La mà de Guido

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La mà de Guido is a Catalan music publishing house in Barcelona Spain founded in 1986 by the composer and musicologist Llorenç Balsach (b. 1953).[1]

The name La Mà de Guido comes from the Catalan translation of the Guidonian hand.[2]

The primary notability of La Mà de Guido is in the publishing of music scores and editions for Catalan composers, living and dead.[3][4] The music publishing house also owns a recording label, again primarily reviving the works of Catalan composers, but also recordings by Catalan musicians of other Iberian music, and archive historical recordings.[5][6] The label also distributes the Ars Harmonica label.

Published composers[edit]

Recording artists[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The New Grove dictionary of music and musicians, Volume 2 2001 Page 610
  2. ^ Noves reflexions a l'entorn de l'educació estètica. Seminari Iduna Barcelone p.107
  3. ^ Donald William Krummel, Stanley Sadie Music printing and publishing 1990 p73
  4. ^ Music publishers' international ISMN directory 2001 p172
  5. ^ David M. Cummings International who's who in music and musicians' directory. 2000 p34, 2003 p41
  6. ^ Casares E. Diccionario de la música española e hispanoamericana, Volume 2 2002 p122

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