Thursday, 31 January 2013

New Sheet Music This Week 30th Jan 2013

There has been a good number of new publications over the last two weeks, here are the highlights.

For piano:
Howard Goodall's Inspired, a collection of his most popular tunes and TV themes for solo piano.
15 Classical Piano Works, famous pieces for intermediate piano
21 Classical Piano Works, easier pieces for pianists
Chopin's Studies Op 10 and 25 in one volume


For choir, Howard Goodall's Oratorio Every Purpose Under Heaven
A bumper collection of 50 Hymns for choir

For Voice:
Red Hot Song Library - Folk Songs
36 Arias in Antique Style for high or low voice
Schumann's Liederkreis (Song Cycle) Op 24
The Language of Folk - two volumes covering easy to more advanced songs

For violin we have two new editions of Vivaldi Sonatas:
Sonata RV810 and Sonatas RV815 and 816

For Concert Band we have lots of new music:
A Verdi Salute, his most popular opera tunes in this anniversary year.
Caribbean Cocktail, easy caribbean tunes for young concert band
Cyclone by Michael Oare
Ferris Wheel Rock by Van Calster
Gangnam Style for young concert band
La Bamba for concert band
Jan de Haan's Psaltrada
Bert Appermont's Return of the Vikings
Eric Whitacre's Sleep my Child
Andre Weignein's Stepping Stone
Tallis' Canon arranged for easy concert band
The Ultimate 80s Party Hits for concert band

For brass band, try the Red Dwarf theme.

For the factoid geeks, we have the Pocket Dictionary of Composers and Lyricists

And finally, The Pink Panther arranged for string quartet!



Friday, 11 January 2013

New Sheet Music 11th January 2013

I make no apologies for starting with one of the hottest tunes of the moment: Skyfall.  In addition to the standard sheet music published earlier, which is for voice and piano, we now have the same version with singalong CD, Soundtrack Selections for solo piano, and now an arrangement for string orchestra. They're not in stock at the moment, but will be soon.

Turning to other instruments, some new music from December:

A Special Case - new music for tenor horn by Jim Parker (of Midsomer Murders fame)

Jazz Fx and Great Winners - new music for oboe

I Feel Good and Big Chillers for saxophone

For those who love music theory, the 2012 exam papers have just been published, you can find them all in this section.

I have been adding the Really Easy Piano series to the website, not quite finished yet but all the most recent and bestselling titles are there, just type really easy piano into the search box.

Moving on to group music, for brass band we have Simon Dobson's A Symphony of Colours.

For string quartet, Lennon/McCartney's Come Together, for string orchestra we have  James Curnow' Japanese Folk Fantasy, also his Sagebrush and music from the Disney film Brave.  

Finally, for beginner concert band we have Louis Armstrong's What a Wonderful World.