Prelude and Finale for solo Organ was published posthumously in 1943, making it the last of Hollins' considerable oeuvre to become available to the public. Like most of his music, it is relatively simple in structure, but joyful and highly entertaining.
Alfred Hollins (1865-1942) was an inspirational British organist, composer and teacher. Blind from birth, he travelled all over the UK, the United States, and the British Empire, giving concerts and designing Organs. He eventually settled in Scotland, where he was an organist in Edinburgh for over forty years.