William H. Harris

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William Henry Harris was better known in his lifetime as an organist and choirmaster than composer. Not that he didn't achieve success in the latter endeavor: in the realm of Anglican Church music, Harris…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Faire Is the Heaven, for chorus 1925 05:19 Choral
Bring Us, O Lord God, for chorus 1959 04:18 Choral
Prelude in E flat major 02:39 Miscellaneous (Classical)
O what their joy and their glory must be 07:28 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Lead, kindly light (tune Alberta) 02:51 Choral
Holy Is the True Light, for chorus 01:54 Choral
Let My Prayer Come Up 02:10
King of Glory, King of peace 05:27
Short Pieces (4) for organ: No. 2, Reverie 02:13 Keyboard
A Fancy, for organ 02:49 Keyboard
I Was Glad When They Said Unto Me, Psalm 122 03:11 Choral
Flourish for an Occasion, for organ 04:55 Keyboard
Psalm 27 for chorus & organ, "The Lord is my light and my salvation" 05:07 Choral
Strengthen Ye the Weak Hands, for chorus 07:19 Choral
Te Deum for chorus & organ 05:30 Choral
The Beatitudes, for chorus 05:28 Choral
Fantasy on the Tune "Babylon's Streams", for organ 09:19 Keyboard
Love of Love and Light of Light, for chorus 04:46 Choral
Praise the Lord, O My Soul, for chorus 09:57 Choral
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in D Major 05:30 Choral
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