" . . . an indispensable reference work that can be read with enjoyment for its gold mine of information, much of which will be unfamiliar to even the most jaded keyboard enthusiast." —Clavier
" . . . a marvel of comprehensiveness . . . " —Notes
" . . . easily surpasses any other work of its nature. It is a work for all admirers of the piano . . . " —Piano Journal
With the addition of a Supplement containing over 200 new entries, Maurice Hinson now brings together more than 3,000 works for piano and orchestra from the 1700s to the present.
Preface Using the Guide Abbreviations American Agents of Parent Companies of Music Publishers Addresses of Music Publishers
Music for Piano and Orchestra
Birth and Death Dates Confirmed since the First Edition Annotated Bibliography
Indexes Works for Two Pianos and Orchestra Works for Three of More Pianos and Orchestra Works for Piano One-hand, Three-hands, or Four-hands and Orchestra Works for Piano(s) and Band Works for Piano(s) and Strings Works for Piano(s), Other Instruments, and Orchestra Works for Piano(s) and Chamber Orchestra(s) Works for Piano, Orchestra, and Voices(s) Works for Piano, Orchestra, and Tape Works for Prepared Piano and Orchestra Intermediate to Moderately Difficult Works
MAURICE HINSON, Professor of Piano at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, is author of Guide to the Pianist's Repertoire and other books on piano literature. He is well known for his workshops and his lecture-recitals on early American piano music.