Scores for most of my compositions are available from the Theodore Presser Company, with a few additional early pieces available from Associated, via Music Sales Classical. Those early pieces were originally in the Margun catalog, Gunther Schuller’s publishing firm. They include the work for clarinet, piano and electronic sound, Icons, that the 21st Century Consort will perform this coming March 12. I’ll say more about that piece and that performance in an upcoming post. Recent additions to the Presser catalog include Badinerie Squared, a brief flute duet; Exchanges, a virtuosic piece for flute and clarinet (inexplicably not yet listed on the Presser website); and an Oboe Quartet. My set of piano preludes called Pure Contraption, Absolute Gift will soon be available from Presser.
However, there are a number of my pieces that are not yet published, and you should be in touch with me directly (jamesprimosch at gmail dot com) if you are interested in purchasing them. These include all but one of the a cappella motets I have written for Emmanuel Church and some voice and piano songs that have proved popular, including an arrangement of How Can I Keep From Singing? I intend to post more sample pages from this material – these will appear on this site’s score excerpts page. Look through the worklist pages to find the pieces available directly from me – these are the ones without the [A] for Associated or [P] for Presser designations.