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Tuesday, February 24, 2015 1:40:35 PM America/Chicago

A-R Editions is now offering music available to print online--digital print! You can purchase digital scores and then print them from your online library within the A-R website. Digital print products are reasonably priced, and printing is unlimited. This option is currently available only for our choral and keyboard music, but all our repertoire will be available soon. 

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About A-R Editions

Monday, March 23, 2015 1:53:14 PM America/Chicago

A-R Editions is the leading North American publisher of scholarly editions of music. We publish classical music, books related to various aspects of music study, and an online music anthology. We are also the exclusive distributor for the American Institute of Musicology.

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cover imageLeipzig’s churches have a long and distinguished tradition of music-making. According to most accounts, sacred music in Leipzig reached its zenith in the years after 1723, when Johann Sebastian Bach became cantor at the Thomasschule. Less well known are the musical achievements of Bach’s predecessors as Thomaskantor: Sebastian Knüpfer, Johann Schelle, and Johann Kuhnau. One reason that the compositions of Bach’s Leipzig predecessors remain little known is that only a small portion of them survive. By the 1720s such pieces were considered old-fashioned, and most manuscripts were destroyed. Hence church music from late-seventeenth-century Leipzig survives not in the city’s libraries but in other collections. One such location is the Bodleian Library in Oxford, which holds the music manuscripts collected by the English apothecary James Sherard (1666–1738). Sherard’s collection includes eight compositions by Leipzig cantors, five of which survive nowhere else. These eight works are now available in Leipzig Church Music from the Sherard Collection (Y2-020).

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New Publication: Balinese Shadow Play Music

Thursday, April 23, 2015 12:34:23 PM America/Chicago

OT012Gender Wayang Music of Bapak I Wayan Loceng from Sukawati, Bali
A Musical Biography, Musical Ethnography, and Critical Edition

Edited by Brita Renée Heimarck

This edition documents nine compositions from the esteemed Balinese gender wayang or shadow play repertoire. The music documented derives from the musical mastery of Bapak I Wayan Loceng (1926–2006), arguably the most renowned gender wayang expert in Bali, who lived in the village of Sukawati. This edition will introduce the reader to pertinent scholarly perspectives, offer biographical information pertaining to Bapak I Wayan Loceng, delineate the cultural concepts and contexts for performance and background of the shadow play tradition in Bali, and clarify key aspects of the music itself.

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New Publication: Music from the Paris Conservatoire

Monday, May 11, 2015 2:04:41 PM America/Chicago

New contest and concert pieces for woodwinds and brass now available!

Music from the Paris Conservatoire
Edited by James R. Briscoe

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  • Works by the great teachers at the Paris Conservatoire in the 19th and early 20th centuries: Debussy, Fauré, Pierné, Saint-Saëns, Taffanel, Widor, and others.
  • Essential repertory pieces along with hard-to-find works in new, corrected editions.
  • An invaluable source of recital and jury repertoire for instrumental studios.
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New Publication: Complete Anthems by John Goss

Tuesday, August 11, 2015 9:48:50 AM America/Chicago

John Goss: Complete Anthems
Edited by Iain Quin

This edition of the anthems of John Goss (1800–1880) includes a large number of works that have been unavailable beyond their initial nineteenth-century printing. The anthems range from short works in hymnbook format to expansive anthems in choral score frequently employing verse and solo sections. Today his works afford performers fine setting of texts that are easily applicable to liturgies of our own time, whether large or small, across multiple denominations.
 
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New Publication: Complete Madrigals, Part 2 by Giovanni Maria Nanino

Wednesday, August 19, 2015 10:18:33 AM America/Chicago

Giovanni Maria Nanino: Complete Madrigals, Part 2
Edited by Christina Boenicke and Anthony Newcomb

Giovanni Maria Nanino (1543/44–1607) was one of the most important musicians of late-sixteenth-century Rome. It is especially in the madrigal that one can admire Nanino’s ability to bring together traditional stylistic elements of the mid-century madrigal with elements of the modern styles of the early seicento. This volume includes the book of madrigals published in 1581 with Annibale Stabile, together with those madrigals by Nanino published only in anthologies in the years 1574–86.

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New Publication: Vespers for the Feast of the Assumption by Nicola Porpora

Friday, August 28, 2015 3:40:58 PM America/Chicago

Nicola Porpora: Vespers for the Feast of the Assumption Cover Image
A Reconstruction of the 1744 Service at the Ospedaletto in Venice

Edited by Kurt Markstrom

This edition recreates Porpora's vespers music for the feast of the Assumption in 1744 at the Ospedaletto in Venice by bringing together his settings of the five psalms of the Marian cursus and the Magnificat canticle, along with two settings of the Marian antiphon Salve Regina. Its scoring for an all-female choir consisting of divided sopranos and altos—the typical choral forces employed in the ospedali at this time—makes it a rare specimen of liturgical music composed expressly for the Venetian figliole.

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Featured Publication: Manuel García’s Un avvertimento ai gelosi (ed. Teresa Radomski)

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Manuel del Pópulo Vicente Rodríguez García (b. 1775, Seville; d. 1832, Paris) is widely recognized as one of opera history’s greatest tenors. Although his place in history has been secured by his renown as a performer and teacher, he was also an extremely prolific composer; his five chamber operas, composed in 1830–31, effectively illustrate the ample artistic requirements of early nineteenth-century singers. Un avvertimento ai gelosi, a one-act farsa giocosa with a small cast and piano accompaniment, was composed as a teaching piece for García’s students and features a humorous plot, charming arias, virtuosic fireworks, and a wide variety of dazzling ensembles that will still delight today’s singers and audiences.

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New Publication: Pueri concinite by Johann Herbeck

Monday, September 28, 2015 3:09:40 PM America/Chicago

Johann Herbeck: Pueri concinite
A Christmas Song for Tenor, SATB Chorus,
Two Horns, and String Orchestra

Edited by William E. Hettrick

“Pueri concinite” has proved to be Herbeck’s best-known and best-loved work. This edition is the first to present the piece in its original orchestration with complete scholarly apparatus and choral score included.
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