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Allen, Dr George Parker (1873-1957)

Biography of Dr George P. Allen

Allen, Dr George Parker. Mus.D. (Dunelm), Mus.B. (Dunelm), F.R.C.O., L.R.A.M. Organist of Netherseale Parish Church, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 1896-97; St. Peter’s, Stapenhill, Burton-on-Trent, 1897-1911; St. Peter’s Parish Church, Mansfield, 1911-57. Conducted the Burton-on-Trent Orchestral Society, 1903-07; the Matlock Choral and Orchestral Society, 1909-11; the Mansfield and District Choral and Orchestral Society, 1912-. b. Selston, Nottinghamshire, England, 1873; d. Mansfield, Apr. 26th, 1957.

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Postlude in C
Title: Postlude in C
Composer: George P. Allen
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Pages: 7
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0263-1
Published: 03-Mar-2004Add to basket
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Armstrong, William Dawson (1868-1936)

Biography of W. D. Armstrong

Armstrong, William Dawson. A.A.G.O. Pupil of Clarence Eddy (organ) and Ernest R. Kroeger (composition). Organist in Alton, 1890-96; St. Louis, 1896-1908; solo organist at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, 1904. Taught at Forest Park University, St. Louis, 1888-90; Western Military Academy, 1898-1908. Composed an opera, a ballet, songs, organ and piano pieces, &c. b. Alton, Illinois, U.S.A., Feb. 11th, 1868; d. there, July 9th, 1936.

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Postludium BE01272 In preparation
Batiste, Antoine Édouard (1820-1876)

Biography of Édouard Batiste

Batiste, Antoine Édouard. Studied at the Paris Conservatory, 1830, gaining first prize for organ, 1839; pupil of François Benoist, Luigi Cherubini and Jacques Fromenthal d’Halévy. Organist of St. Nicholas-des-Champs’, Paris, 1842-54; St. Eustache’s, Paris, 1854-76. Professor at the Paris Conservatory, 1836. Composed organ music. Uncle of Léo Delibes. b. Paris, France, Mar. 28th, 1820; d. there, Nov. 9th, 1876.

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Six Short Loud & Soft Voluntaries (1: Elevation; 2: Communion; 3: Postlude; 4: Elevation; 5: In Memoriam; 6: Postludium; )
Title: Six Short Loud & Soft Voluntaries
Composer: Édouard Batiste
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Pages: 16
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0266-2
Published: 26-Apr-2004Add to basket
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Button, Henry Elliot (1861-1925)

Biography of H. Elliot Button

Button, Henry Elliot. Chorister at Holy Trinity, Sloane Square, London. Milk man; editor for the publisher Novello. b. Clevedon, England, Aug. 8th, 1861; d. Hampstead, London, Aug. 1st, 1925.

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Postlude in G
Title: Postlude in G
Composer: H. Elliot Button
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Pages: 5
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0172-6
Published: 13-Jul-2002Add 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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Postlude BE01160 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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Alleluya : Festal Postlude on “Läßt uns erfreuen”
Title: Alleluya : Festal Postlude on “Läßt uns erfreuen”
Composer: William Faulkes
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Pages: 6
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0269-3
Published: 05-Jan-2004Add to basket
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Nuptial Postlude in F
Title: Nuptial Postlude in F
Composer: William Faulkes
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Pages: 7
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0324-9
Published: 11-Jun-2004Add to basket
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Postlude in B flat
Title: Postlude in B flat (Op. 101/5)
Composer: William Faulkes
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Pages: 4
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0370-6
Published: 24-Nov-2004Add to basket
(Op. 101/5)
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Postludium in G
Title: Postludium in G
Composer: William Faulkes
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Pages: 8
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0294-5
Published: 07-May-2004Add to basket
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Garrett, Dr George Mursell (1834-1897)

Biography of Dr George M. Garrett

Garrett, Dr George Mursell. Mus.B. (Cantab, 1857), Mus.D. (Cantab, 1867), M.A. (Cantab, 1878), F.R.C.O., M.P.S. Chorister in New College, Oxford, 1844-48; pupil of Dr S. S. Wesley and Dr Stephen Elvey. Organist of St. Thomas’, Winchester, 1848-52; assistant organist of Winchester Cathedral, 1851-54; organist of Holy Trinity, Winchester, 1852-54; Madras Cathedral, India, 1854-56; St. John’s College, Cambridge, England, 1857-97; to Cambridge University, 1873-97. Lecturer in harmony and counterpoint at Cambridge University, 1883; conducted the St. John’s College Musical Society. Composed cantatas, church music, organ and piano pieces, part-songs, songs, &c. b. Winchester, England, June 8th, 1834; d. Cambridge, Apr. 8th, 1897.

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Postlude (Christmas)
Title: Postlude (Christmas)
Composer: George M. Garrett
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Pages: 12
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0009-5
Published: 01-Jan-1998Add 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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Postludium Circulaire – Retrocessional BE01331 In preparation
Halsey, Ernest (1876-1939)

Biography of Ernest Halsey

Halsey, Ernest. Organist of the Congregational Church, Anerley, London, 1903-. Stockbroker. b. Battersea, London, England, 1876; d. Marylebone, London, June 20th, 1939.

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Festal Postlude
Title: Festal Postlude
Composer: Ernest Halsey
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Pages: 8
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0795-7
Published: 07-Sep-2011Add to basket
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Postlude alla Marcia in B flat
Title: Postlude alla Marcia in B flat (Op. 22/3)
Composer: Ernest Halsey
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Pages: 8
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0801-5
Published: 01-Dec-2010Add to basket
(Op. 22/3)
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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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Postlude in D
Title: Postlude in D
Composer: Alfred Hollins
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Pages: 7
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0896-1
Published: 17-Jan-2013Add to basket
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Hosmer, Elmer Samuel (1862-1945)

Biography of E. S. Hosmer

Hosmer, Elmer Samuel (Saul). M.A. (Brown, 1885). Studied at Brown University, Rhode Island; pupil of J. C. D. Parker, Carl, Faelton, S. B. Whitney, George E. Whiting and Percy Goetschius. Organist in Boston, Massachu-setts. Taught music at the Institution for the Blind, South Boston, Massachusetts; professor of music in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. b. Clinton, Massachusetts, U.S.A., Mar. 21st, 1862; d. Pawtucket, Rhode Island, Apr. 25th, 1945.

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Postlude in D minor BE01277 In preparation
Jeboult, Harold Arthur (1871-1925)

Biography of Harold A. Jeboult

Jeboult, Harold Arthur. F.R.C.O., A.R.C.M., L.Mus.T.C.L. Pupil of Dr Albert Ham. Organist of Holy Trinity, Taunton, 1888-97; St. Mary Magdalene’s, Taunton, 1897-. b. Taunton, England, 1871; d. there, July 16th, 1925.

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Postlude alla marcia
Title: Postlude alla marcia
Composer: Harold A. Jeboult
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Pages: 8
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0184-9
Published: 21-Jul-2002Add to basket
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Jephson, Frank Maurice (1886-1917)

Biography of F. Maurice Jephson

Jephson, Frank Maurice. A.R.C.O. Assistant organist of the Westbourne Park Church, 1902; organist of the Presbyterian Church, Richmond, 1904. b. Derby, England, 1886; d. France, Apr. 20th, 1917 (killed in action).

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Postlude
Title: Postlude
Composer: F. Maurice Jephson
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Pages: 5
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0192-4
Published: 03-Aug-2002Add to basket
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Kern, Carl Wilhelm (1874-1945)

Biography of Carl Wilhelm Kern

Kern, Carl (Karl) Wilhelm. Studied in Mainz; pupil of his father and Friedrich Lux. Taught at the Strassberg’s Conservatory, St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A., 1904-22; the Ottmar Moll Piano School. Moved to the U.S.A., 1893. Composed piano music, &c. Son of Carl August Kern. b. Schlitz, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany, June 4th, 1874; d. Richmond Heights, St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A., Aug. 19th, 1945.

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Postlude (Op. 661) BE01283 In preparation
Kiver, Ernest Oldfield (1864-1945)

Biography of Ernest Kiver

Kiver, Ernest Oldfield. A.R.A.M., F.R.C.O. Studied at the Royal Academy of Music, London, under Thomas Wingham. Organist of St. Bride’s, Fleet Street, London, 1882-; the Brompton Oratory, London, -1893. Professor of piano at the Royal Academy of Music, London; pianist. b. London, England, Sep. 22nd, 1864; d. Warlingham, Feb. 7th, 1945.

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Postlude in C BE01303 In preparation
Lloyd, Charles Harford (1849-1919)

Biography of Dr Charles Harford Lloyd

<i>Dr</i> Charles Harford Lloyd

Lloyd, Dr Charles Harford. Mus.B. (Oxon, 1871), B.A. (Oxon, 1872), M.A. (Oxon, 1875), Mus.D. (Oxon, 1892), F.R.C.O. Studied at Thornbury Grammar School; Rossall School under C. H. Tovey (organ), 1865-68; Magdellen Hall (Hertford College), Oxford. Organist of Gloucester Cathedral, 1876-82; Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, 1882-92; Eton College, 1892-1914; Chapel Royal, St. James’ Palace, London, 1917-19. Conducted the Gloucester Festivals, 1877-80; founder and first president of the Oxford University Musical Club; taught organ and composition at the Royal College of Music, London, 1887-92; precentor of Eton College, 1892-1914; president of the Royal College of Organists, 1902-03. Composed church music, cantatas, organ pieces, madrigals, part-songs, songs, &c. b. Thornbury, England, Oct. 16th, 1849; d. Eton, Oct. 16th, 1919.

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Postlude in E flat
Title: Postlude in E flat
Composer: Charles Harford Lloyd
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Pages: 9
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0013-2
Published: 01-Jan-1998Add to basket
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Silver, Alfred Jethro (1870-1935)

Biography of Dr Alfred J. Silver

Silver, Dr Alfred Jethro. Mus.D. (Dunelm)., F.R.C.O. Studied at St. George’s School, Windsor, with Sir Walter Parratt. Assistant organist of St. George’s Chapel, Windsor; organist of Clewer Parish Church, 1888; Ealing Parish Church, London, 1889; St. Davids, Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, 1892; Carmarthen Parish Church, 1897; Handsworth Parish Church, Birmingham, England, 1900-. Composed church, piano, and organ music. Music master at Handsworth Grammar School. b. Spital Clewer, Windsor, England, Dec. 20th, 1870; d. Birmingham, Apr. 13th, 1935.

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Postlude in D minor
Title: Postlude in D minor
Composer: Alfred J. Silver
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Pages: 6
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-1131-2
Published: 21-Jan-2016Add to basket
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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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Postlude in C
Title: Postlude in C
Composer: Henry Smart
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Pages: 6
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0253-2
Published: 09-May-2003Add to basket
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Postlude in D
Title: Postlude in D
Composer: Henry Smart
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Pages: 14
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0012-5
Published: 01-Jan-1998Add to basket
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Postlude in E flat
Title: Postlude in E flat
Composer: Henry Smart
Price: €8.99
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Pages: 13
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0604-2
Published: 08-Dec-2010Add 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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Six Short Preludes & Postludes (set 1) (1: in F; 2: in G minor; 3: in E flat; 4: in F; 5: in G - founded on an old Irish church melody - “Innocents”; 6: in E flat - founded on an old Irish church melody - “St. Columba”; )
Title: Six Short Preludes & Postludes (set 1) (Op. 101)
Composer: Sir Charles V. Stanford
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Pages: 20
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0916-6
Published: 14-Oct-2015Add to basket
(Op. 101)
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Six Short Preludes & Postludes (set 2) (1: in F on a theme by Organo Gibbons - ”Song 34”; 2: in G on a theme by Orlando Gibbons – “Song 22”; 3: in G; 4: in D minor on a theme of Orgando Gibbons - “Song 24”; 5: in E flat – Trio; 6: in D; )
Title: Six Short Preludes & Postludes (set 2) (Op. 105)
Composer: Sir Charles V. Stanford
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Pages: 24
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0917-3
Published: 23-Oct-2015Add to basket
(Op. 105)
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Stewart (Stewart), Dr Humphrey John (1854-1932)

Biography of Dr H. J. Stewart

Stewart ( Stark), Dr Humphrey John. Mus.B. (Oxon, 1875), F.R.C.O., Mus.D. (Pacific, 1893). Studied at Oxford University. Organist of Holy Trinity, Tulse Hill, London, 1875; the Church of the Advent, San Francisco, Califor-nia, U.S.A., 1886; Trinity Church, San Francisco, California; the First Unitarian Church, San Francisco, California; Trinity Church, Boston, Massachusetts, 1901-03; St. Dominic’s (R.C.), San Francisco, California, 1903-; St. Joseph’s (R.C.) Cathedral, San Diego, California; at Balboa Park, San Diego, California, 1915-32. A founder of Trinity College, London; the American Guild of Organists. Moved to the U.S.A., 1886. b. Reading, England, May 22nd, 1854; d. San Diego, California, U.S.A., Dec. 28th, 1932.

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Postlude in A major
Title: Postlude in A major
Composer: Dr H. J. Stewart
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Pages: 7
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-1185-5
Published: 23-Mar-2016Add 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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Postlude Maestoso
Title: Postlude Maestoso
Composer: Dr Charles Vincent
Price: €6.99
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Pages: 6
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0856-5
Published: 13-May-2014Add to basket
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The Voice of Spring
Title: The Voice of Spring
Composer: Dr Charles Vincent
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Pages: 5
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0859-6
Published: 30-Apr-2014Add to basket
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West, John Ebenezer William (1863-1929)

Biography of John E. West

John E. West

West, John Ebenezer William. F.R.A.M., F.R.C.O. Studied at the Royal Academy of Music, London, under Sir Frederick Bridge (organ) and Dr Ebenezer Prout. Organist of St. Augustine’s, Queen’s Gate, London; St. Mary’s, Berkeley Square, London, 1884-91; South Hackney Parish Church, 1891-; All Saints’, London. Musical staff member of Novellos, 1885; musical advisor there, 1897; editor of Novello’s Old English Organ Series. . Composed cantatas, services, anthems, incidental music, organ pieces songs, &c. Author of “Cathedral organists, past and present”, 1899. Son of William West; nephew of Dr Ebenezer Prout. b. South Hackney, London, England, Dec. 7th, 1863; d. Westminster, London, Feb. 28th, 1929.

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Postlude in B flat
Title: Postlude in B flat
Composer: John E. West
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Pages: 10
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0616-5
Published: 09-Mar-2011Add 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; All Saints’, Norfolk Square, London, 1904; All Saints’, St. John’s Wood, London, (where Rev Noel Bonavia-Hunt was the precentor); 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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Seven Short Postludes (1: in C; 2: in G; 3: in F; 4: in D; 5: in B flat; 6: in A; 7: in E flat; )
Title: Seven Short Postludes (Op. 84)
Composer: William Wolstenholme
Price: €9.49
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Pages: 15
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0780-3
Published: 04-Feb-2014Add to basket
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