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Gloucester Organ Album: Organ

Instrumental Collection | Sheet Music and Books

PUBLISHER: Novello and Co
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Collection
The works include An Air composed for Holsworthy Church Bells by S S Wesley, Allegretto by C H Lloyd, The Chimes of Cloucester Cathedral by C Lee Williams, Cloister-Garth by Herbert Brewer, Procession from Air, Berceuse andProcession by Herbert Sumsion and John Sanders’s own Toccata, representing a
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Editor John Sanders
Publisher Novello and Co
Instrumentation Organ
Product Format Instrumental Collection
Genre Sacred
Style Praise & Worship
EAN 5020679166932
No. MUSNOV010148
Description
The works include An Air composed for Holsworthy Church Bells by S S Wesley, Allegretto by C H Lloyd, The Chimes of Cloucester Cathedral by C Lee Williams, Cloister-Garth by Herbert Brewer, Procession from Air, Berceuse andProcession by Herbert Sumsion and John Sanders’s own Toccata, representing a procession of Organists at Gloucester Cathedral from 1865 to 1994.Organist, composer, educator, Choral director and administrator John Sanders, who diedin 2003, was a tireless musician whose influence extends into the future through his engagement with generations of aspiring musicians. The tone of his life is evident from this volume, whose works are topped and tailed byhiscomments on the composers and on the history and development of the cathedral Organ itself.
Songlist
  • 1. Allegretto (C.H. Lloyd)
  • 2. An Air Composed For Holsworthy Church Bells (S.S. Wesley)
  • 3. Cloister-garth (Herbert Brewer)
  • 4. Procession From Air, Berceuse And Procession (Herbert Sumsion)
  • 5. The Chimes Of Gloucester Cathedral (Charles Lee Williams)
  • 6. Toccata (John Sanders)
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