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WARLOCK, Peter (Philip Heseltine)
b London, 30 October 1894
d London, 17 December 1930, aged thirty-six

He studied first at Eton, then privately. In 1920 he founded the periodical The Sackbut. He wrote books about Gesualdo and about his friend Delius, many of whose orchestral works he arranged for the piano. He committed suicide by gassing himself.

1917 (23)

An Old Song, for small orchestra

1922-28)

Serenade for Frederick Delius, for orchestra

1923 (29)

The Curlew, song cycle for voice, flute, English horn and string quartet

1926 (32)

Capriol Suite, for strings (also arranged for full orchestra)

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