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Artescripta – Music Publisher

Artescripta is publishing hand-made facsimiles of rare early music from a private collection.

A new gem is available, cannot be found anywhere else ! 👀🔎 Frédéric Lobry : Variations for the Pianoforte on the Hungarian song “Ah ! que pour moi l’amour aurait de charmes”. Dedicated to Miss Aglaé Durvillers. Edited by Naderman c1812. Signature of Naderman and an unknown name. There is 19th century coffee as a bonus… 😭 that can be erased digitally if you choose to have the scan treated. Complete score ! ⬇️⬇️⬇️ See MoreSee Less
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Lots of rare repertoire for pianoforte and harp is now available, such as this duo by Latour : a favorite italian air “Sul margine dun rio” arranged for Harp and Pianoforte, dedicated to Madame de Sainte Marguerite. Edited by Birchall in London, beginning of the 19th century. 2 complete parts. ⬇️⬇️⬇️ See MoreSee Less
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If I was asked what are the craziest items in the collection, these would definitely be on the list. 😳📚 Not only are they full orchestra scores for Halévy's operas, they also come directly from the library of George Bizet himself, who married Halévy's daughter. Both of their names are on the covers… 😵‍💫 See MoreSee Less
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Another rare piece 🔎 : Mortellari – arrangement of “Matilde Di Sabrand” by Rossini for Harp and Pianoforte, with accompanying Flute and Cello ad libitum. 🎶 Dedicated to Mrs&Mrs Jane Moresby. Editor is unknown because the cover was cut and glued on a new paper, but the music is intact. 4 complete parts ! ⬇️⬇️⬇️… See MoreSee Less
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Lemiere : “La Bataille d’Jena” won against the Prussians on october 14th 1806 by the French troops commanded by his Imperial and Royal Majesty Napoleon 1st, op.36 for Pianoforte. Dedicated to the Great Army. Edited by Naderman c1815, most likely first edition. Complete score. ⬇️⬇️⬇️ See MoreSee Less
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