Simpler Ordering! Direct from Brasstown Press

Direct from Brasstown Press

Good news – starting this summer, ordering from us got simpler. Now you can order the nine print books in our catalog direct from Brasstown Press.

We now offer sales via PayPal, shipped to you from BookLogix / Apex. No PayPal account is required. Use your credit card on their secure site, or your PayPal account if you prefer.

Rest assured, your payment information is not shared with Brasstown Press. It stays private and secure with PayPal.

Visit the Catalog pages to try it out! Order direct from Brasstown Press. Follow the simple steps and get your books delivered to your door.

IMC’s Five Little Books

The Orff Essentials Collection

(Of course, especially for those in education, you can still go through the usual channels – we continue to work with our valued partners, the music education distributors you know and love.)

Book Reviews! Orff Essentials Collection

We’re excited about these new book reviews! Take a look for yourself.

Just in – glowing reviews of our recent crop of publications, from Catherine West in Ostinato (Orff Canada) and Leslie Timmons in American Recorder. Can you tell we’re happy?

Links to the full book reviews of the Orff Essentials Collection appear below these excerpts.


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Making It Up As You Go

This collection of twenty-one essays from the pen of one of our most thoughtful pioneers is a landmark publication. … a collection to savour, to dip into and read in bits and pieces, or from cover to cover. It clarifies important, perhaps sometimes overlooked, understandings from the dawn of the development of Orff pedagogy and inspires belief in the model, and its ongoing relevance.

Catherine West, Ostinato.

Read Entire Review here.


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Recorder Improvisation and Technique

“Long-awaited new editions of invaluable material for music educators who teach recorder. …They provide the framework for a curriculum designed to develop comprehensive musicianship.”

Leslie Timmons, American Recorder.

Read Entire Review here.