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Zinfonia welcomes Carl Fischer Music

Monday, November 14, 2016

newsFounded in 1872, Carl Fischer Music is a leader in music publishing, with an extensive and diverse catalog of music, musical literature, and pedagogy from premiere composers of the past and present. For over 140 years Carl Fischer Music has maintained a deep commitment to sharing traditional and contemporary music with the world. Carl Fischer Music maintains an extensive rental library of concert and stage works that includes works by celebrated composers David Masklanka, Ricky Ian Gordon, Martin Bresnick, Samuel Jones, Michael Colgrass, Paul Lansky, Lukas Foss, William Grant Still, Howard Hanson, Ernest Bloch, Henry Brant, Peter Mennin, Elie Siegmeister, Norman Dello Joio and more. The Carl Fischer Rental catalog is distributed by Theodore Presser Company. Click here to view titles represented by Carl Fischer Music in Zinfonia Click here to go to the Carl Fischer Music website
 

Zinfonia welcomes Theodore Presser Company

Sunday, November 13, 2016

newsSince 1883, Theodore Presser Company has remained dedicated to carrying out the aims and goals established by its founder: service, with integrity, to music and musicians, commitment to quality, and a vision for the future. A celebrated leader in American symphonic and recital music, Theodore Presser Company is a full-range publisher and distributor of sales and rental catalogs, representing the catalogs of more than 70 American and foreign affiliated publishers.

Theodore Presser Company offers an extensive and diverse collection of symphonic, band, operatic, vocal and chamber works. Contemporary repertoire features the music of prominent composers including Charles Ives, Ellen Taaffe Zwilich, Henry Brant, P.D.Q. Bach and Peter Schickele, Lowell Liebermann, Chen Yi, Thomas Pasatieri, Ricky Ian Gordon, Samuel Adler, Steven Stucky, William Schuman, Leopold Stokowski, George Rochberg, Vincent Persichetti, Shulamit Ran, James Matheson, Hugo Weisgall and many more. Click here to view titles represented by Theodore Presser Company in Zinfonia Click here to go to the Theodore Presser Company website
 

Zinfonia welcomes Norsk Musikforlag A/S

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

newsNorsk Musikforlag A/S, one of Scandinavia’s leading independent sheet music publishers, based in Oslo, Norway was founded on 1 January 1909 and today boasts a catalogue of approximately 16,000 printed editions; with subsidiaries the total number is some 20,000. In addition to offering music by Norway’s leading composers for over a century (examples being: Ole Bull, Hjalmar Borgström, Johan Halvorsen, David Monrad-Johansen, Ludvig Irgens-Jensen, Egil Hovland and Knut Nystedt) the Norsk Musikforlag catalogue today includes works by an increasing number of internationally renowned composers from abroad (Sally Beamish, Wim Henderickx, Emmanuel Séjourné and more). Norsk Musikforlag A/S publishes sheet music for a wide variety of instruments, as well as teaching material and music books.

Norsk Musikforlag is also distributing the orchestral material for Lyche Musikforlag (Edvard Grieg, Klaus Egge, Fartein Valen, Eivind Groven, Knut Nystedt, Egil Hovland and more), and Musikk-Husets Forlag (Harald Sæverud, Trygve Madsen, Edvard Fliflet Bræin, Carl Gustav Sparre Olsen, and more)

Click here to view titles published by Norsk Musikforlag A/S

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Zinfonia welcomes Ondine Press

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

newsFounded in 2013, Ondine Press is the exclusive publisher of arrangements and transcriptions by multifaceted conductor, pianist, and musical entrepreneur Yoon Jae Lee. Among the works included in the catalog are several Mahler symphonies, Debussy's Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun, the entire Nutcracker ballet for 13 instruments, Mendelssohn's Octet for full orchestra and suite compilations from the operas The Queen of Spades and Boris Godunov.

Musicians, critics, and audiences have praised Yoon Jae Lee's arrangements and transcriptions. His orchestral transcription of Mendelssohn’s Octet “Incorporated winds and brass...intelligently”, claimed David Patrick Stearns of the Philadelphia Inquirer when performed by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. The New York Times described his chamber version of Mahler’s Fourth Symphony as “Illuminating...with solos leaping out in unusually bold detail.” Yoon Jae Lee is currently engaged in “The Mahler Chamber Project” to arrange all the symphonies and Das Lied von der Erde for chamber orchestra and is projected to be completed by 2020.

Scores and select performance materials are available for digital download at http://ondinepress.musicaneo.com.

Click here to view titles published by Ondine Press on Zinfonia
 

Zinfonia welcomes the Canadian Music Centre

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

newsThe Canadian Music Centre (CMC) exists to stimulate the awareness, appreciation and performance of Canadian new music by making the music of its Associate Composers available through the Centre's collection, information resources, and production and distribution services.

Click here to view titles represented by the Canadian Music Centre on Zinfonia

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Zinfonia welcomes Ediciones Joaquín Rodrigo

Sunday, August 2, 2015

newsEdiciones Joaquín Rodrigo, founded in 1989, publishes and distributes the works of Joaquín Rodrigo, alone or in collaboration with other publishers, supplies orchestra rental material, grants licences, and works to safeguard the moral rights of Rodrigo¹s entire production. The company, exclusively dedicated to protect and give impulse to the musical legacy of the composer, received In 1999 and again in 2006 the Music Prize for the Best Publisher of Classical Music.

Click here to view titles published by Ediciones Joaquín Rodrigo

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Zinfonia welcomes Subito Music Corporation

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

newsWith over 20 years of professional service, Subito Music Corporation (SMC) is widely recognized as a leader in the concert music publishing industry with a reputation for publishing, producing, and distributing the finest quality music with state-of-the-art service. SMC provides a wide range of production and distribution services for both composers and publishers, including engraving, printing, rental, sales, and copyright administration.

Subito Music publishes a select roster of world-class, prize-winning composers including Michael Abels, Kenneth Frazelle, Nancy Galbraith, Susan Kander, James Lee III, Dan Locklair, Steven Mercurio, Paul Moravec, Leanna Primiani, Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR), Roberto Sierra, and Judith Lang Zaimont.

Click here to view titles published by Subito Music Corporation

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Zinfonia welcomes JoAnn Kane Music Library

Sunday, June 21, 2015

newsFor almost 30 years JoAnn Kane Music Library has had relationships with many top composers and film production companies. From these relationships they are able to bring rental material from some of the world’s most beloved composers and films. Composers like: Alexandre Desplat, Jerry Goldsmith, Marvin Hamlisch, Bernard Herrmann, James Horner, James Newton Howard, Henry Mancini, Ennio Morricone, Alfred Newman, Alex North, John Powell, and Alan Silvestri.

Concert performances of film music, whether performed by the great symphony orchestras of the world in grand concert halls, or by a volunteer group in a high school auditorium, are very popular with today’s concert audiences. JoAnn Kane Music Library is constantly acquiring new film suites. Continue to check back for new listings.

Click here to view titles from the JoAnn Kane Music Library

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Zinfonia welcomes Schott Music

Friday, May 29, 2015

newsSchott Music is one of the world's leading music publishers with subsidiaries in ten countries. Family-owned since 1770, the company, including the largest music distribution centre in Europe, offers products and services covering all aspects of music. The product range of Schott Music, comprising performance and teaching literature, urtext editions, concert and opera literature, study scores, complete editions, books on music, specialist magazines, audio recordings, E-Books and Apps, influences all areas of musical life. One of the focal points of the publishing programme of Schott Music is the publication of works by contemporary composers of the 20th and 21st centuries.

Renowned composers such as Carl Orff, Igor Stravinsky, Michael Tippett, Paul Hindemith, Erich Wolfgang Korngold, György Ligeti, Hans Werner Henze and Krzysztof Penderecki entrusted Schott with the publication of their works. Today as before, Schott Music seeks to support and promote young composers throughout the world as part of its cultural mandate, such as Jörg Widmann, Thierry Pécou, Chaya Czernowin, Toshio Hosokawa, Fazil Say, and Andrew Norman.

Click here to view works published by Schott Music in Zinfonia

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Zinfonia welcomes Gehrmans Musikförlag

Monday, May 18, 2015

newsGehrmans Musikförlag was founded in 1893 by Carl Gehrman and is today one of the leading music publishers in Scandinavia.

The catalogue includes works by well known Swedish composers such as Lars-Erik Larsson, Hugo Alfvén and Dag Wirén.

Gehrmans has during the years established partnership with such prominent composers as Erland von Koch, Daniel Börtz, Hans Eklund, Fredrik Högberg, Maurice Karkoff, Nils Lindberg, Rolf Martinsson and Albert Schnelzer. When Nordiska Musikförlaget and Warner/Chappell Music Scandinavia Serious Music Catalogues was acquired, the publisher welcomed Allan Pettersson, Eduard Tubin, Ingvar Lidholm, Sven-David Sandström and Anders Eliasson among others to the publishing house. Apart from orchestral music, Gehrmans Musikförlag has a strong catalogue of choral music as well as pedagogical materials.

Click here to view works published by Gehrmans in Zinfonia

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Zinfonia welcomes Robert Lienau and Musikverlag Zimmermann

Monday, May 4, 2015

newsThe world reputation of the publisher Robert Lienau (formerly Schlesinger), founded in Berlin in 1810, is based on composers like Carl Maria von Weber with his operas and Jean Sibelius, including his major Violin Concerto. 20th and 21st century works by such composers as Paul Juon, Hans Chemin-Petit, Josef Matthias Hauer, Ruth Zechlin and Graham Waterhouse have since shaped the Lienau catalogue. Most recently, the catalogue has been enhanced by the addition of compositions by Wilhelm Petersen.

The immensely popular music publishing company Zimmermann, founded in St. Petersburg in 1876 published Russian masterpieces by Balakirev, Liapounov and Nicolas Medtner. From the 1920s Zimmermann (now located in Germany) focussed on symphonic light music with works by such composers as Theodor Blumer, Willy Czernik and Fried Walter. In the 1970s significant composers of contemporary music were added like Masaaki Hayakawa, Maki Ishii, F.E. Spannheimer and K.H. Stahmer.

Click here to view works published by Robert Lienau in Zinfonia

Click here to view works published by Musikverlag Zimmerman in Zinfonia

Click here to go to the Musikverlag Zimmerman/Robert Lienau Musikverlag website
 

Archive your Orders

Thursday, December 18, 2014

newsThere is a new option for Zinfonia users and publishers to assist in the management of long lists of orders. By clicking the archive icon located on the right-hand side of the screen in the My Orders section of Zinfonia, you can set or remove the archive status of completed orders. When archived, orders are only displayed when the Show Archive search option is checked.

Unread messages are always displayed, even if the order has been archived.
 

Rodgers & Hammerstein Concert Library for Europe

Monday, September 1, 2014

newsThe Rodgers & Hammerstein Concert Library, containing concert excerpts from some of the world's most popular stage and film musicals, including The Sound Of Music, Oklahoma! and The King and I, is now available to Zinfonia users in Europe.

Click here to view the Rodgers & Hammerstein Concert Library works in Zinfonia

Click here to go to the Rogers and Hammerstein website
 

Zinfonia welcomes Editions Henry Lemoine

Monday, May 5, 2014

newsEstablished in 1772, Editions Henry Lemoine: has been publishing the important works of composers like Chopin, Berlioz, Donizetti, Halevy, Franck, Gounod, Messiaen and Piazzolla for almost 250 years. This tradition continues with the music of today with such prestigious names as Hugues Dufourt, Tristan Murail, Michaël Lévinas, Edith Canat de Chizy, Ichiro Nodaïra, Philippe Hurel, Michael Jarrell, Gérard Pesson and a growing list of emerging composers such as Brice Pauset, Régis Campo, Bruno Mantovani and Yann Robin.

Click here to view Edition Henry Lemoine works in Zinfonia

Click here to go to the Edition Henry Lemoine website
 

Making Zinfonia Easier

Saturday, March 1, 2014

newsToday Zinfonia launched a new and improved ordering process which should make it significantly easier for users to enter the required information to request materials from your local distributor.

We have created a few videos (in English only at the moment) to demonstrate the new features and to help you get the most out of Zinfonia. These are available by clicking here : http://www.youtube.com/user/zinadmin

There are more changes to come which will further improve the service, but as always we welcome your comments and suggestions to make Zinfonia work better for you.
 

Zinfonia welcomes Éditions Alphonse Leduc

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

newsZinfonia welcomes the addition of the prestigious French music publishing houses Éditions Alphonse Leduc, Éditions Hamelle and Éditions Heugel which are new members of the international family of music publishers that comprises The Music Sales Group.

Founded in 1841 Éditions Alphonse Leduc became a family business that started by specialising in piano tutors then expanded to acquire operatic works by Rossini, Bellini, Weber and Meyerbeer, as well as pieces by Clémenti, Hummel, Weber and Onslow. Later the acquisition of Éditions Hamelle added works by Fauré, Saint-Saëns, d'Indy, Vierne and Widor. When Éditions Heugel was absorbed in the 1980s it brought with it Rossini’s The Barber of Seville and Delibes’ Coppélia, but also the important catalogue of operas created by Georges Hartmann, featuring works by composers such as Franck and Lalo, and the very significant operatic output of Massenet.

Please note: These catalogues are currently only visible in selected territories.

Click here to view works published by Éditions Alphonse Leduc
Click here to view works published by Éditions Hamelle
Click here to view works published by Éditions Heugel
Click here to visit the Music Sales Classical Website
 

Zinfonia welcomes Universal Edition

Thursday, October 10, 2013

newsUniversal Edition has been dedicated to contemporary music since 1901 and has published composers from Mahler, Schönberg, Berg, Webern, Bartók and Weill up to Berio, Boulez, Stockhausen, Pärt, Rihm, Haas and Cerha.

Click here to view Universal Edition works in Zinfonia

Click here to go to the Universal Edition website
 

Zinfonia welcomes Counterpoint Music Library

Sunday, June 30, 2013

newsCounterpoint Music Library Services is a small music publisher and orchestral-sheet-music rental service, based in Toronto, Canada, with a focus on classical music. We represent for the territory of Canada a number of international publishers promoting and making their music available through our rental service to Canadian performance organizations from amateur to professional. We also publish works by the best of Canada's classical composers, promoting and making their music available to performers worldwide.

We provide excellent customer service, are happy to make repertoire suggestions and provide perusal scores and recordings. We encourage you to explore our website to discover new composers and music that you will want to perform, as well as music you know and love.

Click here to view Counterpoint Music Library works in Zinfonia

Click here to go to the Counterpoint Music Library website
 

Zinfonia welcomes Alfred Music Publishing

Friday, October 26, 2012

newsAlfred Music Publishing represents a rich variety of works drawn from a number of distinguished catalogues with an emphasis on popular music from film and the stage.

This includes
  • Selections from important film composers such as Danny Elfman (Batman Suites), Erich Korngold (The Adventures of Robin Hood, and Captain Blood), Howard Shore (The Lord of the Rings Symphony), Alan Silvestri (The Polar Express), Max Steiner (Gone with the Wind Suite), Dimitri Tiomkin (Suite from High and the Mighty) John Williams (selections from Harry Potter, Empire of the Sun), and Hans Zimmer (selections from Inception, and Sherlock Holmes).
  • Selections from classic musicals such as Stephen Flaherty’s Ragtime, Kander and Ebb’s Chicago, Lerner/Loewe’s Camelot, Gigi, My Fair Lady, and Paint Your Wagon.
  • Operas and operettas from Howard Hanson (Merry Mount), Gian-Carlo Menotti (The Old Maid and the Thief), Sigmund Romberg (The Desert Song).
  • Selections from prominent 20th century composers such as Arnold Bax, David Fanshawe, Astor Piazzolla, and Heitor Villa-Lobos.
  • One of the best selections of Christmas works of any library including Robert Shaw and Robert Russell Bennett’s The Many Moods of Christmas, and available is an ever growing catalog of high-quality arrangements from prominent composer, Gary Fry.
Click here to view Alfred Music Publishing works in Zinfonia

Click here to go to the Alfred Rental Library website
 

Zinfonia welcomes Oxford University Press

Sunday, June 3, 2012

newsOxford University Press has been publishing high quality titles for over 530 years. The Music Department opened its Music Hire Library in Oxford in 1923 and this now contains thousands of individual titles including popular works by William Walton, Vaughan Williams and John Rutter. They have especially strong representation in twentieth-century British music, new and classic choral works, opera choruses, and they also publish the largest collection of Christmas carol orchestrations in the world.

Click here to view Oxford University Press works in Zinfonia

Click here to go to the Oxford University Press website
 

Czy mówią Państwo po polsku?

Thursday, February 23, 2012

newsZinfonia is pleased to announce the availability of a Polish translation of the site commissioned by PWM Edition and translated by Elżbieta Staude. Zinfonia is now available in five languages (English, German, French, Italian and Polish) with more translations planned for the future. Existing users can select the language of choice in the My Account section of Zinfonia and new users can use the language selection options on the main screen.
 

Zinfonia welcomes Fennica Gehrman

Saturday, December 10, 2011

newsFennica Gehrman is the leading publisher of classical and contemporary music in Finland and the owner of the valuable Finnish musical treasure consisting of ca 12000 titles previously owned by Edition Fazer and Warner/Chappell Music Finland.

They have established partnerships with such leading composers as Einojuhani Rautavaara, Kalevi Aho, Kimmo Hakola, Mikko Heiniö and Olli Kortekangas, and their catalogue also includes gems by Jean Sibelius, Uuno Klami and others. Apart from orchestral, chamber, instrumental and vocal music they also publish pedagogical materials, e.g. books for the famous Colourstrings method.

Click here to view works by Fennica Gehrman in Zinfonia

Click here to go to the Fennica Gehrman Website
 

Scheduled Maintenance

Sunday, September 25, 2011

newsPlease note that there may be disruptions to Zinfonia’s services every Sunday between the hours of 03:00 and 05:00 GMT to allow us to perform system maintenance.

To view the dates and times of the next scheduled maintenance window in your time zone, please click here
 

Open for Business

Friday, July 1, 2011

newsWe are very pleased to announce that Zinfonia.com is now ready to accept hire/rental orders for more than 40,000 titles from some of the world’s most distinguished publishing houses including: Boosey & Hawkes, Bote & Bock, Peters, Ricordi, Durand, Eschig, Salabert, AMP, Wilhelm Hansen, Chester Music and Novello.

Distribution networks continue to be established in some countries and so if your request is not sent directly to the local agent, request will be forwarded on by the original publisher. New composers, titles and publishers are being added daily, so please check back often or let us know if a work you seek is not currently listed.

Over the next few months we will be creating tutorials to help you get the most from Zinfonia. Your feedback is welcome and you can click here to let us know how we are doing.
 

Ready for business on July 1st

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

newsWe are working hard to get everything ready to start receiving your orders by July 1st, 2011.

This includes the ongoing testing of our service, complete title listings from our publishing partners, all available translations and the configuration of the distribution networks.

You are free to register, search and even place orders through Zinfonia now and you can be assured your requests will be forwarded to the publisher or distributor.

If you experience any problems or have a suggestion to improve the service, please click here to contact us.
 

Zinfonia at MOLA London 2011

Friday, April 22, 2011

newsPeter Grimshaw will be making a brief presentation about Zinfonia to delegates of the 2011 29th Annual Conference of the Major Orchestra Librarians’ Association at 2.30pm May 15th in the Henry Wood Hall, London United Kingdom.
 

Zinfonia Launched Today

Friday, April 8, 2011

newsZinfonia was launched today at the Frankfurt Musikmesse by Peter Grimshaw of BTM Innovation and his partners from Boosey & Hawkes, Edition Peters Group, The Music Sales Group and Universal Music Publishing Classical.

At launch time some 40,000 titles and 4,000 composers were available from the 40 publishers represented on the system.

Although Zinfonia is fully operational, it will be a few more months before the German, French and Italian translations are complete and all of catalogues represented by Zinfonia are ready.

We expect to have everything finalised by the end of May by which time the service will be promoted internationally.
 

Zinfonia to be Launched at MusikMesse 2011

Sunday, February 20, 2011

newsZinfonia will be launched on Thursday, April 7 at the Frankfurt MusikMesse. The launch will be followed by a more technical session explaining in detail how the Zinfonia system works. If you are interested in attending, please contact Peter Grimshaw at admin@zinfonia.com for more information.
 

Under Construction

Saturday, January 1, 2011

newsThe Zinfonia website is currently being under construction. For this reason we apologise if selections are unavailable or do not work. Keep an eye on the news section for more information about the launch in 2011.
 

Zinfonia in the Cloud

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

newsThe Zinfonia system recently moved its resources into the “Cloud” to take advantage of all that this new technological concept has to offer. Cloud Computing promises many advantages to all of Zinfonia’s users including a more efficient service with high availability even under peak loads.
 

Zinfonia at Frankfurt 2010

Thursday, February 25, 2010

newsPeter Grimshaw from BTM Innovation will be attending the Frankfurt Musikmessse and available for meetings to discuss Zinfonia on Thursday March 25th and Friday March 26th. A meeting of existing stakeholders is also scheduled to occur during the fair.

Please contact me at info@zinfonia.com to arrange an appointment.
 

Zinfonia is Born

Saturday, April 4, 2009

newsA meeting at the Frankfurt Musikmesse 2009 hosted by Peter Grimshaw of BTM Innovation with representatives from some of the leading publishers of classical music agreed to collaborate on a new enterprise called Zinfonia. The main goal of the Zinfonia program is to create a website that combines the catalogues of all member publishers into a single searchable online catalogue. Not only will Zinfonia provide a valuable resource for classical music research, but it aims also to simplify the process of hiring or buying performance material by directing requests to the appropriate agent or website based on the country of origin.

Zinfonia is planned to be launched in 2010.
 
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