William Everleigh
William George Everleigh (4 April 1871 - 28 July 1922) was an Irish
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Organ (music)
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 known for his remarkable work at Saint Finbarre's Cathedral
Saint Finbarre's Cathedral
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 in Cork
Cork (city)
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, Ireland. Not much is known of Everleigh other than that he was wildly innovative in the field of experimental improvisations and than that he was preceded by John Christopher Marks and succeeded in the year of his death by Jonathan Thomas Horne who continued in the post until 1977.

Professor James Hargreaves commented on him in the Dictionary of Organs and Organists published in 1912 citing Everleigh as a short lived yet successful and conscientious clavicist.
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