Joseph Jongen

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Crpuscule au Lac OgwenCrépuscule au Lac Ogwen Ref: adlais194
Joseph Jongen (1873-1953)

From 1914-1918, along with 21,000 other refugees from the German invasion of Belgium, Jongen and his family found a home in England, first in London, and then from April 1916, in Bournemouth. Late September 1916 saw them spend a few days holiday in North Wales, near Bethesda, when Jongen visited the lake which was to inspire his piano piece Crépuscule au Lac Ogwen (op 52). The manuscript is dated 30 September 1916. This 2012 edition is transcribed for harp by Ann Griffiths.
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Online Catalogue | HARP SHEET MUSIC |  Joseph Jongen

In light of the UK Prime Minister Statement made at 8.30pm on Monday 23 March 2020 and given the fact that I do not have my post collected but always take it to the Post Office in person I feel that the only responsible action I can take is to temporarily suspend sales from my online shop. I run Creighton's Collection on my own from my home and this is the first time since I started Creighton's Collection in 2003 that it has shut. I will open again as soon as I can and apologise for any inconvenience this temporary closure may cause.