Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3 13:39 on Sunday, September 15, 2002
Hi, I`m being searching for the piano part for the Rach 3, and I haven`t been able to find it, as of yet. If anyone knows where I can get it (website) any help is greatly appreciated. If not then I`m really hoping that it`s not too expensive at Remenyi or the RCM bookstore (does anyone have an idea of the price for it?)
Re: Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3 11:24 on Saturday, September 21, 2002
Are you in Toronto (or is Remyni/RCM located in U.S.?)...
My best suggestion (esp. if you`re in t.o.) is to go to a university music library. It`s public access and you can find it (or ask the librarian to help you find it) and then photocopy it.
Re: Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3 16:53 on Saturday, September 21, 2002
Remenyi and the RCM bookstore are both located in downtown Toronto on Bloor Street right across from each other. They have a wonderful selection of music, pretty much anything that you want to look for. I`m probably going there soon, since I have other music that I want to pick up.
Unfortunately it seems that I cannot get into most of the University libraries unless I`m a student, and there are certain copyright laws involved with music, especially since Rachmaninoff was in the last 100 years. Of course I would if I could, but I don`t mind buying it since I really want to learn it, so it`s not a problem with me. Only issue is expense (I swear buying music and art supplies are draining my bank account.)
Re: Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3 17:30 on Wednesday, September 25, 2002
Send me some email - I might be able to help you. I found a score for the entire orchestra a while back, including the Piano part... it`s a pretty huge piece, but I`ll have to play it when I find the time...
Perhaps you have some blues scores I might find of use. Been looking around, but they are harder to come by.
Re: Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3 18:34 on Wednesday, September 25, 2002
I don`t have a tendency to play blues music (I have a bad time with piano rhythms in jazz/blues style) I`m not even sure what I have in blues, but if you want to email me about it, that`s okay. I have a lot of sheet music. As for the Rach 3, it`s a long piece (30+ pages?) anyways, I`m only looking for the piano part, I`m not planning to perform it.
Re: Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3 23:46 on Tuesday, October 01, 2002
The music library at U of T or the one at York are public access - you don`t get carded. They do have photocopy machines there and you can look up the music on their catalogue. Ask them for help and just say you`re a student if they ask (they won`t though)
Hope you try this before you buy it!
Oh, and the music library is behind the ROM/planetarium
Re: Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3 05:50 on Tuesday, November 19, 2002
Hi im Steve im 15 years old i live in Australia but i thought this still may be relevant to you.
You`ve probably got rach 3 already but I`ll let you know I bought "Schirmer`s Library Vol. 1610" and it was $20 Aussie dollars and is an excellent version. Fingering, articulation, fingering, orchestral accompaniment for second piano etc. It just may be more convenient then making 70 photo copies or however else.