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The George Lloyd Music Library 


The George Lloyd Music Library publishes of all of Lloyd's orchestral and choral and chamber work. His music for Brass and Wind is published by Music Sales and Boosey & Hawkes.  

The George Lloyd Music Library is housed in specially converted premises in the Upper Kent valley, near Kendal in Cumbria. Set in a beautiful rural location between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales National Parks, the library maintains the collection of full scores, study scores, perusal scores, orchestral sets, vocal scores, and performance material. This material is available for sale, for hire, or for study.

The library houses all of Lloyd's personal copies of his scores, marked for performance and recording, together with an archive of biographical material including catalogued correspondence, photographs, concert programmes and other ephemera.

The original manuscripts were acquired by The British Library in 2013, Lloyd's centenary year, and that Library has provided us with high definition digital scans.
Other library resources, available to members of The George Lloyd Society, include a comfortable meeting room, computer and audio facilities, and a small performance venue with George Lloyd's own Erard piano.  An adjoining self-contained cottage may be available for short stays by arrangement. 

Catalogue: Sales and Hire

Please click on the relevant link in the Music Library drop-down menu to see a catalogue of works, with details of instrumentation, performance history, recording history, Sales Price Lists and Hire Price Lists. 

The George Lloyd Music Library

Tel: 01539 824008 Kendal, Cumbria.  

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