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Keyboard Music for Multiple Players

Keyboard Music for Multiple Players is a series of critical editions of keyboard music from the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries for multiple players at one or more keyboard instruments. It includes works for the now-standard combinations of two players at a single keyboard (four-hand) and two players at different keyboards (duo), as well as less common permutations of players and keyboards. Keyboard Music for Multiple Players presents original keyboard works that are not readily available in modern critical editions. Transcriptions of orchestral or chamber works generally fall outside the purview of the series. Works involving multiple players at a single keyboard are presented in score format, which not only allows for easier study but fosters better ensemble in performance. Works involving multiple players at more than one keyboard are produced with a separate score for each keyboard.


Completed volumes

Volume 1
Jan Ladislav Dussek: Three Fugues, Op. 64, for Piano Four-Hands
Edited by David Gilbert, University of California, Los Angeles

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Volumes under contract

Ignaz Moscheles: Hommage à Handel, Op. 92, for Two Pianos
Edited by Christopher Hogwood, Cambridge



Planned future volumes

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