I'm not sure if this should be in "Repertoire" or "General", so I apologise if this is in the wrong place. A cursory search seems to indicate this subject has not been discussed here before, so again I apologise if I'm going over old ground. Some of you Mompou fans will be aware that his widow, Carmen Bravo, who was 30 years his junior, and could thus statistically have been expected to survive him by a considerable number of years despite him attaining the remarkable age of 94, in fact survived him by nearly 20 years, and died in 2007. After her death, as is noted in Wikipedia's Mompou entry, about 80 unpublished and hitherto unknown works were discovered in their home and in the National Library of Catalonia. Some were given performances by Jordi Masó and Mac McClure in 2008 and by Marcel Worms (http://www.marcelworms.com/pressrelease20090911.html) in 2009. After I recently ordered some sheet music mail order from Barcelona (by the mystery composer of my quiz question), I seem to have ended up on the distributor's emailing list, and the first message I received, just a week ago, draws attention to the announcement they (Editorial Boileau) made last February to the effect that they have published the piano pieces involved, in 3 volumes. I am quite tempted to treat myself, although they are quite expensive at over 60 Euros for the set. A copy of the announcement is at (http://www.boileau-music.com/vernoticia ... 0&idioma=6) and if you go to the bottom of the big black-framed area, just above the list of "more news", there are individual links to each of the three volumes, each of which helpfully has a "look inside" preview of selected pages. Recall that Wikipedia mentions that "his music is rooted in the chord Gb-C-Eb-Ab-D, which he called the Barri de Platja, or Beach Quarter". Well, it is particularly interesting that in volume 1 there is to be found a pair of pieces called "Dues Impressions" (Two Impressions), one of which is actually called "Barri de Platja"! Luckily its first page is one of the ones in the preview and we can see that it does indeed feature exactly that chord (except that it involves an F#, technically not quite the same thing as a Gb). There is also, in volume 3, a "new" Cançó i Dansa.