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Alexis, Gerhard T. (1889-1927)

Biography of Gerhard T. Alexis

Alexis, Gerhard Theodore. Studied at Augustana College and Theological Seminary, Rock Island, Illinois. Organist. Taught organ and piano in St. Paul, Minnesota. b. Swaburg, Nebraska, U.S.A., Apr. 12th, 1889; d. St. Paul, Minnesota, May. 31st, 1927.

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Andante Pastorale BE01288 In preparation
Archer, Frederick (1838-1901)

Biography of Frederick Archer

Frederick Archer

Archer, Frederick. Chorister at All Saints’, Margaret Street, London, 1849; studied in London and Leipzig. Organist of Merton College, Oxford, 1852; St. Clement’s, Oxford, 1852; Royal Panopticon, St. Mark’s, Surbiton, near Kingston-on-Thames, c1857; Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, London; the Church of the Jesuit Fathers, London; recitalist at the International Exhibition, 1862; organist of Magdalene College, Oxford; concert organist at the Alexander Palace, London (with audiences of 20,000 people), 1872-80; organist of the Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A., 1881; the Church-of-the-Incarnation, New York City, 1882; the Church of the Ascension, Pittsburgh; recitalist at the Chickering Hall, New York; the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1895-1901. Conductor of a touring English Opera company, 1880; at Alexander Palace, London; Glasgow Select Choir, 1878-80; Boston Oratorio Society, U.S.A., 1887; Pittsburgh Orchestra, 1895-98; lecturer and conductor at the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1895-1901. Settled in New York, 1881, after a recital tour. Had very long fingers. b. Oxford, England, June 16th, 1838; d. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., Oct. 22nd, 1901.

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Two Pieces (1: Allegretto in A; 2: Pastorale – Louis XV; )
Title: Two Pieces
Composer: Frederick Archer
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Pages: 14
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0173-3
Published: 25-Aug-2002Add to basket
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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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Pastorale in D major
Title: Pastorale in D major
Composer: W. T. Best
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Pages: 9
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0090-3
Published: 21-Sep-2002Add to basket
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Crackel, Harry (1876-1951)

Biography of H. Crackel

Crackel, Harry. Mus.B. (Dunelm), F.R.C.O. Organist of St. John’s, Masborough, Rotherham, 1889-91; Eastwood Parish Church, Rotherham, 1901; Attercliffe Parish Church, Sheffield, 1914-; recitalist at the City Hall, Sheffield. Composed organ pieces, anthems, piano pieces, hymns, songs, &c. b. Masborough, Rotherham, England, 1876; d. Rotherham, Feb. 4th, 1951.

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Pastorale
Title: Pastorale
Composer: H. Crackel
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Pages: 5
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0363-8
Published: 05-Nov-2004Add to basket
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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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Pastorale
Title: Pastorale
Composer: Edmondstoune Duncan
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Pages: 4
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-1159-6
Published: 09-Dec-2014Add to basket
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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
Six Pieces (Op. 42) (1: Ave Maria in G major; 2: Pastorale in D major; 3: March in B flat major; 4: Prelude in E flat major; 5: Fugue in E flat major; 6: Postlude in G major) BE01164 In preparation
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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Pastorale in C
Title: Pastorale in C
Composer: William Faulkes
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Pages: 7
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0373-7
Published: 08-Dec-2004Add to basket
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Pastorale in F
Title: Pastorale in F
Composer: William Faulkes
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Pages: 7
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0292-1
Published: 01-Apr-2004Add to basket
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Pastorale in F sharp minor
Title: Pastorale in F sharp minor
Composer: William Faulkes
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Pages: 6
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0334-8
Published: 16-Jul-2004Add to basket
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Pastorale in in G
Title: Pastorale in in G (Op. 101/1)
Composer: William Faulkes
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Pages: 7
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0366-9
Published: 12-Nov-2004Add to basket
(Op. 101/1)
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Grey, Charles John (1849-1923)

Biography of Charles John Grey

Grey, Charles John. Taught at the London College of Music. b. Diss, Norfolk, England, 1849; d. Bexley, Kent, 1923.

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Andante-Pastorale BE01340 In preparation
Pastorale BE01351 In preparation
Guerzoni, Alberto (1963-)

Biography of Alberto Guerzoni

Guerzoni, Alberto. Studied at the G. Frescobaldi Conservatory, Ferrara. Organist. Professor at Adria Conservatory. b. Ferrara, Italy, Nov. 14th, 1963.

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Pastorale
Title: Pastorale
Composer: Alberto Guerzoni
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Pages: 7
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0502-1
Published: 21-Mar-2005Add to basket
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Harris, Dr Cuthbert (1870-1932)

Biography of Dr Cuthbert Harris

Harris, Dr Cuthbert. Mus.D. (Durham, 1899). Studied at the London Organ School. Organist of St. Andrew’s, Streatham, London, 1893; St. Leonard’s Parish Church, Streatham, London, 1903. Taught music. Author of “First Studies for the Organ”. b. Holloway, London, England, June 7th, 1870; d. Gorleston-on-Sea, June 17th, 1932.

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Chanson pastorale
Title: Chanson pastorale
Composer: Dr Cuthbert Harris
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Pages: 6
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0307-2
Published: 17-Nov-2003Add to basket
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Hollins, Alfred (1865-1942)

Biography of Alfred Hollins

Alfred Hollins

Hollins, Alfred. Hon.Mus.D. (Edinburgh, 1922); Hon.F.R.C.O. Blind organist. Studied at the Wilberforce Institution, York, under William Barnby, 1874-77; the Royal Normal College for the Blind, Upper Norwood, London, under F. J. Campbell, Fritz Hartvigson (piano), and Dr Edward J. Hopkins (organ), 1878; in Berlin under Hans von Bülow who described him as one “of those rare and true musicians among pianoforte virtuosi”, 1885. Organist of St. John’s, Redhill, London, 1884-88; the People’s Palace, London, 1888-; St. Andrew’s (Presbyterian), Upper Norwood, London, 1888-97; St. George’s (United Free), Edinburgh, Scotland, 1897-1942. Professor of piano and organ at the Royal Normal College for the Blind, Upper Norwood, London, 1888. Was responsible for the specifications of the organ in Johannesburg Town Hall, built by Norman & Beard (giving opening recital, 1916), and Caird Hall, Dundee, built by Harrison & Harrison; also organs in Belfast and Edinburgh. Played the Beethoven Pianoforte Concerto in E-flat under Manns at the Crystal Palace; before Queen Victoria at Windsor, 1882; toured the United States, 1885, 1888; played a series of recitals at Sydney Town Hall in 1904; toured New Zealand, 1904; South Africa, 1907, 1909; U.S.A., 1926. Composed organ music, songs, anthems, piano music, &c. b. Hull, England, Sep. 11th, 1865; d. Edinburgh, Scotland, May 17th, 1942.

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Pastorale in F
Title: Pastorale in F
Composer: Alfred Hollins
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Pages: 6
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0968-5
Published: 09-Jul-2013Add to basket
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Pastorale in G
Title: Pastorale in G
Composer: Alfred Hollins
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Pages: 4
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0895-4
Published: 04-Feb-2013Add to basket
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King, Oliver Arthur (1855-1923)

Biography of Oliver A. King

King, Oliver Arthur. Chorister at St. Andrew’s, Wells Street, London; studied at the Leipzig Conservatory, under Ernst Friedrich E. Richter, Dr Karl Reinecke and Paul, 1874-77; pupil of Sir J. Barnby and W. H. Holmes (piano). Assistant organist of St. Anne’s, Soho, London. Precentor of St. Marylebone Paris Church, London, 1883-86; professor of piano at the Royal Academy of Music, London, 1893-; concert pianist. Composed cantatas, anthems, services, part-songs; orchestral, church and piano music; &c. b. Islington, London, England, 1855; d. Hammersmith, London, Aug. 23rd, 1923.

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Andante Pastorale
Title: Andante Pastorale
Composer: Oliver A. King
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Pages: 8
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0136-8
Published: 18-May-2002Add to basket
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Lefébure-Wély, Louis James Alfred (1817-1869)

Biography of Louis Lefébure-Wély

Lefébure-Wély, Louis James Alfred. Studied at the Paris Conservatory under Halévy (composition), Adolphe Adams, François Benoist (organ), Zimmermann (piano) and Louis Nicolas Séjan, taking the organ and piano prizes, 1835. Assistant organist of St. Roch’s, Paris, 1822-32; organist there, 1832-47; of the Madeleine, Paris, 1847-58; St. Sulpice’s, Paris, 1858-63. Composed organ music, an opera, masses, symphonies, vocal music, piano pieces, &c. Son of Antoine Lefébure-Wély. b. Paris, France, Nov. 13th, 1817; d. there, Dec. 31st, 1869.

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Pastorale in C BE01213 In preparation
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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Evening Pastorale “The Curfew”
Title: Evening Pastorale “The Curfew” (Op. 128)
Composer: Edwin H. Lemare
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Pages: 7
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0484-0
Published: 01-Aug-2006Add to basket
(Op. 128)
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Pastorale No 2 in C
Title: Pastorale No 2 in C
Composer: Edwin H. Lemare
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Pages: 6
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0487-1
Published: 04-Apr-2005Add to basket
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Pastorale Poem
Title: Pastorale Poem (Op. 54)
Composer: Edwin H. Lemare
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Pages: 11
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0389-8
Published: 22-Feb-2005Add to basket
(Op. 54)
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Pastorale in E
Title: Pastorale in E
Composer: Edwin H. Lemare
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Pages: 5
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0354-6
Published: 27-Jul-2004Add to basket
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Lindsay, George Le Roy (1888-1943)

Biography of George Le Roy Lindsay

Lindsay, George Le Roy. Superintendent of music of the Philadelphia Public Schools; a founder of the American Guild of Organists. b. Cheltenham, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., Jan. 23rd, 1888; d. Bala Clynwyd, Pennsylvania, 1943.

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A Celtic Pastorale BE01285 In preparation
Luard-Selby, Bertram (1853-1918)

Biography of Bertram Luard-Selby

Luard-Selby, Bertram. Studied at Tonbridge School; Magdalen College, Oxford; the Leipzig Conservatory under Dr Karl Reinecke and Salomon Jadassohn. Organist of St. Barnabas’, Marylebone, London, 1876-81; Highgate School, London, 1876-81; Salisbury Cathedral, 1881-83; St. John’s Torquay, 1884-86; St. Barnabas’, Pimlico, London, 1887-; St. Andrew’s, Willesden Green, London; All Saints’, Norfolk Square, London; Rochester Cathedral, 1900-1916; Bradfield College, 1916-18. Composed operas, church music, orchestral music, organ and piano pieces, songs, chamber music, &c. b. Ightham, England, Feb. 12th, 1853; d. Winterton, Dec. 26th, 1918.

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Pastorale in A flat
Title: Pastorale in A flat
Composer: Bertram Luard-Selby
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Pages: 5
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0396-6
Published: 12-Aug-2004Add to basket
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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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Four Intermezzi 1: Pastorale
Title: Four Intermezzi 1: Pastorale (Op. 189/1)
Composer: Sir Charles V. Stanford
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Pages: 8
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0022-4
Published: 01-Jan-1999Add to basket
(Op. 189/1)
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Stephens, Charles Edward (1821-1892)

Biography of Charles E. Stephens

Stephens, Charles Edward. F.R.C.O. (1865), Hon.R.A.M. (1870), L.T.C.L. (1877). Pupil of Cipriano Potter (piano), J. A. Hamilton (harmony, counterpoint and composition) and Henry Blagrove (violin). Organist of St. Mark’s, Myddleton Square, London, 1843-46; Holy Trinity, Paddington, London, 1846-56; St. John’s, Hampstead, London, 1856-62; St. Mark’s, St. John’s Wood, London, 1862-63; St. Clement-Danes’, The Stand, London, 1864-69; St. Saviour’s, Paddington, London, 1872-75. Composed symphonies, chamber music, piano and organ pieces, glees, songs, &c. b. Marylebone, London, England, Mar. 18th, 1821; d. Paddington, London, July 13th, 1892.

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Andante pastorale in F
Title: Andante pastorale in F (Op. 7/1)
Composer: Charles E. Stephens
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Pages: 5
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0496-3
Published: 18-Jan-2005Add to basket
(Op. 7/1)
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Andante pastorale in G
Title: Andante pastorale in G (Op. 3/2)
Composer: Charles E. Stephens
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Pages: 6
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0495-6
Published: 17-Jan-2005Add to basket
(Op. 3/2)
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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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Pastorale in E flat
Title: Pastorale in E flat
Composer: Philipp Tietz
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Pages: 4
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0977-7
Published: 16-Oct-2014Add to basket
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Vincent, Dr Charles John (1852-1934)

Biography of Dr Charles Vincent

Vincent, Dr Charles John. Mus.B. (Oxon, 1878), Mus.D. (Oxon, 1885). Chorister at Durham Cathedral under Dr Philip Armes, 1864; studied at the Leipzig Conservatory under Dr Karl Reinecke, 1875-76. Organist of Monkwearmouth Parish Church, 1864-68; St. Mark’s, Sunderland; Tavistock Parish Church, 1877-83; Kelly College, Tavistock, 1877-83; Christ Church, Hampstead, 1883-91. Editor of the “Organist and Choirmaster”; founded the Vincent Music Publishing Co.; taught harmony at Trinity College London. Composed cantatas, organ pieces, songs, &c. Son of C. J. Vincent; brother of George F. Vincent and H. S. Vincent. b. Houghton-le-Spring, England, Sep. 19th, 1852; d. Monte Carlo, Monaco, Feb. 23rd, 1934.

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Pastorale in B flat
Title: Pastorale in B flat
Composer: Dr Charles Vincent
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Pages: 4
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0854-1
Published: 25-Feb-2014Add to basket
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Wiegand, August (1849-1904)

Biography of August Wiegand

Wiegand, August. Pupil of Jules Duguet, Nicolaus Jacques Lemmens and Alphonse Mailly. Organist of St. Giles’, Liège; in Antwerp; St. Peter’s, Os-tende; St. Paul’s, Ostende; St. Peter’s, Hatton Gardens, London, England; St. Mary’s (R.C.) Cathedral, Middlesborough; Sydney Town Hall, N.S.W., Australia, 1891-1901; St. Patrick’s (R.C.), Church Hill, Sydney, N.S.W.; in Oswego, New York, U.S.A. b. Liège, Belgium, Oct. 16th, 1849; d. Oswego, New York, U.S.A., May 26th, 1904.

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Pastorale in B flat
Title: Pastorale in B flat
Composer: August Wiegand
Price: £6.99
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Pages: 8
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0169-6
Published: 06-Jul-2002Add to basket
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Wolstenholme, William (1865-1931)

Biography of William Wolstenholme

William Wolstenholme

Wolstenholme, William. Mus.B. (Oxon, 1887). Studied at the College for Blind Sons of Gentlemen, Worcester; pupil of Dr William Done and Sir Edward Elgar (violin); studied at Oxford University, was the only blind musician to have taken a degree in music since John Stanley. Organist of St. Paul’s, Blackburn, 1888; Kings Weigh House Church, Grosvenor Square, London, 1902-04; All Saints’, Norfolk Square, London, 1904; All Saints’, St. John’s Wood, London, (where Rev Noel Bonavia-Hunt was the precentor), 1926; toured the U.S.A., 1908. A great exponent of extemporization. President of the London Society of Organists, 1925. Composed chamber music, songs, part songs, orchestral pieces, organ music, &c. b. Blackburn, England, Feb. 24th, 1865; d. Hampstead, London, July 23rd, 1931.

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Pastorale in D
Title: Pastorale in D (Op. 13/3)
Composer: William Wolstenholme
Price: £6.49
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Pages: 4
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0391-1
Published: 25-Feb-2005Add to basket
(Op. 13/3)
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Yon, Pietro Alessandro (1886-1943)

Biography of Pietro A. Yon

Yon, Pietro Alessandro. Studied in Ivrea with Burbatti; at the Royal Conservatory, Milan, under Polibio Fumagalli; the Turin Conservatory under Venezia (piano), Roberto Remondi (organ) and Bolzoni (composition), 1901-04; the St. Cecilia Academy, Rome, under Remigio Renzi (organ), Sqambati (piano), Bustini (piano) and de Sanctis (theory and composition), 1904. Assistant organist of St. Peter’s, Rome, 1905-07; organist of St. Frances Xavier’s, New York City, U.S.A., 1907-19, 1921-26; St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York City, 1926-43. Moved to New York, U.S.A.,1907. Composed a mass, motets, songs, organ pieces, &c. b. Settimo-Vittone, Italy, Aug. 8th, 1886; d. Huntington, New York, U.S.A., Nov. 22nd, 1943.

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Pastorale Sorrentina
Title: Pastorale Sorrentina
Composer: Pietro Yon
Price: £5.49
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Pages: 5
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-1035-3
Published: 21-Jan-2014Add to basket
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