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A guide to help rusty pianists get back into shape; an edition of Bartók's Mikrokosmos; several additions to the Oxford Organ Library; music for strings by Clara Schumann and Beethoven; two early violin works by Henri Vieuxtemps; songs by Poulenc; choral works by Bartók; and pieces for mixed choir by John Rutter and James Whitbourn.
Alongside our continuing offers of 25% off Edition Peters and Simrock Original Edition, this month we have launched two new special offers with 25% off Kevin Mayhew and 25% off Alphonse Leduc, Heugel & Hamelle until the 30th June.
In conjunction with the release of Pam Wedgwood's latest publication The Rusty Pianist we have compiled a collection of sheet music ideal for people who have previously played the piano, and are interested in rediscovering the instrument again. Find out more here.
Nikki Iles & Friends is a collection of original compositions and new arrangements for piano written by Nikki Iles and her friends from the world of jazz including Jason Rebello, Gwilym Simcock, Pete Churchill and more.
A collection of contemporary piano music; pieces for piano by Grieg, Nikki Iles and Jakub Metelka; an edition of Schumann's original version of his Cello Concerto; a new edition of Donizetti's Concertino for Cor Anglais; a choral work by Cecilia McDowall; and orchestral scores from Breitkopf & Härtel of Bartók's Music for String Instruments, Percussion and Celesta, and Mahler's Symphony No. 3
The first text-critical edition of Mahler’s most extensive work, his Symphony No. 3, is a further milestone in Breitkopf & Härtel’s project, Mahler – The Symphonies. Find out more here.
Alongside our continuing offers of 25% off Schirmer and Durand, Salabert & Eschig, this month we have launched two new special offers with 25% off Edition Peters and Simrock Original Edition until the 31st May.
Edited by internationally renowned cellist Josephine Knight, Edition Peters presents the original version of Robert Schumann’s Cello Concerto in A Minor, Op. 129, the only available modern scholarly edition of the work as Schumann originally conceived it.
This year celebrates the 200th anniverary of the birth of Pauline Viardot-García. To celebrate this anniversary, Breitkopf & Härtel have published the first critical edition of songs by the composer. Find out more here.
Henle's latest releases of music by Beethoven, Haydn, Liszt, Strauss, Mendelssohn, Dvořák, Zemlinsky, and others. Also, Bärenreiter editions of pieces by Beethoven and Saint-Saëns; organ music by Stanford; a collection of upper-voice Renaissance polyphony; songs by Gustav Holst; and the tenth volume in Ricordi's survey of Domenico Scarlatti's keyboard sonatas.
Today marks the 100th anniversary of Astor Piazzolla's birth. A composer whose works revolutionised the traditional tango into a new style termed Nuevo Tango, incorporating elements from both jazz and classical music. Find out more here.
Alongside our continuing offer of 25% off Universal Edition, this month we have launched three new special offers with 25% off selected Piazzolla publications until the 31st March, 25% off Durand, Salabert & Eschig, and 25% off Schirmer publications until the 30th April.
A superb volume comprising of a selection of twenty pieces by Charles Villiers Stanford, the hugely influential composer, conductor, and teacher from the late-Victorian and Edwardian age. Providing the repertoire-hungry organist with preludes, postludes, and shorter descriptive works, suitable for either liturgical or recital use. Find out more here.
Introducing Edition Peters' new Urtext edition of Chopin’s Trois Nouvelles Études, the latest publication from The Complete Chopin: A New Critical Edition. Originally published in 1840 in the multi-composer Méthode des Méthodes, the Trois Nouvelles Études are Chopin’s least overtly vituosic studies, but they are arguably the most quietly sophisticated of all. Find out more here.
Chopin Études from Edition Peters; piano pieces by Beethoven; a newly-published waltz by Poulenc; an anthology from Oxford University Press of music by women composers; a collection of pieces for soprano by Villa-Lobos; Bärenreiter's new vocal score of the five-act version of Gounod's Faust; and full scores of orchestral works by Beethoven and Richard Strauss from Breitkopf.
Alongside our continuing offers of 25% off Dover, Eulenburg, and Ricordi, this month we have launched a new special offer with 25% off Universal Edition until the 31st March.
Have you ever considered Verdi’s Requiem with just five instead of thirty-four instrumentalists, or Mendelssohn’s Elijah with just a small chamber ensemble? With Carus' arrangements in the Great choral works in small scorings series, it is easier and considerably more economical to perform the great choral works every choir wants to sing. Find out more here.
Explore our selection of the latest pop, rock, and jazz sheet music, including songbooks from artists Ariana Grande, Metallica, Calvin Harris, Eric Clapton, and Jamiroquai; a 1950s jazz play-along album; Bebop and New Orleans Jazz; an anthology of the greatest hits from 1950-2020, and much more.
Songs from the hit musical, SIX; a new instrumental series helping players master the style of bebop; collectons of songs by Gustav Holst, Peter Warlock, and Richard Strauss; choral works by David Bednall and Malcolm Archer; the latest volume in the series from Multitude of Voyces presenting sacred music by women composers; and a new publication of the choral music of Henry Lawes.
Alongside our continuing offers of 25% off Carus Verlag and 25% off Boosey & Hawkes, this month we have launched three new special offers with 25% off Ricordi, 25% off Dover Music, and 25% off Eulenburg until the 28th February.