- Poster, 1945 Poster, 1945
- Recording Instruments of the Orchestra, 1942 Recording Instruments of the Orchestra, 1942
- Poster, 1942 Poster, 1942
Sir Henry Wood conducts the LSO in its first Prom season at the Queen’s Hall and then tours all over the UK with the Orchestra during the war years.
The LSO records many film soundtracks, such as 49th Parallel and Dangerous Moonlight.
Gordon Walker (flute/piccolo) becomes Chairman/Secretary (1945-49).
LSO performs in a film called Instruments of the Orchestra featuring the premiere of Britten’s The Young Persons' Guide to the Orchestra.
Samuel Barber conducts his Adagio for Strings at the Three Choirs Festival.
Benjamin Britten first conducts the LSO at the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.
The LSO is reconstituted as a non-profit-distributing concern in order to qualify for more advantageous tax relief.