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Nineteenth-century French song: Fauré, Chausson, Duparc, and Debussy.
Indiana University Press, 1980.
Project MUSE ebook (unrestricted).
The April issue of BBC Music Magazine is available to read, in a browser or offline using the Exactly app.
The complete scores [full transcriptions of the recordings].
Experience Hendrix, 2019.
James Weldon Johnson.
Edited with an introduction by Sondra Kathryn Wilson.
Penguin Books, 2000.
I'm no philosopher, but I got thoughts: mini-meditations for saints, sinners, and the rest of us.
Foreword by Ariana Grande.
Harper Celebrate, 2023.
Rebecca Applin Warner.
The musical theatre composer as dramatist: a handbook for collaboration.
Methuen Drama, 2023.
Stars, studios, and the musical theatre screen adaptation: an Oxford handbook of musical theatre screen adaptations, volume 3. Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 2023.
The method: how the twentieth century learned to act.
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2022.
Winner of the 2023 National Book Critics Circle Award for Nonfiction.
Translated from the Russian by Boris Dralyuk.
Deep Vellum Publishing, 2022.
Winner of the 2023 National Book Critics Circle Award for Translation.
Sheet music collection.
Hal Leonard Corporation, 2023.
Musical Theater Songs: an online repertoire guide for singers. We have a free trial. Give it a try and let us know what you think!
Judith Clurman with David Chase.
Eight days of lights.
Hal Leonard, 2019.
Boosey & Hawkes, 2022.
Finally engraved and published in one volume!
Sam Morgan's Jazz Band.
Complete recorded works in transcription.
Edited by John J. Joyce, Jr., Bruce Boyd Raeburn, and Anthony M. Cummings.
A-R Editions, 2012.
An anthology of African and African diaspora songs.
Louise Toppin, editor; Scott Piper, associate editor.
Symphonie Nr. 4 in vier Sätzen: für grosses Orchester und Sopran-Solo.
Edited by Renate Stark-Voit.
Universal Edition, 2021.
With an introduction and critical report in German and English. Mahler revised this work many times over the years. This new edition is rooted in Mahler's final revisions, made following two performances in New York, January 1911.
Edited by Hugh Macdonald.
Complete piano sonatas III.
Edited by Christoph Flamm; including a foreword by Marc-André Hamelin.
Eine Alpensinfonie, op. 64: für Orchester.
Edited by Nick Pfefferkorn.
Breitkopf & Härtel, 2022.
Large conductor's score.
Mega-ditty: for percussion duo.
Oxingale Music, 2011.
Life lines: for two flutes and electronics.
Flutronix Publishing, 2010.
1 score + 2 parts + audio file.
The artist timpanist: technical studies and etudes.
Bachovich Music Publications, 2018.
On the short side: an assortment of miniatures, solo piano.
C.F. Peters Corporation, 2017.
Three studies from Couperin: for chamber orchestra.
Faber Music, 2022.
Star trek, the motion picture: orchestral score.
Omni Music Publishing, 2021.
Full score of the movie soundtrack.
Lyric suite: (sextet) for vibraphone, piano & string quartet.
Subito Music Corporation, 2019.
The master drummer: how to practice, play and think like a pro.
Hudson Music, 2022.
Runner: for large ensemble.
Boosey & Hawkes, 2021.
Gabriela Lena Frank
Five moons of Lorca: for tenor, baritone, and piano.
Text by Nilo Cruz.
G. Schirmer, Inc., 2016.
Set of 3 performance scores.
Bud Powell, Bud.
Bud Powell omnibook: for piano.
Transcribed exactly from his recorded solos.
Hal Leonard, 2021.
We have it both in paper and as an escore.
Gramophone. April 2023. Special 100th anniversary issue. Read it in a browser or using the Exactly app.
Death: for mezzo soprano and piano.
Edition Peters, 2022.
Must the devil have all the good tunes?: concerto for piano and orchestra.
Boosey & Hawkes, 2021.
Вторая симфония: авторская редакция = Symphony no. 2: original version.
Edited by Anna Bulycheva.
The rite of spring at 100.
Edited by Severine Neff, Maureen Carr, and Gretchen Horlacher, with John Reef.
Indiana University Press, 2017.
A theory of musical narrative.
Indiana University Press, 2008.
Samuel Barber: his life and legacy.
University of Illinois Press, 2023.
James R. Cowdery.
How to write about music: the RILM manual of style.
Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale, 2023.
The naked and the dead; & selected letters 1945-1946.
Library of America, 2023.
Translated by Edward G. Seidensticker.
Vintage Books, 1996.
Michael J. Pagliaro.
The double bass, how it works: a practical guide to double bass ownership.
Rowman & Littlefield, 2023.
New web resource!
"Art song transpositions: art songs, opera arias, choral arias, and musical theatre selections in any key."
Vanity fair: a novel without a hero.
Edited with an introduction by John Sutherland.
Oxford University Press, 1998.
A personal matter.
Translated from the Japanese by John Nathan
New York Grove Press 1969.
An anthology of piano music for the left hand alone.
compiled and edited by Ruby Morgan.
Carl Fischer, 2021.
Pedro Calderón de la Barca
Life's a dream: a prose translation and critical introduction by Michael Kidd.
University Press of Colorado, 2004.
Draw a straight line and follow it: the music and mysticism of La Monte Young.
Oxford University Press, 2011.
Unrestricted Oxford ebook.
The April 2023 issue of "The Musical Times" is available to read in a browser; or on your phone or tablet using the Exactly app.
Merri Sugarman and Tracy Moss.
From craft to career: a casting director's guide for the actor Merri Sugarman with Tracy Moss.
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2023.
How music works.
Three Rivers Press, 2017.
Harmonic experience: tonal harmony from its natural origins to its modern expression.
Inner Traditions, 1997.
J. Murray Barbour.
Tuning and temperament: a historical survey.
Dover Publications, 2004.
Gabriel García Márquez.
One hundred years of solitude.
Blackstone Publishing, 2022.
Now available in hardcover and as an Ebsco ebook.
Contents: Wagner's alter ego / John Deathridge -- Wagner's Lohengrin: between grand opéra and Musikdrama / Thomas S. Grey -- History, women's history and beyond history in Lohengrin / Janet L. Nelson -- Lohengrin in Brabant /Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm -- Thematic guide -- Lohengrin [libretto ; English translation by Amanda Holden].
Alma Books, 2011.
Adapted from the Opera Journeys lecture series by Burton D. Fisher.
Contents: Story synopsis -- Principal characters in the opera -- Story narrative with music highlights -- Wagner and Lohengrin.
Opera Journeys, 2000.