Location: Florida, USA
Now specialist as a leading nternational provider (including publishing) for most areas of music literature, very strong in choral and organ music and "Early Music": website www.worldwidemusiconline.com is our inventory database listing many thousands of titles, but more are being added monthly in order to fulfil individual requests. In addition to music in print, a full range of classical recordings is kept in inventory (all classical CD labels including imports, and new LPs from a former era, many recorded iby UK and European cathedral choirs. Our site includes our Anglo-American Music publiications, many works by leading British composers including Arnold Cooke, Stanley Vann, Harold Darke and Arthur Wills We stock the complete range of MAPA MUNDI and ANTICO EDITION publications. Our Mailing address is: PO Box 161323 Altamonte Springs, FL 32716-1323 (tel. 407 464 9454 and E-mail for orders firstname.lastname@example.org) Previously we had a leading presence at Lincoln Center NYC for nearly 18 years We serve colleges, music libraries and churches throughout USA and Canada, and in many countries overseas.
I am originally from UK, where I graduated at University of Cambrdge with M.A. and the further MusB degres in composition, organ performance and research into early music: I was also organ accompanist for most serives in King's College Chapel, under the direction of Dr Boris Ord, C.B.E. (Music Faculty Professor and Director of Chapel Music (1928-1957) and and From UK since 1972 as a Professor involved full time with the Graduate Course at London's Guildhall School of Music, Music Lecturer at a Teacher Training College and Cathedral Organist at Llandaff, Peterborough (with the late Dr. Stanley Vann) and Westminster Cathedral (RC) in pre-Vatican days., London.Director of Music. Subsequently Visiting Professor at Susquehanna University and Dickinson College, PA.
I am also a composer and music editor of choral music, including many works from the Renaissance. Wants lists which can includie hard-to-find or out-of-print titles are always welcome as we hold an extensive Archive.