Home page
Composer | Editor | Group | Instrumentation | Series |
pixel
pixel  Click the blue links for more information Click the image to order pixel
pixel

Sui · Gong
pixel
pixelMing Wang
Sui · Gong
The two-word title of Ming Wang’s recent composition points to the early Sui dynasty of China (581–618 CE) and its imperial court (Gong). The work is based on a touching piece of old Chinese music which, in a series of short picturesque scenes, tells a tale of yearning, love and passion within the Sui court’s harem. The pure pentatonicism of the part assigned to the medieval flute contrasts strongly with the total chromaticism and great virtuosity of the extremely complicated part for modern flutes, creating a striking balance between simplicity and complexity, nostalgia and modernity. The piece is dedicated to Walter Auer, principal flautist of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, and his wife Julia.
    Read more
Composer: Ming Wang
Publication date:  September 2019
Instruments: Flute (piccolo, alto) and medieval flute
Format: Playing score
Duration: c.10'
Pages: vi/13
ISMN: 979 0 708146 91 9 
Code: HH480.FSC
Price: £14.00               more information

              More information

Notenbeispiel Music example (pdf)
Contemporary
Ming
Ming



Six Concertos, Op. 21, Vol. 1
pixel
pixelJoseph Bodin de Boismortier
Boismortier’s Six Concerto pour les Flutes-Traversieres, Violons, ou Haubois; avec la Baße, Op. 21 were published in early 1728. They constitute the second set of concertos to be composed by a Frenchman, the first being the same composer’s VI Concertos pour 5 Flûtes-Traversieres ou autres Instrumens sans Baße Op. 15, which had appeared just the year before. While both sets demonstrate how Boismortier was able to refashion the Italian concerto for a minimum of instrumental resources, the brilliant Op. 21 concertos are much more Italianate in style. This is due not so much to their consistent fast-slow-fast movement scheme and a more extensive use of ritornello-da capo form, as to the character of their thematic material and its subsequent development. Read more
Composer: Joseph Bodin de Boismortier
Publication date:  September 2019
Instrument: Flute, violin, ripieno and basso continuo
Format: Full score and parts
Duration: 3 x c.10'
Series: Baroque
Pages: xii/45 + 2 x 16 + 2 x 12
ISMN: 979 0 708146 73 6 
ISBN: 978 0 708146 70 9 
Code: HH474.FSP
Price: £36.00               More information

Notenbeispiel Music example Concerto 1 (pdf)
Notenbeispiel Music example Concerto 2 (pdf)
Notenbeispiel Music example Concerto 3 (pdf)
ed. Michael Elphinstone
Sheeles



The Little Ballerina is included in the Grade 6 Piano syllabus of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music
The Little Ballerina / Nocturne
pixel
pixelChristian Hartmann
Den lille danserinnen (‘The Little Ballerina’) evokes a charming, gracious, light-footed dancer, while Nocturne makes the piano sing in the romantic tradition. Both these delightful short pieces would be ideal encores!
Composer: Christian Hartmannn
Publication date:  April 2016
Instruments: Piano
Format: Performing score
Duration: c.4'
Pages: iii/4
ISMN: 979 0 708146 15 5 
Code: HH398.SOL
Price: £7.95               More information

Notenbeispiel Music example (pdf)
Contemporary
"I love these two little pieces, and I am sure many late intermediate players will enjoy them equally."
Read Andrew Eales's review in Pianodao
A Highwire Act


.
Catalogue pixel
pixelList of works published and in press
You can download the current catalogue (pdf) by clicking the cover on the right.
Autumn 2019
Catalogue 2018
Facebook