Recent Publications and Recordings

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Recent Publications and Recordings


Moulton-Gertig, Suzanne L., American Harp Journal


Please send copies of music and recordings to Dr. Suzanne L. Moulton-Gertig at Lamont School of Music, Newman Center, University of Denver, 2344 E. Iliff Ave., Denver, CO 80208. A photocopy of the recto and verso of the title page and the first page of music, together with a page count; or photocopies of the accompanying packaging for recordings (as well as a photocopy of the CD or cassette itself) may be submitted in lieu of a review copy, if necessary. Corrections from readers are welcomed, since it has not been possible in every case to see a copy of the publication.

As a general principle, all printed music, audio and video recordings issued within the past three years are eligible to be listed here; foreign imprints and recording labels that have only recently been released for distribution in the United States may also be included, although they may bear earlier dates.

BOOKS

Cutler, Sara, and Carolyn Mills.

Lucile Lawrence: a harpist's philosophy.

Salt Lake City, UT: Lyon & Healy West, [c]2012. 37p.

CHAMBER

Brenet, Therese.

Bestiaire: cinq croquis pour recitant, mandoline, harpe celtique et guitare.

Bestiary: five sketches for speaker, mandolin, Celtic harp and guitar.

Lagny Sur Marne: Musik Fabrik, [c]2011.

Score (16p.) and parts (7, 5, 5p.).

Byrnes, Garrett.

Villanelle.

For violin and harp.

Arlington, VA: Musica Cosmopolita, [c]2009.

Score (25p.) and part (10 p.).

Cooman, Carson P.

Quiet Hocket, op. 920.

For horn and harp.

Lagny Sur Marne, France: Musik Fabrik, [c]2011.

2 Scores (4p. each).

Debussy, Claude, 1862-1918.

Sonate.

For flute, viola and harp.

Edited by Peter Jost.

This edition based primarily on the autograph and first edition.

Munchen: G. Henle, [c]2012.

Score (37p.) and 2 parts (9, 9p.).

Doppler, Franz, and Zamara, Antonio.

Fantasia on themes from the opera "Casilda" by Ernest II von Sachsen Coburg Gotha.

For flute and harp.

Edited by Claudio Ferrarini and Floraleda Sacchi.

Bologna: Ut Orpheus Ed., [c]2011.

Score (32p.) and part (12p.).

Foignet, Gabriel.

Sonata no. 1.

For harp and violin.

Edited by Anna Pasetti.

Bologna: Ut Orpheus Ed., [c]2011.

Score (32p.) and part (8p.).

Genin, Paul Agricole.

Fantasia on themes from Verdi's "La Traviata", arr.

For flute and harp.

Transcribed and edited by Claudio Ferrarini and Floraleda Sacchi.

Bologna: Ut Orpheus Ed., [c]2011.

Score (12p.) and part (4p.).

Glass, Philip.

Tissues.

For solo violoncello, harp, organ, celesta and percussion.

Tissues is a set of pieces from the larger work, Naqoyqatsi, written for the film of the same name. This book contains numbers 1, 2, 5, 6 and 7. Each piece is a duo between the cello and one of the other instruments.

London: Dunvagen Music, [c]2012. Set of 5 Scores.

Hartikainen, Jarkko.

Hologramme.

For flute, clarinet, harp, piano and vibraphone/percussion.

Helsinki: Finnish Music Information Centre, [c]2012. Score (26p.) and 5 parts (10, 10, 9, 8, 8p.).

Hoffmann, Ernst Theodor Amadeus.

Quintet in c minor.

For harp and string quartet. AV24.

Edited by Floraleda Sacchi.

Bologna: Ut Orpheus Ed., [c]2011.

Score (56p.) and 4 parts.

Jacqmin, Henry.

Nocturne, op. 6.

For harp and horn (or violin).

Edited by: Anna Pasetti.

Bologna: Ut Orpheus Ed., [c]2011.

Score (20p.) and part (8, 8p.).

Larsen, Libby.

Selected poems of Rainer Maria Rilke.

For soprano, flute, guitar and harp. …

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