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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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Andante with Variations
Title: Andante with Variations (Op. 17)
Composer: W. T. Best
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Pages: 15
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0475-8
Published: 18-Aug-2005Add to basket
(Op. 17)
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Buck, Dudley (1839-1909)

Biography of Dudley Buck

Buck, Dudley. Pupil of J. C. Babcock (piano); studied at Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut; in Leipzig, 1858-59, with Moritz Hauptmann (composition), Ernst Friedrich E. Richter, Plaidy (piano) and Moscheles (piano); in Dresden, 1860, with J. Schneider (organ) and J. Rietz (instrumentation); in Paris. Organist of the North Congregational Church, Hartford, Connecticut, 1862; the Park Church, Hartford, Connecticut, 1862; St. James’, Chicago, Illinois, 1867-71; Boston Music Hall, Massachusetts, 1872-74; St. Paul’s, Boston, Massachusetts, 1872-74; St. Anne’s, Brooklyn, New York, 1875-77; Holy Trinity, Brooklyn, New York, 1877-1902; Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, New York, 1902-03. Assistant conductor to Theodor Thomas, 1875; founded the Brooklyn Apollo Club; a founder of the American Guild of Organists. Composed oratorios, operas, anthems, orchestral music, &c. b. Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.A., Mar. 10th, 1839; d. Orange, New Jersey, Oct. 6th, 1909.

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Concert Variations on the “Star Spangled Banner” (Op. 23) BE01011 In preparation
The Last Rose of Summer – Varied (Op. 59) BE01019 In preparation
Variations on a Scottish Air (Op. 51) BE01017 In preparation
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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Variations on “God Preserve the Emperor” (“Austria”)
Title: Variations on “God Preserve the Emperor” (“Austria”) (Op. 2)
Composer: Dr E. T. Chipp
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Pages: 30
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0223-5
Published: 16-Jun-2003Add to basket
(Op. 2)
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Variations on “The Harmonious Blacksmith”
Title: Variations on “The Harmonious Blacksmith” (Op. 1)
Composer: Dr E. T. Chipp
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Pages: 15
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0224-2
Published: 17-Dec-2003Add to basket
(Op. 1)
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“O Sanctissima” with two variations and finale
Title: “O Sanctissima” with two variations and finale
Composer: Dr E. T. Chipp
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Pages: 10
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0047-7
Published: 21-Apr-2002Add to basket
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Driffield, Edward Townshend (1851-1925)

Biography of E. Townshend Driffield

Driffield, Edward Townshend. Organist of Christ Church, Claughton, Birkenhead. Solicitor in Tranmere. b. Prescot, near Liverpool, England, Dec. 10th, 1851; d. Ormskirk, Nov. 15th, 1925.

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Air with Variations in B minor
Title: Air with Variations in B minor
Composer: E. Townshend Driffield
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Pages: 10
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0447-5
Published: 23-Aug-2004Add to basket
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Farrar, Ernest Bristow (1885-1918)

Biography of Ernest Bristow Farrar

Farrar, Ernest Bristow. Studied at Leeds Grammar School; the Royal College of Music, London, under Sir Charles V. Stanford, Parratt and Sir Hubert H. Parry. Organist of the English Church, Dresden, Germany; St. Hilda’s, South Shields, England; Christ Church, Harrogate. Composed orchestral, piano and organ pieces, &c. b. Blackheath, England, July 7th, 1885; d. Epéhy Roussoy, France, Sep. 18th, 1918 (killed in action).

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Prelude and Variations (on a ground bass)
Title: Prelude and Variations (on a ground bass)
Composer: Ernest Bristow Farrar
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Pages: 7
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0052-1
Published: 01-Jan-2000Add 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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Theme (Varied) in G major
Title: Theme (Varied) in G major
Composer: William Faulkes
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Pages: 15
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0537-3
Published: 08-Sep-2008Add to basket
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Theme and Variations in F
Title: Theme and Variations in F (Op. 143)
Composer: William Faulkes
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Pages: 13
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0536-6
Published: 28-Aug-2008Add to basket
(Op. 143)
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Theme with Variations
Title: Theme with Variations
Composer: William Faulkes
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Pages: 8
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0298-3
Published: 30-Mar-2004Add to basket
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Haigh, Dr Thomas (1875-1927)

Biography of Dr Thomas Haigh

Haigh, Dr Thomas. Mus.B., Mus.D. (Dunelm), A.R.C.M., F.R.C.O. Assistant organist of Wakefield Cathedral, 1893-94; organist of St. Mary-the-Bolton’s, South Kensington, London, 1896; Ramsgate Parish Church, 1898-; St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Sydney, Australia, 1927. b. Wakefield, England, 1875; d. Sydney, Australia, 1927.

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Theme and Variations in B flat
Title: Theme and Variations in B flat
Composer: Dr Thomas Haigh
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Pages: 13
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0182-5
Published: 28-Jul-2002Add to basket
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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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Variations on an Original Theme in A flat major (Op 34)
Title: Variations on an Original Theme in A flat major (Op 34)
Composer: Adolf F. Hesse
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Pages: 10
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0642-4
Published: 08-May-2012Add to basket
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Variations on “God Save the Queen”
Title: Variations on “God Save the Queen” (Op. 67)
Composer: Adolf F. Hesse
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Pages: 10
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0222-8
Published: 27-Oct-2003Add to basket
(Op. 67)
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Higgs, Henry Marcellus (1855-1929)

Biography of H. M. Higgs

Higgs, Henry Marcellus. Organist of Christ Church, Sutton; St. Paul’s, Great Portland Street, London. Son of Marcellus Higgs. b. Pimlico, London, England, 1855; d. Putney, London, Oct. 28th, 1929.

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Variations on the Tune “Heinlein”
Title: Variations on the Tune “Heinlein”
Composer: H. M. Higgs
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Pages: 6
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0063-7
Published: 01-Jan-2002Add 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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Theme with Variations and Fugue
Title: Theme with Variations and Fugue
Composer: Alfred Hollins
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Pages: 19
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0985-2
Published: 06-Aug-2013Add to basket
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Hull, Dr Arthur Eaglefield (1876-1928)

Biography of Dr A. Eaglefield Hull

<i>Dr</i> A. Eaglefield Hull

Hull, Dr Arthur Eaglefield. Mus.D. (Oxon, 1903), F.R.C.O. Pupil of J. H. Wood, Tobias Matthay and Dr Charles W. Pearce. Organist at Market Harborough; of St. Mary’s, Plaistow; Bishop-Stortford Parish Church; of Huddersfield Parish Church, 1904-; organ recitalist. Founder of the British Music Society; conductor. b. Little Bowden, Market Harborough, England, Mar. 10th, 1876; d. Huddersfield, Nov. 4th, 1928 (suicide).

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Variations Poétiques sur un thème original
Title: Variations Poétiques sur un thème original
Composer: Dr A. Eaglefield Hull
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0755-1
Published: 22-Nov-2013Add to basket
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James, Frederic (Frederick) (1858-1922)

Biography of Frederic James

James, Frederic (Frederick). Mus.B. (Cantab, 1885), L.R.A.M. Pupil of Dr Charles W. Pearce. Music master at Woodhouse Grove School, 1884. Composed cantatas, anthems, hymns, &c. b. Masborough, Rotherham, England, July 6th, 1858; d. Bradford, Jan. 18th, 1922.

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Variations on Four Hymn-Tunes (1: “Sun of my Soul” (“Hursley”); 2: “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” (“Berlin”); 3: “At even the Sun was set” (“Angelus”); 4: “Abide with me” (“Eventide”); )
Title: Variations on Four Hymn-Tunes
Composer: Frederic James
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Pages: 16
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0171-9
Published: 07-Jul-2002Add to basket
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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 Dorienne (en forme de variations)
Title: Fantaisie Dorienne (en forme de variations) (Op. 101)
Composer: Edwin H. Lemare
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Pages: 10
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0348-5
Published: 20-May-2004Add to basket
(Op. 101)
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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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Variations on the Chorale “Jesus ist mein aufenthalt”
Title: Variations on the Chorale “Jesus ist mein aufenthalt”
Composer: Bertram Luard-Selby
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Pages: 10
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0135-1
Published: 21-Sep-2002Add to basket
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Lux, Friedrich (1820-1895)

Biography of Friedrich Lux

Lux, Friedrich. Studied in Dessau with F. Schneider. Organist. Musical director of the Court Theatre, Dessau, 1841; conductor of the City Theatre, Mainz, 1851-77; the Oratorio Society, 1867-91. Composed operas, orchestral and chamber music, organ pieces, songs, piano music, &c. b. Ruhla, Germany, Nov. 24th, 1820; d. Mainz, July 9th, 1895.

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Concert Variations on “The Hamonious Blacksmith”
Title: Concert Variations on “The Hamonious Blacksmith”
Composer: Friedrich Lux
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Pages: 11
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0129-0
Published: 29-Sep-2002Add 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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Andante with Variations
Title: Andante with Variations
Composer: Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0748-3
Published: 15-Nov-2013Add to basket
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Rea, Dr William (1827-1903)

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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Three Pieces 2: Andante con variazioni
Title: Three Pieces 2: Andante con variazioni
Composer: Dr William Rea
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0075-0
Published: 02-Jun-2002Add 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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Air with Variations & Finale Fugato in A
Title: Air with Variations & Finale Fugato in A
Composer: Henry Smart
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Pages: 23
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0608-0
Published: 10-Sep-2007Add to basket
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Choral with Variations in E flat
Title: Choral with Variations in E flat
Composer: Henry Smart
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Pages: 13
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EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0605-9
Published: 06-Oct-2008Add 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. Mary’s, Berkeley Square, London, 1884-91; South Hackney Parish Church, 1891-; All Saints’, London; St. Augustine’s, Queen’s Gate, London, -1902. 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. 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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Passacaglia in B minor
Title: Passacaglia in B minor
Composer: John E. West
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Pages: 7
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0466-6
Published: 07-Dec-2005Add to basket
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Woods, Francis Cunningham (1862-1929)

Biography of F. Cunningham Woods

Woods, Francis Cunningham. M.A. (Oxon, 1890), Mus.B. (Oxon, 1891), F.R.C.O. Studied at the National Training School, Kensington, London, 1877-80, under Sir Arthur Sullivan and Dr Ebenezer Prout. Organist of Brasenose College, Oxford, 1883-86; organ scholar of Exeter College, Oxford, 1886-95; organist to the Duke of Marlborough, Blenheim, 1891-94; of Highgate School, 1896-. Conducted the Finsbury Choral Association, 1897-1901; music teacher. Composed orchestral music, anthems, services, songs, &c. b. St. Pancras, London, England, Aug. 29th, 1862; d. London, Sep. 21st, 1929.

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Variations on Elvey’s Tune “St. George”
Title: Variations on Elvey’s Tune “St. George”
Composer: F. Cunningham Woods
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Pages: 5
Format: Portrait - 9” x 12” paper-back
EAN/ISMN: 979-0-2067-0057-6
Published: 01-Jan-2001Add to basket
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