Latest News: Sheet Music, Interview
1st December 2023
Recently published by Faber Music, Yiruma's album SOLO is now available as a sheet music collection, in both original and simplified arrangements. The composer kindly took the time to answer our questions about his latest project and to discuss his background in classical music. Read the full interview here.
22nd September 2023
Just back from the premiere in Aix in the midst of preparing scores for his summer tours, George kindly spoke with us about his latest opera Picture a Day Like This. Read the interview here.
21st August 2023
Featuring newly commissioned carols and arrangements of classic melodies, Carols for Choirs 6 showcases some of today's most exciting names in choral composition. Editors Bob Chilcott and David Hill kindly took some time away from their busy schedules to discuss Carols for Choirs. Read the interview here.
3rd July 2023
With multiple albums and tours across the globe, Chris Woods has certainly mastered the art of fingerstyle guitar playing. Chris spoke to us recently about his latest publication First 50 Fingerstyle Patterns, fingerstyle and percussive acoustic guitar technique, his music education podcast, and more. Read the full interview here.
15th June 2023
Inspired by her training in Dalcroze eurhythmics, Ann Bryant has published a fantastic new resource for classroom music teachers. Ann kindly took the time to answer my questions about Instant Primary Music Lessons. Read the full interview here.
8th June 2023
Naoko Ikeda has composed many appealing piano works, introducing the world to the essence of Japan through music. Expert piano educator Andrew Eales recently edited a selection of pieces by Ikeda for pianists at grade 2-5 levels. Andrew answers some questions about the new collection, his Graded Gillock series, and the popular book How to Practise Music. Find out more.
30th May 2023
The composer discusses two of her new large-scale choral works, her approaches to matching words to music, and her aims as a contemporary composer.
25th May 2023
In conjunction with the release of Faber Music's new facsimile score of The Planets, composer Colin Matthews talks about Holst's iconic orchestral suite, editing the facsimile, and his collaboration with Holst's daughter Imogen. Read the full interview here.
3rd May 2023
Looking back over three decades of music, the world-renowned composer talks Whitman, musical hits and misses, and the correlation between a piece's length and the age of the composer's children...
27th April 2023
Editor Daniel Grimwood is one of Adolph von Henselt's most highly regarded interpreters. After recently completing a new edition of Henselt's Etudes with Edition Peters, Daniel kindly took some time to talk to me about the new Urtext edition and the composer Adolph von Henselt.
21st December 2022
In collaboration with Edition Peters, Azerbaijani-British violin virtuoso Nazrin Rashidova has recently published a new edition of Émile Sauret's 24 Études Caprices, Op. 64. We spoke to Nazrin about her interest in the composer and her experience studying and performing the etudes.
18th October 2022
Tom Ollendorff is fast becoming one of the most exciting young guitarists to emerge on the UK and international jazz scenes. The guitarist discusses his new sheet music publication Études (published by Faber Music), his compositional processes, and his experiences in the jazz world...
28th September 2022
Award-winning and internationally acclaimed cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason has just released his latest sheet music collection in collaboration with Faber Music, presenting a selection of music from his third solo album. We asked the cellist some questions about Song and his inspirations behind the project. Find out more.