The long awaited second collection of Raymond Scott electronica is finished. The album, titled Three Willow Park: Electronic Music from Inner Space, 1961-1971, will feature over 60 previously unreleased recordings by Scott from the decade before he left to work for Motown in L.A. Most of the tracks were recorded on devices he invented, and the Motown Electronium will be heard for the first time on disc. The 3-LP set, which serves as a companion to the Y2K 2-cd set Manhattan Research, Inc., is scheduled for release in 2017 on Basta, and will include a 20-page LP-sized booklet and a 300-page downloadable pdf of archival artifacts.
We have a sizeable collection of vintage and contemporary printed arrangements of Raymond Scott’s works. These charts are not commercially available, but we provide them in pdf format at no charge to interested musicians, conductors, bandleaders, and academic groups.
We have arrangements for piano, sextet (the famous Raymond Scott "Quintette"), and small orchestra (12-15 parts), as well as expanded arrangements. Some are transcriptions from Scott's recordings, others feature unusual instrumental settings, and some are simply basic lead sheets. There are three works arranged for solo accordion, as well as several titles arranged for piano-four hands by a young Leonard Bernstein. We even have charts for a handful of Scott's electronic works. All charts can be downloaded on this page.