Brian Easdale (1909–1995)

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Brian studied under Gordon Jacob and C. Armstrong Gibbs at the RCM (Royal College of Music). He wrote his first opera (Rapunzel) at the age of 17 and at age 20 had the honor of having a Dead March processional he had written performed by the London Symphony Orchestra under Sir 'Malcolm Sargent'. Brian served with the Royal Artillery during WWII ... See full bio »

Died:

(age 86) in London, England, UK

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Known For

The Red Shoes Composer
(1948)
Peeping Tom Composer
(1960)
Gone to Earth Composer
(1950)
Black Narcissus Composer
(1947)

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 1978 Return to the Edge of the World (Documentary)
 1960 Peeping Tom
 1956 Adventure On (Documentary)
 1950 Gone to Earth
 1949 Hour of Glory
 1948 The Red Shoes
 1947 Black Narcissus (music and sound score composed by)
 1942 Ferry Pilot (Documentary)
 1939 Men in Danger (Documentary short)
 1938 The HPO (Short)
 1937 A Job in a Million (Documentary short)
 1937 Big Money (Documentary short)
 1937 Kew Gardens (Documentary short)
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He composed music for William Shakespeare's play, "The Merchant of Venice," at the Library Theatre in Manchester, England with the Elizabethan Theatre Company that included Josee Richard, Tony Church, Frank Windsor, Colin George, Peter Jeffrey, Clifford Rose, Peter Ellis, Yvonne Bonnamy, and Deirdre Doone in the cast. Sir Peter... See more »
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