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    Default Eastern European sheet music DROP BOX

    Right before Pietro Tesio died, he had started publishing Greek and Roumanian (his spelling) sheet music. I am most fortunate to have made contact with Antonio Eptaminitis' descendant who has graciously shared his arrangements and compositions. Most were published by Tesio in 1921-1922.

    Not sure how far this will go, there may be more. You will find PDFs and an Excel spreadsheet with the titles. This link should enable you to view and to download.


    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/5byi722tw..._WDGueRHa?dl=0

    Questions? PM me. Thx, Sheri

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    Sheri, you are an unvaluable treasure!

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    Thanks. I'm doing it for the Italian music publishers who saw the true value of other immigrant composers. Because most of these Greek titles were published around the time of the Greek-Turkish wars, I'm thinking that Eptamenitis was one such refugee. It's too bad that Tesio died in 1923 or there might have been more. Still, I've only been able to find about 10% of the music catalog listings for this genre. Love the 7/8 time signatures and weird rhythm diagram on the Apollo title.

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    THANK YOU! I'm in the middle of moving, but have been drooling over the Italian music you've been sharing; now I'll have these too once I'm settled.
    WONDERFUL!
    "There are two refuges from the miseries of life--music and cats" Albert Schweitzer

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