Lathkill Music Publishers
Latest additions to the catalogue
La Chanson de l'Avoirdupois
Imagine if Kurt Weill had written Jim Croce’s Time in a Bottle as a 1930s style torch song for Édith Piaf to sing in The Threepenny Opera with lyrics that look back over a life lived and wonder how it will be ‘measured’! Stunningly beautiful music by Chris Dumigan with lyrics by Chris Fogg.
The Gothic Suite
A five movement impressionistic composition by Steve Marsh based upon an entirely imaginary tale inspired by the writings of Edgar Allan Poe. An extremely popular work definitively adapted for guitar quartet or 4 part guitar ensemble by the composer.
Little known yet stunningly high quality music by Jean-Marie Leclair arranged for two guitars by Gary Spolding. An absolute joy to play.
Three late Baroque single-movement sonatas by Ferrer, Albero & Larrañaga transcribed by Duo Mirić. Music that melds the influence and legacy of Scarlatti with the sensibilities and temperament of the Spanish. Well worth a look.
Selly Oak and Five Bells Sounded
Two pieces for guitar trio or 3 part guitar ensemble by Richard Shearing for grade 3 to 4 players looking for something original and rhythmically interesting.
Edvard Greig’s classic excitingly arranged for four guitars or guitar ensemble by Gary Spolding.
Homage to Heitor Villa-Lobos
For solo guitar by Mauro Godoy Villalobos. Written in the style of H Villa-Lobos and winner of first prize in the 2014 Classical Guitar Society of Victoria Composition Competition.
A fabulous new composition in 7 movements for female voice and guitar by Chris Dumigan.
50 of the finest duets from the Golden Age of English lute music in 3 volumes transcribed for two guitars by Gary Spolding.
Relief and Ina’s Lullaby
Two lyrical and expressive pieces in a modern contemporary style for solo guitar by Mauro Godoy Villalobos.
Five Bosnian Songs
If you are not familiar with traditional Balkan music then you are in for a treat with this unusual and inspiring music expertly arranged for solo guitar by Tanja Mirić.
fabulously arranged for four guitars or guitar ensemble by Steve Marsh.
A new look for the solos BWV 995 to 1013
Bach’s original writing, stripped back to just the notes, in guitar friendly keys, but with no other editorial changes transcribed by Gary Spolding.
Le Tic-Toc-Choc (and other cross pieces) by François Couperin
Five unusual pieces arranged for two guitars by Gary Spolding.