Art Publication Society
The Art Publication Society was founded in 1912 in Saint Louis. The same year, the publishing house had a contest for original compositions for the piano. The publishing house was known for the comprehensive teaching books called The Progressive Series. One series was for music theory and the other was for piano. The other main publication for which the firm was known was the complete works of Leopold Godowsky. The company went out out of business sometime in the 1980's.
|35x||Cui||3 Esquisses mélodiques, Op.92||1913|
|114||Godowsky||Russian Suite No.1||1915|
|218||Godowsky||German Suite No.1||1915|
|341||Godowsky||Rigoletto Suite No.1||1915|
|342||Godowsky||Hungarian Suite No.1||1915|
|620||Liszt||6 Polish Songs, S.480 No.1)||1916|
|640||Moszkowski||6 Piano Pieces, Op.15||1923|
|703||Raff||Impromptu-valse, Op.94 Godowsky ed.||1915|
|725||Liszt||6 Polish Songs, S.480 (No.2)||1916|
|814||Liszt||6 Polish Songs, S.480 (No.4)||1923|
|913||Glinka||A Farewell to Saint Petersburg||1923|
- 1. library.duke.edu, accessed 11 August, 2011.