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Geehl, Henry Ernest (1881-1961), pianist, composer, conductor
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Letter from Edward German to Henry Geehl

Letter from Edward German to Henry Geehl on the ending of "The English Rose" in "Merrie England". It can be left to the discretion of Maurice Whittaker, who he is sure would do nothing inartistic. German's health is grad...

German, Edward (1862-1936), Knight, composer

Fanfare (preceding National Anthem) arr. Michael Berkeley. National Anthem. Trumpet Voluntary arr. for orchestra Henry Wood and arr. for piano solo by Henry Geehl

Parts (fanfare & anthem); score and parts (Trumpet Voluntary; with score published Chappel & Co. Ltd); score (Trumpet Voluntary arr. for piano solo published Edwin Ashdown Limited). Ensemble 3.0.3.0.Timpani.Side Drum.Organ

Berkeley, Michael Fitzhardinge (1948-present), Commander of the Order of the British Empire, composer, broadcaster

Akhnaton An Egyptian Legend by Eric Ball

Arranged for Brass Band by the composer, commissioned for the "Daily Herald" National Brass Band Festival Contests. Signed several times, Henry Geehl and Frank Wright, Leicester 7th April 1947. Again, Frank Wright and Henry Geehl "...

R. Smith & Co (1847-present), music publisher

Carol Symphony, Hely-Hutchinson Twelve Days of Christmas arr. Henry Geehl. Fanfare before O Come All Ye Faithful, arr. Elgar Howarth. Fanfare before Hark the Herald Angels Sing, arr. Elgar Howarth. The First Nowell, arr. L Pearson. In Dulci Jubilo, arr. L Pearson. Veni Immanuel, arr. Ray Premru. Veni Emmanuel, arr. Michael Berkeley

Carol Symphony: not complete; parts. Twelve Days of Christmas: vocal score (printed, Edwin Ashdown Ltd). Fanfare before O Come All Ye Faithful: score (photocopy) and parts. Ensemble 2.1.1.1. Fanfare before Hark the Herald Angels Sing: score and...

Geehl, Henry Ernest (1881-1961), pianist, composer, conductor