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Lloyd P. Farrar

During the next four decades the firm published nearly 200 new titles a year; except for a small group of sacred songs issued by Pepper Publishing Co. in 1901–4 , these were all orchestral and band works intended for civic, commercial and school ensembles. Many compositions and arrangements appeared in journals – Quickstep , Brass and Reed Band , Ballroom , Theatre and Dance and Opera House. The J.W. Pepper Piano Music Magazine was begun in 1900 , and a separate 20th-century series was also established. Among the composers whose works were published by Pepper


Leon Plantinga

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pianists at all levels. Thus in several ways he impressed his stamp on piano playing and writing from about 1790 until far into the 19th century. And increasing numbers of modern editions and recordings of his works made 20th-century musicians and audiences aware once more of his virtues as a composer. Workslist for more detailed information on sources, see Tyson (1967) and the Clementi Critical Edition (CCE, 2008—); opus numbers are those of the most authentic editions, as determined by Tyson and updated in the new catalogue [CCE xv] (sn – senza numero d’opera; wo – without