Renie Trio for Harp, Violin, and Cello

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    paul-wren on #151456

    Any know where I can find the music? Have tried all the known sources, Lyra, Vanderbilt, L&H, No luck.


    unknown-user on #151457

    Hello Paul:

    I have a copy of the music to the Renie Trio. I can check for publication information and forward that to you. Have you contacted any European distributors? You may also want to contact a few harpists who worked with Renie, to see if they have extra copies they might let you purchase. If you discover the work is out of print and the publisher is not interested in reproducing a copy for you, I would be agreeable to providing you with a facsimilie copy, as long as we have approval from the publisher to Xerox.

    Best regards,

    Lynne Aspnes

    paul-wren on #151458

    Thanks so much Lynne. I would be willing to track this down if you could advance me the publshr information.

    MusikFind1 on #151459

    The work was listed in the Leduc Catalog but does not seem to be in the current sales or hire current catalog of Leduc or Presser.

    Renie, Henriette ( 1875 – 1956 )


    Trios Including Harp, String

    Publisher: Alphonse Leduc et cie.



    Agent: Robert King Music (Sales); Presser (rental)


    Contact Xavier de Maistre as the work as been recorded by him:

    Trio for Harp, Violin, and Cello

    Henriette Renie

    SOLOIST(S): Xavier de Maistre, harp

    Gold-medal winner of the 1998 USA International Harp Competition

    Ingolf Turban, violin

    Wen-Sinn Yang, cello

    Harmonia Mundi 911692


    Recordings Section of 2003 Lyon & Healy Master Catalog


    Xavier de Maistre CD $20.00


    Danse des Lutins


    Piece symphonique

    Trio pour harpe, violon et violoncelle

    Ballade fantastique

    At the age of twenty two, Xavier de Maistre was appointed solo harpist with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra of Munich, under their principal conductor Lorin Maazel, and three years later to the coveted position of solo harpist of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.

    In mai 2002, he became the first harpist to perform a concerto with the Vienna Philharmonic under the direction of Sir Andre Previn.

    Professor at the Hamburg Musik Hochschule.

    Agent contact form;

    paul-wren on #151460

    Thanks, I was doing some searching last night and found it in the Theo Presser site, I ordered it, just waiting for the email that tells me is in out of print.

    MusikFind1 on #151461


    lists the publisher as Paris, Gay & Tenton, o.J.

    American Harp Society Archives at Brigham Young University lists the publisher as

    Paris : L. Rouhier, [194-?]

    Trio, harpe (ou piano) violon et violoncelle

    Reni��, Henriette, 1875-1956.

    Personal Author: Reni��, Henriette, 1875-1956.

    Uniform title: Trio, harp, violin, violoncello

    Title: Trio, harpe (ou piano) violon et violoncelle / par H. Renie.

    Publication info: Paris : L. Rouhier, [194-?]

    Physical description: 1 score (67 p.) + 2 parts. 34 cm.

    General Note: Cover title.

    Local note: Pratt Harp Collection.

    Local note: Nebergall Harp Collection.

    Local note: Zingel, Harp, Violin, Violoncello.

    Subject term: Trios (Harp, violin, violoncello)–Scores and parts.

    Plate no.: L.R.278 Rouhier

    Holdings Music and Dance

    Copy Material Location

    M 372 .R45 T75 1940 Quarto 1 Music Score Due: 5/29/2006

    All copies currently checked out or unavailable (Estimated wait undetermined)


    Both of these publishers no longer exist as separate companies. Presser is trying to import a copy through Robert King who is the U.S. sales agent for Leduc.


    unknown-user on #151462

    Dear Ms. Aspnes,
    I’ve been searching for the trio as well, contacted Leduc, and they made me forward my quest to the French National Library, again with no success. I would be interested in a copy as well, if you can provide me with one. Just let me know you requirements. I have an address in the US, if it makes it easier.
    Thank you
    Sofia Ristic

    patricia-jaeger on #151463

    It is true, this Trio, published in 1900 is no longer available through the two companies on the cover of my copy, but it is in the music library of Sibley Music Library, belonging to Eastman School of Music, in Rochester, New York. From the Sibley Music Library web page on the Internet, type in Henriette Renie and then choose from the short list, Musical Scores. This composition will appear, and then you can contact

    paul-wren on #151464

    Just found this from this if anyone is interested.

    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #151465

    I’m pretty sure you can download this for free via or the Sibley Library.

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