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Elegy In Memory Of Gerald H. Knight

by How Martin

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For Organ. In memory of Gerald H. Knight. Published by the RSCM 1981.Cover shows a litle creasing , inside clean throughout. This has a dedication written and signed by the Composer Martin How, which looks like 'Memories John!' and perhaps therefore given to the organist John Ottley who gave the first performance in the Chapel of Addington Palace in 1981.




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