All that is known about Henry Heron is that he worked in London in the eighteenth century. The most recent scholarship lists his probably dates as 1730 — 1795. On the title page of his "Ten Voluntaries for the Organ or the Harpsichord", he calls himself Organist of St. Magnus the Martyr, London Bridge.
This very attractive little piece, the 4th in the collection, features a dialogue between the Trumpets of the Swell and Choir. Notice also the "English sound" of the diapasons in the opening section.
I'm going to mention something highly personal, and I hope you won't mind me doing so.
I'm supposed to have knee replacement surgery on June 18th, but will having various pre-op tests, a significant mass was discovered on my left lung. I don't have mention what this could mean...
I had a cat scan today, and will know my results on Thursday. Please keep me in your thoughts and prayers.
Thanks to All in advance.