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The Mulholland Grand Organ

Duration: 04:52

The Ulster Hall's Mulholland Organ is one of the oldest examples of a functioning classic English pipe organ. It was given to the people of Belfast in 1862 by Andrew Mulholland, pioneer of the Belfast linen industry and former mayor of the city.

Dr. Donald Davidson performs two pieces by Alfred Hollins, one of the many illustrious composers who played the Mulholland Grand Organ - Trumpet Minuet and A Song of Sunshine.

Available since: Tue 8 May 2012

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Performer
Dr. Donald Davison

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A Song of Sunshine

Music by the blind composer Alfred Hollins played on the organ at the Ulster Hall.

First broadcast: 13 Mar 1988

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