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Author Topic: Gliere 25 Preludes op. 30  (Read 851 times)
williampiano
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« on: August 16, 2011, 10:44:34 PM »

Does any one know where I can find a book with all 25 preludes op. 30 by Reinhold Gliere? I know you can print them all for free on IMSLP, but I'm going to play one of them in a competition where the judges need a copy from an actual book (they do not accept music printed from the internet because they won't know if it is urtext or not.) I tried calling Burt's Music in Print and they could not find it, so if any of you know any websites or companies I could get this from feel free to reply. Also, P. Jurgenson does not print them anymore so I am going to need some other suggestions.
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« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2011, 07:09:54 PM »

According to Maurice Hinson's - Guide to the pianist's repertoire, the gliere preludes can be bought from jurgenson, however i cannot find it on their website, perhaps send them an e-mail/phonecall?
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