Editions

Trekel Pub. Co. Hamburg (Trekel Verlag Hamburg). www.trekel.de

Over the years, Bernard Hebb has been the editor of a guitar series published by the Joachim Trekel Publishing Co. of Hamburg. This series includes solo, duet, and pedagogical material,
the following being a selection from this series.
 

Number Combination Name Composer
T 630 2 Guitars Sonata E Major Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757)
T 631 Solo Guitar Menuetto Op. 78 Franz Schubert (1797-1757)
T 632 Solo Guitar *10 Selected Pieces John Playford (ca. 1623-1694)
T 633 Solo Guitar 3 Pieces ca 1500 Anonymus (Renaissance)
T 634 Solo Guitar Suite in D Gaspar Sanz (1640-1710)
T 640 Solo Guitar 3 Pieces (1972) Wolfgang Andreas Schultz (Living composer)
T 642 Solo Guitar 2 Galliards John Dowland (1562-1626)
T 643 Solo Guitar Corrant & Alman Anonymus (Renaissance)
Robert Johnson (1583-1633)
T 645 Solo Guitar Passacaglia in D Major Esaias Reussner (1636-1679)
T 651 1-3 Guitars *Western Songs Bernard Hebb (b.1941)
T 654 1-2 Guitars *Modern Piecas Hans-Georg Lotz (1934-2001)
T 657 Solo Guitar Moods (1972) Bernard Hebb (b.1941)

* Pedagogical editions that range from easy to intermediate

Publisher Vogt & Fritz (Verlag Vogt & Fritz) Friederich-Stein-Straße 10, 97421 Schweinfurt, Germany
Bernard Hebb´s interest in the baroque guitar composer Robert de Visée and his use of the guitar as a chamber music instrument, resulted in an edition of three suites for oboe (melody instrument) and classic guitar. Three Suites (Drei Suiten) by Robert de Visée V&F 1096
edited by Helmut Schaarschmidt and Bernard Hebb
It includes:
Suite in D Minor
Suite in D Major
Suite in G Minor
The edition also has a facsimile of Robert de Visée´s original edition. 

The Suites in D Minor and D Major have also been recorded by Helmut Schaarschmidt and Bernard Hebb on CD:

“MUSIC FOR OBOE AND GUITAR” Entrée Series (CHE 0040-2)
Christophorus – a Label of MusiContact GmbH
Heuauerweg 21
69124 Heidelberg (Germany)
1983 © 1993
 

Amazing Music World ( www.amazingmusicworld.de ) is a distributor of digitalized music. Two new editions of music for two guitars, “Mallorca and Castilla” by Isaac Albéníz (1860-1909), have been edited by Bernard Hebb and co-editor Oliver Eidam.