Six Short Pieces by British ComposersArr. Bryan Hesford Item: 38-F558
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The Victorian and Edwardian eras were among the most fruitful periods of English organ music, typifying as they did the dominance of the concert hall organ which found its outlet in the grandiose instruments in the town halls of Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool and elsewhere. These six pieces are an excellent representation of this music.
|Arranged by:||Bryan Hesford|