Peter Warlock was the pseudonym of Philip Arnold Heseltine (30 October 1894 – 17 December 1930), an Anglo-Welsh composer and music critic. The Warlock name, which reflects Heseltine's interest in occult practices, was used for all his published musical works. He is best known as a composer of songs and other vocal music; he also achieved notoriety in his lifetime through his unconventional and often scandalous lifestyle.

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  • Peter Warlock, pseudoniem van Philip Arnold Heseltine was een Engels musicoloog en componist.
  • Philip Heseltine, connu sous le pseudonyme de Peter Warlock, est un compositeur et critique musical britannique, de son nom complet Philip Arnold Heseltine, né à Londres le 30 octobre 1894, décédé à Londres le 17 décembre 1930.
  • ピーター・ウォーロック(またはワーロック、Peter Warlock)は、20世紀前半のイギリスの音楽家。ユダヤ系の音楽評論家フィリップ・アーノルド・ヘゼルタイン(Philip Arnold Heseltine, 1894年10月30日 - 1930年12月17日)が、作曲家として用いた筆名である(“warlock”とは「魔法使い」の意味である)。
  • Peter Warlock fue el seudónimo de Philip Arnold Heseltine, un compositor y crítico de música inglés. Usaba el seudónimo Peter Warlock como compositor y su nombre real como crítico, pero es más conocido por Peter Warlock.
  • Peter Warlock är en pseudonym som Philip Arnold Heseltine, född 30 oktober 1894, död 17 december 1930, använde för sin verksamhet som tonsättare. Som kritiker använde han sitt eget namn, men för eftervärden är han ändå mest känd som tonsättaren Peter Warlock.
  • 彼得·沃洛克(英语:Peter Warlock,1894年10月30日-1930年12月27日),英国作曲家,文学家。真名為菲利普·阿诺德·夏舜霆(Philip Arnold Heseltine),他的音樂及文學作品通常都以筆名發表。
  • Peter Warlock was the pseudonym of Philip Arnold Heseltine (30 October 1894 – 17 December 1930), an Anglo-Welsh composer and music critic. The Warlock name, which reflects Heseltine's interest in occult practices, was used for all his published musical works. He is best known as a composer of songs and other vocal music; he also achieved notoriety in his lifetime through his unconventional and often scandalous lifestyle. As a schoolboy at Eton, Heseltine came under the spell of the British composer Frederick Delius, with whom he formed a close friendship. After a failed student career in Oxford and London, Heseltine turned to musical journalism, while developing interests in folk-song and Elizabethan music. His first serious compositions date from around 1915. Following a period of drift and inactivity, a positive and lasting influence on his work arose from his meeting in 1916 with the Dutch composer Bernard van Dieren; he also gained creative impetus from a year spent in Ireland, studying Celtic culture and language. On his return to England in 1918, Heseltine began composing songs in a distinctive, original style, while building a reputation as a combative and controversial music critic. During 1920–21 he edited the music magazine The Sackbut. His most prolific period as a composer came in the 1920s, when he was based first in Wales and later at Eynsford in Kent. Under his own name, through his critical writings Heseltine made a pioneering contribution to the scholarship of early music. In addition, he produced a full-length biography of Delius and also wrote, edited or otherwise assisted the production of several other books and pamphlets. Towards the end of his life Heseltine became depressed by a loss of his creative inspiration; he died in his London flat of coal gas poisoning in 1930, probably by his own hand.
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  • Peter Warlock, pseudoniem van Philip Arnold Heseltine was een Engels musicoloog en componist.
  • Philip Heseltine, connu sous le pseudonyme de Peter Warlock, est un compositeur et critique musical britannique, de son nom complet Philip Arnold Heseltine, né à Londres le 30 octobre 1894, décédé à Londres le 17 décembre 1930.
  • ピーター・ウォーロック(またはワーロック、Peter Warlock)は、20世紀前半のイギリスの音楽家。ユダヤ系の音楽評論家フィリップ・アーノルド・ヘゼルタイン(Philip Arnold Heseltine, 1894年10月30日 - 1930年12月17日)が、作曲家として用いた筆名である(“warlock”とは「魔法使い」の意味である)。
  • Peter Warlock fue el seudónimo de Philip Arnold Heseltine, un compositor y crítico de música inglés. Usaba el seudónimo Peter Warlock como compositor y su nombre real como crítico, pero es más conocido por Peter Warlock.
  • Peter Warlock är en pseudonym som Philip Arnold Heseltine, född 30 oktober 1894, död 17 december 1930, använde för sin verksamhet som tonsättare. Som kritiker använde han sitt eget namn, men för eftervärden är han ändå mest känd som tonsättaren Peter Warlock.
  • 彼得·沃洛克(英语:Peter Warlock,1894年10月30日-1930年12月27日),英国作曲家,文学家。真名為菲利普·阿诺德·夏舜霆(Philip Arnold Heseltine),他的音樂及文學作品通常都以筆名發表。
  • Peter Warlock was the pseudonym of Philip Arnold Heseltine (30 October 1894 – 17 December 1930), an Anglo-Welsh composer and music critic. The Warlock name, which reflects Heseltine's interest in occult practices, was used for all his published musical works. He is best known as a composer of songs and other vocal music; he also achieved notoriety in his lifetime through his unconventional and often scandalous lifestyle.
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