The composer’s craftsmanship is evident in this sarabande-like arrangement of Crimond, the tune the Anglican church often uses for ‘The Lord’s My Shepherd’.
Eric H. Thiman was a 20th century composer, teacher and Organist who was also an advocate of amateur music-making. He was a prolific composer of church music and Piano and Organ works, and his craftsmanship and gift for melody were much admired. He was director of music at the City Temple in London. As an educator, he was a professor at the Royal Academy of Music, and he wrote many books on harmony, counterpoint and musical form.