ChoralWiki:Philip Legge's Music Page
Name of Website: PML Music Editions: music prepared by Philip Legge
Date added: 2001-08-31 (main link changed June 4, 2004)
Date verified: 2007-08-22
Copyright information: Most of the editions are copyrighted as follows:
- personal copyrights, e.g. © Philip Legge. All rights reserved.
- These editions are not free, and are available on the web only for you to assess whether they will be of any use. Contact me if you wish to use one of these editions.
- personal copyright assigned to CPDL, e.g. © Philip Legge for the Choral Public Domain Library: http://www0.cpdl.org/
- Edition may be freely distributed, duplicated, performed, or recorded. All other rights reserved.
- assigned to other copyright holders.
Description: Managed by Philip Legge. To take full advantage of this site, it is recommended you obtain the Scorch plug-in from www.sibelius.com. The Editions page is a catch-all page for the various music edited by Philip Legge, and there are many sub-pages for particular composers and works:
- Johann Sebastian Bach: Cantata, BWV 50, Nun ist das Heil und die Kraft
- Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony Nº 8 in F, Op. 93, 1st movement
- Hector Berlioz: an extensive number of works are available, including the Te Deum and Requiem (incomplete).
- Havergal Brian: contains several essays on this major neglected English symphonist.
- Antoine Brumel: Missa: Et ecce terre motus, Agnus Dei I
- Guillaume Dufay: Nuper rosarum flores
- George Frideric Handel: a very popular page hosting practice scores of the three Carmelite Vesper psalms.
- Charles Edward Horsley: Euterpe: All Hail to Thee, Sound!
- Josquin Desprez: Præter rerum seriem
- Philip Legge: Kubla Khan
- Claudio Monteverdi: Vespers of 1610, Sonata sopra Sancta Maria ora pro nobis
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: several works, including pages on the Great Mass in C, the history and performing editions of the Requiem, and a score of the 1st movement of Symphony Nº 39 in E♭, KV 543.
- Jean de Okeghem: Deo gratias
- Ottorino Respighi: Fountains of Rome, The Fountain of Valle Giulia at Dawn
- Arnold Schönberg: several pages of resources for the new choral score of the Gurre-lieder.
- Heinrich Schütz: Psalm 150, Alleluja! Lobet den Herren
- Thomas Tallis: Spem in alium nunquam habui
- Christopher Tye: Laudate nomen Domini