4 edition of The Collected Letters Of Peter Warlock found in the catalog.
by Boydell Press
Written in English
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Books () Peter Warlock: The Life of Philip University Press, Oxford. (/) The Miscellaneous Writings of Philip Heseltine. 4 vols., Thames Publishing, London. () Frederick Delius and Peter Warlock: A Friendship University Press, Oxford. () The Collected Letters of Peter Warlock. 4 vols., editor, Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge. By , in full swagger as Peter Warlock, Heseltine wrote the first book on Delius, perfervid, polemical, and poetic by turns, full of inaccuracies (though he .
Peter Warlock was a pseudonym of Philip Arnold Heseltine (30 October – 17 December ), an Anglo-Welsh composer (mainly of songs) and music critic. He used the pseudonym (and various others) when composing, and is now better known by this name. Condition: Fair. First Edition. Clean and tightly bound, large format paperback original, stitched spine, patterned covers rubbed and chipped at the edges, no inscriptions. 6 pages. Included with this will be a 16 page festival programme 'Peter Warlock in Wales' from St. Tyssil's church in Llandyssil produced by the Peter Warlock society in
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During his short life he was a prolific and highly articulate letter writer and some thousand of his letters have survived. These the Warlock scholar and authority Barry Smith has edited with copious annotations and footnotes as well as generous background material.
The Collected Letters of Peter Warlock (Philip Heseltine), 4-Volume Set 作者: Smith, Barry/ Warlock, Peter 出版社: Boydell Press 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧:. So if you have a highly valued letter by Peter Warlock - Philip Heseltine and you are willing to loan it to Barry, please contact him direct by E-mail.
Barry Smith Presently there The Collected Letters Of Peter Warlock book exactly letters collected but should you wish to share your collection with Barry then I am positive that he will personally thank you and include a note of thanks in his book/s. Book Description. Two extraordinary personalities, and one remarkable friendship, are reflected in the unique corpus of letters from Anglo-Parsi composer-critic Kaikhosru Sorabji () to Philip Heseltine (Peter Warlock) (): a fascinating primary source for the period available in a complete scholarly edition for the first time.
Two extraordinary personalities, and one remarkable friendship, are reflected in the unique corpus of letters from Anglo-Parsi composer-critic Kaikhosru Sorabji () to Philip Heseltine (Peter Warlock) (): a fascinating primary source for the period available in a complete scholarly edition for the first Edition: 1st Edition.
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The Collected Letters Of Peter Warlock by Peter Warlock, Barry Smith 1 edition - first published in philip heseltine Warlock, Peter [Heseltine, Philip (Arnold)] (b London, 30 Oct ; d London, 17 Dec ). Born in the Savoy Hotel, he came from a well-to-do family of stockbrokers, solicitors, and art connoisseurs, his father dying when he was only two.
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Book reviews DAVID WRIGHT Post factum The collected letters of Peter Warlock (Philip Heseltine) Edited by Barry Smith The Boydell Press (Woodbridge, ); 4 volumes: I (), viii, pp; II (), vi, 4iopp; III (), vi, 4o8pp; IV (), vi, 40ipp;?, $ ISBN I 9.
These letters fascinatingly document the. The Collected Letters of Peter Warlock (Philip Heseltine) The composer Philip Heseltine (), better known by his pseudonym 'Peter Warlock', is one of the most fascinating characters in twentieth-century English : Peter Northeast.
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Peter Warlock (Philip Heseltine) is one of the most fascinating and enigmatic of twentieth-century British composers. He was by turns a sensitive songwriter of remarkable genius, a witty and caustic critic, a rare scholar of early music, and a friend of some of the leading figures of the day-including William Walton, Jacob Epstein, and D.
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Peter Warlock is a magician with a dark secret. More. Want to Read. Shelving menuAuthor: James Swain. Peggy Eaves was a little girl when Warlock lives in the village - but he made an impression. She talked to a local author about her memories of the composer, when Warlock lived in the village with E.J.
Moeran, Peter Warlock and Hal Collins. A quick note: it's quite a meandering interview – and Peggy misremembers some facts. The All-Round Man: Selected Letters of Percy Grainger eds. Malcolm Gillies and David Pear, Clarendon Press Peter Warlock: The Life of Philip Heseltine by Barry Smith, OUP Peter Warlock the Composer by Brian Collins, Scolar Press Smith, Barry, Peter Warlock: The Life of Philip Heseltine (Oxford, ).
Smith, Barry, Frederick Delius and Peter Warlock: A Friendship Revealed (Oxford, ). Smith, Barry (ed.), The Collected Letters of Peter Warlock (4 vols.) (Woodbridge, ) References ^.The Eton schoolboy, Philip Heseltine (Peter Warlock), was not yet 17 when he first met his musical hero Frederick Delius at a concert of his works given by Sir Thomas Beecham at Queen's Hall in The next day he wrote an ecstatic letter to Delius enthusing over `such perfect performancesof such perfect music'.
Flattered and intrigued by the young admirer, Delius replied in warm and.