Postlude in C major (Laselle, Mary A.)

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Publisher. Info. Manuscript Volumes from J.B. Millet & Co., vol.4
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Arranger Justus P. Weston (ca.1840–1917)
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General Information

Work Title Postlude in C major
Alternative. Title Organ Postlude
Composer Laselle, Mary A.
Key C major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1
Average DurationAvg. Duration 1 minute
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation organ
Mss Sources Manuscript Volumes from J.B. Millet & Co., Vol.4

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It is unknown if the work was ever published. The work did not appear in Vox Organi or apparently either of the other major music publications by Millet. The ms. of Laselle's original (2 staves) has the following written in the upper left corner: "Mr. Weston Please make organ arrangement as agreed AJM." The cover page of Weston's arrangement for organ (3 staves) has the following written on it: "Arranged for Nuo Music." Perhaps this was a musical periodical published by Millet. The arranger, Justus P(ersons) Weston (ca.1840–1917), may perhaps only be known for his work on Laus organi which was a 3 volume set of arrangements for harmonium of the works that originally appeared in Vox Organi.