John Arthur Lanchbery Net Worth

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John Lanchbery was born on May 15, 1923 in London, England as John Arthur Lanchbery. He is known for his work on The Turning Point (1977), Evil Under the Sun (1982) and Don Quixote (1973). He was married to Elaine Fifield. He died on February 26, 2003 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Full NameJohn Lanchbery
Date Of BirthMay 15, 1923
Place Of BirthLondon, England, UK
ProfessionMusic Department, Composer, Soundtrack
EducationRoyal Academy of Music
NationalityEnglish, British
SpouseElaine Fifield
MoviesThe Tales of Beatrix Potter, The Iron Horse, Colonel March Investigates, Deadly Nightshade, Orphans of the Storm, The Quiet Woman, The Frightened Man, The Embezzler, Delayed Action, No Trace, Blackout, Double Exposure, Swan Lake Legends (1966 Vienna State Opera House), Herold: La Fille Mal Gardee, G...
Star SignTaurus
1He was awarded the OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in the 1990 Queen's Honours List for his services to dance.
2Child: daughter Margaret.
3Survived by his companion, Thomas Han.
4Principal conductor of the Royal Ballet (London) from 1960 to 1972.
5Music director of the Australian Ballet from 1972 to 1978.
6His honors include the Bolshoi Medal, the Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Award and the Carina Ari Medal. In 1991 he was awarded the Order of the British Empire.

Music Department

So Funny It Hurt: Buster Keaton & MGM2004TV Movie documentary composer: incidental music
Great Performances: Dance in America2004TV Series musical arranger - 1 episode
Don Quichotte2003Video orchestrator
La Bayadère1999TV Movie orchestrator
La Bayadère - The Temple Dancer1991TV Movie conductor / music arranger
La fille mal gardée1986TV Movie conductor
Le chat botté1986TV Movie music arranger / orchestrator
Evil Under the Sun1982conductor / music arranger
Live from Lincoln CenterTV Series conductor - 3 episodes, 1977 - 1980 orchestrator - 1 episode, 1977
Nijinsky1980conductor / music adaptor
The Turning Point1977composer: additional music - uncredited / music adapted by / music conducted by
Don Quixote1973composer: additional music / musical director / orchestrator
Tales of Beatrix Potter1971conductor
The Nutcracker1968TV Movie conductor
The Dream1967TV Movie arranger / conductor
Schwanensee1966musical director
Romeo and Juliet1966musical director
Houseparty1964TV Movie conductor
The Sleeping Beauty1959TV Movie conductor
Blind Spot1958composer: stock music - uncredited
Murder on Approval1955composer: stock music - uncredited
Delayed Action1954musical director
The Embezzler1954musical director
Deadly Nightshade1953musical director
Black Orchid1953musical director
Maladie d'amour1952TV Short conductor - as John Lanchberry
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre1951TV Series conductor - 1 episode
The Iron Horse1924orchestrator - 1974 version


Tales of Beatrix Potter1971
Colonel March Investigates1955
Delayed Action1954uncredited
The Embezzler1954uncredited
Double Exposure1954
Deadly Nightshade1953
Black Orchid1953uncredited
13 East Street1952as John Lanchberry
The Frightened Man1952
The Quiet Woman1951
No Trace1950
The Eve of St. Agnes1950TV Movie
The Iron Horse19241995
Orphans of the Storm19212002


Mayerling2010Video arranger: "Heroide Funebre", "Valse oubliee No. 2", "Berceuse", "Morceau en caractere hongroise", "Christmas Tree No. 7", "Czardas obstine", "Fleurs melodiques des Alpes", "Hungarian Portraits Nos 1, 2, 5 and 7", "Consolations No. 1 and 5"
La Bayadère1999TV Movie arranger: "La Bayadere"
The Turning Point1977arranger: "Giselle", "Etude in A Flat Major Op. 25, No. 1" title uncredited, "Le Corsaire", "Don Quixote: Pas de deux" uncredited, "La Bayadère" uncredited, "Mini Montage" uncredited
The Nutcracker1968TV Movie performer: "The Nutcracker"


The Melodies Linger On1971TV SeriesHimself

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