The music publisher Universal Edition, which was founded in 1901 in Vienna as a publisher of classic instructional literature, developed rapidly within a few short years following its establishment into a future-oriented publishing house serving many of contemporary musical life's most creative talents.
“Jazz Zone” explains in the simplest possible terms the essence of improvisation, with examples and backing tracks on the enclosed CD.Read more
This edition depicts 12 major cities and their music, in original compositions by James Rae for 1-2 clarinets and piano.Read more
The murder of Martin Luther King on 4 April 1968 moved Luciano Berio in the same year to compose a short piece ‘in memorium’.Read more
Enhance your repertoire with five beautiful arrangements of Mahler songs for violin and piano.Read more