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John Foulds (1880–1939)

Died:

(age 58) in Calcutta, India

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Known For

Åsa-Nisse på jaktstigen
(1950)
Locomotives
Locomotives Music Department
(1934)
The Stateless Man
The Stateless Man Soundtrack
(1955)

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 1955 The Stateless Man (Short) (music: "The Tell Tale Heart" - uncredited)
 1954 De röda hästarna (music: "Hebrew Rhapsody" - uncredited)
 1950 Åsa-Nisse på jaktstigen (writer: "Tell-Tale Heart")
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 1938 On the Fishing Banks of Skye (Documentary short) (as J. Foulds)
 1935 Ten Minute Alibi (uncredited)
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 1934 Locomotives (Documentary short) (music arranger)
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Alternate Names:

J. Foulds
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John Herbert Foulds played cello with The Hallé Orchestra in Manchester. He became famous in his day as a composer of light music, such as the 'Keltic Lament' from his Keltic Suite, and for his World Requiem, performed between 1923-6 at the Royal Albert Hall (London) for Armistice Night commemorations. A fascination with Eastern mysticism led to his second wife, violinist Maud McCarthy and Foulds... See more »

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Scorpio

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