Thank you for visiting Hildegard Publishing Company. Our publishing mission is to seek out and publish compositions by women composers which display the highest level of excellence and musical merit. Because works by women composers have been historically overlooked and undervalued, our hope is to make these gems more widely available for concert performance. Our publishing mission reaches to all centuries including the present day and extends to a wide range of musical forms and genres. Whether your visit with us is exploratory in nature or you are seeking a specific work, we hope you enjoy your visit!
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NFA Commission: AURORA
We're excited to announce that our new publication of Laura Schwendinger's National Flute Association commissioned work, AURORA, is now available for sale. Purchase it through your favorite music retailer or shop our online store!
Added: August, 2017
Warshauer's Spirals of Light wins NFA Competition
We are proud to announce that our publication of Meira Warshauer's Spirals of Light for flute, cello and piano was named as a winner in the 2017 Newly Published Music Competition! The work was published in 2016 and was inspired by the poetry of Ani Tuzman.
Added: June, 2017
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Four short character pieces perfect for teaching and recital use.
A past winner in the National Flute Association new publications competition!
Aurora, was commissioned by the National Flute Association Inc. Young Artist Competition (2017). A flutist, as well as a composer, the composer writes that the work “is an ode to the flute repertoire I grew up with. French in feeling, the piece takes advantage of the flute’s flexibility." Schwendinger celebrates the possible colors of the flute through this virtuosic work.