George Thalben-Ball: Tune In E For Organ

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Publisher: Bosworth
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
The Tune in E is Thalben-Ball’s own invention. In the Style of John Stanley almost certainly refers to the many works Stanley wrote for Organ that start with a slow, short introduction followed by a Trumpet voluntary, as in Tune in E.John Stanley was a contemporary of Handel’s, who often came to the Temple Church to hear him play. Stanley directed many of Handel’s oratorios and continued to direct performances at Covent Garden of oratorios of other composers after Handel’s death.George Thalben-Ball succeeded Sir Henry Walford Davies in the position of Organist of Temple Church and remained there for nearly sixty years. In the 1920’s he led the choir to international fame with a recording of Mendelssohn’s Hear My Prayer and continued to make many recordings with them. His Elegy for Organ is a popular piece in the repertoire and was played at the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales.
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
No of pages: 8
Language: English
Catalogue No: BOE004857
 
     

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      Quality of content
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      8.5
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      Scores 9.5 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
      9 out of 10

      Barrie

      Sunderland GB Retired Organist & Choirmaster
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      very tuneful; easy to play; clearly notated
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      Confirmed purchase: 17 December 2015
      Published on: 26 January 2016
      10 out of 10

      Anne

      Barnstaple GB I'm an organist.
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      You'll find all you want here.I first had a copy of Thalben_Ball Tune in E 50yrs ago.Obviously paper wears out & I needed to replace my copy.I'd always look here first.
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 23 January 2015
      Published on: 15 March 2015

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      5
      An easy and attractive short piece,with only a few bars of semi-quavers.
      Anonymous - (Craigavon, United Kingdom)

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