, For Ever Weep")
(writer: "Corpus Christi Carol")
(writer: "War Requiem, Op. 66" / performer: "War Requiem, Op. 66")
(writer: "Variations on a theme by Frank Bridge", "Serenade Opus 31 for Tenor Solo, Horn and Strings" / performer: "Serenade Opus 31 for Tenor Solo, Horn and Strings")
(music: "Simple Symphony - Variation on a theme by Franck Bridge")
(writer: "Symphony for Cello and Orchestra, Op.68" / music: "A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op.64")
Men of the Alps
(music: "Machine Music" - uncredited / arranger: "Piano Pieces" - uncredited)
(1939) He was musical director for JB Priestley's play, "Johnson Over Jordan," at the New Theatre in London, England with Ralph Richardson, Edna Best, Victoria Hopper, and Albert Chevalier in the cast. Basil Dean was director.
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Baron Benjamin Britten of Aldeburgh | Lord Benjamin Britten of Aldeburgh | Britten
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In the case of a few composers, a very few, when I hear a work I do not like, I am convinced it is my own fault. [Giuseppe] Verdi is one of those composers.
He was awarded CH (Companion of Honour) in the 1953 Queen's Honours List; awarded OM (Order of Merit) in the 1965 Queen's Honours List; and awarded a Life-Peerage (Baron/Lord) in the 1976 Queen's Honours List for his services to music.