1. Liedtranskriptionen

    Robert Schumann


  2. Tango

    Alfred Schnittke


  3. Gesamtkatalog 2021

    Edition Butorac

    Gesamtkatalog 2021

  4. 2 Kadenzen zum Beethoven Violinkonzert

    Henri Vieuxtemps

    2 Kadenzen zum Beethoven Violinkonzert

    Two cadenzas WoO1 and WoO2 for the 1st movement of the Violin Concerto by Ludwig van Beethoven with string quartet and timpani accompaniment

    FIRST PRINT, Urtext Edition prepared by MARTIN WULFHORST with a practical solo part preparation by YURY REVICH. A manuscript found in Doblinger’s archives proved a sensation: a cadenza to Beethoven’s violin concerto could be proven to be an early version of a further, also hitherto unpublished, cadenza by Henri Vieuxtemps. The special feature of b...
  5. A Stanford Organ Album

    Charles Villiers Stanford / John Scott Whiteley

    A Stanford Organ Album

    A collection for organ of 20 varied and attractive pieces by Stanford, containing a mixture of original compositions and new arrangements. The pieces can be used equally as church voluntaries or recital repertoire. ...
  6. The Oxford Book of Upper-Voice Polyphony

    Mark Keane

    The Oxford Book of Upper-Voice Polyphony

    The Oxford Book of Upper-Voice Polyphony is a collection of carefully curated and edited Renaissance works. Scholarly yet practical, this volume is an invaluable addition to the library of any choir looking to explore this rich genre in liturgical or concert settings....
  7. Musik Agenda 2021/2022
  8. Fantasie nach dem Adagio aus Anton Bruckners siebter Symphonie
  9. 24 Capricen op. 22

    Pierre Rode

    24 Capricen op. 22

  10. Fiducie

    Ad Wammes


    for organ solo

    Fiducie, which can be translated as 'Faith', voices the vitality of Rotterdam, as witnessed in the recovered hope of the inhabitants after the bombardment of 14 May 1940. Ostinato patterns and energetic syncopations drive the music boisterously to its sonorous conclusion. ...
  11. Toccatina

    Ad Wammes


    for organ solo

    The syncopated Toccatina is influenced by pop music as well as the music of South America, while the use of repeated notes is derived from Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck. The piece will be effective on any size of instrument, providing a joyous lift at the end of a service or in a recital....