Author Archives: Norbert Müllemann

About the difficulties of notating ornamentation – The riddle of a neighbouring trill tone in Chopin’s Berceuse

The topic “ornamentation” in music is truly endless. We have … Continue reading

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Scarlatti Sonatas, Volume IV – the ultimate choice

Though Domenico Scarlatti (1685–1757) was indeed born the same year … Continue reading

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The year of the flute – special new editions in the Henle catalogue

For some time past the G. Henle publishing house has … Continue reading

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Franz Xaver comes to Henle: On the 170th anniversary of the death of Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart (29 July 2014)

That Henle is a Mozart publisher should not come as … Continue reading

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Best until… How long does an accidental last?

Today’s musicians tend to react to the above question with … Continue reading

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Deluxe for the continuo group

What music do continuo players play from? This question might … Continue reading

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HN 555 – A printing error in CPE Bach’s sonata for solo flute?

These days our latest Urtext product comes from the prin­ter, … Continue reading

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“una corda” – “con sord.” – “mit Verschiebung”: How do I ‘mute’ my piano?

Many piano students are not going to believe their eyes … Continue reading

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‘Silent Night’ revisited

A blog entry on 24 December – how could it … Continue reading

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Scriabin plays Scriabin – Is the finale of the 3rd piano sonata too difficult?

Alexander Scriabin (1872–1915) was not only one of the outstanding … Continue reading

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