Gray: Sonata No. 2 in A flat
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Alan Gray (1855–1935) is a neglected composer. He was Director of Music at Wellington College and then succeeded Stanford as organist of Trinity College, Cambridge. There are four organ sonatas. This is a magnificent example of Victorian organ music, published in 1890. The solid Introduzione is followed by a fugue, and this by a Romanza. The Finale is marked Alla Marcia. Any of these movements will stand on their own as voluntaries or recital pieces. Strongly recommended. Trevor Webb
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