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Edition Elm was established in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1999 by the trombonist and arranger Ivaylo Hristov. Our large catalogue includes sheet music and scores of contemporary Bulgarian music for trombone and bass trombone accompanied by piano, organ, harp or orchestra, full orchestra scores and also arrangements for trombone ensembles and for brass quintet.

We present premiere publications of works by Pantcho Vladigueroff, composed in 1970s – Urtext editions of great master's last piano opuses as well as his complete works for two pianos.

Renowned artists and pedagogues tend to encourage our efforts in spreading Bulgarian musical heritage out with their reviews and comments.

Edition Elm is a member of the Bulgarian copyright society Musicauthor.

Brass Quintet Music

Ludwig van Beethoven – Ode to Joy – Alla Marcia from Symphony No. 9, op. 125

Arranged for Brass Quintet by Ivaylo Hristov.

Percussions ad libitum: bass drum, cymbals and triangle.

This famous chorus – nowadays known as The Anthem of Europe – is preceded here by the marching band section. The arrangement cleverly keeps close to the original score and fits perfectly with the sonority of the brass ensemble. It is suitable for any kind of festivities and can also be performed together with a choir and solo tenor.

3' 13"

Penko Gelev.



Trombone Ensembles

Johannes Brahms – Hungarian Dances 3, 5 & 7

for trombone quartet

Selected and arranged by Ivaylo Hristov.

Johannes Brahms – Hungarian Dance No. 3


Trombone and Bass Trombone Solos

Franz Liszt – Hosannah! – Choral for Trombone and Organ, S677

An original composition by Franz Liszt.

Organ and solo part

Franz Liszt – Hosannah!


Two Pianos Scores & Parts

Grigorash Dinicu – Pantcho VladigueroffPancho Vladigerov – Hora staccato w/o opus, for two pianos, Urtext

Originally for symphony orchestra composed in 1942.


2' 30"

Dinicu–Vladigueroff – Hora staccato w/o opus


Pantcho Vladigueroff Urtext Series

Pantcho VladigueroffPancho Vladigerov – Bulgarian Suite op. 21, for two pianos, Urtext

Originally for piano, composed in 1926 and for symphony orchestra, composed in 1927.

Quasi marcia, Song, Chorovodna, Ratschenitza


26' 20"

P. Vladigueroff – Suite bulgare op. 21 – I. Quasi marcia

P. Vladigueroff – Suite bulgare op. 21 – II. Chant

P. Vladigueroff – Suite bulgare op. 21 – III. Chorovodna

P. Vladigueroff – Suite bulgare op. 21 – IV. Ratchenitza



Pantcho VladigueroffPantcho Vladigueroff – In Bright Colours – works for two pianos by Pancho Vladigerov in his own transcriptions from 1976-77, performed by the piano duo Pantcho Vladiguerov Jr. and Dimo Dimov. CD Audio & Video.

Suite bulgare op. 21, 1926

Mar Dimitro lyo op. 23, No. 2, 1931

Bilyana op. 23, No. 6, 1931

Hora staccato w/o opus, 1942

Foxtrot w/o opus, 1925

In Bright Colours – a film about Vladigerov and his music.

Mar Dimitro lyo (excerpt)

Foxtrot (excerpt)

Edition Elm 2402
2008 • Ⓟ 201920


Roumen Balyozov – Three Pieces for solo clarinet

  • Ritual
  • Elegie
  • Moto Perpetuo
  • Three Pieces for solo clarinet (composed in 1981) are dedicated to the famous Bulgarian clarinet player Atanas Kolev. This composition was premiered at the festival New Bulgarian Music in 1982 and holds the Annual Chamber Music Award of the Union of Bulgarian Composers for the same year.

    Roumen Balyozov – Three Pieces – Moto Perpetuo


    Piano Sheet Music

    Mario Angelov – Bagatelles for piano

    To my Boryana

  • Prelude
  • Little Song
  • Valse
  • Etude
  • Dance
  • Five small and easy piano pieces for children called Bagatelles are dedicated to composer's daughter who was in the age of four when they were written.