Organ Sheet Music
Compositions by Dr Edward John Hopkins
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Biography of Dr Edward John Hopkins
Hopkins, Dr Edward John. Mus.D. (Cantuar, 1882), F.R.C.O. Chorister in the Chapel Royal, 1826-33; pupil of Thomas Forbes Walmisley. Organist of Micham Parish Church, 1834-38; St. Peter’s, Islington, London, 1838-41; St. Luke’s, Berwick Street London, 1841-43; the Temple Church, London, 1843-98. One of the founders of the Royal College of Organists. Professor of organ at the Royal Normal College for the Blind, Norwood. Composed anthems, services, organ pieces, madrigals, songs, part-songs, &c. Joint author with Dr Edward F. Rimbault of “The Organ: its History and Construction”, 1855; author of “The English Mediæval Church Organ”, 1888. Brother of John Hopkins and Thomas Hopkins; cousin of Dr John Larkin Hopkins. b. Westminster, England, June 30th, 1818; d. Camden Square, London, Feb. 4th, 1901.
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|Hopkins, Dr Edward John (1818-1901)|
|Four Pieces (1: Serioso; 2: Placidamente; 3: Grazioso; 4: Moto Continuo)||BE00053||£7.49|