This is the full transcription of an article on the Bohemian Brothers from 1828 that is referenced in the Return With Us Now / Featured Facsimile article I wrote for Soundboard Vol. XXXVII, No. 1.
I am very happy to announce that the third volume of the Mertz Opern-Revue facsimile series is now available to order. The book may be ordered at the Digital Guitar Archive online store. Volumes 4 and 5 of the Opern-Revue are currently in production. Announcements will be made once they Read more…
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Mel Bay is now managing distribution of all DGA Editions books. Our books will still be available through our online store along with any related digital music downloads, but you may order directly from Mel Bay or have your favorite music store order through Mel Bay. Our complete catalog of Read more…
I am very happy to announce that I will be publishing the recently discovered Concertinos by Padovec edited by Stefan Hackl. Darko Petrinjak recently performed both Concertinos on April 16th and will be assisting with the editions. The editions include text by Stefan, full score and removable parts.
I am pleased to announce the Bobrowicz Volume II started shipping April 15. You may order online here. There are some slight delays to the Mertz Op.32 printing, but it should be shipping before the end of April.
J. N. de Bobrowicz Selected Works Volume II and J. K. Mertz Divertissement über Motive der Oper: Der Prophet (Meyerbeer), Op.32 have gone to the printers and will be shipping on April 15.
Thank you all so much for helping to test the digital downloads through the online store. I have enough information now to help direct future digital edition projects. I have updated the Regondi file with some interesting information and moved the file to its catalog entry shown on the left Read more…
Simona Boni just forwarded to me information on an international guitar meeting to be held in Modena, Italy on March 1, 2008. PDF files in English and Italian contain more details.
Michael Sieberichs-Nau pointed out to me today that the Hofmeister XIX website has become public again. It is a database of the monthly music-in-print catalogue Hofmeister Monatsberichte published 1829-1900. According to the site the database contains about 400,000 records. Hofmeister XIX