English musicians who died due to Respiratory disease

Here are 1 famous musicians from England died in Respiratory disease:

Malcolm Arnold

Malcolm Arnold (October 21, 1921 Northampton-September 23, 2006 Norwich) also known as Malcolm Henry Arnold, Sir Malcolm Henry Arnold, Sir Malcolm Henry Arnold C.B.E. or Sir Malcolm Arnold C.B.E. was an English conductor, composer, trumpeter and film score composer. He had three children, Katherine Arnold, Robert Arnold and Edward Arnold.

His discography includes: Complete Music for Solo Piano (Benjamin Frith), The Bridge on the River Kwai, Symphonies nos. 5 and 6, Symphonies nos. 7 and 8, Symphony no. 9, The Malcolm Arnold Edition, Volume 3: Orchestral, Brass & Piano Music (disc 4), Arnold for Band (Dallas Wind Symphony, conductor: Jerry Junkin), The Heroes of Telemark, The Complete Symphonies and The Chamber Music of Malcolm Arnold 2. Genres: Ballet, Film score and Ballet.

Malcolm Arnold began his musical career as a trumpeter, playing in the London Philharmonic Orchestra before joining the Royal Air Force during WWII. After the war, he began composing music for films, and went on to write over 130 film scores in his lifetime, including the classic soundtrack for "The Bridge on the River Kwai", for which he won an Academy Award in 1958. He also composed nine symphonies, numerous concertos, and works for chamber ensembles and solo instruments. In addition to his musical accomplishments, Arnold was known for his eccentric and sometimes controversial public persona. He struggled with bipolar disorder for much of his life, and was known for his heavy drinking and fiery temper. Despite these challenges, he remained an active and prolific composer until his death in 2006 at the age of 84.

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