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01/03/2014

BOOSEY & HAWKES
Benedictus

Karl Jenkins’ Benedictus , the penultimate movement from The Armed Man: a Mass for Peace , is now firmly established as a classic in its own right. In the words of Guy Wilson, former Master of the Armouries and commissioner of the parent work, “even the survivors can be hurt to destruction by war. ...

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01/03/2014

New Series - Grade by Grade

Providing the complete repertoire resource for aspiring brass and wind players and creates the perfect package for teaching and exam preparation.   This series draws on the rich and varied Boosey & Hawkes catalogue of classical, contemporary and educational repertoire, providing ...

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11/26/2013

SCHOTT MUSIC
Cadenzas

Bernd Alois Zimmermann wrote the three cadenzas for Mozart’s Flute Concertos KV 313 and 314 for the flautist Siegfried Burkhardt whom he had met at the Durmstadt Summer Courses in 1954.   Zimmermann initially sketched out the cadenzas for the first movements of each concerto on a ...

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11/26/2013

BOOSEY & HAWKES
The Boosey & Hawkes Solo Piano Collection - November 2013

The Boosey and Hawkes Solo Piano Collection provides the intermediate pianist with exciting repertoire in accessible yet authentic arrangements.   Duke Ellington’s famous Solitude provides the title for this fine collection of 35 well-known relaxing classical themes. The haunting ...

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11/26/2013

SCHOTT MUSIC
English Folk Tunes for Piano

This latest addition to the Schott World Music series presents a collection of beautiful pieces for solo piano drawn from the rich tradition of English folk music.   Experienced author and arranger Barrie Carson Turner provides notes on each of the pieces, explaining their background ...

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11/26/2013

SCHOTT MUSIC
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis

John Casken’s Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis was commissioned to mark the return of the Lindisfarne Gospels to the North East of England, where Casken lives. The book, dating from the 7th century, is one of the finest examples of Anglo-Saxon Northumbrian illuminated manuscript, containing the oldest ...

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11/26/2013

SCHOTT MUSIC
First Duets

This publication brings together a number of easy duets that are ideal for learning to play with others as well as for use in violin lessons.   This collection of pieces from both the Classical and Baroque eras, provide a gentle introduction to playing chamber music.   ...

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11/26/2013

SCHOTT MUSIC
First Steps in Violoncello Playing

Sebastian Lee was born in Hamburg in 1805 and in 1832 made his successful debut at the Théâtre Italien.   In 1836 he gave performances in London and then returned to Paris where he worked as a solo cellist at the Grand Opéra for more than 30 years. This successful performer and teacher ...

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11/15/2013

SCHOTT MUSIC
Classical Highlights for Trumpet and Piano

Classical Highlights presents the best-known and most popular performance pieces of the classical repertoire in arrangements for trumpet and piano.   This comprehensive selection of works enables the musician to access classical masterpieces from Handel and Bach through to Schubert, ...

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11/15/2013

SCHOTT MUSIC
Nietzsche und Wagner

As the series would suggest, such pieces are demanding piano transcriptions of well-known compositions.   This work, by Fazil Say, was written for the bicentenary of Richard Wagner.   I devote one movement of this work to each of the two figures. I have interpreted ...

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Composers News

09/04/2014
Julian Anderson joins Schott
Schott Music is pleased to announce a new exclusive publishing agreement with Julian ... more


08/28/2014
schott aktuell - the journal 5/2014: BALLET TODAY
Welcome to our ballet issue! This autumn sees the première of two major ballet scores by Gavin Bryars ... more


07/30/2014
Gavin Bryars Ensemble Resident at Beckett Festival
The third annual "Happy Days" Samuel Beckett Festival in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland ... more


07/22/2014
Maxwell Davies reflects on time as Master of the Queen's Music
Following the announcement today of Judith Weir as the next Master of the Queen’s Music, Sir Peter ... more