One by Samuel B Whitney and one by August Bungert arranged by Whitney,
reprint of 1879 Arthur P Schmidt edition.
This is a new printing on sturdy, acid-free paper of two canons in octave published by Schmidt in 1879. 8 pages. Highest quality guaranteed. Size of music is
10.5" x 13.5"
This Is Newly Printed Music
Samuel Brenton Whitney
(1842–1914) was the organist for the Church of the Advent in Boston, Massachusetts, taught at
New England Conservatory, and was a founder of the American Guild of Organists
. Whitney’s arrangement of a canon by Friedrich
(1845–1915) was published in the same series and in the same year as his own canon, and I put them together to
save publishing costs. His canon is march-like and contains the earliest use of the thumbing-down technique; look at the first ending.
was published in 1892.) Of note is that Whitney’s canon was written for
the 100th organ recital of Clarence Eddy. Bungert’s canon makes a fine prelude. Both are moderate.