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We stock a range of antiquarian music, books on music, manuscripts and autographs, with an emphasis on early printed editions and manuscript scores of important composers.

Recent catalogues have included one of a very few surviving lifetime manuscripts of Scarlatti's harpsichord sonatas; a remarkable collection of vocal and instrumental music from the library of the duchesse de Berry; and inscribed first editions of works by Berg, Janacek, Poulenc, Rimsky-Korsakov, Schumann, Shostakovich, Stravinsky and Vaughan Williams.
  1. VERHEYEN, Pierre Emmanuel.

    Requiem mass in C minor.

    [Flanders, c. 1810.]

    A very grand unpublished Requiem mass by the Flemish composer and singer Pierre Emmanuel Verheyen (1750–1819). Although not so indicated, this must be the Requiem mass dedicated to Haydn which Verheyen, a devoted follower, is known to have written following Haydn’s death in 1809 and which was first...


  2. [VLACQ, Michiel, Jacob STAM, Karel van MANDER, Joost van den VONDEL, and others.]

    Den nieuwen verbeterden lust-hof, gheplant vol...

    Pers, [c. 1610.]

    Fourth edition of this charming and rare Dutch songbook. First published in 1602, it was revised for subsequent editions c. 1604 and in 1607. The content of the present edition, published c. 1610, follows that of 1607 but was printed using a different civilité type.


  3. [VOGEL, Johann Christoph.]


    [France (probably Paris), c. 1787].

    A contemporary scribal manuscript of Johann Christoph Vogel’s opera Démophon, from the library of Christoph Willibald Gluck.