Monthly Archives: September 2013

A forgery? And if so, by whom? On the closing bars in Mozart’s Wind Quintet K. 452

The autograph of Mozart’s piano quintet for piano and four … Continue reading

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High time for the low register – the double bass conquers the Henle catalogue

The strings, together with the main instrument, piano, have all … Continue reading

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Ossia and Da Capo – Confusion in Schumann’s Papillons, Op. 2

Sometimes a conundrum can’t be solved, even when the source … Continue reading

Posted in Alfred Cortot, autograph, Claudio Arrau, dynamics, first edition, Jörg Demus, Monday Postings, Papillons op. 2 (Schumann), piano solo, Schumann, Robert, Sviatoslav Richter, variant reading, Wilhelm Kempff | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment