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Letters from publishers to Smallwood and other material.

PUBLISHING; MUSIC] William Smallwood, prolific Victorian composer.

Editorial: -1897., 1879
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Ten items, various formats, mainly 8vo. a. Copy statement i, 13 Jan. 1879, in which Smallwood agrees terms with the music publisher, Mary Ann Williams for his "musical composition entitled Winander-mere". b. Autograph Note Signed "Frederick Langbridge", 25 Jan. 1877, confirming that the sole copyright for two songs written by him ("A Song for the Land I Love" and "Freedom's Shrine") belongs to Smallwood. c. Statement by Lucy J. Mullen, "trading as B. Williams, 19 Saville Row EC", 6 Jan. 1888, agreeing to pay Smallwood twenty guineas per yer for three years for consigning six pieces per year "in varied styles"t o them "under the nom de plume of Carl Mahler" {NOT identified as Smallwood by COPAC and perhaps an unknown pseudonym] . d. Smallwood's account with B. Williams, Music Publisher, 31 Dec. [1881 [1882]], publisher's expenses and Smallwood's earnings, balance £34.17.7, paid. e. Autograph Letter Signed "H.J. Moule", 1 May 1893, to Smallwood, telling him that, since Playfair & Co. ceased to exist Cocks & Co. took over "my half shares of Plates. He adds that during his short time with Playfair only a few pieces by Smallwood were sold. f. Four autograph Letters Signed "Alfred [ Physick?]", 1890, partner in Playfair & Co.,to Smallwood. He explains that the copyrights to his works held by Playfair & Co which broke up that year were shared between himself and his partner. He names the works involved and says that royalties will be settled by both. He discusses the business of Playfair & Co. in some detail in a later letter , but focussing on Smallwood's royalties. Later still he suggests that Smallwood pay him "four shillings per plate of 'Summer Wavelets' to release me from the royalty. g. Letter Signed Robert Cocks & Co, Music Publishers, 1 June 1897, sending proofs of "'God Bless Victoria' for the 'Home Treasures' and 'Little Buds'", asking for a prompt return. N° de ref. de la librería 5441

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Título: Letters from publishers to Smallwood and ...

Editorial: -1897.

Año de publicación: 1879

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Private premises. Autographs, manuscripts and archives on any subject. Particular interest in publishing and bookselling history. Occasional catalogues. Company number: 03785276

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