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Malcolm Sargent (1895–1967)

Malcolm Sargent was born on April 29, 1895 in Ashford, Kent, England as Henry Malcolm Watts Sargent. He is known for his work on Royal Symphony (1954), Edward, My Son (1949) and Carmen (1932). He was married to Eileen Laura Harding Horne. He died on October 3, 1967 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 72) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Royal Symphony
Royal Symphony Himself - Conductor of the Royal Symphony Orchestra
Edward, My Son
Edward, My Son Music Department
Carmen Music Department
A Queen Is Crowned
A Queen Is Crowned Music Department


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 1967 Palaces of a Queen (Documentary) (conductor) / (music arranger)
 1953 A Queen Is Crowned (Documentary) (music advisor - as Sir Malcolm Sargent)
 1953 Gilbert and Sullivan (musical director)
 1952 Giselle (Short) (conductor)
 1949 Edward, My Son (conductor: The Philharmonia Orchestra)
 1941 The Heart of Britain (Documentary short) (conductor)
 1932 Carmen (music arranger) / (musical director)
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 2008 Bart Got a Room (performer: "Messiah Hallelujah Chorus" - as Sir Malcolm Sargent)
 1948 The Red Shoes (arranger: "La Boutique Fantasque" - uncredited)
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 1968 Contrasts (TV Series)
- The Changing Face of the Proms (1968) ... Himself (as Sir Malcolm Sargent)
 1962 The Last Night of the Proms (TV Movie)
Himself - Conductor (as Sir Malcolm Sargent)
 1958 Riverside One (TV Series)
- Episode #1.6 (1958) ... Himself (as Sir Malcolm Sargent)
 1954 Royal Symphony (Documentary short)
Himself - Conductor of the Royal Symphony Orchestra
 1946 Instruments of the Orchestra (Short)
Himself - Conductor
 1946 The Brains Trust (TV Movie)
Himself - Panelist (as Dr. Malcolm Sargent)
 1945 Battle for Music
Himself (as Dr. Malcolm Sargent)

Personal Details

Other Works:

He conducted the orchestra and chorus for Hugh Ross Williamson's adaptation of John Bunyan's novel, "Pilgrim's Progress," at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, London, England with Jack Hawkins CBE, Abraham Sofaer, Baliol Holloway, and Cathleen Nesbitt in the cast. Ralph Reader was director of the Metropolitan Ballet.

Alternate Names:

Dr. Malcolm Sargent | Sir Malcolm Sargent

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