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A Girl in a Million is a 1946 British comedy film.
A Kid For Two Farthings is a 1955 film, directed by Carol Reed.
Alan Langford was the pen name of Alan Owen (28 February 1928 – 9 February 2011) a British radio producer and composer of light music.
Always a Bride is a 1953 British comedy film directed by Ralph Smart and starring Peggy Cummins, Terence Morgan and Ronald Squire.
Sir Andrzej Panufnik (24 September 1914 – 27 October 1991) was a Polish composer and conductor.
Appointment with Venus is a 1951 film adaptation of the Jerrard Tickell novel of the same name.
Aunt Clara is a 1954 British comedy film starring Margaret Rutherford as a woman who inherits a number of shady businesses from a relative.
Aventure Malgache (1944) is a short British propaganda film in French directed by Alfred Hitchcock for the British Ministry of Information.
Battle of the Bulge is a 1965 American widescreen epic war film produced in Spain, directed by Ken Annakin, and starring Henry Fonda, Robert Shaw, Telly Savalas, Robert Ryan, Dana Andrews and Charles Bronson.
Bon Voyage (1944) is a short French language propaganda film made by Alfred Hitchcock for the British Ministry of Information.
Bond Street is a 1948 British portmanteau drama film directed by Gordon Parry and based on a story by Terence Rattigan.
Brothers in Law is a 1957 British comedy film directed by Roy Boulting and starring Richard Attenborough, Ian Carmichael, Terry-Thomas and Jill Adams.
Buxton Orr (18 April 1924 – 27 December 1997) was a Glasgow-born Anglo-Scottish composer.
The following is a chronological list of classical music composers living and working in England, or originating from England.
A clarinet-cello-piano trio is a chamber musical ensemble made up of one clarinet, one cello, and one piano, or the name of a piece written for such a group.
Classic Produktion Osnabrück (often referred to as cpo, in lowercase) is a record label founded in 1986 by Georg Ortmann and several others.
Dancing with Crime is a 1947 British film noir film directed by John Paddy Carstairs, starring Richard Attenborough, Barry K. Barnes and Sheila Sim.
David Andross Farquhar (5 April 1928 – 8 May 2007) was a New Zealand composer and professor of music at Victoria University of Wellington.
Daybreak is a 1948 drama – classified by some as 'British Noir' – directed by Compton Bennett and starring Eric Portman, Ann Todd and Maxwell Reed.
Dear Murderer is a 1947 British thriller, directed by Arthur Crabtree for Gainsborough Pictures, and starring Eric Portman and Greta Gynt.
Double Confession is a 1950 British crime film directed by Ken Annakin and starring Derek Farr, Joan Hopkins, William Hartnell and Peter Lorre.
Thomas Edward Clark (10 May 188830 April 1962) was an English conductor and music producer for the BBC.
Edwin Carr MNZM (10 August 1926 – 27 March 2003) was a composer of classical music from New Zealand.
Espionage is a 1963 Associated Television (ATV) series, distributed outside the UK by ITC Entertainment and broadcast in the United States by NBC.
The following events occurred in February 1973.
A film score (also sometimes called background score, background music, film soundtrack, film music, or incidental music) is original music written specifically to accompany a film.
Flight from Folly is a 1945 British musical comedy film directed and produced by Herbert Mason, in his last directorial credit before moving onto production, for Warner Bros.
Footsteps in the Fog is a 1955 British crime film starring Stewart Granger and Jean Simmons, with a screenplay co-written by Lenore Coffee and Dorothy Davenport, and released by Columbia Pictures.
Frankel is the surname of.
Geoffrey Grey (born 26 September 1934) is a British classical composer.
Give Us This Day is a 1949 British film, directed by Edward Dmytryk.
Guns of Darkness is a 1962 British drama film directed by Anthony Asquith which stars David Niven, Leslie Caron and James Robertson Justice.
Hans (Heinrich) Keller (11 March 19196 November 1985) was an Austrian-born British musician and writer who made significant contributions to musicology and music criticism, as well as being a commentator on such disparate fields as psychoanalysis and football.
Happy Is the Bride is a 1958 black and white British comedy film written and directed by Roy Boulting and starring Ian Carmichael, Janette Scott, Cecil Parker, Terry-Thomas and Joyce Grenfell.
He Found a Star is a 1941 British musical film directed by John Paddy Carstairs and starring Vic Oliver, Sarah Churchill and Evelyn Dall.
Hecht-Lancaster & Buzzell Music Inc. (sometimes referred to as Hecht-Lancaster-Buzzell Music Publishing and later Hecht & Buzzell Music Inc.) was an American music publishing company, founded by the film producer Harold Hecht, his brother-in-law Loring Buzzell; and his business partner, actor/producer Burt Lancaster.
A horror film score is music used and often specially written for films in the horror genre.
Hotel Sahara is a 1951 British war comedy film directed by Ken Annakin and starring Yvonne De Carlo, Peter Ustinov and David Tomlinson.
I Only Arsked! is a 1958 British comedy film directed by Montgomery Tully and starring Bernard Bresslaw, Michael Medwin and Alfie Bass.
James Stevens (5 May 1923 – 26 June 2012) was an English composer of symphonic, operatic and avant-garde orchestral music, including film and television scores, as well as pop music of the 1960s.
John Scott (January 9, 1731 – December 12, 1783), known as Scott of Amwell, was an English landscape gardener and writer on social matters.
Sir Donald Keith Falkner (1 March 1900 – 17 May 1994), known simply as Keith Falkner, was a distinguished English bass-baritone singer especially associated with oratorio and concert recital, who later became Director of the Royal College of Music in London.
Laurence Edward Alan "Laurie" Lee, MBE (26 June 1914 – 13 May 1997) was an English poet, novelist and screenwriter, who was brought up in the small village of Slad in Gloucestershire.
Libel is a 1959 British drama film.
The following is a list of people born in Britain or of British citizenship who have worked or currently work in the classical music tradition.
This list of British Jewish entertainers includes entertainers (actors, directors, screenwriters, musicians, and others) from the United Kingdom and its predecessor states who are or were Jewish.
This is a list of composers by name, alphabetically sorted by surname, then by other names.
This article lists compositions written for the viola.
This is a list of musical compositions for violin and orchestra.
The following is a list of notable people who compose or have composed soundtrack music for films (i.e. film scores), television, video games and radio.
This is part of a list of students of music, organized by teacher.
This is a list of string quartet composers, chronologically sorted by date of birth and then by surname, whose notability is established by reliable sources.
This is a list of composers who have written symphonies, listed in chronological order by year of birth, alphabetical within year.
This is a list of tone rows and series.
A triple concerto is a concerto for three solo instruments and orchestra.
London Belongs to Me (also known as Dulcimer Street) is a British film released in 1948, directed by Sidney Gilliat, and starring Richard Attenborough and Alastair Sim.
The London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) has been associated with the cinema since the days of silent film.
Lost (also called Tears for Simon) is a 1956 British thriller film directed by Guy Green.
Love in Exile is a 1936 British romantic adventure film directed by Alfred L. Werker and starring Helen Vinson, Clive Brook and Mary Carlisle.
Mad About Men is a 1954 Technicolor British comedy film.
The Madison Scouts Drum and Bugle Corps (also known as "The Scouts", "Scouts", or "Madison") is a World Class competitive junior drum and bugle corps.
Malaga (aka Port of Spain and Fire Over Africa in its United States release) is a 1954 British-American Technicolor film noir crime film directed by Richard Sale and stars Maureen O'Hara as a former O.S.S. secret agent and Macdonald Carey as a smuggler.
Max Rostal (7 July 19056 August 1991) was a violinist and a viola player.
This is an incomplete list of music based on the works of Oscar Wilde.
Music Hath Charms is a 1935 British musical comedy film directed by Thomas Bentley, Walter Summers, Arthur B. Woods and Alexander Esway.
Night Beat is a 1947 British Brit-noir, crime thriller drama film directed by Harold Huth and starring Anne Crawford, Maxwell Reed, Ronald Howard, Christine Norden and Sid James.
No Monkey Business is a 1935 British comedy film directed by Marcel Varnel and starring Gene Gerrard, June Clyde and Renée Houston.
. Orders to Kill is a 1958 British wartime drama film.
Robert Orlando Morgan (1865 – 16 May 1956) was an English music teacher, composer and musicologist.
Paul Dean (born 1966 in Brisbane) is an Australian composer and clarinetist.
Portrait from Life (also known as Lost Daughter, and in the U.S. as The Girl in the Painting) is a 1948 British drama film directed by Terence Fisher and starring Mai Zetterling, Robert Beatty and Guy Rolfe.
Public Nuisance No.
The Queensland Symphony Orchestra (QSO) is an Australian symphony orchestra in the state of Queensland.
Radio Parade of 1935 (1934), released in the US as Radio Follies, is a British comedy film directed by Arthur B. Woods and starring Will Hay, Clifford Mollison and Helen Chandler.
Sleeping Car to Trieste is a 1948 British film directed by John Paddy Carstairs.
So Long at the Fair (US re-release title The Black Curse) is a 1950 British thriller film directed by Terence Fisher and Antony Darnborough, and starring Jean Simmons and Dirk Bogarde.
Storm Over the Nile is a 1955 film adaptation of the novel The Four Feathers, directed by Terence Young and Zoltan Korda.
Summer of the Seventeenth Doll is a 1959 Australian-British film directed by Leslie Norman and is based on the Ray Lawler play Summer of the Seventeenth Doll.
Surprise Package is a 1960 American comedy film directed by Stanley Donen and starring Yul Brynner, Mitzi Gaynor, Noël Coward, Eric Pohlmann and Barry Foster.
The Symphony No.
The Chiltern Hundreds (released in the U.S. as The Amazing Mr. Beecham) is a 1949 British comedy film directed by John Paddy Carstairs, adapting William Douglas Home's 1947 play of the same name and starring Lana Morris, David Tomlinson and Cecil Parker.
The Clouded Yellow is a 1950 British mystery film directed by Ralph Thomas and produced by Betty E. Box for Carillon Films.
The Curse of the Werewolf (1961) is a British film based on the novel The Werewolf of Paris by Guy Endore.
The End of the Affair is a black and white 1955 film directed by Edward Dmytryk and starring Deborah Kerr, Van Johnson, Peter Cushing and John Mills.
The Final Test is a 1953 British sports film written by Terence Rattigan, directed by Anthony Asquith, and starring Jack Warner, Robert Morley, George Relph and Ray Jackson.
The Importance of Being Earnest (1952) is a British film adaptation of the play by Oscar Wilde.
The Iron Petticoat (aka Not for Money) is a 1956 British Cold War comedy film starring Bob Hope and Katharine Hepburn and directed by Ralph Thomas.
The Long Dark Hall is a 1951 British (Brit-noir), mystery, suspense, courtroom-drama, crime film directed by Reginald Beck and Anthony Bushell and starring Rex Harrison, Lilli Palmer and Raymond Huntley.
The Lost Continent is a 1968 adventure film made by Hammer Films and Seven Arts featuring Eric Porter, Hildegard Knef, Suzanna Leigh, Tony Beckley, and James Cossins.
The Love Lottery is a 1954 Ealing Studios comedy film, directed by Charles Crichton and starring David Niven.
The Man In The White Suit is a 1951 science-fiction satirical comedy film made by Ealing Studios.
The Man Who Loved Redheads is a 1955 British comedy film directed by Harold French and starring Moira Shearer, John Justin and Roland Culver.
The Man Who Watched Trains Go By (1952) is a crime drama film, based on the 1938 novel by Georges Simenon and released in the United Kingdom with an all-European cast, including Claude Rains in the lead role of Kees Popinga, who is infatuated with Michele Rozier (Märta Torén).
The Net (U.S. Project M7) is a 1953 British film made by Two Cities Films, directed by Anthony Asquith and starring James Donald, Phyllis Calvert, Robert Beatty and Herbert Lom.
The Night of the Iguana is a 1964 film based on the 1961 play of the same name written by Tennessee Williams.
The Old Dark House is a 1963 comedy-horror film directed by William Castle.
The Prisoner is a 1955 drama film directed by Peter Glenville and based on the play by Bridget Boland.
The Seventh Veil is a 1945 British melodrama film directed by Compton Bennett and starring James Mason.
The Singing Cop is a 1938 British musical comedy spy drama, directed by Arthur B. Woods and starring singer Keith Falkner and Chili Bouchier.
The Years Between (1946) is a British film directed by Compton Bennett and starring Michael Redgrave, Valerie Hobson and Flora Robson in an adaptation of The Years Between by Daphne du Maurier.
The Young Lovers (U.S. Chance Meeting) is a 1954 British Cold War romance drama, directed by Anthony Asquith and starring Odile Versois and David Knight.
Dame Thea King DBE FRCM FGSM (26 December 1925 – 26 June 2007) was a British clarinettist.
They Met in the Dark is a 1943 British thriller film directed by Karel Lamac and starring James Mason, Joyce Howard and Edward Rigby.
Trottie True is a 1949 British musical comedy film directed by Brian Desmond Hurst and starring Jean Kent, James Donald and Hugh Sinclair.
Up to His Neck is a 1954 British comedy film directed by John Paddy Carstairs and starring Ronald Shiner as Jack Carter, Hattie Jacques as Rakiki and Anthony Newley as Tommy.
A viola concerto is a concerto contrasting a viola with another body of musical instruments such as an orchestra or chamber music ensemble.
Werner Andreas Albert (born 10 January 1935, Weinheim) is a German and Australian conductor.
William Pleeth OBE (12 January 19166 April 1999) was a well-known British cellist and an eminent teacher, who became widely known as the teacher of Jacqueline du Pré.
This is a summary of 1906 in music in the United Kingdom.
This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 1906.
See also 1951 in the United Kingdom The cultural year was dominated by the Festival of Britain and the opening of The Royal Festival Hall, the first dedicated concert hall of its size to be built in London since 1893: located on the South bank of the Thames, this was to host concerts by major orchestras from Britain and abroad.
This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 1951.
This is a summary of 1952 in music in the United Kingdom, including the official charts from that year.
This is a summary of 1955 in music of all genres in the United Kingdom.
This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 1958.
This is a summary of 1961 in music in the United Kingdom, including the official charts from that year.
The year 1967 was an important one for psychedelic rock, and was famous for its "Summer of Love" in San Francisco.
The 23rd Golden Globe Awards, honouring the best in film for 1965 films, were held on 28 February 1966.