Organ Sheet Music

Compositions by Édouard Silas

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Biography of Édouard Silas

Silas, Édouard (Edward) Eli. Studied in Frankfurt with Louis Lacombe; Paris with Friedrich W. M. Kalkbrenner; at the Paris Conservatory, gaining first prize for organ, 1849, under François Benoist and Jacques Fromenthal Halévy. Organist of the Catholic Chapel, Kingston-upon-Thames, England. Professor at the Guildhall School of Music, London, England. Moved to England, 1950. Composed cantatas, church music, organ pieces, orchestral and chamber music, piano pieces, songs, &c. b. Amsterdam, Holland, Aug. 22nd, 1827; d. West Kensington, London, England, Feb. 8th, 1909.

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Silas, Édouard (1827-1909)
Allegro Moderato (Op. 74) BE00235 £5.49 add
Capriccio (Op. 121) BE00236 £6.49 add
Fantasia on St. Ann’s tune BE00055 £6.99 add
March in B flat BE01197 In preparation
Meditation in an old Gothic Church BE00234 £5.49 add
Melody in E minor BE01195 In preparation
Moderato from Sonata in F BE00226 £7.49 add
Prelude in D BE01196 In preparation


Albums A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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