The Music Publishers' Thread

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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by timgill » Mon Feb 21, 2011 7:37 am

@Arglmann have a look here, it might help http://mpa.org/directories/music_publishers/show/68

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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by arglmann » Mon Feb 21, 2011 4:46 pm

timgill wrote:@Arglmann have a look here, it might help http://mpa.org/directories/music_publishers/show/68

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Great, Tim!
Thanks for the link!

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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by timgill » Mon Feb 21, 2011 5:06 pm

@arglmann - my pleasure. And to anyone else in need - I can often find hard-to-trace works that are in print, and would be pleased to help anyone else who might be looking for printed copies of such pieces. But I can only point you in the right direction; I can't actually get them for you...!

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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by timgill » Mon Mar 05, 2012 4:14 pm

Dear Pianophiiliacs,

I'm pleased to tell you that we've just taken delivery of 2 new Kapustin titles:

Saxophone Concerto op 50 - reduction for alto sax & piano
Sinfonietta for Piano, Band and Orchestra op 49 - reduction for piano duet

If you have time, you can watch/listen to these works at the following links...

Sax Concerto (audio only) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FEP-Vkyngdw

Sinfonietta - 1st movement http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nULcBArbzHk
- 2nd movement http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AF_TLZmxeT4
- 3rd movement http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zzeo2COop2g
- 4th movement http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dos3JIUw8tc

Nikolai Kapustin : Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Orchestra op 50 - saxophone & piano reduction
Code GXS 1087528 / ISBN 978-4-636-87528-7 / 28pp score + 12pp part / £30.30
available to purchase here http://www.tutti.co.uk/sheet-music/saxo ... XS-1087528

Nikolai Kapustin : Sinfonietta for Piano, Band and Orchestra op 49 - version for piano duet
Code GXS 1088248 / ISBN 978-4-636-88248-3 / 80pp score / £44.10
available to purchase here http://www.tutti.co.uk/sheet-music/sinf ... XS-1088248

Best wishes

Tim

PS 4 more new Kapustin works arriving in about 2 months...

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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by timgill » Fri Jan 25, 2013 9:16 am

I've been meaning to do this for a while, but here it is - our complete piano catalogue.
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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by timgill » Wed Apr 10, 2013 7:01 am

These Kapustin titles came out a while ago, but I forgot to post details on Pianophilia. So here they are now...

First one : I'm delighted to announce the publication of Nikolai Kapustin's Concerto for two pianos and two percussionists, op 104.

This concerto was written in 2002. From the opening movement this piece swings, especially with the presence of the drums, and presents a great variety of jazz moods in an intensely personal chamber composition. The slow movement conveys one of those beautiful lyric moments that are sprinkled on Kapustin’s vast output, with a placid climate created by suggestive harmonies - but also an exhilarating presto central section. The delirious finale collects impressions from its predecessors, although some recurrent rhythmic sequences confer its own character on this third movement.

The Concerto has been recorded on SACD by Ludmil Angelov and Daniel del Pino (pianos) with Neopercusión (Juanjo Guillem and Rafael Gálvez) on “2+2 4 Kapustin” (Non Profit Music NPM 1011)

Nikolai Kapustin : Concerto for 2 pianos and 2 percussionists op 104
2 x 76pp piano parts + 2 x percussion parts (8pp + 16pp) in cover folder
ISMN 979-0-708036-32-6 / £52.60

Available to purchase right here
http://www.tutti.co.uk/sheet-music/doub ... -708036326

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And the rest : I'm pleased to announce the arrival of five new sheet music publications of works by Nikolai Kapustin; all of them have prefaces in English, Russian and Japanese:

Piano Concerto No 2 op 14 reduction for 2 pianos 4 hands. Code GXS 1088498 / ISBN 978-4-636-88498-2 / 68pp score / £37.60 / audio performance here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fd14YhmQjDo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gx1EC27r ... ure=relmfu http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqEuakbr ... ure=relmfu / available for purchase here http://www.tutti.co.uk/sheet-music/pian ... XS-1088498

Piano Concerto No 4 op 56 reduction for 2 pianos 4 hands. Code GXS 1088330 / ISBN 978-4-636-88330-5 / 80pp score / £37.30 / audio performance here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euKsB44B4JU http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0rS7_mWOCA / available for purchase here http://www.tutti.co.uk/sheet-music/pian ... XS-1088330

10 Inventions op 73 piano solo. Code GXS 1088436 / ISBN 978-4-636-88436-4 / 48pp score / £33.30 / available for purchase here http://www.tutti.co.uk/sheet-music/10-i ... XS-1088436

Suite op 92 piano solo. Code GXS 10848435 / ISBN 978-4-636-88435-7 / 36pp score / £29.30 / available for purchase here http://www.tutti.co.uk/sheet-music/suit ... XS-1088435

6 Little Pieces op 133 piano solo. Code GXS 1088329 / ISBN 978-4-636-88329-9 / 28pp score / £29.30 / available for purchase here http://www.tutti.co.uk/sheet-music/6-li ... XS-1088329

Incidentally, three of the 6 Little Pieces have since been recorded and posted on YouTube here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DBPiNsxzJpw

Cheers

Tim

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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by 4candles » Wed May 29, 2013 3:30 pm

Can anyone in the know about such things give me any background on a publisher called 'Kugelmann'?
I'm assuming the publisher was German or Austrian, but the only fact I can find about him was that he bought the catalogue of Adolphe Sax when the latter went bankrupt in the 1870s (was it?).
It's really the publications by Adolphe Sax that I'm after, but any info at all would be gratefully received.

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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by timgill » Thu May 30, 2013 9:06 am

Dear 4C - sorry, I can't throw any light on this company. All I know is that they were printers whom Sax used to publish his works, and after he went bankrupt (for the second time) in 1873 he sold all the printing plates to J. Kugelman but I have no idea what they did with them. I assume they were based in Belgium...

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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by 4candles » Thu May 30, 2013 10:11 am

timgill wrote:Dear 4C - sorry, I can't throw any light on this company. All I know is that they were printers whom Sax used to publish his works, and after he went bankrupt (for the second time) in 1873 he sold all the printing plates to J. Kugelman but I have no idea what they did with them. I assume they were based in Belgium...
Thanks for your help Tim! I'll see if I can figure out where to go from here.
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Re: The Music Publishers' Thread

Post by timgill » Mon Jun 03, 2013 4:26 pm

I'm delighted to announce the publication of Nikolai Kapustin's Sweet Georgia
Brown Variations op 107.

This work has an interesting history. In 2002 Kapustin wrote a Suite, op 106,
for the unusual but rather lovely combination of viola, alto saxophone, piano
and double bass. At the request of his dedicatee, the violist Svetlana
Stepchenko, he then composed the Sweet Georgia Brown Variations, op 107, for the
same instruments, intended to be an encore piece for the Suite.

The Variations, which are directly based on Ben Bernie and Maceo Pinkard's
famous jazz standard, were tried out by a number of musicians, but nobody could
continue much beyond bar 104 – about two-thirds of the way through. At this
point Kapustin instructs the viola player to stop playing and indulge himself or
herself – and the audience – in about 30 bars of scat singing. If the violist is
male, then the passage has to be sung falsetto. It should be pointed out that
Stepchenko, a fine violist who has played in other recordings of Kapustin's
string chamber works, also has a lovely singing voice.

The problem was that as soon as the viola player began to sing everyone else
would collapse into laughter and the performance had to be abandoned. So, in
addition to offering this work in printed form, we are also offering a prize of
£100 to the first ensemble to upload a complete and uninterrupted recording onto
YouTube. Good luck!

Nikolai Kapustin : Sweet Georgia Brown Variations for viola (doubling as female
or male falsetto scat singer), alto saxophone, piano and double bass op 107
20pp score + 3 x 4pp parts
ISMN 979-0-708036-27-2 / £14.50

available here right now
http://www.tutti.co.uk/sheet-music/swee ... 07-MUST-M-\
707036272

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