Faber Music Ltd is delighted to announce a partnership with Warner/Chappell Music (WCM) to represent their Hire Catalogue for all territories excluding North America and Germany, Austria and Switzerland, from 1 April 2015. In addition the deal will allow Faber to grant performance licences for amateur productions of WCM’s musicals and other stage works.
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The Warner/Chappell hire catalogue is a rich and diverse treasure, encompassing some of the world’s most popular stage musicals, operas and operettas, as well as serious and light symphonic repertoire, and classic highlights from the world of film and TV.
Musicals include such gems as Brigadoon, Camelot, High Society and the perennial children’s favourite, Bugsy Malone, whilst operatic highlights include Cavalleria Rusticana and I Pagliacci, and the Peter Murray arrangements of Gilbert and Sullivan's Savoy Operas.
At the heart of the concert repertoire lies Sir Arnold Bax’s epic cycle of seven symphonies and other orchestral works, Stravinsky’s Ebony Concerto, and, light music classics include such eternal favourites as Eric Coates’s Dambusters March and By The Sleepy Lagoon (the ‘Desert Island Discs’ theme), and Sir Henry Wood’s Proms favourite, Fantasia on British Sea Songs, as well as more contemporary favourites such as Astor Piazzolla’s The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires and David Fanshawe’s African Sanctus.
From Hollywood, there are film/TV highlights from John Williams (including the Star Wars trilogy and Raiders of the Lost Ark), as well as iconic music by Nino Rota, Miklos Rosza, Alex North, Jerry Goldsmith, Max Steiner, Francis Lai and Jerome Moross, Ron Grainer’s Dr Who Theme and Christopher Tin’s Calling All Dawns (the Grammy-winning theme from the computer game, ‘Sid Meier’s Civilization IV’).
For further information please contact:
Faber Music Ltd
74-77 Great Russell Street
London WC1B 3DA
T: +44 (0) 20 7908 5336
For licensing enquiries regarding the musicals please contact:
Hire orders should be addressed to: