Centaur-hunting in Worcester Cathedral

'Can you tell me if there is a centaur in the cathedral?' Edward Elgar asked his friend Ivor Atkins, Organist of Worcester Cathedral, in a letter written in 1918. Atkins despatched his son Wulstan to have a look for images of the mythical beast on the cathedral's misericords (the carved undersides of the pew seats in the choirstalls) and stone carvings. Inspired by reading the correspondence betgween Elgar and Atkins, blogging conductor Mikel Toms set out on his own centaur hunt in the cathedral - read his analysis of the likely candidates here.