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    Free scores (mainly Baroque and Renaissance) at Partitura Organum

    I just release a new (free) edition of work by Simon Lohet. Simon Lohet (Loxhay) (c. 1550 – 1611) was a Flemish composer, possibly born in Maastricht. All of Lohet’s known works are contained in Johann Woltz’s Nova musices organicae tabulatura (Basel, 1617). The bulk of his small surviving output consists of twenty keyboard fugues, which are also his most historically important works. Bringing these fugues and the rest of Lohet’s known output together in one edition, hopefully contributes to a better and wider understanding of the historical importance of Lohet’s work.

    It can be found here: http://partitura.org/index.php/simon...g-organ-works/

    The composer-index (as well as the scores-index) gives access to lots of other scores.
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    What a delightful find ... IMSLP only has only one work of Lohet and that is 4 part brass transcription.

    Thank you for sharing this valuable resource.

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    I added a new (free) edition to my site, containing works by Johann Schneider. Johann Schneider (1702 – 1788) was a German organist, violinist and composer. Around 1720 he became a keyboard pupil of J.S. Bach. Besides keyboard with Bach, he studied violin with Johann Gottlieb Graun. In 1729 Schneider became organist of the Nicolaikirche in Leipzig. He remained in this position for the rest of his career. Schneider enjoyed a reputation as a truly great organist.

    It can be found here: http://partitura.org/index.php/johan...-mus-ms-30377/

    Most of the works contained in this edition are not acailable on imslp and are new to the public domain.

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    What public domain are you typing about?
    When Americans first used music to accompany Hollywood movies,
    they didn't think in terms of paying any royalties, to anyone,
    they used a new word, soundtrack, and suddenly, there was soundtrack music.

    Online wasn't even around back then.
    You are being global here, not just Californication.
    Some Clan Watt trivia.
    When President Woodrow Wilson introduced the first, full length Hollywood film,
    oh yeah, The Birth of a Nation, he said Americans were watching lightning from the screen.
    He was talking teslant, when as we know, it's watts and wires.
    But then, Nicola Tesla was like that too. He died a broken and penniless man,
    despite being a constant White House guest,
    and someone the American government invented new security protocols for.
    Guiglielmo Marconi knew how to send, and you should see what he received.
    Just saying, as another Magle.dk member.
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    Public domain as in royalty free.
    Public domain as in not infringing anyone's copyright.
    Public doamin as in not imposing my own copyright.
    Public domain as in freely available.
    Public domain as in if you don't like it, just don't use it.

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    And for whoever is interested: Ernst Friedrich Richter's Trio's opus 20 are available now: http://partitura.org/index.php/ernst...organ-opus-20/

    Tomorrow I'll start a series of publications that will eventually lead up to publication of an Edition of Johann Scheibe's keyboard Partita's. Keep an eye on http://partitura.org/index.php/category/scores/

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