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Alexander Technique for Musicians
A unique guide for all musicians, providing a practical, informative approach to being a successful and comfortable performer.
A facsimile of Beethoven's Hochzeitslied für Anna Giannatasio del Rio.
Catalogue Part 1: European Wind Instruments
A catalogue of European Wind Instruments in the Museum Collection
Catalogue Part 1a: European Wind Instruments Addenda
Addenda to the catalogue of European Wind Instruments in the Museum Collection
Catalogue Part II: Keyboard Instruments
A catalogue of Keyboard Instruments in the Museum Collection
Catalogue Part III: European Stringed Instruments
A catalogue of European String Instruments in the Museum Collection
This publication highlights some of the exceptional items from the RCM collections, which can be seen by visitors to the RCM Museum of Music and Library.
Elgar: Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra
Facsimile of the manuscript full score of 1919 (RCM MS 4229)
Howells: A Spotless Rose
Facsimile of the autograph manuscript of Howells’ famous carol-anthem written in 1919 (RCM MS 7377)
Hummel: A Complete Theoretical and Practical Course of Instructions
The Art of Playing the Piano-Forte, Part III. Reprint of the English edition published by T. Boosey & Co., from a copy in the RCM Library.
Parry: I Was Glad
Facsimile of the autograph manuscript of Parry’s 1902 coronation anthem for King Edward VII, as revised for King George V in 1911. (RCM MS 4255)
Facsimile of the 1916 autograph manuscript of Parry’s orchestral version of Jerusalem (And did those feet in ancient time). (RCM MS 4215)
Tributes to Vaughan Williams: 50 years on
56 page magazine plus preface by Professor Colin Lawson.