Musica Britannica are having a momumental SALE! 50% discount on over 80 critical editions. Some of the most important chamber, keyboard, opera and vocal critical editions in the British musical repertoire at bargain prices.
Hurry! Hurry! Grab a bargain before 14 April.
Musica Britannica was founded in 1951 as a national collection of British music, and is today recognised as one of the world’s outstanding library editions, with an unrivalled range and authority making it an indispensable resource both for performers and scholars.
All volumes are listed here in composer/title order, but can also be filtered using the options on the left.
Further information about the series is available on Musica Britannica’s own website and a PDF version of the catalogue is also available. (16pp)
A selection of printed performing editions taken from the series can be found here and individual pieces from any volume are usually available for sale in printed or digital (PDF) format on request (email@example.com).
Most Recent Volume:
MB108 – William CROFT: Three Odes with Orchestra
Publication November 2023
MB109 – George JEFFREYS: Latin Sacred Music I
Transcribed and edited by Jonathan Wainwright