Luca Massaglia (http://www.lucamassaglia.com/
) plays "Intermezzo" by English organist and composer William Lloyd Webber (1914-1982).
Lloyd Webber was by nature a shy and withdrawn character. He had an avowed dislike of self-promotion and found the "cut and thrust" approach apparently necessary for the furtherance of a composer's career was completely alien to him. As a result, his music, with few exceptions, remained virtually undiscovered until recent years, when works that have lain unpublished and unperformed for many years have gradually come to light.
William Lloyd Webber was a composer who knew exactly what he wanted to say and how to say it. He was a man who wasted few words and, in his music, equally few notes. "Why", he would ask his pupils, "write six pages, when six bars will do?".