Guest email@example.com Posted April 12, 2006 Share Posted April 12, 2006 On the inside of something else I got out recently are a tantalising few bars from each of four movements from Alec Rowley's Rustic Suite. I've enjoyed some Alec Rowley works very much in the past and instantly fell in love with these tiny fragments. Has anyone 'out there' got a copy of the score? It's long out of print, of course. Frankly, so much worthwhile music is these days. I would happily reimburse any expense involved and could supply other out-of-print music in exchange - I reckon to have quite a decent library of long lost repertoire. Obviously a reply off list would save pages here, or we can talk about other items we're all currently searching for. It took me years (for instance) to get an original copy of Langlais' Fete, ditto Homage to Perotin by Myron Roberts. Other items I'm currently searching for: Four Pieces by Joseph Haas (actually nos 5-8, being the second volume of a set) - he was a pupil of Reger and a very good one, to judge from nos 1-4. The Scherzo (nicknamed 'La Chasse') that used to be part of Widor's First Symphony and was later removed to make way for the Marche Pontificale. Anyone able to help? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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