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Forsyth Publishing is a superb catalogue of 450 titles of sheet music, old and new, including the works of world famous children’s composer Walter Carroll, and one of the finest collections of contemporary recorder music anywhere in the world.
Forsyth Publishing was established in 1873 to publish the piano titles edited by Charles Hallé, founder of the Hallé orchestra in Manchester. Today we have a superb catalogue of 450 titles of sheet music, old and new, including the works of world famous children’s composer Walter Carroll, and one of the finest collections of contemporary recorder music anywhere in the world. We are also the United Kingdom’s main distributor of Music Minus One and Pocket Songs classical and popular backing track products.<BR><BR>
BUYING OUR MUSIC
Trade Enquiries: We aim to offer very competitive discounts and excellent service to music shops and other sheet music outlets stocking our titles. All enquiries should be directed to email@example.com, or please call 0161 834 3281 ext. 216. Orders can also be faxed to 0161 834 0630<BR>
All our publications can be purchased from our on-line shop or by contacting our Sheet Music Department on 0161 834 3281 ext. 603. or by emailing our sheet music department. Catalogues are also available on request.
SUBMITTING YOUR MANUSCRIPT
We are always pleased to hear from composers and writers who would like their work considered for publication. Ideally music will be submitted in electronic format (e.g. Sibelius), while a recording (however basic) also helps to give us a better idea of your work. Categories we are particularly interested in include:
- Original music for learners of all instruments, particularly pieces that would be suitable for the exam board syllabi.
- New arrangements of classic pieces and out of copyright works.
- Modern recorder music from beginner to advanced, and recorder arrangements of classics
As we are a small independent company with limited capacity to bring new works to the market please be prepared for long delays in responding to your submission, and the possibility of rejection, which is most often for reasons of time and budget rather than the quality of the music.