Yes it is spam, isn't it? But I don't mind, if you don't mind!
We've known each other for so long and some of you have helped a lot to this project, by direct or indirect feedback, that it's worth sharing the news!
It is said that contemporary concert hall music is sometimes difficult to approach and remains inaccessible in some ways, not only limited to pricing and the commercial sense. Editions Musica Ferrum addresses those issues by funding interesting composers and publishing fascinating and accessible works; works that are beautiful, handsome scores that are worth owning, (with approachable prices) and materials that are readily available online or in music stores.
Founded in Greece by award winning composer and performer Nikolas Sideris, EMF has a deep understanding of the needs and rights of the composer as well as the demands of performers in terms of score quality and clarity. Drawing on decades of experience in score development and preparation, all the elements of production, from physical elements such as paper selection and binding to visual elements such as layout and spacing, have been taken into account to be sure that every score that reaches our customers is of the highest order. Previews of each score are available on our website, and where available excerpts of recordings are also available, along with videos of the whole scores of selected works.
Editions Musica Ferrum hopes to reach out to every performer, teacher, student, conductor, producer, composer and other music lover to help them to discover this treasury of new concert hall works.We are open to any questions, comments, or feedback you may have, and we strive to be always available to our customers and interested parties.
Composers we represent include:
Subscribe to our Youtube channel
, follow us on Twitter
and like us on Facebook
But most importantly visit our website
to listen to excerpts of recordings, watch videos, contact us, read biographies, see previews of the scores and buy the scores we publish.
Through this thread I wish to thank:
Darth Manarb for his wonderful mockups of the website! While I do have a web designer, I decided to ask Darth to make me a website example and his example was so wonderful that we followed it almost at full!
Greg Schlapffer (GregJazz, or Geofkhan here and there's bound to be some spelling errors). Greg is awesome and has helped me a number of times, plus his libraries (he creates samples) are simply too stunning to not own!
Finally everyone else I keep forgetting, who provided valuable feedback on the website, the videos, etc...
If you like classical music, perhaps you'll enjoy the youtube videos (there are 5-6 already in there with full live recordings).
Thanks for reading and... if you can... spread the word!