NIGEL DEACON PIANO SCORES
(these are pieces lasting about 2
minutes based on the folktune and in
ABA form; their style is similar to that of Delius and Vaughan
The Leicestershire composer Benjamin Burrows arranged
a number of these tunes in piano duet and two-piano
arrangements are very fine, but few are published.
The Young Serving-Man
O Waly Waly
The Barley Mow
Shoals of Herring*
I will give my love an apple
Searching for Lambs
Yemon O Nock
Rolling in the Dew
The Unquiet Grave
The Three Ravens
The Gallant Rainbow
The Banks of the Nile
My love is no longer true
The Turtle Dove
The Lovers' Separation
Wi' a Hundred Pipers
The Men of Birmingham Town
Corn Riggs are Bonny
Through the Wood
(similar to the folktune settings but
The Drowned Sailor
The Banks of Green Willow
Through the Groves
The Lowlands of Holland
Young Henry the Poacher
The Cumberland's Crew
PRELUDES ON WELSH
My Grandmother's Cottage
C major, C minor, E minor, B
C minor 'Yetholm',
Bb major 'Cosby'
A minor, E minor, D minor
A minor, E minor, G minor,
C# minor, B major, G minor,
Written with unusual time signatures
E major; in 11/4
G minor; in 5/4
F major: Caprice: in 7/4
B minor, A major, Db Major
D major, Eb major, Bb major,
F major, G minor
Invention on a theme of John Stanley
Impression from "Cherry Ripe"
Til Min Gyldenlak (Wergeland)
Variations on "Kidlington Green"
Variation on a theme of Leonardo
Variation on a theme of Handel
Scherzo in style of T.A.Johnson
Setting of "Daphne", 1650
Setting of "Linden Lea"*
Chips:Six more Miniatures
Come rock the cradle, 1642
Air in D
Prelude & Allegro
Voi Che Sapete?
pf duet Five French Nursery Tunes
(Mervyn Roberts) arr. piano solo
v/p Bagatelle (Ireland) arr. 2 pianos
I love all beauteous things (C. le
Fleming*, choir) arr. piano solo
Romance from Wieniawski violin
concerto op.22, arr. piano solo.
Zigeunerweisen, for v/p (Sarasate)
arr. piano solo
l'Invitation au Voyage (H.Duparc), arr
Pieces marked with an asterisk are
based on copyright material not
owned by ND. They cannot be
performed for commercial gain, or
copied, or sold.
"SUTTON ELMS PUBLICATIONS"
distributes these pieces, which are
also available through the lending
library service and from certain large
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Suggestions for other pieces or
arrangements are welcome. Inquiries
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Deacon, Sutton Elms Publications.
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