Offers all Zimmermann publications, the 1925 Benjamin/Simrock editions and a few others including the Zen-On edition of Op 38. The former Zimmermann online shop redirects to here.
|Boosey & Hawkes
Online shop lists a mixture of their own and other publishers' editions. Bought Édition Russe de Music in 1947. The catalogue lists ERM publications up to Op 35. I have had mixed success with the custom print service. My attempt in 2006 to order the Op 17 Novelles and Op 19 songs elicited the reply "The complete Op 19 and Op 17 are now out of print, and we are unable to obtain or produce copies". The catalogue now explicitly states that these items are for sale, so future requests may be more fruitful.
|Stainer & Bell
Supplies authorised photocopies of the Op 58 two-piano works in the original Augener edition. Preferable to the Collected Editon which has Piano 2 in small print.
Publishes the piano sonatas (in two volumes) and the complete Fairy Tales. Reproduced from the 1959 Collected Edition apart from the Op 30 sonata, for which the Collected Edition is preferable, with translations of the Russian footnotes etc.
US distributor offering the Recital Publications reprints of the original edition of Opp 6, 15, 18, 19, 19a, 24 and possibly 29. Will ship outside the USA.
|Classical Vocal Repertoire
|Classical Vocal Reprints
Offers reprints of the early songs within the USA. Those I have seen are all from the Collected Edition apart from Opp 19 & 19a. The former Recital Publications website now redirects to here.
Finland-based distributor of Russian books, sheet music and media. Offers some Medtner scores published in Russia.
Offers all Medtner's published works. The majority of scans are from the Collected Edition or later Soviet editions based on it. Some works are available in more than one edition.
The entire Collected Edition.
|Russian Piano Society
All works except the piano quintet, a few works with no opus and the full scores of the concertos. Includes the early sonatina. Mixture of editions for the solo works; songs are from the 1959 Collected Edition apart from Op 19, Op 19a and Op 52. The site used to go down without warning but seems stable these days.
Many other composers' works, particularly Russian, are downloadable from The Score Library. Non-Russian speakers will find the URLs useful for decoding the works (hover over the link with the mouse).
Most of the complete works, with the exception of the piano quintet and the full scores of the concertos. Mixture of editions.
Requires and either a subscription (free for 30 days) or 4 file uploads. Scores are mostly from the Collected Edition and hence more easily obtained elsewhere.
$35 bundle includes scans of most of Medtner's works. Mixture of editions. A few scores have missing pages. Most of these scans are downloadable from Boris Tarakanov's site.