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John Greenwood (I) (1889–1975)

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English composer of orchestral works, piano and chamber music and motion picture scores. He studied viola and horn at the Royal College of Music. During the Second World War, he served on the staff of the BBC European Service as Assistant Music Supervisor.

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Known For

Man of Aran
Man of Aran Composer
(1934)
Elephant Boy
Elephant Boy Composer
(1937)
'Pimpernel' Smith
(1941)
Another Man's Poison
(1951)

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 1954 The Lake District (Documentary short)
 1953 Wicked Wife
 1951 West of England (Documentary short)
 1950 Berth 24 (Documentary short)
 1950 Family Portrait (Short documentary)
 1950 Trio
 1949 Massacre Hill
 1948 Quartet
 1947 Frieda
 1947 Hungry Hill
 1945 The Agitator
 1944 Men of Rochdale (Short)
 1943 Nine Men (music to the film by)
 1942 A.1. At Lloyd's (Documentary short)
 1940 Blackout
 1940 21 Days Together (musical score)
 1938 Drums
 1937 Elephant Boy
 1936 East Meets West (uncredited)
 1936 Doomed Cargo (uncredited)
 1936 Secret Agent (uncredited)
 1936 The Invader (uncredited)
 1934 Power (uncredited)
 1934 Man of Aran (Documentary)
 1931 Stranglehold
 1931 Alibi
 1931 Sherlock Holmes' Fatal Hour (uncredited)
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Alternate Names:

John D.H. Greenwood
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English composer of orchestral works, piano and chamber music and motion picture scores. He studied viola and horn at the Royal College of Music. During the Second World War, he served on the staff of the BBC European Service as Assistant Music Supervisor.

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