First Sonata in G Minor
by Henry Morton Dunham,
reprint of the original edition by Arthur P Schmidt from 1882
This is a new printing of Dunham’s first sonata, Opus 10, from 1882,
sturdy acid-free paper. We provide a photo, capsule
biography, and notes on the music. 28 pages. All markings are
original. Highest quality guaranteed. Size of music is 10.5" x 13.5"
This Is Newly Printed Music
Henry Morton Dunham (1853-1929) began his college study as a motivated
organ student. Planning to study with Eugene Thayer at Boston Conservatory,
he travelled to Boston but found the doors locked. So, he walked across the
street to the New England Conservatory, liked what he found, and entered there
to study with George Whiting. This powerful organ sonata, which was dedicated
to George Chadwick, was a heroic first effort that any audience would appreciate.
Moderate to moderately difficult.