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Teaching the World to Play

Robert Schultz, composer, arranger, and editor, has achieved international fame during his career in the music publishing industry. The Schultz Piano Library, established in 1980, has included more than 500 publications of classical works, popular arrangements, and Schultz’s original compositions in editions for pianists of every level from the beginner through the concert artist. In addition to his extensive library of published works, Schultz’s output includes original orchestral works, chamber music, works for solo instruments, and vocal music. He currently devotes his full time to composing and arranging, writing from his studio in Miami, Florida.

Schultz has presented his published editions at workshops, clinics, and convention showcases throughout the United States and Canada. He is frequently engaged as an adjudicator for piano competitions and composition contents. Schultz is a long-standing member of ASCAP, has served as president of the Miami Music Teachers Association, and is an active member of numerous other professional music organizations. Schultz’s original piano compositions and transcriptions are featured on the compact disc recordings Visions of Dunbar and Tina Faigen Plays Piano Transcriptions, released on the ACA Digital label and available worldwide. His published original works for concert artists are noted in Maurice Hinson’s Guide to the Pianist’s Repertoire, Third Edition. Outstanding reviews in The American Music Teacher, Clavier, Piano Quarterly, and numerous other music periodicals reflect the enthusiasm with which his piano works have been received.

Music by Robert Schultz