Organ Sheet Music
Compositions by Rev Scotson Clark
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Biography of Rev Scotson Clark
Clark, Rev Frederick Scotson. Mus.B. (Oxon, 1867.) Studied at the Royal Academy of Music, London, under Bennett, Goss, Lucas, Engel, Pinsuti and Pettit; Exeter College, Oxford; in Paris with Eugène Sergent (piano and harmony) and Louis Lefébure-Wély (harmony); in Leipzig with Richter and Reinecke; in Stuttgart with Lebert, Pruckner and Krugen; pupil of Dr Edward J. Hopkins (organ). Organist of St. Helen’s, Bishopsgate, London; Exeter College, Oxford; the Regent Square Church, London, 1855; assistant organist of the English Church, Leipzig, Germany; organist of St. Clement-Danes’, London. Head master of St. Michael’s Grammar School, Brighton, 1867; founded the London Organ School, 1873; represented English organists at the Paris Exposition, 1878. Composed organ and piano pieces, church music, songs, &c. b. London, England, Nov. 16th, 1840; d. Marylebone, London, July 5th, 1883.
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|Clark, Rev. Frederick Scotson (1840-1883)|
|Chorus of Angels
|Fantasia in F
|Grand Offertoire in G
|Marche aux Flambeaux
|Marche des Fantomes
|Marche des Girondins
|Marche des Jacobins
|Meditation in B flat
|Melody in A
|Offertoire en forme d’une Marche (in A)
|Three Improvisations (1: in B flat; 2: in A; 3: in C; )
|Vienna Exhibition March