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Stanford Organ Album - 
      John Scott Whiteley
    
      Charles Villiers Stanford

Stanford Organ Album

John Scott Whiteley (Redaktør) ; Charles Villiers Stanford (Komponist)

This superb volume comprises a selection of 20 pieces by Charles Villiers Stanford, the hugely influential composer, conductor, and teacher from the late-Victorian and Edwardian age. It provides the repertoire-hungry organist with preludes, postludes, and shorter descriptive works, suitable for either liturgical or recital use. Les mer
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This superb volume comprises a selection of 20 pieces by Charles Villiers Stanford, the hugely influential composer, conductor, and teacher from the late-Victorian and Edwardian age. It provides the repertoire-hungry organist with preludes, postludes, and shorter descriptive works, suitable for either liturgical or recital use. Alongside new editions of original organ repertoire, there are newly commissioned arrangements of selected choral and piano works, exploring
a wide variety of textures and atmospheres. The music reflects Stanford's lyricism and dramatic flair, as well as his considerable compositional range.
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Forlag: Oxford University Press
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780193529939
Format: 31 x 23 cm
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John Scott Whiteley is Organist Emeritus of York Minster. As a soloist he has performed all over the world, and he is known for introducing the organ to a wider public through the BBC television series 21st-Century Bach. He has also made seven DVDs and over fifty commercial recordings. In addition to performing, his time is spent examining, transcribing, composing, and writing. He is a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Huddersfield, where he was
recently awarded a DMus by examination. He is also the Academic Adviser to the Orgelbuchlein project and a Liveryman of The Worshipful Company of Musicians.