edited by William Osborne,
reprint of the 1975 Hope edition.
This is a new printing on sturdy 80 pound acid-free paper. 24 pages.
There is a photo engraving, a list of Parker’s organ
music, and notes by William Osborne. Highest quality. Quality
guaranteed. Size of music is 9.5" x 12.5"
This Is Newly Printed Music
(1863-1919) studied with several teachers in
different cities but early became attached to the sense of
form and rules taught by the Germans at the time. This piece, written when
he was 18 years old and studying with George Whitefield Chadwick in Boston,
originally held the title, Geswchwindmarch fûr zwei Orgelspieler
March for two organists
). Parker is known generally for his reaction to
music from his student, Charles Ives, and for his oratorio, Hora Novissima
William Osborne was responsible
for preparing this piece for publication at the time of the American Bicentennial.
He worked from the manuscript found in the John Herrick Music Library of
Yale University. This edition contains his original notes which he updated
in 2008. He currently lives in Winston-Salem, NC, where he serves as music
director of the Piedmont Chamber Singers.