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Sheet music for Arnold Cooke
Clarinet and Piano
For Clarinet and Piano. Composed by Arnold Cooke. Music Sales America. Sonata, Classical. Book Only. Novello & Co Ltd. #MUSNOV120130. Published by Novello & Co Ltd. (HL.14030695).
Horn in F and piano - advanced
French Horn and Piano. Composed by Arnold Cooke. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Edition Schott. Contemporary, Classical. Softcover. Composed 1952. 12 pages. Duration 4'. Schott Music #ED 10231. Published by Schott Music (HL.49002318).
Treble recorder and string orchestra
Treble Recorder and String Orchestra piano reduction. Composed by Arnold Cooke. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Edition Schott. Classical. Piano Reduction with Solo Part. Composed 1957. 46 pages. Duration 15'. Schott Music #ED 10634. Published by Schott Music (HL.49002446).
Treble recorder (Recorder)
Composed by Arnold Cooke. This edition: Folding. Sheet music. Edition Schott. Classical. Composed 1966. 12 pages. Schott Music #ED 11666. Published by Schott Music (HL.49002901).
Clarinet and Piano
Composed by Arnold Cooke. Music Sales America. Post-1900. Book Only. Novello & Co Ltd. #MUSNOV120298. Published by Novello & Co Ltd. (HL.14007467).
Soprano, Clarinet, Piano
Composed by Arnold Cooke. Book Only. Banks Music Publications #BANOSS5. Published by Banks Music Publications (BT.BANOSS5).
- Passacaglia, scherzo and finale for strings (1931)
- Harp quintet (1932)
- Quartet for flute and strings (1935-6)
- Sonata for two pianos (1938)
- Piano Concerto (1940)
- Piano Trio (1944)
- Oboe Quartet (1948)
- Mary Barton, opera (1949-54)
- Clarinet Concerto (1955)
- Violin Concerto (1958)
- Jabez and the Devil, ballet (1959-60)
- Wind Quintet (1961)
- Fantasia for organ (1964)
- Variations on a theme of Dufay (1966)
- Piano Quintet (1969)
- Cello Concerto (1972-3)
- The Invisible Duke, comic opera (1975-6)
- A Jacobean Suite (1976)
- Concerto for orchestra (1986)
- Several sonatas
- Fugal Adventures (organ)
- Suite for organ
Studied under Dent at Cambridge (1925-9, BA, MusB; MusD 1948) and (1929-32) with Hindemith at the Hochschule fur Musik, Berlin. Cooke then succeeded Walter Leigh as music director of the Festival Theatre, Cambridge. Taught at the Royal Manchester College of Music (1933-8) and after naval service during World War II he was appointed professor of harmony, counterpoint and composition at Trinity College of Music, London in 1947, where he remained for thirty-one years.