Not exactly New Editions, but newly possible to hear played, by Fretwork, no less, on the CD "Sublime Discourses", Regent REGCD341: Martin Peerson's 7 Fantasias and Almaines a6, first complete edition published by PRB in 2000, edited by Virginia Brookes (VC039); and John Milton's Three Fantasias for Five Viols, first modern edition published by PRB in 1996, also edited by Virginia Brookes (VC030). See the catalog on this website for full details!
Two vocal editions will appear shortly, both by Derek Moore Morgan, whose sonatas for Violin and Piano (CI024) and for Bassoon and Piano (CI025) we published a few years ago. The are "Behold, a Simple Tender Babe", a carol for SATB chorus and organ; and "God is Ascended up on High", for trumpet, SATB chorus and Organ.
Margaret Panofsky's book "Bass Viol Technique" was the first edition in our Educational Series (ED001), and is now out of print. The good news is that her new, more concise, edition with some new and revised exercises, is now available (ED008: "The New Bass Viol Technique")
Australian musician Brooke Green will make her composing debut with an edition of four pieces for Viol Quartet (Treble, Tenor, Bass and 7-string Bass): "Shades of Presence Past" (CC079), to be released in July 2013.
Carel Hacquart: Cantiones Sacrae, ten cantatas for two to five voices, strings, and/or continuo, edited by Pieter Andriessen. To be published separately.
Claude Debussy: Menuet and En Bateau, arranged from his Petite Suite (piano duet) for six viols.
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You can hear some of Belinda Reynold's "Custom Made Music" on her new website (http://custommademusic.com/) devoted to this project. She plays the Secondo part in two of her piano duets (PRB Edition ED007), and two of her piano solos can also be heard (ED009). In another segment, she explains the purpose of "Custom Made Music" and introduces a mother-daughter combo to play some of the piano duets.
Lucy Bardo, editor of our edition of Schenck's "Nymphs of the Rhine" (Le Nymphe di Rheno: B036) has just compiled a list (fortunately, very short!) of errata for this edition. Three of the errors were caused by inadvertent migration of clefs, and there were a couple of missed accidentals. Please send us an e-mail request for these errata (PRBPrdns@aol.com). If you purchased a copy of this edition from us since June 2013, all of these corrections will have been made.