In 1861 he became organist of St.
William Jr was a nationally known organist by his early teens.
The music room had an organ, inherited from the organist André Marchal and transplanted from Hendaye, in the French Basque country, for the use of the blind organist David Liddle, a protege of Felix's.
In 1695 he was appointed organist at the St.
By the time he left, he was a skilled organist and composer.
By this time he was already a reasonably proficient organist.
By the time he left two years later, he was a skilled organist and composer.
In 1931 he was appointed organist at the Church of the Sainte-Trinité, Paris.
By prearranging the stops on the manuals, the organist may perform in any of the three ways mentioned above.
In 1772 he was appointed deputy court organist in Vienna, succeeded Mozart as an assistant Kapellmeister at St.
Robert Saint's grandson, David Saint, is the acting principal of the Birmingham Conservatoire and organist at St.
He became organist at the famed Church of the Madeleine in Paris in 1857, an association that lasted for 20 years.
He married Esther Sleepe in June 1749 (one of their daughters was the English novelist Fanny Burney), became organist at St.
Muffat held positions as organist at Molsheim and Strasbourg cathedrals and in 1678 became organist to the archbishop of Salzburg.
Elfrida Andrée was the organist at Gothenburg Cathedral for much of her life and her tuneful overture opens this concert under rising conductor Chloé van Soeterstède.
He was a pupil and protégé of the organist and composer Thomas Tallis, and his first authenticated appointment was as organist at Lincoln Cathedral (1563).
The municipal authorities there commissioned him to assist the organist of the Thomaskirche by composing church cantatas for alternate Sundays and also gave him a position as organist at the university chapel.
Subsequent positions were as music director of the Theatre Royal in the Haymarket (1777), organist and composer to the Chapel Royal (1783), conductor of the Academy of Ancient Music (1789), and organist at Westminster Abbey (1793).
The son of Alexis Saint-Martin, a French oboist, he spent most of his life in Milan, was organist at several churches there, and was said by Charles Burney to have been organist at the convent of Santa Maria Maddalena from 1730 to 1770.
No doubt he studied in the school library, which had a large and up-to-date collection of church music; he probably heard Georg Böhm, organist of the Johanniskirche; and he visited Hamburg to hear the renowned organist and composer Johann Adam Reinken at the Katharinenkirche, contriving also to hear the French orchestra maintained by the duke of Celle.
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No doubt he studied in the school library which had a large and up-to-date collection of church music he probably heard Georg Böhm organist of the Johanniskirche and he visited Hamburg to hear the renowned organist and composer Johann Adam Reinken at the Katharinenkirche contriving also to hear the French orchestra maintained by the duke of Celle