Preferred book binders?

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hautbois baryton
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Preferred book binders?

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Hi folks,

I'm getting ready for my latest work to be printed and bound at my usual service.

I've dedicated this piece to the soloist and would love to give her a deluxe bound edition (think leather-bound hardback...) of the score.

Does anyone know of, or have used any print houses/publishers that would be able to do such a thing?
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benwiggy
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Re: Preferred book binders?

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If you search for printer/binders that specialise in PhD thesis binding, you'll find firms that can leather bind individual copies at reasonable cost.

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OCTO
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Re: Preferred book binders?

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If stay-flat is needed than it is a more advanced technique involved.
Check this: viewtopic.php?f=13&t=482
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