Cuthbert Harris, Mus.D. (Durham, 1899) (b. Holloway, London, England, June 7th, 1870; d. Gorleston-on-Sea, June 17th, 1932) studied at the London Organ School. He was Organist of St. Andrew’s, Streatham, London, 1893; St. Leonard’s Parish Church, Streatham, London, 1903. He was a teacher and author of “First Studies for the Organ”. b. Holloway, London, England, June 7th, 1870; d. Gorleston-on-Sea, June 17th, 1932.
Best known for his compositions for organ most of which continue in today's organ repetoire. Among his organ works are: "At Eventide", "Berceuse in G", "Chanson pastorale", "Concluding Voluntary in D minor", "Concluding Voluntary in G major" and "Festival Postlude in C".
"Finale in C" was published in 1923 by Theodore Presser Co.. I suppose you could classify this as "only" a "church postlude," but it's well-written and makes a nice impression.
I recorded this about a month ago, just as hell was breaking loose with my hearing. It's better now, but it literally can change by the hour.
The score is attached below, as well as a photo of Cuthbert Harris. Also included are modern photos of St. Andrew's, Streatham, and of St. Leonard's, Streatham, two churches were Harris served.