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The Trill of Doom – The pianist András Schiff’s revelatory study of Schubert’s final sonata

By guest author Alex Ross[1] “What other work is so … Continue reading

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Carnival Quiz

Carnival, Mardi Gras, Fasching: Today, Carnival Monday (“Rosenmontag” in German) … Continue reading

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Christmas Blog

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At what tempo does Ravel’s Pavane “die”?

During my assistantship this past year as Henlean, I was … Continue reading

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Summer rest

We’re getting ready to travel and of course our Urtext-editions … Continue reading

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Sensational new source: a previously unknown Carnivalssong by Beethoven!

The new series PianoPlus is an ideal entry and re-access … Continue reading

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Christmas Blog

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Summer Rest

What would music be without rests? We’re following suit and … Continue reading

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Clarinet – Oboe – Horn. New chamber music by Carl Nielsen on the Henle agenda

Carl Nielsen (1865–1931) is probably best known as a prominent … Continue reading

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The sounding gardens of the Henleans – a short Urtext saga

n a small valley of Mt. Olympus a musical beauty … Continue reading

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