by George E Whiting, reprint of 1904 Homeyer edition.
This is a new printing on sturdy acid-free paper. 64 pages restored to the original
full 10.5 x 13.5 inch paper with a coil binding that allows for easy non-scratching display on
the music rack (instead of the original saddle stitch binding). These pieces were dedicated to the great organists of
the time and supported by subscriptions
throughout the United States. We include a photo and capsule biography. Highest quality guaranteed.
Size of music is 10.5" x 13.5"
This Is Newly Printed Music
George E Whiting
(1840-1923), a student of W T Best, was head of the organ department at New England
Conservatory and organist for the Boston and Cincinnati Music Halls. His Concert Etudes
, Opus 51,
represent his most significant organ composition since his Grand Sonata of 1890
It was published in Boston by subscription in 1904. This is a major work by an
from eight years after the AGO was founded;
indeed, it is an important work in the literature. Difficult.