Organ Sheet Music
Compositions by Dr William Rea
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Biography of Dr William Rea
Rea, Dr William. Hon.F.R.C.O., Hon.Mus.D. (Dunelm, 1886). Articled pupil of Josiah Pittman; pupil of Sir Sterndale Bennett (piano); studied in Leipzig with Moscheles and Ernst Friedrich E. Richter; in Prague with Dreyschock; pupil of Ignaz Moscheles. Organist of Christ Church, Watney Street, London, 1843; the Harmonic Union, 1853; St. Andrew’s, Undershaft, London, -1858; St. Michael’s, Stockwell, 1858-60; to the corporation of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1860-88; St. Thomas’, North Shields; St. Andrew’s, North Shields; St. Mary’s, North Shields, 1864-78; St. Hildas, South Shields, 1878-. Founded the Polyhymnian Choir, 1856. Composed organ and piano music, anthems, songs, &c. b. London, England, Mar. 25th, 1827; d. Newcastle-on-Tyne, Mar. 8th, 1903.
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|Rea, Dr William (1827-1903)|
|Three Pieces 1: Andante cantabile||BE00074||£5.49|
|Three Pieces 2: Andante con variazioni||BE00075||£6.49|
|Three Pieces 3: Larghetto||BE00076||£5.49|