Rogers (1857-1940) was a native of Fairfield, Connecticut, who studied with Clarence Eddy in Chicago before venturing to Berlin for two years of work with Eddy’s former teacher,August Haupt, culminating his major organ studies in Paris, with Alexandre Guilmant, and composition with Charles Marie Widor. (see Rollin Smith: The Tracker, Spring 2009). Editor Charles L. Echols offers a penetrating study of these works, and organs associated with the prolific composer.
Preface: James H. Rogers
Original Organ Works
Specifications of Organs Associated with James H. Rogers
Three Organ Specifications
A Survey of Performing Practices: America and England 1890s-1940s
Sonata in E Minor
Sonata No. 2
Difficulty Level: Medium – Difficult
94 pages, softbound
2016 Wayne Leupold Editions, Inc.