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Sources of Printed Scores


You can obtain copies of Cox and Box scores from the following sources. They offer online, or at least
e-mail, ordering, and shipment to anywhere in the world.

  • R.Clyde Music Publisher — A music publisher specializing in the works of Arthur Sullivan, with an emphasis on his non-Gilbert works. Offers for sale a vocal score and full score for Cox and Box, as well as the vocal score for The Zoo. In addition, they have for hire vocal scores and orchestral parts for The Chieftain, The Contrabandista, Cox and Box, Haddon Hall, and The Zoo.
  • Note8 Music Typesetting and Publishing — specializing in Gilbert and Sullivan orchestra materials. Typeset conductor's scores and orchestra parts for The Sorcerer, Princess Ida, and Cox and Box. Rental of manuscript orchestra parts for H.M.S. Pinafore, Patience, Iolanthe, The Mikado, and The Yeomen of the Guard.
  • SheetMusicPlus Sheet Music Plus — The ultimate online sheet music source. They have over 336,000 titles to choose from, and you can order online. Flat rate shipping of $2.99 per order to any US address. Click on the following links to go directly to their Cox and Box score sales pages:
      Kalmus Vocal Score (Savoy Version)   Reprint source: Boosey & Hawkes. Published by Edwin F. Kalmus.
      Vocal Score   Boosey and Hawkes Stage Works. Published by Boosey & Hawkes.
      Vocal Score  Edited by Marty Winkler. 68 pages. Published by Edwin F. Kalmus.
      Kalmus Full Score   For full orchestra, solo voices, mixed chorus, chamber orchestra: 1, 1, 2, 1 - 2, 2, 2, 0, percussion, strings (2.2.1.1.1). Reprint source: Boosey & Hawkes. Published by Edwin F. Kalmus.
  • Vocal scores and libretti of Cox and Box may be rented from St. David's Players of Cullompton, Exeter, England. Send queries to Ian Bond.
  • Ray Walker has available for purchase a reprint of the Boosey second edition (with full dialogue as in Morton's play) of the score from about 1869/71. The first edition lullaby is bound in at the back along with background notes and two sample pages from Morton's play. Duration 65 minutes. 80 pages. £14, plus postage (£5.50 to the United States). Requires money order in Sterling made out to Ray Walker, 6 Lindow Fold Drive, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 6DT, England. Telephone 01625 530030.

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