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David Warrack
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David Warrack’s compositional catalogue includes songs, piano pieces, chamber, orchestral and choral works, and sacred material ranging from hymns to a full mass for choir and orchestra. From 1972 to 1991, David wrote the book, music, and lyrics for such shows as Oops!; Being Crazy is Fun; Tease for Two; Counter Melody; Praise; Windsor, and others. David Warrack was born in Calgary, where he remained through his undergraduate degree. He went on to study at the Berklee School of Music in Boston, then moved to Toronto where he studied piano with Boris Berlin, composition with John Beckwith, orchestration with Oscar Morawetz, and arranging with Gordon Delamont. The strongest influence in his professional life, however, came from Broadway conductor/author Lehman Engel.

2002

Paul Steenhuisen

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