Pedal Technique

C. F. Abdy Williams, Herbert F. Ellingford
1918 The Musical Times  
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more » ... -AUGUST I, I918. THE MUSICAL TIMES.-AUGUST I, I918. Jerusalem. Where I am stationed there are only about thirty-five native Christians, but I have the pleasure of presiding at the (American) organ every Sunday morning. The music of the hymns, &c., is all printed backwards to correspond with the Arabic words, and as I generally transpose, it adds a new thrill to hymn-playing. For secular purposes I have an excellent old Brinsmead, with a quantity of good music, partly my own property, partly the property (with the pianoforte) of an English doctor who lived here before the War. There are some fine violinists in Jerusal, with whom I am getting into touch, and possibly one will visit me here shortly. Yours &c., Hebron, Palestine, T. L. MARTIN Tune 18, I9I8. (Lieut.).
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