Our Tierolff publications are quickly recognizable by the different types of covers used for the cover of the score. Below we take a look at them.
For concert band we use:
The purple cover for Film music;
The grey cover for Pop/Rock/Musical and Evergreen music;
The blue cover with trumpet for (mostly) original band music;
The blue cover (from light to dark blue) for the Artist Editions editions. These are original or transcriptions of musical works with a higher degree of difficulty (from grade 4 onwards), as the title Artist Editions suggests;
The green cover for arrangements and transcriptions of classical music;
The red cover for solo editions. This can be a solo for one soloist, but also a duo, trio or a complete section of the concert band;
The orange cover for parade or concert marches;
The red cover with the 'band', for music for young band or variable/flexible ensembles;
The brown one, for all other genres, such as slow music, a mass or adagio, but also for example Christmas music, opening fanfares, light genres, swing pieces and so on. A general cover that covers much more than one genre.
You will also see many covers of Himalaya Music, the music publisher which Tierolff represents worldwide.
For solo & ensemble music we use:
The cover with saxophone, this obviously refers to all music editions with saxophones: be it a solo, duo, trio, quartet or ensemble;
The grey cover for all other 'wooden' music publications: this could be a flute or oboe solo, but also a clarinet quartet or ensemble;
The gold cover for all publications relating to solo, duo, trio, quartet or ensemble music in which brass wind instruments are involved.
And last but not least: the yellow percussion cover refers to all percussion publications, drum bands, clarion corps, mallet bands, and so on…