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Our catalogue holds a great selection of solo pieces for a variety of instruments. Right now we offer a 25% discount on all solo pieces in the catalogue. Take a look at the list on the right or the selection below for inspiration, or browse through the entire catalogue. 

Scroll to find solo pieces for piano, violin, percussion, accordion, organ, clarinet, flute, cello, harp and guitar.

To purchase solo pieces with a discount, please place your order by email to sales@edition-s.dk and write the campaign code SOLO 25% in the subject field. 

Please notice, the prices that appear on the website are the regular prices. The 25% discount will be subtracted manually when you order by email. The discount applies to all solo pieces until 30 April.  

PIANO

For several years Rune Glerup has been working with the musical material as if it was three-dimensional objects among which you can walk around, an idea that music, instead of telling stories in a narrative flow, could perhaps be more spatial in its structure. 
Click the image to listen to Rune Glerup's 'Sonata in Seven Movements' (2011) for solo piano.


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VIOLIN

Ejnar Kanding has specialised in composing music that unites electronic and acoustic sounds. His solo violin piece 'Berge des Urleids' includes live electronics as well as an optional photo slide show. Click the image to listen to Ejnar Kanding's 'Berge des Urleids'.

Click here to download a list of selected works for solo violin. 

PERCUSSION

Ylva Lund Bergner often includes homemade objects in her compositions, and that is also the case in her piece for solo percussion. The piece includes stroller wheels, office lamp stamps, tea light cups and much more.
Click the image to listen to Ylva Lund Bergner's 'B-so-R' (2016).

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ACCORDION

Kasper Rofelt's collection of concert studies exploits the technical potential of the accordion at a brand new level of virtuosity, and he guides our ears towards a universe that refers to Ligeti’s ground-breaking way of using the piano in his technical and musical études based on a single musical idea.
Click the image to listen to Kasper Rofelt's 'Concert Studies for Classical Accordion' (2008-2009).

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ORGAN

Carl Nielsen wrote of his organ solo 'Commotio' in a letter: “I myself think it is my most accomplished work.” 'Commotio' sets the performer a series of formidable tasks, as an instrumentalist and an interpreter, and it is considered one of the greatest Danish organ solo works ever written.
Click the image to listen to Carl Nielsen's 'Commotio' (1931).

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CLARINET

One finds an undercurrent of Southern European and Middle Eastern folk music in the music of Rachel Yatzkan. 'Ethnisica' is commissioned by Copenhagen Phil and dedicated to clarinet player Giovanni Punzi. 
Click the image to watch a performance of Rachel Yatzkan's 'Ethnisica' (2016).

Click here to download a list of selected works for solo clarinet. 

FLUTE

Eva Noer Kondrup often finds inspiration in the patterns of the laces and weavings created by women throughout history and sees them as unwritten music scores. 
Click the image to listen to Eva Noer Kondrup's 'Diary from the Mountains' (1996).

Click here to download a list of selected works for solo flute. 

CELLO

Jexper Holmen’s short cello solo is named after the great hornet, Europe's largest wasp. It is usually an extremely peaceful creature, quite unlike the music which is grim and aggressive.
Click the image to watch a performance of Jexper Holmen's 'Vespa Crabro' (2004).

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HARP

The program note of Simon Steen-Andersen's 'History of My Instrument' reads: “... perhaps Carlos Salzedo said it best in this excerpt from an article published in the January, 1952 issue of Etude Magazine: ‘Music is meant to be heard, but also to be looked at - otherwise radio would have long ago supplanted the concert stage which, fortunately, it has not’ ...” - Yolanda Kondonassis: 'On Playing the Harp'
Click the image to watch a performance of Simon Steen-Andersen's 'History of my Instrument'.

GUITAR

Simon Steen-Andersen's 'Beloved Brother' consists of two movements from J.S. Bach's 'Capriccio' in Bb arranged for "backside" guitar. If one dampens the strings of a guitar at the bridge and then taps a tone (hitting it with the finger on the fretboard without plucking it with the other hand) one only hears the “back side” of the string sounding. This “backside guitar” has many similarities with the clavichord, the instrument that Bach's piece was most likely originally written for. 

Click the image to watch a performance of Simon Steen-Andersen's 'Beloved Brother'.

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