Faber Music. Mus. publishing branch of book publishers Faber & Faber; est. 1964, becoming separate co. 1966. Catalogue incl. mus. by Britten, Holst, Arnold, G. Benjamin, R. Smalley, Harvey, Muldowney, Howard Blake, C. and D. Matthews, Knussen, and Vaughan Williams, in addition to works by Mahler and Schoenberg and by It. Baroque composers.
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