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Piano music by Bacewicz, Haydn, and Pam Wedgwood; a collection of organ pieces by contemporary women composers; Elgar's Dream of Gerontius from Carus Verlag; the latest LCM Classical Guitar handbooks; Bärenreiter's edition of the overture to Beethoven's Die Geschöpfe des Prometheus; and George Benjamin's Concerto for Orchestra.
Piano music by Jean Sibelius and Joachim Raff; vocal selections from the recent Motion Picture Soundtrack West Side Story; choral works by Howard Goodall, Johann Kuhnau, and Emily Howard; a complete collection of Adele's songs; a companion to clarinet playing by Paul Harris; and chamber music by Philip Glass and Rachel Portman.
Piano music by Bach, Schönberg, Schubert, Scriabin, Einaudi, and Melanie Spanswick; sheet music featuring the works of women composers; August Stradal's arrangement of the Andante from Bach's Organ Sonata, BWV 528; a new critical edition of Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor; Chamber music by Danny Elfman, Fauré, and Mozart; and two newly published works by Vieuxtemps.
In aid of International Women's Day, we have compiled a selection of publications featuring new compositions by talented contemporary female composers, alongside anthologies featuring the music of women composers throughout history.
Piano music by Debussy, Liszt, Scriabin, and Philip Glass; organ voluntaries by John Stanley; choral works by Howard Goodall, Bob Chilcott, Bruckner, Handel, Zelenka, and Hasse; sight-singing and aural tests for grades six to eight of the ABRSM Singing for Musical Theatre exams; and full scores of music by Haydn and John Rutter.
Einaudi’s first full solo piano album for twenty years is a manifesto for life and a statement for the time when the world around him was quiet and silent. This beautiful matching folio features the album's twelve intimate piano tracks. Find out more here.
Pièces de clavecin by François Couperin; piano music by Einaudi; the Miserere by Joseph Martin Kraus; choral arrangements of pieces by Elgar and Ivor Novello; a facsimile of the manuscript of Bach's harpsichord concertos; a study score of a recently-discovered overture by Sibelius; and the full orchestral score of Danny Elfman's complete music for Tim Burton's Batman.
Piano music by Chopin, Coleridge-Taylor, and Górecki; organ works by Buxtehude; violin music by Elgar and Ysaÿe; saxophone arrangements of music by Finzi; vocal works by Dvořák, Schumann, and Strauss; a new edition of Purcell's Dido and Aeneas; choral music by Bruckner, Telemann, and Schütz; chamber works by Brahms and Strauss; and full scores of Gershwin's Piano Concerto in F and Strauss's Don Juan.
Ivor Gurney's final composition; a collection of piano music by Carl Davis; a deluxe edition of Bach's Notebook for Wilhelm Friedemann; Ed Sheeran's latest album, Equals; organ music written in response to the Covid crisis; solo secular songs from OUP; the Mass written for the anniversary of Rossini's death; a vocal score of Verdi's Les vêpres siciliennes; and a selection of Chinese art songs.
A collection of Czech piano music; a new series for teaching string playing; violin studies by Ševčik; works for violin by Eduard Franck, Pleyel, and Sarasate; arrangements of Jewish music for viola and organ; a bassoon concerto by Carl Stamitz; songs by Gustav Holst; a critical edition of Donizetti's La fille du régiment; Christmas carols by Owain Park; and collections of songs from around the world.
Piano pieces by Humperdinck and Coleridge-Taylor; violin repertoire by Vieuxtemps; music for viola and guitar by Paganini; Vivaldi's Concerto for Two Cellos, RV531; the latest volume in Goodmusic Publications's series of songs by Gustav Holst; Howard Goodall's Christmas Cantata; the first published edition of Rameau's opera, Les Paladins; and a new edition of Saint-Saëns's Oratorio de Noël.
Piano music by Herbert Howells, Schubert, Bach, and Balakirev; works for woodwind by Reinecke, Stamitz, and Handel; vocal scores of two different versions of Puccini's early opera, Le Villi; Howard Goodall's memorial to NHS workers who died during the coronavirus pandemic; songs for Christmas from Oxford University Press; and Boosey & Hawkes's music diaries for 2022.
Piano music by Couperin, CPE Bach, and Fauré; previously-unpublished technical exercises by Liszt; an album of cello pieces arranged by Sheku Kanneh-Mason; choruses from the operas of John Adams; choral music by Haydn, Sarah Quartel, and Cecilia McDowall; and songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber's newest musical, Cinderella.
Piano music by Schumann, Brahms, and Cilea; an introduction to jazz piano for beginners; arrangements for organ of pieces by Sousa and Amy Beach; handbooks for the LCM examinations in electronic keyboard and violin; a new guitar tutor series from Schott; vocal scores of operas by Saint-Saëns and Verdi; a set of parts for Martinů's Serenade No. 3; and a full score of Strauss's Tod und Verklärung.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
Piano music by Beethoven, Saint-Saëns, and Bach/Busoni; cello sonatas by Fauré and Bréval; a new edition of Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto; two works for bassoon by Jirí Pauer and Oliver Knussen; opera arias for contralto; songbooks for the ABRSM Singing for Musical Theatre exams; and a full score of Sibelius's Fourth Symphony from Breitkopf.