What's New for Winter 2017-2018

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Sylvio Lazzari's powerhouse String Quartet in a minor combines elements of Debussy, Cesar Franck and Wagner to create a highly original and individualist work from the late Romantic era, which is sure to make a very strong impression in the concert hall.

Alexander Goedicke's arrangement of Tchaikovsky's The Seasons for Piano Trio is more effective and makes a greater impact than the original for piano alone. These wonderful 12 pieces have never been published as a set, only individually. Our edition presents all of them together for the first time.

What, you're not familiar with the quartets of Franz Krommer (1759-1831)? They were considered the equal of Haydn's by contemporaries. String Quartet in G Major, Op.23 is a good example why. And we offer 22 more which we think you will find appealing.

Paris--the 1920's, The War was over and young people were celebrating like never before. It was the era of that new craze, Le Jazz Hot. And Darius Milhaud was enthralled by it. After visiting Harlem in New York City, the result was his ground breaking work La Creation du Monde for Piano Quintet.

We are able to present the World Premiere Edition of this fine Quartet for Flute, Violin, Cello & Piano by the Danish composer Fini Henriques (1867-1940) thanks to one of our loyal customers who discovered the manuscript languishing in a Copenhagen library.

An evening of sextets has been planned. Of course, one of the Brahms' or perhaps the Dvorak. But then what? How about something new. The String Sextet in b minor by Nicolai von Wilm (1834-1911)  is just the thing with its lovely melodies & no great difficulties. It makes a welcome addition to your sextet library.

Sergei Taneyev (1856-1915), known as the Russian Brahms, not because his music sounds like Johannes but because of his compositional skill. He wrote 9 string quartets but only 6 were published. We are excited to present the World Premiere Edition of his superb String Quartet No.8 in C Major

Rudolf Archduke of Austria and nephew of the chamber music loving Kaiser Franz was also the talented student, friend and financial backer of Beethoven, who oversaw Rudolf's many compositions, including this fine classical era Trio for Clarinet, Cello & Piano in E flat major

Ladies Night Out. We have just published works for Violin & Piano by Amy Beach (1867-1944), Luise Adolpha Le Beau (1850-1927), Amanda Maier (1853-1894, Clara Rogers (1844-1931) & Emilie Mayer. (1812-1883) Click here to find them George Onslow (1839-1916) was ranked by Mendelssohn & Schumann alongside Mozart, Haydn & Beethoven. Known for his string quintets, String Quintet No.15 'The Bullet', is perhaps his best known as it recounts how he was nearly killed in a freak accident during a Hunt in which he was only a spectator.

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