Yes, I do have it, and it is available publicly here: http://digital-library.csun.edu/cdm/sin ... d/98/rec/1
ah very good, interesting that's the only thing they (seem!) to make publicly available. And a shame from my point of view, because I have an original paper copy. Before the holiday I was emailing them about getting copies from them of the pieces I don't know, that seems to be on hold.tateharmann wrote: ↑Sat Dec 30, 2017 3:38 pmYes, I do have it, and it is available publicly here: http://digital-library.csun.edu/cdm/sin ... d/98/rec/1
Thanks to Vahdah Olcott-Bickford's collection and CSUN Oviatt Library.
Well I have the Mel Bay and Gendai editions - both apparently out of print as well. Basically I was thinking of seeing what all the rest was like, since there is relatively little overlap between the two books.tateharmann wrote: ↑Sat Dec 30, 2017 5:16 pmYea I always thought that they would start to make more and more of the collection available digitally...but it seems to be at a standstill since the initial release :/
There are other ways to get his works though - I have a number of them. Anything specific that you're looking for?
Certainly not definitive because as far as I know, most of the opuses from 118 - 200 are lost. The Wikipedia page is probably accurate, though missing op 118 because I own probably the only surviving copy!
Share the wealth, man! Haha - if you want to, that is. You could carefully scan it and upload to imslp, no? HeheStephen Kenyon wrote: ↑ The Wikipedia page is probably accurate, though missing op 118 because I own probably the only surviving copy!
Maybe at some point. Unfortunately its not unproblematic - there doesn't appear to be an ending, so perhaps a page is missing.