Score, ‘A letter to Clifford!?’ STH/4/7

Dated nd [?2004]

Extent: 44 pages

Musical score by Tom Waltham of the University of Huddersfield, written after reading Ann Littlewood’s book ‘Storthes Hall Remembered’. A fictional story based on a real patient. Opening cover contains a note to Ann Littlewood. There are 5 movements:
- 1901 – ‘Construction’ written with the help of Ann Littlewood
- 1906 – ‘Eric’ written by Tom Waltham
Last 3 are written by a schizophrenic patient:
- 1945 uses poem ‘Poor Old Clifford’
- 1960 uses extract from ‘The Hump’
- Epilogue uses ‘If I were you’
Clifford is believed to be Dr Noble. Includes inserts of a flyer advertising the premier of the piece and an introduction about the piece written by Waltham.

Musical notation

Access Conditions:
Original available for consultation by appointment

Printed document