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Best, William Thomas (1826-1897)

Biography of W. T. Best

W. T. Best

Best, William Thomas. Studied at Carlisle Cathedral under John Norman and Abraham Young. Organist of the Pembroke Road Chapel, Liverpool, 1840-55; the Church for the Blind, Liverpool, 1847; the Royal Panopticon, Leicester Square, London, 1853-54; Lincoln’s Inn Chapel, 1854; St. Martin’s-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London, 1855; St. George’s Hall, Liverpool, 1855-94; Wallasey Parish Church, Birkenhead, 1860-63; Holy Trinity, Liverpool, 1863; West Derby Parish Church, 1879. Engaged in 1871 to give recitals at the Royal Albert Hall (stayed for only a short time). Solo Organist at the Handel festival at the Crystal Palace. Opened the organ in Sydney Town Hall, 1890. Was one of the greatest English Organists of his time. Received a Civil List pension of £100 per annum. Composed church services, anthems, organ pieces, &c. b. Carlisle, England, Aug. 13th, 1826; d. Liverpool, May 10th, 1897 (buried in Childwell Churchyard).

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Concert Fugue on a Trumpet-Fanfare
Title: Concert Fugue on a Trumpet-Fanfare
Composer: W. T. Best
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Pages: 8
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0259-4
Published: 20-Feb-2004Add to basket
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Fantasia & Fugue on the “Old 81st”
Title: Fantasia & Fugue on the “Old 81st”
Composer: W. T. Best
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Pages: 18
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0060-6
Published: 10-Mar-2002Add to basket
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Six Pieces for Church Use Vol. 2 (1: Andante serioso in D minor; 2: Fuga in A (adagio molto); 3: Andantino in G; 4: March for a Church Festival in D; 5: Alla Breve in C; 6: Fantasia in F; )
Title: Six Pieces for Church Use Vol. 2
Composer: W. T. Best
Price: €13.99
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Pages: 31
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0402-4
Published: 21-Nov-2005Add to basket
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Bexfield, Dr William Richard (1824-1853)

Biography of Dr W. R. Bexfield

Bexfield, Dr William Richard. Mus.B. (Oxon, 1846), Mus.D. (Cantab, 1849). Pupil of Dr Zechariah Buck. Organist of Boston Parish Church, 1845-48; St. Helen’s, Bishopsgate, London, 1848-53. Composed an oratorio, organ fugues, anthems, part-songs, songs, &c. b. Norwich, England, Apr. 27th, 1824; d. Kensington, London, Oct. 29th, 1853.

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Four Concert Fugues (1: in A flat; 2: in E minor; 3: in F; 4: in C; )
Title: Four Concert Fugues
Composer: Dr W. R. Bexfield
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Pages: 20
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0225-9
Published: 13-Jun-2003Add to basket
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Chipp, Dr Edmund Thomas (1823-1886)

Biography of Dr E. T. Chipp

Chipp, Dr Edmund Thomas. Mus.B. (Cantab, Mar. 17th, 1859), Mus.D. (Cantab, June 21st, 1860). Chorister at the Chapel Royal, London, under William Hawes; pupil of W. Thomas (violin) and J. B. Nadaud (violin). Organist of the Percy Chapel, Tottenham Court Road, London; the Albany Chapel, Regent’s Park, London, 1843-46; St. John’s Chapel, Downside Hill, Hampstead, London, 1846-46; St. Olave’s, Southwark, London, 1847-52; St. Mary-at-Hill’s, Eastcheap, London, 1852-56; the Royal Panopticon, Leicester Square, London, 1855; Holy Trinity, Paddington, London, 1856-62; St. George’s, Belfast, Ireland, 1862-66; Ulster Hall, Belfast, 1862-66; Kinnaird Hall, Dundee, Scotland, 1866; St. Paul’s, Edinburgh, 1866; Ely Cathedral, England, 1866-86. Violinist in Her Majestys Private Band, London, 1843-55; with the Royal Italian Opera, London. Composed church, organ music, oratorios, &c. b. London, England, Dec. 25th, 1823; d. Nice, France, Dec. 17th, 1886.

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Fugue in A minor
Title: Fugue in A minor
Composer: Dr E. T. Chipp
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Pages: 7
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0050-7
Published: 27-Apr-2002Add to basket
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Dienel, Otto (1839-1905)

Biography of Otto Dienel

Dienel, Otto. Studied at the Görlitz Gymnasium; the Royal Institute of Church Music, Berlin, 1863-67; the Royal Academy, Berlin; pupil of August W. Bach and Johann Schneider. Organist of St. Bartholomew’s, Friedrichshain, Berlin, 1865; the Holy Cross Church, Kreutzberg, Berlin; St. Mary’s, Berlin, 1881-1905. Author of “Die moderne Orgel.” Son of Karl Wilhelm Dienel. b. Tiefenfurt, Silesia, Germany, Jan. 11th, 1839; d. Steglitz, Berlin, Mar. 7th, 1905.

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Fugue in G
Title: Fugue in G (Op. 2)
Composer: Otto Dienel
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Pages: 8
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0148-1
Published: 11-Oct-2002Add to basket
(Op. 2)
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Duncan, William Edmondstoune (1866-1920)

Biography of Edmondstoune Duncan

Duncan, William Edmondstoune. A.R.C.O. (1882). Studied at the Royal College of Music, London, under Sir Hubert H. Parry, Sir Charles V. Stanford, Sir George Martin and E. Pauer; pupil of Sir G. A. Macfarren. Music critic in London; professor at the Oldham College of Music. Composed choral and orchestral music, a mass, an opera, songs, part-songs, &c. Wrote about music. b. Sale, Cheshire, England, Apr. 22nd, 1866; d. there, June 26th, 1920.

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Six Church Pieces (Op. 20) (1: Prelude in G; 2: Andante in C; 3: Pastorale in E major; 4: Fughetta in C; 5: Meditation in A flat; 6: Postlude in C minor) BE01163 In preparation
Eddy, Hiram Clarence (1851-1937)

Biography of Clarence Eddy

Clarence Eddy

Eddy, Hiram Clarence. Studied in Greenfield, Massachusetts, with J. G. Wilson; in Hartford, Connecticut, with Dudley Buck (organ); in Berlin with A. Haupt (organ) and Albert Löschhorn (piano), 1871. Organist of the Bethany Congregational Church, Montpelier, Vermont, 1858-71; the First Congregational Church, Chicago, Illinois, 1874-76; the First Presbyterian Church, Chicago, Illinois, 1879-96; recitalist at the Vienna Exposition, 1873; Philadelphia Centennial, 1876; concert organist; touring the U.S.A. and Europe. Director of the Hershey School of Musical Art, Chicago, Illinois, 1876; a founder of the American Guild of Organists. Moved to Chicago, Illinois, 1874. Composed organ music, church music, songs, &c. b. Greenfield, Massachusetts, U.S.A., June 23rd, 1851; d. Chicago, Illinois, Jan. 10th, 1937.

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Prelude & Fugue in A minor (1: Prelude; 2: Fugue; )
Title: Prelude & Fugue in A minor
Composer: Clarence Eddy
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Pages: 11
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0909-8
Published: 21-May-2015Add to basket
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Faulkes, George William Henry (1863-1933)

Biography of William Faulkes

William Faulkes

Faulkes, George William Henry. Pupil of William Dawson and Henry Dillon-Newman. . Organist of St. John-the-Baptist’s, Tue Brook, Liverpool, 1882-86; St. Margaret’s, Anfield, Liverpool, 1886-1933. b. Liverpool, England, Nov. 4th, 1863; d. there, Jan. 25th, 1933.

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Prelude and Fugue in G minor (1: Predude; 2: Fugue; )
Title: Prelude and Fugue in G minor
Composer: William Faulkes
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Pages: 12
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0527-4
Published: 05-Mar-2008Add to basket
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Gaul, Harvey Bartlett (1881-1945)

Biography of Harvey B. Gaul

Gaul, Harvey Bartlett. Pupil of George F. Lejeune (organ); studied in New York with Dudley Buck; London with Dr Philip Armes and A. R. Gaul; at the Paris Conservatory under Alexandre Guilmant; the Schola Cantorum, Paris, under Charles Marie Widor and Vincent d’Indy. Assistant organist of St. John’s Chapel, New York City, 1898; organist of St. Luke’s Chapel, Paris, France; the Emmanuel Church, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A., 1900-08; the Calvary Episcopal Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1910-45. Taught at the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Composed organ pieces, cantatas, songs, part-songs, anthems, &c. Wrote criticism for Pittsburgh newspapers. b. Astoria, New York, U.S.A., Apr. 11th, 1881; d. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Dec. 1st, 1945.

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Fughetta BE01326 In preparation
Handel, George Frederick (1685-1759)

Biography of Georg Friedrich Händel

Georg Friedrich Händel

Händel (Handel, Haendel, Hendel), Georg Friedrich (George Frederick). Studied at Halle Cathedral, 1692, under Friedrich W. Zachau (counterpoint, organ, harpsichord and oboe). Assistant organist of Halle Cathedral, 1697-1702; organist there, 1702-03. Violinist at Hanover Opera, 1703; in Italy, 1706; conductor to the Elector of Hannover, 1709; to the Duke of Chandos, England, 1718; music master to the Prince of Wales; director of the Royal Academy, London. Composed operas, oratorios, serenatas, odes, anthems, songs, cantatas, concertos, suites, &c. b. Halle, Germany, Feb. 23rd, 1685; d. London, England, Apr. 14th, 1759.

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Prelude & Fugue in F minor from the “Suite pour le Clavecin”
Title: Prelude & Fugue in F minor from the “Suite pour le Clavecin” (arr. by W. T. Best)
Composer: George Frederick Handel
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Pages: 8
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-1181-7
Published: 20-Aug-2014Add to basket
(arr. by W. T. Best)
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Hesse, Adolf Friedrich (1809-1863)

Biography of Adolf F. Hesse

Hesse, Adolf Friedrich. Pupil of Dr C. H. Rinck, Friedrich Wilhelm Berner (organ) and E. Köhler (organ). Assistant organist of St. Elizabeth’s, Breslau, 1827-31; organist of St. Bernard’s, Breslau, 1831-63. Director of the Breslau Symphony Concerts. Composed cantatas, symphonies, chamber music, organ pieces, &c. Author of an “Orgelschule”. b. Breslau, Germany, Aug. 30th, 1809; d. there, Aug. 5th, 1863.

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Prelude & Fugue in B minor (1: Prelude; 2: Fugue; )
Title: Prelude & Fugue in B minor (Op. 86)
Composer: Adolf F. Hesse
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Pages: 12
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0216-7
Published: 04-Jul-2003Add to basket
(Op. 86)
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Prelude & Fugue in D minor (1: Prelude; 2: Fugue; )
Title: Prelude & Fugue in D minor (Op. 66)
Composer: Adolf F. Hesse
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Pages: 10
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0217-4
Published: 02-Jul-2003Add to basket
(Op. 66)
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Lemare, Edwin Henry (1865-1934)

Biography of Edwin H. Lemare

Edwin H. Lemare

Lemare, Edwin Henry. A.R.A.M., F.R.A.M., F.R.C.O. (1886). Pupil of his father; won a Goss Scholarship from the Royal Academy of Music, London, 1876; studied there under Sir G. A. Macfarren, Walter Macfarren, Dr Charles Steggall and Dr Edmund H. Turpin. Organist of St. Mary’s, Brookfield, Highgate, London; St. John-the-Evangelist’s, Brownswood Park, London, 1882; St. Andrew’s, Cardiff, Wales; the Park Hall, Cardiff; Sheffield Parish Church, England, 1886; the Albert Hall, Sheffield, 1886; Holy Trinity, Sloane Square, London, 1892-95; St. Margaret’s, Westminster, London, 1897-1902; the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, U.S.A., 1902-05; at the Pan-America Exposition, San Francisco, 1915; San Francisco City Organist, 1917-20; Portland, Maine, 1920-24; civic organist of Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1924-29. Toured the U.S.A., 1900-01; Australia; New Zealand; Europe. Designed the organ for Auckland Town Hall, New Zealand; Melbourne Town Hall, Australia. The finest and most highly paid organ recitalist of his day; popularized Wagnerian operas in England, though his transcriptions of them. Composed organ pieces, church music, an orchestral symphony, &c. Son of Edwin Lemare; nephew of Dr William Lemare. b. Ventnor, Isle-of-Wight, England, Sep. 9th, 1865; d. Los Angeles, California, U.S.A., Sep. 24th, 1934.

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Fantaisie Fugue in G minor
Title: Fantaisie Fugue in G minor (Op. 48)
Composer: Edwin H. Lemare
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Pages: 13
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0584-7
Published: 08-Jul-2009Add to basket
(Op. 48)
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Marchant, Dr Arthur William (1850-1921)

Biography of Dr Arthur W. Marchant

Marchant, Dr Arthur William. F.R.C.O. (1878), Mus.B. (Oxon, 1879), Mus.D. (Oxon, 1898). Organist of St. John’s College, Mansfield, 1870-76; Streatham Parish Church, London, 1876-77; St. Luke’s, Kentish Town, London, 1878-80; St. John’s Cathedral, Denver, Colorado, U.S.A., 1880-82; Sevenoaks Parish Church, England, 1882-89; All Saints’ Parish Church, Huntingdon, 1889-95; St. John’s (Episcopal), Dumfries, Scotland, 1895-1901; Holy Trinity (Episcopal), Stirling, 1901-21. Composed church music, piano and organ pieces, &c. b. Lambeth, London, England, Oct. 18th, 1850; d. Stirling, Scotland, Nov. 23rd, 1921.

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Two Preludes & Fugues on Hymn-tunes (1: “Rockingham”; 2: “Martyrdom”; )
Title: Two Preludes & Fugues on Hymn-tunes
Composer: Dr Arthur W. Marchant
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Pages: 7
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0199-3
Published: 20-Jun-2003Add to basket
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Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Jakob Ludwig Felix (1809-1847)

Biography of Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Jakob Ludwig Felix. Hon.Ph.D. (Leipzig, 1841). Pupil of Berger, Zelter and Hennings; Moscheles, 1824; studied at Berlin University. Organist. Visited England, 1829; toured Germany, Austria, Italy, and France, 1830-32. Conducted the Lower Rhine Festival, Düsseldorf, 1833; Cologne, 1835; Gewandhaus Orchestra, Leipzig, 1835; Philharmonic Concerts, London, 1844; a chief organizer of the Leipzig Conservatory, 1843. Composed oratorios, cantatas, symphonies, incidental music, chamber music, concertos, piano and organ pieces, &c. Brother of Fanny Hensel. b. Hamburg, Germany, Feb. 3rd, 1809; d. Leipzig, Nov. 4th, 1847.

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Prelude & Fugue No 1 in C minor (1: Prelude; 2: Fugue; )
Title: Prelude & Fugue No 1 in C minor (Op. 37/1)
Composer: Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
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Pages: 12
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0744-5
Published: 15-Oct-2013Add to basket
(Op. 37/1)
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Prelude & Fugue No 2 in G (1: Prelude; 2: Fugue; )
Title: Prelude & Fugue No 2 in G (Op. 37/2)
Composer: Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
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Pages: 9
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0745-2
Published: 12-Nov-2013Add to basket
(Op. 37/2)
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Prelude & Fugue No 3 in D minor (1: Prelude; 2: Fugue; )
Title: Prelude & Fugue No 3 in D minor (Op. 37/3)
Composer: Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
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Pages: 15
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0746-9
Published: 14-Nov-2013Add to basket
(Op. 37/3)
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Merkel, Gustav (1827-1885)

Biography of Gustav Merkel

Gustav Merkel

Merkel, Gustav Adolf (Adolph). Studied in Dresden with Julius Otto (counterpoint) and Johann Schneider (organ); pupil of Otto Reissiger (harmony) and Robert Schumann (composition). Organist of the Waisenhauskirche, Dresden, 1858; the Kreuzkirche, Dresden, 1860; the Catholic Court Church, 1864-85. Professor of Dresden Conservatory, 1861. A friend of Robert Schumann. Composed organ pieces, piano pieces, songs, &c. Author of an Organ School. b. Oberoderwitz, near Zittau, Germany, Nov. 12th, 1827; d. Dresden, Oct. 30th, 1885.

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Fantasia & Fugue in C
Title: Fantasia & Fugue in C (Op. 5)
Composer: Gustav Merkel
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Pages: 16
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0473-4
Published: 12-Jul-2006Add to basket
(Op. 5)
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Ouseley, Rev. Sir Frederick Arthur Gore bart. (1825-1889)

Biography of Sir Frederick Arthur Gore Ouseley

Ouseley, Sir Frederick Arthur Gore. B.A. (Oxon, 1846), M.A. (Oxon, 1849), Mus.B. (Oxon, 1850), Mus.D. (Oxon, 1854), Mus.D. (Cantab, 1862), Hon.LL.D. (Cantab, 1883), Hon.LL.D. (Edinburgh, 1885). Studied at Christ Church College, Oxford. Organist at Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, 1846 (gratuitously). Ordained, 1849; curate of St. Paul’s Knightsbridge, London, 1849-50; founded St. Michael’s College, Tenbury, 1854; professor of music at Oxford University, 1855; precentor at Hereford Cathedral, 1855. Composed oratorios, services, organ pieces, chamber music, part-songs, songs, &c. Author of “Position of organs in churches”, 1886. Wrote about theory, musical form, &c. b. London, England, Aug. 12th, 1825; d. Hereford, Apr. 6th, 1889.

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Prelude & Fugue in B flat (1: Prelude; 2: Fugue; )
Title: Prelude & Fugue in B flat
Composer: Sir F. A. G. Ouseley
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Pages: 10
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0070-5
Published: 01-Jan-2001Add to basket
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Parry, Sir Charles Hubert Hastings (1848-1918)

Biography of Sir Hubert H. Parry

<i>Sir</i> Hubert H. Parry

Parry, Sir Charles Hubert Hastings. Mus.B. (Oxon, 1867), B.A. (Oxon, 1870), M.A. (Oxon, 1874), Hon.Mus.D. (Cantab, 1883), Hon.Mus.D. (Oxon, 1884), Hon.Mus.D. (Dublin, 1891); knighted, 1898; baronet, 1903. Studied at Eton College, 1861; Exeter College, Oxford; pupil of Sterndale Bennett, Sir G. A. Macfarren and Dr G. Elvey(composition); in Stuttgart with Edward Dannreuther (piano) and H. H. Pierson. Choragus to Oxford University, 1883; director of the Royal College of Music, London, 1894-1918; professor of music at Oxford University, 1901-08. Composed symphonies, overtures, chamber music, piano pieces, anthems, songs, oratorios, &c. b. Bournemouth, England, Feb. 27th, 1848; d. Knight’s Croft, Rustington, Oct. 7th, 1918.

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Fantasia & Fugue (1: Fantasia; 2: Fugue; )
Title: Fantasia & Fugue
Composer: Hubert H. Pary
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Pages: 20
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0023-1
Published: 01-Jan-1999Add to basket
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Raff, Joseph Joachim (1822-1882)

Biography of Joachim Raff

Raff, Joseph Joachim. Studied in Wiesensetten; at the Jesuit Lyceum, Schwyz. Taught piano at Wiesbaden, 1856; director of the Hoch Conservatory, Frankfurt, 1877-. Composed operas, symphonies, suites, overtures, concertos, cantatas, chamber and church music, songs, &c. b. Lachen, near Zürich, Switzerland, May 27th, 1822; d. Frankfurt-am-Main, June 25th, 1882.

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Introduction & Fugue in E minor
Title: Introduction & Fugue in E minor
Composer: Joachim Raff
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Pages: 12
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0331-7
Published: 08-Jan-2004Add to basket
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Reger, Johann Baptist Joseph Maximilian (1873-1916)

Biography of Max Reger

Max Reger

Reger, Johann Baptist Joseph Maximilian. Studied in Weiden with Adalbert Lindner; in Sondershausen with Hugo Reimann, 1890; at the Wiesbaden Conservatory. Organist of Weiden Cathedral, 1886-89. Taught at the Wiesbaden Conservatory, 1895-96; music critic with the “Allgemeine Musik-Zeitung”; professor of harmony, counterpoint and organ at the Royal Academy of Music, Munich, 1905-06; conducted the Porges’ Singing Society; taught composition and instrumentation at the Leipzig Conservatory, 1907-16. Composed orchestral, piano, and organ pieces, songs, chamber music, cantatas, &c. b. Brand, Kemnath, Germany, Mar. 19th, 1873; d. Leipzig, May 11th, 1916.

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Introduction & Passacaglia in D minor BE01353 In preparation
Introduction, Passacaglia & Fugue in E minor (Op. 127) BE01354 In preparation
Prelude & Fugue in C sharp minor (Op. 85/1) (1: Phantasie; 2: Intermezzo; 3: Introduction & Passacaglia) BE01356 In preparation
Prelude & Fugue in E minor (Op. 85/4) (1: Prelude; 2: Fugue) BE01359 In preparation
Prelude & Fugue in F major (Op. 85/3) (1: Prelude; 2: Fugue) BE01358 In preparation
Prelude & Fugue in G major (Op. 85/2) (1: Prelude; 2: Fugue) BE01357 In preparation
Rheinberger, Josef Gabrie (1839-1901)

Biography of Josef Rheinberger

Josef Rheinberger

Rheinberger, Josef Gabriel. Pupil of Sebastian Pohly; studied in Feldkirch; at the Royal School of Music, Munich, under Leonhard (piano), Dr J. G. Herzog (organ) and Maier (counterpoint), 1851-58. Organist of Vaduz Church, 1846-50; the Theattiner Church, Munich, Germany; St. Michael’s, Munich, 1860-66. Professor of piano at the Royal School of Music, Munich, 1859; theory there, 1860-67; organ there, 1867-1901; conductor of the Royal Chapel Choir, 1877. Composed operas, an oratorio, masses, orchestral pieces, chamber music, piano and organ pieces, &c. b. Vaduz, Liechtenstein, Mar. 17th, 1839; d. Munich, Germany, Nov. 25th, 1901.

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Sonata No 3 in G (1: Pastorale; 2: Intermezzo; 3: Fuge ; )
Title: Sonata No 3 in G (Op. 88)
Composer: Josef Rheinberger
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Pages: 20
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0117-7
Published: 12-Jan-2003Add to basket
(Op. 88)
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Sonata No 4 in A minor (1: Tonus peregrinus; 2: Intermezzo; 3: Fuga cromatica ; )
Title: Sonata No 4 in A minor (Op. 98)
Composer: Josef Rheinberger
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Pages: 24
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0118-4
Published: 19-Mar-2003Add to basket
(Op. 98)
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Sonata No 6 in E flat minor (1: Preludio; 2: Intermezzo; 3: Marcia Religiosa; 4: Fuga; )
Title: Sonata No 6 in E flat minor (Op. 119)
Composer: Josef Rheinberger
Price: €13.49
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Pages: 30
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0196-2
Published: 24-Jun-2003Add to basket
(Op. 119)
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Sonata No 8 in E minor (1: Fuge; 2: Intermezzo; 3: Scherzoso; 4: Passacaglia; )
Title: Sonata No 8 in E minor (Op. 132)
Composer: Josef Rheinberger
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Pages: 36
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0198-6
Published: 30-Jun-2003Add to basket
(Op. 132)
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Schumann, Robert Alexander (1810-1856)

Biography of Robert Schumann

Robert Schumann

Schumann, Robert Alexander. Ph.D. (Jena, 1840). Studied at the Zwickau Gymnasium, 1820-28; Leipzig University, (for law), 1828; in Leipzig with Friedrich Wieck (piano). Organist of St. Mary’s, Zwickau. Settled in Dresden, 1844-50. Taught at the Leipzig Conservatory, 1843; town director of music, Düsseldorf, 1850-53; conducted the Lower Rhine Festival, 1853. Permanently crippled one of his fingers with a device he had invented to keep it straight whilst he was playing the piano; he tried to commit suicide by jumping into the Rhine, but was saved by a boatman, 1854, afterwards was committed to an asylum near Bonn. Composed symphonies, concertos, overtures, chamber music, piano pieces, &c. Husband of Clara Schumann. b. Zwickau, Germany, June 8th, 1810; d. Endenich, near Bonn, July 29th, 1856 (insane).

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Six Fugues on the name B-A-C-H (Op. 60) BE01024 In preparation
Smart, Henry Thomas (1813-1879)

Biography of Henry Smart

Henry Smart

Smart, Henry Thomas. Studied for Law but threw over legal studies to become an organist; pupil of W. H. Kearns. Organist of Blackburn Parish Church, 1831-38; St. Philip’s, Regent Street, London, 1836-44; St. Luke’s, Old Street, London, 1844-64; St. Pancras’, Euston Road, London, 1865-79. Became blind in 1864. Composed an opera, cantatas, services, anthems, part-songs, songs, organ pieces, &c. Designed the organs at Leeds Town Hall and St. Andrew’s Hall, Glasgow. Nephew of Sir George T. Smart. b. Marylebone, London, England, Oct. 26th, 1813; d. Hampstead, London, July 6th, 1879.

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Air with Variations & Finale Fugato in A
Title: Air with Variations & Finale Fugato in A
Composer: Henry Smart
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Pages: 23
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0608-0
Published: 10-Sep-2007Add to basket
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Spark, Dr William (1823-1897)

Biography of Dr William Spark

Spark, Dr William. Mus.D. (Dublin, 1861). Chorister at Exeter Cathedral; articled pupil of Dr S. S. Wesley, 1834. Organist of St. Laurence’s, Exeter, 1840-42; assistant organist of Leeds Parish Church, 1842; St. Paul’s, Leeds; Tiverton Parish Church; in Daventry; Northampton; of St. George’s, Leeds, 1850-80; Leeds Town Hall, 1860-97. Founded and conducted the Leeds Madrigal and Motet Society; the Peoples Concerts; editor of the “Organist Quarterly Journal”. Composed an oratorio, cantatas, anthems, services, organ pieces, songs, &c. Author of a biography of Henry Smart; “Handy book for the Organ”. Brother of Edward J. Spark. b. Exeter, England, Oct. 28th, 1823; d. Leeds, June 16th, 1897.

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Introduction & Fughetto in E flat
Title: Introduction & Fughetto in E flat
Composer: Dr William Spark
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Pages: 7
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0874-9
Published: 16-Jul-2014Add to basket
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Spohr, Ludwig Louis (1784-1859)

Biography of Louis Spohr

Spohr, Ludwig (Louis). Pupil of Riemenschneider and Dufour; studied in Brunswick with Kinisch (violin), Hartung (theory) and Maucourt (violin); pupil of Dufour, Kunisch and Franz Eck. Violinist. Composed operas, symphonies, chamber, church and choral music, &c. b. Brunswick, Germany, Apr. 5th, 1784; d. Cassel, Nov. 22nd, 1859.

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Choral Fugue
Title: Choral Fugue (arr. by W. T. Best)
Composer: Louis Spohr
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0915-9
Published: 16-Oct-2014Add to basket
(arr. by W. T. Best)
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Stanford, Sir Charles Villiers (1852-1924)

Biography of Sir Charles V. Stanford

<i>Sir</i> Charles V. Stanford

Stanford, Sir Charles Villiers. B.A. (Cantab, 1874), D.C.L. (Durham), M.A. (Cantab, 1877), Hon.Mus.D. (Oxon, 1883), Mus.D. (Cantab, 1888), F.R.C.O., knighted, 1903. Pupil of Arthur O’Leary (composition) and Sir Robert P. Stewart (composition); studied in London with Ernst Pauer (piano); in Leipzig with Dr Karl Reinecke, 1875-76; and Berlin with Friedrich Kiel. Organ scholar of Queens College, Cambridge, 1870; organist of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1873-92. Professor of composition at the Royal College of Music, London, 1883; professor of music at Cambridge University, 1887-1924; conducted the Cambridge Amateur Vocal Guild; the Cambridge University Musical Society, 1873-93; Bach Choir, 1885-1903; the Leeds Philharmonic Society, 1897-; the Leeds Festival, 1903. Elected Corresponding Member of the Société des Compositeurs de Musique, Paris, 1892. Composed symphonies, oratorios, operas, cantatas, odes, incidental music, church music, orchestral music, chamber music, organ pieces, songs, piano pieces, &c. b. Dublin, Ireland, Sep. 30th, 1852; d. Marylebone, London, England, Mar. 29th, 1924.

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Fantasia & Fugue in D minor (1: Fantasia; 2: Fugue; )
Title: Fantasia & Fugue in D minor (Op. 103)
Composer: Sir Charles V. Stanford
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Pages: 17
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0020-0
Published: 01-Jan-1999Add to basket
(Op. 103)
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Tietz, Philipp (1816-1878)

Biography of Philipp Tietz

Tietz, Philipp. Organist in Hanover; Hildesheim, 1845. b. Hildesheim, Germany, Apr. 16th, 1816; d. 1878.

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Fugato in C
Title: Fugato in C (Op. 63)
Composer: Philipp Tietz
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Pages: 5
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0976-0
Published: 10-Oct-2014Add to basket
(Op. 63)
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Tschaikowsky, Peter Ilyich (1840-1893)
Fugue from the Suite (Op. 43) (arr. by Edwin H. Lemare) BE01125 In preparation


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