by Peter Warlock,
arranged by Andrew Teague, reprint of the Oecumuse edition of 1994
This is a new printing on sturdy acid-free paper. 40 pages. All markings are
original. Includes photos and articles on the composer, transcriber, and music. Highest quality guaranteed. Size
of music is 9.5" x 12.5"
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(b 1951) is known for his tenure at Bradford Cathedral and now directs the Anglican Chorale in Ottawa,
Canada, which he founded.
Peter Warlock (1894-1930) was the chosen pseudonym for Philip Heseltine and used for his published music. His
“Capriol” is a suite of dances based on tunes found in a collection from 1589. Warlock wrote it first as a piano duet in 1926
and later arranged it for string orchestra. Incidently, it was the only piece that he ever conducted in public. Many know the author of the
Mediæval dance collection as Thoinot Arbeau but do not know that, similar to Heseltine’s use of a pseudonym, “Thoinot Arbeau”
was an anagramatic pseudonym chosen by author, Jehan Tabourot! Moderate.