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Te Deum (1886 revision)

Te Deum (1886 revision)

by Anton Bruckner ; Josef Schalk (arranger)

Unlike so many of his symphonies, Bruckner's Te Deum was an unqualified success from the very first. The composer even referred to the piece as "the pride of my life." The vocal score prepared by Bruckner's friend Josef Schalk and first published by C.F. Peters is offered here in a digitally enhanced reissue featuring measure numbers, contents, and instrumentation. Compatible with the widely available public domain orchestral from Kalmus, Luck's and elsewhere.

8.27 x 11.69 inches, 44 pages.
Original... Read more
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$6.95
Te Deum, Op. 22 / H 118

Te Deum, Op. 22 / H 118

by Hector Berlioz ; Charles Malherbe (editor) ; Felix Weingartner (editor)

Completed in 1849, the "Te Deum", like the earlier and more famous "Grande Messe des Morts", is one of Berlioz's self-described "architectural" works. While the orchestral forces required are nowhere near as massive as huge as those for the Requiem, the work does call for a pipe organ which can compete on equal terms with the rest of the orchestra. It lasts approximately fifty minutes and derives its text from the traditional Latin Te Deum, although Berlioz made some changes to word order for dramatic... Read more
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$14.95
Pelleas et Melisande, CD 93 / L 88

Pelleas et Melisande, CD 93 / L 88

by Claude Debussy

Debussy's sole completed opera was given its premiere at Paris' Opera Comique on April 30, 1902. It was the culmination of an eight-year effort on the composer's part. Though not an immediate sensation like Puccini's "Madame Butterfly" two years later in Milan, the five-act lyric drama, after the identically titled play by Maeterlinck, enjoyed a successful run in the first two decades of the 20th century. Debussy's masterpiece of orchestral color is presented in a new, digitally-enhanced reprint of the... Read more
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$29.95
Die Welt auf dem Monde

Die Welt auf dem Monde

by Haydn. Mark Lothar

Haydn. Mark Lothar.
A rare edition of a little known opera. No other copy of this edition and clever arrangement to be found at present on internet searches.
Die Welt auf dem Monde.
Comic opera in 2 acts.
1932.
Edition Adler Berlin.
243 pages.
Back slightly stained and a few chips to side. Bumped at bottom right.
Front slight wear and a few chips.
Slight spine fraying.
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£120.00
La Damnation de Faust, Op. 24 / H 111

La Damnation de Faust, Op. 24 / H 111

by Hector Berlioz ; Charles Malherbe (editor) ; Felix Weingartner (editor)

Berlioz composed his tremendous "Legende dramatique" in 1845-46, largely creating his own libretto after Gerard de Nerval's French translation of the famous Faust story by Goethe. The composer produced the dramatic oratorio at his own expense for the premiere on December 6, 1846 at Paris' Opera-Comique. Despite critical acclaim, the performance was not well-attended - a major financial setback for the composer. This new study score is a digitally-enhanced reprint of the score issued in 1901 by Breitkopf... Read more
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$24.95
Requiem, Op.148

Requiem, Op.148

by Robert Schumann ; Karel Torvik (editor)

Though it was composed in 1852, the Requiem wasn't published until a decade after the composer's death in 1856. This newly engraved vocal score is based upon the one prepared by Schumann himself that was first issued in conjunction with the Schumann complete works in the 1880s, supervised by his widow Clara and good friend Johannes Brahms. Includes contents page with instrumentation, measure numbers, rehearsal system.

8.27 x 11.69 inches, 52 pages.
Edwardsville: Serenissima Music, 2007. Plate 19153
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$9.95
BEAUTIFUL OHIO

BEAUTIFUL OHIO

by MARY EARL

BEAUTIFUL OHIO.
MARY EARL.
B. FELDMAN AND CO.
1918.
6 PAGES.
TEAR TO TOP AND RIGHT SIDE.
FORMER OWNERS SIGNATURE OF FRONT.
36 X 26 CMS.
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£15.00
Te Deum, K.141/66b

Te Deum, K.141/66b

by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ; Franz Xaver Gleichauf (arranger) ; Karel Torvik (editor)

Newly engraved and revised edition of Gleichauf's classic vocal score. Composed in in Salzburg in 1769, Mozart modeled this youthful work closely on a similar one by Michael Haydn (for which reason its authenticity had long been questioned). Mozart's piece divides the lengthy liturgical text into three contrasting sections, including a final rousing double fugue. Musicologist Alfred Einstein described the work as "sure in construction, thrilling in its choral declamation, and having a certain rustic... Read more
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$5.95
Mademoiselles de Paris.

Mademoiselles de Paris.

by Paul Durand.Henri Contet

Mademoiselles de Paris.
From the film Scandale aux Champs Elysees.
Music Paul Durand.
Words Henri Contet.
editions Continental Paris.
1948.
Pictures of stars on front including Jacqueline and François André Claveau.
4 pages.
27 x 17.5 cms
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£14.00
Cigareetes, Whusky, and Wild, Wild Women.

Cigareetes, Whusky, and Wild, Wild Women.

by Tim Spencer

Cigareetes, Whusky, and Wild, Wild Women.
Words and music Tim Spencer.
Chappell and Co London.
1947.
4 pages.
slight tear to top left.
28 x 21.5 cms
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£8.00
Das Himmel lacht, die Erde jubilieret, BWV 31

Das Himmel lacht, die Erde jubilieret, BWV 31

by Johann Sebastian Bach ; Gustav Rösler (arranger) ; Wilhelm Rust (editor)

Composed for an Easter Sunday performance in 1715 during Bach's tenure as court composer at Weimar, this cantata has long been a favorite among the more than 250 he wrote. Unabridged electronically enhanced reissue of the vocal score first published by C. F. Peters in ca. 1880.

9 x 12 inches, 32 pages.
Original issue - Leipzig: C.F. Peters, n.d.(ca.1880). Plate 6464
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$9.95
Mass in C, K. 317 (Coronation Mass)

Mass in C, K. 317 (Coronation Mass)

by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ; Otto Taubmann (arranger) ; Karel Torvik (editor)

A newly engraved and revised edition of Otto Taubmann's classic vocal score first issued by Breitkopf und Hartel in the early 20th century. Taubmann's vocal score is the standard edition of Mozart's Coronation Mass that has been in continuous use by performers for nearly a century, now made even more useful with a clean, updated engraving. Compatible with the widely available public domain orchestra score and parts reprinted by Kalmus and with performance material from the Neue Mozart Ausgabe.

Kyrie... Read more
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$9.95
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248

Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248

by Johann Sebastian Bach ; Gustav Rösler (arranger)

This new vocal score is a digitally enhanced reprint of the one fist issued by C.F. Peters, Leipzig in the late 19th century, based upon the Bach Gesellschaft edition with the classic keyboard reduction by Gustav Rosler. With added measure numbers and in a large, easy-to-read A4 size, choruses and students of Bach's music will appreciate having this authoritative score in their libraries.
8.27 x 11.69 inches, 168 pages.
Original issue - Leipzig: C.F. Peters, n.d.(ca.1895). Plate 8795
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$14.95
Missa Solemnis, Op. 123

Missa Solemnis, Op. 123

by Ludwig van Beethoven ; Salomon Jadassohn (arranger)

In April 1819, Beethoven's patron (and pupil) Archduke Rudolph was elected a cardinal, and in June he was further elevated to Archbishop. The date of his formal installation was set for March 9, 1820. As Beethoven’s interest in church music had developed and deepened, he felt that this event presented the perfect occasion to express his appreciation for the Archduke’s benevolence by writing a composition. In a letter to the Archduke, Beethoven wrote, "The day on which a High Mass composed by me will... Read more
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$11.95
MESSALINA.

MESSALINA.

by ISIDORE DE LARA

MESSALINA.
ISIDORE DE LARA.
CHOUDENS 1899 PARIS and USA.
2400 GRAMS.
PLEASE CHECK SHIPPING COSTS AS THIS BOOK IS HEAVY.
32 x 26 cms 316 PAGES.
Lyric tragedy in four acts and five scenes by Armand Silvestre and Eugene Morand. Transcription for voice and piano Louis Narici. Paris, Choudens. Work dedicated to Princess Alice of Monaco and represented for the first time in the Theater of the Principality of Monaco March 21, 1899. Dark green leather binding 316 pages.
Front piece plate by Richard Barabandy... Read more
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£100.00
Messe Solennelle de Ste. Cecile

Messe Solennelle de Ste. Cecile

by Charles Gounod ; Joseph Barnby (arranger)

In Paris on Nov. 22, 1855, the "Solemn Mass of St. Cecilia" was first performed in its entirety. The Sanctus and Benedictus movements were highly acclaimed when performed in London four and a half years before. It was the custom to celebrate the feast of St. Cecilia, the patron Saint of music, with the production of new compositions in the Eglise de St. Eustache. Gounod dedicated his mass to the memory of his father-in-law Zimmermann, former professor of the Conservatory, who had died Oct. 29, 1853.... Read more
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$9.95
Notenbudlein fur Anna Magdalena Bach (Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach

Notenbudlein fur Anna Magdalena Bach (Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach

by Bach,Johann Sebastian

1900. Notenbudlein fur Anna Magdalena Bach (Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach by Johann Sebastian Bach, A collection of the easiest pieces selected and edited by Franz Ludwig for Piano, paperback, not dated, front cover loose, 24 pages, Schott & Co.,
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$3.20
Mass in D, Op.86 / B.153

Mass in D, Op.86 / B.153

by Antonin Dvorak ; Berthold Tours (arranger)

Originally composed in 1887 for soli, chorus and organ, Dvorak expanded this outstanding work in 1892 for a London concert featuring a large choir and full orchestra. The premiere was given on March 11, 1893. This vocal score is a digitally-enhanced reproduction of the arrangement by Berthold Tours first issued by Novello, Ewer, & Co. in 1893. Now with measure numbers at the beginning of each system. A practical performance edition designed to make the chorus member's job easier.
Original issue - London:... Read more
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$9.95
Missa Brevis in D, K. 194 (186h)

Missa Brevis in D, K. 194 (186h)

by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ; Georg Trexler (arranger) ; Karel Torvik (editor)

This newly engraved vocal score for Mozart's popular youthful Mass has been carefully edited, complete with measure numbers, using Trexler's classic keyboard arrangement as a starting point. It is compatible with the orchestral material issued by both Kalmus and Breitkopf and with that of the Neue Mozart Ausgabe. The large A4 format is especially helpful for choruses, vocalists and accompanists.

Kyrie
Gloria
Credo
Sanctus
Benedictus
Agnus Dei

8.27 x 11.69 inches, 44 pages.
Edwardsville:... Read more
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$9.95
Requiem in D minor, WAB 39

Requiem in D minor, WAB 39

by Anton Bruckner ; Robert Haas (editor)

Composed in 1849 in memory of Bruckner's friend Franz Sailer, the Requiem in D minor was the composer's first large scale work. The premiere was given at the St. Florian Abbey in Linz on September 15, 1849 under Bruckner's direction. This new study score is a digitally-enhanced reissue of the edition prepared by Robert Haas in the years following the first world war and issued by the Musikwissenschaftlicher Verlag.

8.25 x 11 inches, 60 pages.
Original issue - Leipzig: Musikwissenschaftlicher Verlag,... Read more
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$11.95
Cantata No. 79: Gott, der Herr, ist Sonn' und Schild, BWV 79

Cantata No. 79: Gott, der Herr, ist Sonn' und Schild, BWV 79

by Johann Sebastian Bach ; Berhard Todt (arranger) ; Wilhelm Rust (editor)

Composed for Reformation Day (October 31) in 1725, this cantata was re-scored for a performance given five years later. With its colorful orchestration and musical allusions to Luther's nailing of the 98 theses to the back door of the Schlosskirche in Wittenberg, the cantata has remained a popular one ever since its first publication in 1870.
This new vocal score is a digitally restored reprint of the one first issued in the early 20th century by G. Schirmer, New York, with Henry Sandwith Drinker's... Read more
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$7.95
Requiem, K. 626

Requiem, K. 626

by Wolgang Amadeus Mozart ; Franz Xaver Sussmayr (arranger) ; Friedrich Brissler (arranger)

This is a new, digitally enhanced reissue of the classic vocal score prepared by Friedrich Brissler and issued by C.F. Peters of Leipzig around 1880. Brissler's vocal score was arranged from the well-known completion of Mozart's unfinished masterpiece done by his student Franz Xaver Süssmayr in 1792 at the request of Mozart's widow Constanze. Includes contents, instrumentation, and an English translation of the latin text in the frontmatter. Altyhough it was first published in oblong format by Peters as... Read more
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$9.95
St. Paul, Op.36

St. Paul, Op.36

by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy ; August Horn (arranger) ; Alfred Dorffel (editor)

Mendelssohn's first great excursion into the genre of oratorio was first performed in 1836 in Düsseldorf at a festival. Set to a libretto by Julius Schubring based on the Bible, it soon gained considerable popularity in England, which resulted in his famous second oratorio, Elijah. The definitive vocal score reprinted here, edited by the German musicologist Alfred Dörffel, with a piano reduction prepared by the composer's student August Horn, features both the original German and the subsequent English... Read more
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$14.95
The Music Makers, Op. 69

The Music Makers, Op. 69

by Edward Elgar

This 35-minute work is sometimes thought of as Elgar's answer to his contemporary Richard Strauss' tone poem Ein Heldenleben. It was given its premiere at the Birmingham Music Festival on Oct. 1, 1912 with the composer at the podium. Elgar quotes extensively from his own previous works throughout. This new vocal score is an unabridged digitally-enhanced reprint of the one issued by Novello & Co., Ltd. in 1912, enlarged to a more readable A4 size. A welcome addition for Elgar enthusiasts, alto soloists,... Read more
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$11.95
200th Performance of "Spangles" | A Souvenir of Miss Ada Reeve and her "Spangles" Company

200th Performance of "Spangles" | A Souvenir of Miss Ada Reeve and her "Spangles" Company

by [PALACE THEATRE MELBOURNE]

Melbourne: Palace Theatre, 1922. First Edition. A memento of the first theatrical production to run for two hundred consecutive performances in Melbourne. Souvenir programme: Thursday, October 5th, 1922. Ada Reeve (3 March 1874 - 5 October 1966) was born in London, beginning her career on the stage and screen when she was only four years old. Ten years later, after a serious decline in the health of her father, Charles Reeves née Samuel Isaacs, the family relied upon Ada for financial support.... Read more
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AU$285.00