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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Postby timgill » Wed Mar 17, 2010 7:21 am

A few more works published since last November:

Czerny : School of Velocity op 299b for 2 pianos
Grieg : Lyric Pieces opp 12, 43, 47, 54, 57, 62, 65, 68 + 71 for piano solo (i.e. all of them)
Kapustin : Paraphrase on Dizzy Gillespie's "Manteca" op 129 for 2 pianos
Stenhammar : Impromptu, 3 Fantasias op 11 + Sensommarmätter for piano solo
Szymanowski : 4 Studies op 4, 12 Studies op 33 + Masques op 34 for piano solo

Cheers

Tim
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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Postby Arjuna » Wed Apr 14, 2010 12:04 am

Any plans to publish Kapustin's Toccata Op. 8? I would LOVE to get a copy of that work.
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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Postby timgill » Thu Apr 15, 2010 6:57 am

Arjuna - unfortunately the composer's manuscript of the Toccata op 8 has been mislaid - it's somewhere in Russia, but we don't know where. Believe me, if we could find it, it would immediately go to press...
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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Postby passthesalt » Thu Apr 15, 2010 7:35 pm

timgill wrote:unfortunately the composer's manuscript of the Toccata op 8 has been mislaid - it's somewhere in Russia, but we don't know where.


As my Russian piano teacher would say "Oi Yoi Yoi!" :shock:

We should get a team of professional cat burglars to toss Kapustin's house for the missing music. We'd be doing him a favor.
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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Postby Timtin » Thu Apr 22, 2010 1:54 pm

I notice that in the Keyboard Music - Scandinavian Composers thread, there is currently a discussion
about Breitkopf, and what they may or may not have published in the past.
On a similar topic, I emailed Peters Edition in Germany a couple of years ago, to enquire about
availability of scores from their old catalogue, i.e. the one they used prior to starting their new
catalogue numbering system. Sadly, they were no help whatsoever.
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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Postby klavierelch » Thu Apr 22, 2010 3:12 pm

I had similar experiences with Peters. They didn't even reply to my multiple mails to their archive.
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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Postby Timtin » Thu Apr 22, 2010 3:47 pm

Personally, I'd love to see Peters and the other long-established music publishers
reprint some of their old catalogue editions, either by using the original plates, if they
still have them, or by producing facsimiles based on digitised library or collectors' copies,
rather in the manner that Elibron and a few other enterprising publishers do.
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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Postby rob » Thu Apr 22, 2010 6:31 pm

Guys

I feel that this thread is being subverted a little. The thread is meant fairly exclusively for our publisher members and friends to offer their wares rather than for commentary on those publishers who fail us.

I'll set up another thread to cope with negative comments about publishers perhaps later tonight and wil also stitch in some of the recent comments from the piano music area.

I was thinking the thread might be called 'The Blackballed Publishers thread' - but alternative suggestions to me by PM please.

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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Postby giwro » Sun Jun 13, 2010 2:03 am

Evensong Music, Media and Graphics is pleased to announce the availability of Brian Lamb's (Hullandhellandhalifax) Organ Symphony

You can hear it and/or order your copy at:
http://www.evensongmusic.net/lamborgan.html

We also recently released a new edition of Henri Mulet's last 4 organ works, edited by New York organist and composer Stephen Best.

http://www.evensongmusic.net/muletfree.html

You can also download a free Mulet score on that page.

Best to all,

- G
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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Postby arglmann » Sat Feb 19, 2011 11:28 pm

Hello everyone,

I'm quite lost in my search for the "Mills Music" publishing house.
Is it integrated in a modern catalogue of another publisher nowadays?
I need to find scores of John Vincent (1902-1973)...

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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