Paul Revere Awards, 2014
The 2014 Paul Revere Awards for Graphic Excellence were announced during the 2014 annual meeting of the Music Publishers Association on June 6 in New York City. The awards are named in honor of Paul Revere, who was, in addition to being a Revolutionary War-era hero, one of America’s earliest printers.
E.B. Marks is proud to have won one 1st prize award in the category of Cover Design Featuring Graphic Elements for Elephant Breath, a percussion quartet by Evan Hause published by Hal Leonard and featuring a bright, cartoonish pen-and-ink drawing by none other than composer William Bolcom. (Bolcom also previously drew his own cover art for the 1985 publication of his Second Violin Sonata.) Marks Music also won 2nd Prize in the category of Choral Music Engraving for William Bolcom’s Satires, engraved and designed by Evan Hause, and also published by Hal Leonard.
The awards are for publications between April 1, 2013 and March 31, 2014, and were judged by a panel of experts. Chaired by Metropolitan Opera Chief Librarian Robert Sutherland, the adjudication committee consisted of: New York Philharmonic Principal Librarian Lawrence Tarlow; graphic designer Dennis Suplina; composer/music editor Philip Rothman of New York Music Services; and composer George Boziwick, chief of the music division at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.
The complete list of winners may currently be found at this account of the MPA annual meeting by “New Music Box.“
June 11, 2014