David Wulstan’s staged performances of Daniel with the Clerkes of Oxenford were internationally acclaimed in the 1960s and 1970s. This new edition is both a historiographical record of the treatment of the music in those classic performances and a practical guide to the ways in which the music can be brought to life today.
Unlike the earlier edition, with unmeasured notation, this edition presents a rhythmic interpretation. As the editor points out, you cannot have an army marching to unmeasured chant. There are extensive notes on text and performance.