Trubcher Music Editions (Trubcher Publishing) is a United Kingdom business, established in 2008 and based in the south of England. It is owned and managed by Roz Trubger, and also has an office in Slovenia, where Roz and her partner, Colin Hind, are renovating an old farm into a music and education centre with self catering apartments. Every aspect of the editions published by Trubcher is undertaken in house by Roz & Colin, from editing to printing and book binding. So Roz and Colin are knowledgeable and personally able to answer all enquiries about the editions. Roz answers questions about music, flute teaching and arranging, whilst Colin responds to technical questions. Colin is also a qualified and highly experienced language teacher, offering specialist English lessons [also by Skype] to music teachers and professionals.
We attend flute festivals regularly and by request - we go to them they are fun :)
non-reflective paper is used for printing and carefully sourced to be best quality eco-friendly.
Roz Trubger (B.Mus; Cert.Ed.) says: 'I got into the business of publishing just by chance, so the intervening years have all been a steep learning curve for me. Previously for 40 years, I had been a professional flute player and educator, and this is why so many of our editions are based on that experience. Especially the A-Lister flute & flute 2 editions. Essentially, I write everything for me and for my students so, when I create arrangements, I play all the parts to ensure that they are good and suitable for the instrument.. In addition, Colin and I listen to our customers, especially at flute festivals where they visit our stand and chat. Then we follow up suggestions and requests made by them. We also accept high quality submissions for publication. Since 1999, I have been an enthusiastic music archaeologist, digging around in European libraries to find unjustly neglected works, many of which I have published, including the First Edition of the Symphony no. 2 by Giovanni Sgambati. I receive invitations happily to write or talk about these works and their composers, including taking part in a BBC Proms Event'.