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Schott (Publisher)

Founded by Bernhard Schott in Mainz in 1770, the Schott Music group today ranks among the leading music and media publishers in the world. Comprising of performance and teaching literature, urtext editions, concert and opera editions, study scores, complete editions such as those of Richard Wagner and Robert Schumann, books on music, and CDs. A main focus of the publishing programme is the publication of works by contemporary 20th and 21st century composers. Internationally renowned composers such as Carl Orff, Igor Stravinsky, Michael Tippett, Paul Hindemith, György Ligeti, Krzysztof Penderecki, Hans Werner Henze and Aribert Reimann entrusted Schott with the publication of their works.

Further Reading: Schott

Education Publications, Easy Composer Series: My First Schubert

Schott's Easy Composer Series features a wide selection of easier pieces by well-known composers, ideally suited to pianists looking to expand their repertoire, and perfect for music lessons and playing at home. The latest in the series, My First Schubert, is the perfect introduction to Romantic piano music. Find out more.

Broadening the Repertoire, Women Composers: A Graded Anthology for Piano

An indispensable addition to lessons and concerts, this three-volume series of piano music by women composers is a progressive compendium of educational literature. Featuring repertoire from the 17th century to the present day, each work includes additional biographical notes on the composers. Find out more here.

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