William Lloyd Webber Centenary Collection Organ

William Lloyd Webber Centenary Collection Organ

William Lloyd Webber Centenary Collection Organ


We are delighted to celebrate the centenary of William Lloyd Webber with this eight-book collection.

Showcasing him in the light of a composer who was true to himself and who fully embraced his signature style, this is music that is romantic, melodious and – above all – heartfelt.

This is also music that goes beyond the accepted conventions of his day – music whose time has come!

By the age of 14, William had already become a well-known organ recitalist, giving frequent performances at many important churches and cathedrals throughout Great Britain. He won an organ scholarship to Mercer's School, later winning a further scholarship to study at the Royal College of Music, where he studied composition with Ralph Vaughan Williams and gained his FRCO diploma at nineteen.


Noël nouvelet
Song without words
Trumpet minuet
God rest ye merry, gentlemen
The Coventry Carol
Good King Wenceslas
Prelude on ‘St Cross’
Choral march
Festal march
Solemn procession
Prelude on ‘Passion chorale’
Prelude on ‘Rockingham’
Prelude on ‘Gerontius’
Verset for organ
Prelude on ‘Winchester New’
Vesper hymn
Meditation on ‘Stracathro’
Slumber song
Summer pastures
Christ in the tomb from ‘The Divine Compassion’
Arietta in A major
Andantino alla Cantilena
Dedication march
Pastorale (By the waters of Babylon)
Chorale, Cantilena and Finale
- Chorale
- Cantilena
- Finale
Three recital pieces
- Prelude
- Barcarolle
- Nuptial march
Five portraits for home organs
1. Carol – Lyric piece
2. Imogen – Fairy tale
3. Elizabeth – Valse de Ballet
4. Justine – Romance
5. Mandy and Dula – Burmese Blues (Variant)

SKU: 1400522