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Old 06-14-2006, 02:29 PM
yoel1 yoel1 is offline
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Default Would like to know sources of scores

It would be most helpful if you could indicate the historical sources of the scores you publish. For example, I just downloaded your new publication of the Mozart divertimento, K 136. Are the bowings yours, or do they appear this way in one of the original publications of the piece? I often have questions like these, which is why, when I have to perform a piece, I always look for the Henle or Bahrenreiter urtext editions. If you could indicate - even generally - how authentic your scores are, I would greatly appreciate it.

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Yoel Epstein, a faithful customer
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