Faber Music






Faber Music is one of the leading independent British publishers of classical, contemporary, film & TV, pop and printed music, enjoying a reputation as one of the most influential publishers of serious contemporary classical music in the world.

Notable works and writers:

Classical
Benjamin Britten - Death in Venice, Nocturnal after John Dowland, Third String Quartet, Three Suites for Cello
Thomas Adès - Asyla, Powder Her Face, The Tempest
Malcolm Arnold - Four Cornish Dances, Four Irish Dances
George Benjamin - At First Light, Written on Skin
Oliver Knussen - Where the Wild Things Are, Higglety Pigglety Pop
Ralph Vaughan Williams - Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis, The Wasps
Danny Elfman - Violin Concerto
Howard Goodall - Eternal Light
Nigel Hess - A Christmas Overture

 

Film & TV
Carl Davis - Cranford, Pride and Prejudice
Howard Goodall - The Vicar of Dibley, Red Dwarf
Jonny Greenwood - There Will Be Blood
Paul Englishby - Luther

 

Shows
Faber Music administers the lyric interest in Andrew Lloyd Weber’s “Cats”

 

Faber Alt.
Keaton Henson, Boy Azooga, BC Camplight, Pablo Nouvelle, Penelope Isles, Phoria