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Alfred Hollins (1865 - 1942)

Organist & Composer

 

 

It was once said of Hollins that his epitaph should be 'Alfred the Great.' This was true for Hollins was a remarkable man. Not only was he a distinguished organist and composer but he was an excellent teacher and had a fine ability to help audiences understand the pieces he was playing to them. He was perhaps the Carlo Curley of his generation. And he was blind from birth.

 

From the Cover of the Priory CD 'The Organ Music of Alfred Hollins' PRCD 398

 

A Brief Biography

A Current Alfred Hollins Discography

A Catalogue of Works

The Specification of the Organ at St George's United Free Church Edinburgh

A Programme for a Recital Series - Midsummer 1928

 

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