Author Archives: Annette Oppermann

Read the end first!

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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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Totally, seriously – clearing it out is part of it!

Any of you who not only had a hearty laugh … Continue reading

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How much verbal text can music tolerate?

A serious scholarly book publication can be recognized by the … Continue reading

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What’s the shelf life of Urtext? Revising at Henle publishers

When you look carefully at our recent publications you’ll also … Continue reading

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“Rock” or “stone”? Schumann’s text changes in “Liederkreis” op. 39 on poems by Joseph von Eichendorff

You know the Lorelei? You know that from the high … Continue reading

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The “Creation” starting from scratch: Joseph Haydn’s sketches in the Complete Edition

It is probably well enough known that in the G. … Continue reading

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