The English firm Lengnick was founded in 1893 by Alfred Lengnick, but later joined Schott shortly after the latter's demise while retaining its name. It promoted the Simrock catalogue (Brahms Dvorak etc) in the UK and also published contemporary British composers such as Arnold and Rubbra. The firm was acquired in 1991 by Complete Music Ltd. as its classical division.
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|2392||Chopin||Polonaises, Op.40 (no.1, ed. Thomas Dunhill)||1916|
|3001||Dvořák||8 Humoresques, Op.101 (no.1, arr. Moffat)||1922|
|3111a||Dvořák||Gypsy Songs, Op.55 (ed. Percy Pinkerton)||1912|
|3601||Dohnányi||Suite en valse, Op.39a||1948|
|3736||Bate, Stanley||Violin Sonata No.1, Op.47||1951|
|4504||Rubbra||String Quartet No.4, Op.150 (score)||1977|