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For many years he taught at the Royal College of Music, where his students included Meredith Davieslater to slegy fame as a conductor. Retrieved from ” https: Thalben-Ball composed several anthems and organ works, of which the best known is his meditative Elegy for organ, which was played, for example, at the Funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales.
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So many listeners to the broadcast telephoned the BBC to ask what the composition was, that he decided to write down his improvisation as well as he could remember it. A “basic” repertoire piece; if you don’t have Client Projects Music Tutorial Series.
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Close X Music Lists. This has 69 speaking stops spread over 3 manuals and pedals. During this tenure, he gave over 1, weekly recitals. You may also enter a personal message.
In he was awarded the Lambeth degree of Doctor thalben-nall Music. A friend recommended it as one of those that should always be in your Most-Played stack of music.
Elegy For Organ Sheet Music By George Thomas Thalben-Ball – Sheet Music Plus
He became Director of Music at the Temple Church in London, as well as City Organist at Birmingham Town Hall, and his name is still held with great respect by the majority of organists.
It is flowing, meditative, and suitable for many occasions prelude, communion, funeral Skip to content Skip to primary sidebar Skip to footer Choose a Category:.
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He could sight-read, transpose and improvise in any style and at any length to the highest standard without perceptible effort. After purchase you can download your video from your Digital Library. Are you a beginner who started playing last month? We cannot post your review if it violates these guidelines. A regular radio broadcaster, Thalben-Ball also carried out numerous performances in many concert venues, not only in Britain; he gave the inaugural recitals on the organs of the Royal Albert Hall where he had the post of curator organist and the BBC Concert Hall.
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Elegy for Organ
Even when he was playing baroque repertoire, there would be many registration changes, ample swell pedal and dramatic contrasts in volume.
It gets a little “fingery” in spots creating some unique fingering challenges but nothing that can’t be worked out within a couple of minutes Your video is in XX format and is playable on most pre-installed video players.
Jonathan plays this piece on our instrument buit especially for the Boston AGO of You can also listen to your MP3 at any time in your Digital Library. Thalben-Ball was throughout his life an unashamed virtuoso, whether as pianist, as organist, or as choirmaster.
[Musical Tutorial] George Thalben-Ball’s Elegy – Regent Classic Organs
Sorry but your review could not be submitted, please verify the form and try again. Do you usually like this style of music? Under his direction, the choir achieved in international fame with its recording of Mendelssohn’s Hear My Prayerfeaturing Ernest Lough as the treble soloist.
His style of performance like that of elfgy younger contemporary Virgil Fox in the USA was rooted in the 19th century, and made full use of every facility of the modern organ.
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