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More recent in the field in England is the Dolmetsch Recorder Series, well printed and edited by Carl Dolmetsch and Layton Ring and published by Universal Edition (A. A. Kalmus), 24 Great Pulteney Street, London W.i. Their publications will be indicated by the letter U.
The Oxford University Press (Music Department), 44 Con­duit Street, London W1 also publish a few pieces. These will be indicated by the letter O.
In addition to pieces suitable for children, Boosey and Hawkes Ltd., 295 Regent Street, London W.i. also publish works for more advanced players; their publications will be marked B.
Novelio and Co., Ltd., 160 Wardour Street, London W.i. are the English agents for some German publishing houses, notably Barenreiter. Their publications will be indicated by the letter N.
The following selected list is intended to be a short guide only:
DESCANT (OR TENOR) SOLO
Fifty Old English Folk-Dance Airs, (S.) Vary in difficulty.
25 Tunes from The Beggar's Opera. (U.) Vary in difficulty.
TREBLE (OR SOPRAN1NO) SOLO
Preludes and Voluntaries. (S.) Some of these are very difficult
but they provide excellent practice.
TWO DESCANTS (OR TENORS)
Play and Sing with us.(S.) There are several books with this title;
they are easy and have a voice and piano part as well. Musite de Tawrm, by Francois Couperin. (U.) This is not easy
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