Author Archives: Annette Oppermann

A peek through the keyhole – Bartók’s “Allegro barbaro” as forerunner of the complete edition

With Béla Bartók, we have added a new composer to … Continue reading

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From zero to a hundred in seven years: Beethoven’s wind chamber music at Henle publishers

The fact that the winds first found their way into … Continue reading

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Urtext and Urcontext

In our blog we have certainly already discussed the Urtext … Continue reading

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Does it work or doesn’t it? About page turns in the music

Haven’t you, too, sometimes wondered in a concert why the … Continue reading

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Better late than never: Leoš Janáček at Henle publishers

It is always a special moment whenever a new name … Continue reading

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Read the end first!

Come on now, fess up! Haven’t you sometimes thumbed through … Continue reading

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The lord of the low tones – Tobias Glöckler in conversation about Dragonetti’s “Famous Solo”

The double bass entered the Henle publishers’ catalogue a few … Continue reading

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Why facsimiles, actually?

The blue Urtext editions certainly amount to the lion’s share … 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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“Adelaide” – a song goes round the world

The German art song does indeed famously enjoy great popularity, … Continue reading

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