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The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by rob » Wed Oct 07, 2009 12:54 pm

We have several members who are publishers and this provides them with a place to advertise their wares. It also allows us to move posts of blatant advertising away from the main part of the site, helping to reduce clutter.

Members who are publishers are strongly encouraged to give details here of any new publications that may be of serious interest to other members.

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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by timgill » Wed Oct 07, 2009 1:13 pm

I confess all. Thank you, Rob, for providing us publishers with this thread. I for one will make a donation to PP in recognition of this opportunity...

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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by dmitterdorfer » Thu Oct 08, 2009 10:39 pm

<Blatant Plug>
Some readers may be interested to know that my business, Crescendo Music Publications, has commenced issuing scores of the complete solo piano music of Charles-Marie Widor. Many of these scores have been out of print for decades, some for even longer. Due care has been taken in renotating the originals, and each edition includes a list of corrections and editorial suggestions where appropriate. We're aiming to have the project completed by December, 2010.

You can see what we're up to and purchase scores at http://www.crescendomusicpubs.com.au/

</Blatant Plug>

cheers,
Daniel

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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by timgill » Fri Oct 09, 2009 3:09 pm

MusT is my company, we're based in the UK and we publish and distribute printed music all over the place. We represent more than 60 British and foreign publishers in various ways, and the main catalogues we carry are:

A-RAM (Moscow): publishers of Nikolai Kapustin and also some hard to get hold of Russian CDs
AKKORD (Hungary): contemporary and classical Hungarian composers mainly
BOILEAU (Spain): contemporary and classical Spanish composers, and also some standard works including for piano
LIENAU (Frankfurt): lots of Sibelius
MUSICUS (USA): cheap and cheerful, but not much piano
OR-TAV: Israeli and other Jewish music, klezmer
REIFT (Switzerland) vast catalogue mainly of wind & brass, wind band & brass band
SIKORSKI (Germany): but not the Russian bit, unfortunately
ZIMMERMANN (Germany): another big catalogue, lots of Medtner

Please PM me if you're interested to know more...

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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by timgill » Fri Nov 06, 2009 10:51 am

Further to my post on the Godowsky thread in the Keyboard Music discussion forum, my company has just published several piano scores of works that may be of interest to members of PP. They’ve been produced in Japan, and are beautifully printed and bound on high quality paper. Some textual notes are in Japanese only, but the music speaks for itself! Here they are; all for piano solo unless stated otherwise:

Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909) : Sonatas Nos 3, 4 + 5 opp 68, 72 + 82

Charles-Valentin Alkan (1813-1888) : Esquisses op 63 (48 motifs)

Anton Arenský (1861-1906) : 24 Characteristic Pieces op 36

Felix Blumenfeld (1863-1931) : Préambules dans tous les tons op 17

Ignaz Brüll (1846-1907) : Klavierstücke (Drei Klavierstücke op 11 – Zwei Klavierstücke op 50 – Drei Klavierstücke op 53 – Sonate op 73 – Drei Klavierstücke op 93 – Zwei Klavierstücke op 94 – Drei Klavierstücke op 101

Emmanuel Chabrier (1851-1894) : España (Rapsodie pour orchestra, transcription pour 2 pianos) + 3 valses romantiques (pour 2 pianos)

Cécile Chaminade (1857-1944) : Six etudes de concert, 1er/2ème recueils

Leopold Godowsky (1870-1938) : Java Suite (Phonoramas ~ Tonal Journeys for the Pianoforte)

Adolf Henselt (1814-1889) : Douze études caractéristiques de concert op 2 + Douze etudes de salon op 5

Niels Jensen (1802-1846) : 25 Klavier-Etüden op 32

Nikolai Kapustin (1937-) : 8 Concert Études op 40

Nikolai Kapustin (1937-) : 24 Preludes op 53

Nikolai Kapustin (1937-) : Piano Albums, 3 volumes. What's very special about these albums is that they contain an extensive introduction and commentary, with notes on the individual pieces, by Masahiro Kawakami - one of the foremost exponents of Kapustin's piano music. Plus, the whole edition has been supervised, with extensive fingering and guidance notes, by the composer himself. All texts are in English and Japanese.

Contents (** = published for the first time):
Volume 1 Prelude op 40/1 from "Eight Concert Études" - Finale op 40/8 from "Eight Concert Études" - Bagatelle op 59/9 from "Ten Bagatelles" - Three Impromptus op 66 - Sonatina op 100 - Gingerbread Man op 111 ** - The End of the Rainbow op 112 ** - Wheel of Fortune op 113 ** - No Stop Signs op 114 ** - Paraphrase on Kenny Dorham's "Blue Bossa" op 123 ** - Introduction and Rondo op 128 **

Volume 2 Sonata No 1 (Sonata-Fantasia) op 39 - Prelude in D major op 53/5 from "Twenty- four Preludes" - Prelude in G# minor op 53/12 from "24 Preludes" - Prelude in F major op 53/23 from "24 Preludes" - Three Études op 67 ** - Fantasia op 115 ** - Spice Island op 117 ** - Paraphrase on Ary Barroso's "Aquarela do Brasil" op 118

Volume 3 Daybreak (Sunrise) op 26 ** - Suite in the Old Style op 28 - Toccatina op 36 - Variations op 41 - Motive Force op 45 ** - Big Band Sounds op 46 ** - Contemplation (Meditation) op 47 ** - Andante op 58 ** - Berceuse op 65 ** - Humoresque op 75 ** - Paraphrase on a Theme by Paul Dvoyrin op 108 **

Sergei Liapunov (1859-1924) : 12 études d’exécution transcendante op 11

Antoine-François Marmontel (1816-1898) : 24 études caractéristques op 25

Samuil Maykapar (1867-1938) : 20 Preludes for Pedal op 38

Sergei Rachmaninov (1873-1943) : Prelude in C# minor op 3/2 (the original version for piano solo and the composer’s own arrangement for 2 pianos 4 hands)

Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) : La Valse (arranged for piano solo by Alexander Ghindin)

Clara Schumann (1819-1896) : Klavierstücke (Romance variée op 3 – Romance op 5/3 – Romance in A minor op 21/1 – Romance in B minor – Souvenir de Vienne op 9 – Soiréesmusicales op 6)

Robert Schumann (1810-1856) : Kinderszenen op 15, Waldszenen op 82 + Albumblätter op 124

Alexey Stanchinsky (1888-1914) : Sonata in Eb min, Sonata No 1 + Sonata No 2

Josef Suk (1874-1935) : O matince op 28, Životem a snem op 30, Ukolébavky op 33

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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by kh0815 » Fri Nov 06, 2009 11:57 pm

timgill: Great stuff, indeed, for the serious collector, i. e. the new ones! Please don't keep on being too modest - lift the secret which is the editor's name on the scores and how they are available.

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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by timgill » Tue Nov 24, 2009 7:08 am

Just to let you know we're running a special offer until 18 December - 20% off everything. Have a look at www.tutti.co.uk.

Cheers

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New Kapustin title

Post by timgill » Fri Jan 29, 2010 7:19 am

I'm pleased to announce the publication of Nikolai Kapustin's 'Paraphrase on Dizzy Gillespie's "Manteca"' op 129, for 2 pianos.

Here's a tantalising glimpse of what it sounds like http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sH3yTG8sQFc

The title will be up for ordering on our retail website www.tutti.co.uk in a few days' time.

Nikolai Kapustin : Paraphrase on Dizzy Gillespie's "Manteca" op 129, 2 pianos 4 hands (2 scores)
Catalogue No. PEPD 1006 / ISBN 978-4-904231-56-2 / £20.20

With my best wishes


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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by passthesalt » Sat Jan 30, 2010 1:12 am

Timgill, thanks for bringing attention to this - a very nice piece. I wish the youtube performers had uploaded the whole thing.

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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by arglmann » Mon Mar 15, 2010 8:03 am

Hello zartist,
you could get it via the music publishing
company called Inter-Note ( www.inter-note.com ).
We do printed music on demand,
and your piece, typeset it completely new,
would be around 5 € plus shipping.

Best,
Philipp Alexander
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