To celebrate a few exciting new releases, this month, our website
That's 10% off ALL of our scores for keyboard: whether you play piano, organ, harpischord, synthesizer, accordion, celeste, or melodica, we've got something for you!
Just click on your shopping cart and type in KEYS
to receive your discount from now until June 30.
Franz Liszt's Années de pèlerinage and Trois Morceaux suisses
in a new Urtext edition from pianist and scholar Leslie Howard, who has himself personally recorded literally every piece of surviving piano music composed or arranged by history's greatest keyboard virtuoso. Gorgeously engraved, with complete with introduction, copious endnotes, and even black and white facsimile reproductions of the original frontispieces, Howard's latest Liszt edition is the definitive edition of these Alpine excursions.
Another Urtext edition we're pleased to add to our sales catalogue comes from our Russian friends at Muzyka, who have published a piano score of Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition
that also includes the complete workin a full-color facsimile of the original manuscript--one of the best-loved classical works of all time, in an extraordinarily revealing edition.
From our own outstanding roster of living American composers, we are also able to offer a pair of whimsical new masterpieces. George Crumb, many years after the composition of his last major cycle for the instrument, has made a triumphant return to the keyboard with his Metamorphoses: Book I
for amplified piano.
But why settle for one piano when you can play two? For that matter, why settle for one pianist when you can compose for a whole quartet of them? David Rakowski explores the fullest possibilities of the instrument in a new work for two pianos, eight hands, entitled (wait for it...) Eighters Gonna Eight
And this month only, they're 10% off with the coupon code KEYS
--along with every other keyboard piece in our distribution catalogue