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Frankfurt Music Fair 2011: Sikorski is there for you!

The points of emphasis of our publishing programme - Pedagogy, Music for Children and New Music - are paradigmatically reflected in the new issues at the 2011 Frankfurt Music Fair.

An accompanying CD (SIK 1191 C) is now available for the second volume of the popular and colourfully illustrated piano method "Klavierspielen mit der Maus" (Playing the Piano with the Mouse). It is conceived as a practical aid in orientation for practising and developing one's own concepts of sound. With four-hand pieces, one should first listen to he complete version, and then the primo part is played without accompaniment. The volume without CD (SIK 1191) is still available.

Harald Autenrieth has published a keyboard method entitled "You can. Keyboard spielen einfach & direkt. Für Einsteiger ab 50" (You Can: Playing Keyboard Simply and Easily, for Newcomers from Fifty Onwards) that is intentionally aimed at the older generation and fulfils their repertoire wishes (SIK 1455 und SIK 1456). The motto is having fun, relaxing and switching off from everyday life. Both volumes offer a logical and manageable structure, regularly and clearly arranged learning stages and a clear and detailed teaching of the learning content.

Isaac Dunayevsky's adaptation of Jules Verne's "The Children of Captain Grant" is now available in a version for woodwind quintet and piano by Vladimir Genin (SIK 2412). Verne's magnificent novel is about the adventurous search for a shipwrecked captain in the southern hemisphere of our planet. Genin's congenial chamber adaptation of the work by Dunayevsky is just as full of surprising turns of phrase as the world famous novel.

In addition to that, two famous modern instrumental concertos, the Clarinet Concerto of Mieczyslaw Weinberg (SIK 2408) and the Violoncello Concerto of Benjamin Yusupov (SIK 8601) are now available as scores.

Have a look at the many new issues in our new music series "exempla nova." Study scores have just been issued of the Symphony No. 1 by Lera Auerbach (SIK 8584) and of the orchestral work "Evocazione" by Ulrich Leyendecker (SIK 8689) as well as the Three Poems of Viktor Schnittke for tenor and piano by Alfred Schnittke (SIK 8544) and COMPENSAZIONE: Memory for Piano by Peter Ruzicka (SIK 8683).

The spring edition of our publishers' magazine 2/2011 is also new; in it, we report on a new composer and the most recent events of the first half-year 2011.

Here’s where you’ll find us:
Hall 3.1, Stand D 13

We’ll be seeing you in Frankfurt!


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