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Perkin . ?1474--99, Flemish impostor, pretender to the English throne. Professing to be Richard, Duke of York, he led an unsuccessful rising against Henry VII (1497) and was later executed
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Neill's observation is made in an article called 'Anticke Pagentrie', a quotation from Perkin Warbeck, and antics feature again in the second parallel between the two texts.
The townsfolk managed to persuade Warbeck to embark on a conspiracy against the incumbent Henry VII and to take back the crown they thought was rightfully Richard's.
When Ford embarked on Perkin Warbeck (which was published in 1633) the chronicle history as a form was deeply unfashionable.
Such rumours were confirmed in September, when the Yorkist pretender Perkin Warbeck - who had been invited to put himself at the head of the original rebellion shortly after it began - finally landed near Penzance.
When it comes to the case of William Harvey, though, the evidence for the possibility of a direct link with Ford is rather stronger, for in 1630 Harvey travelled to the continent with the Duke of Lennox, whose uncle, the previous Duke, had been one of the co-dedicatees of Ford's 1606 work Honour Triumphant, and who was related to the Earl of Newcastle, to whom Ford was to dedicate Perkin Warbeck in 1634.
Stephen Warbeck ("Shakespeare in Love") also conducted an all-day seminar on the art and craft of film music, even as he and others like Elliot Goldenthal seemed to be enjoying Ghent's Belgian brew pubs with the energy of the students who followed their every move.
That will feature a minor character from his first book, and another name from history lessons long ago, Perkin Warbeck - the man who claimed to be one of the young princes from the tower and the rightful heir to the English throne.
Other commissioned works are by Craig Armstrong, Mark-Anthony Turnage and former RSC heads of music Guy Woolfenden and Stephen Warbeck.
Previously unbeaten Vision lost 4-2 at home to lowly Warbeck
Anthony Asquith Award for achievement in music - Nancy Wilson (Almost Famous); Stephen Warbeck (Billy Elliot); Tan Dun (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon); Hans Zimmer/ Lisa Gerrard (Gladiator); T-Bone Burnett/Carter Burwell (O Brother Where Art Thou?
Anne Barton has discussed Perkin Warbeck and The Broken Heart as modifications and reconstitutions of, respectively, the history play and the revenge tragedy.