On this blog we keep notes of our experience as collectors of sheet music. We want to share interesting or special stories, and we try to shed some light on certain artists who are part of the sheet music covers…
You can also visit our website ImagesMusicales where you’ll discover all images of our collection of illustrated sheet music. It shows the work of many artists from all over the world who created attractive covers for music publishers.
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Hi– I’m on your email list for announcements about new editions on your sheet music pages, but I never heard about the blog until today!
i am a veteran sheet music collectionist, I published several illustrated books on specific historical-musical topics based on coloured music sheet (mostly italian, but not only). You may have first information & orientation searching carlo pagliucci in internet free web.
Een onuitputtelijke bron aan informatie ;
Uw site heeft van mij een nieuwe verzamelaar gemaakt.
Sono Armando Marcucci
nipote del Compositore Giovanni Battista Noceti
volevo condividere le copertine delle musiche di Noceti
potete contattarmi al seguente indirizzo email.
Thank you for your site and new blog. I’m a new collector, I will use it at most!
chapeau! vree wijs die illustraties! ik lees spoedig de tekst op mijn gemak!
wreeed schuuune !
It is a real pleasure to read you; magnificent blog, splendidly illustrated
Congratulations for your great work and the new blog!
A couple of months ago, you’ve shared a series of sheet music by composers Dan Parrish & Frank Withers. As it was in the same lot, I wonder if it came indirectly from one of those musicians or their agent. They played together in the legendary Mitchell’s Jazz kings (picture of the band on the cover of “Montmartre Rag”). Those Afro-Americans brought the jazz music in Belgium in 1921… Amazing to see those sheet musics together.
Thank you Christian. Indeed fascinating stories of Parrish and Withers… We got hold of them in a sale, probably a small leftover from the publishers stock. Have you noticed that they are all from Rosario Furnari in Paris?
Many compliments for your beautiful site.
Really very well done.
I am a resident of Salem, Massachusetts, and collect Salem items.
I am looking for a certain local Sheet Music.
Part of the Title is “House of Seven Gables”, and it has a B&W sketch of the house on the cover.
Anyone seen this one ?
(Photo: Marcin Wichary)
en hou het gezond !
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