Personalities | E. Power Biggs | Contemporary | Classical
Born in England, Biggs made his US debut in 1930. He did much to popularize organ music through concerts and recordings, and through broadcasting a weekly programme from Harvard on national radio 1942–58. He played organ music of all periods including his own, with new works by Walter Piston (1894–1976) and others.
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