Roy Douglas

Roy Douglas

(Richard) Roy Douglas (born 12 December 1907) is a British composer, pianist and arranger. He worked as musical assistant to Ralph Vaughan Williams, William Walton, and Richard Addinsell, made well-known orchestrations of works such as Les Sylphides (based on piano pieces by Chopin) and Addinsell's Warsaw Concerto, and wrote a quantity of original music.

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Roy Douglas - Major Compositions - As Arranger or Orchestrator
1941) Lord Berners ballet Les Sirènes (1946) the autograph score is entirely in Douglas's hand Franz Liszt Funérailles Ralph Vaughan Williams Songs of ...
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... music, while the orchestration is credited to Roy Douglas, an English composer who was much in demand as an arranger, orchestrator, and copyist of the ... In a memoir in the William Walton Archive, Roy Douglas claimed, "Brodsky was a so-called composer I had actually composed entire film scores for him, which went under his name" ... In a letter to Roy Douglas dated 23 December 1943, William Walton wrote, "I'm delighted about your picture ...

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