William Faulkes

English organist, transcriber and composer George William Henry Faulkes was born in Liverpool on 4 November 1863 and died in the same city on 25 January 1933. Most of his working life was also spent in Liverpool, where he was organist at various churches, including at St John the Baptist in  Tuebrook from 1882 until 1886.

A selection of articles about William Faulkes

CD Spotlight. Stirringly Uplifting - Organ music by William Faulkes, heard by Gerald Fenech. 'Duncan Ferguson's renditions are as enthralling as they are warmly expressive ...'

Musicianship and Panache - Michael Harris at the organ of Derby Cathedral, heard by Tony Westerman

Majesty, Moment and Control - Ben Bloor's concluding recital for Derby Cathedral's 2010 summer organ series impresses Tony Westerman

 

 

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