Author Archives: Norbert Müllemann

“A Little Spring Melody”– finally in Urtext!

Many a reader will be thinking, I must be mistaken … Continue reading

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Gidon Kremer on the occasion of his 70th birthday

As early as September 2015 Dr Wolf-Dieter Seiffert, CEO of … Continue reading

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Deluxe for the continuo group – Part II: Telemann

It was nearly three years ago, on 17 February 2014, … Continue reading

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Johann Jacob Froberger on his 400th birthday

Many Urtext enthusiasts will already have noticed in 2014 that … Continue reading

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Anton Webern: Now also “in blue”!

We are always welcoming new composers to our Henle catalogue. … Continue reading

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“… more or less at the most extreme limit of what can be achieved on the piano”: Busoni arranges Bach

The second edition naming the two composers, Bach · Busoni, … Continue reading

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Confusion about ties in Chopin’s Scherzo in b minor

That Chopin variants can be exasperating to an editor – … Continue reading

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What’s new with Liszt’s b-minor sonata

  With barely concealed exasperation Clara Schumann writes on 25 … Continue reading

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Who does the pedalling? On the use of the pedal in music for piano duets

Nowadays we automatically associate music for piano duet with the … Continue reading

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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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