Turkish March from “Ruins of Athens”
by Ludwig van Beethoven, arranged by Dickinson & Lockwood,
reprint of H W Gray edition, 1929
This is a new printing of the original edition on sturdy, acid-free paper. 12 pages. This organ duet
is an arrangement of the Turkish March from Beethoven’s “The Ruins of Athens,” Opus 113 (1811). The March is
the best known piece from Beethoven’s incidental music for the play, “Die Ruinen von Athen.” Highest quality guaranteed.
Size of music is 9.5" x 12.5"
This Is Newly Printed Music
(1873-1969) and Charlotte Mathewson Lockwood Garden
Northwestern University and studied with Guilmant, Widor, and Vierne. He served as organist/choirmaster of Brick Presbyterian
Church, New York City and as Director of the School of Sacred Music at Union Theological Seminary. He was a
founder of the American Guild of Organists
. Charlotte Lockwood was a student
of Widor and Dickinson. She received degrees from Salem College and Union Theological Seminary. She was
organist-director of Crescent Avenue Presbyterian Church, Plainfield, New Jersey, organist of West End Synagogue, New York City,
and on the faculty of Union. Interesting to me, she worked in churches in Reidsville and Greensboro, North Carolina. Moderate.