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Talking Henle Editions: A Carnival Story

The seasons are moving on and the year’s fifth season … Continue reading

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What “der Weihnachtsmann” has in common with “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star”

Lights sparkle, candles glow, children’s eyes shine…it’s Christmastime again. Anticipation … Continue reading

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Summer break

Time flies! Summer has arrived and our blog is taking … Continue reading

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Here comes the Fifth Season – just like every other year!

Once again it’s time to celebrate Carnival all over the … Continue reading

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Christmas Blog

It is not only the Christmas season that comes around … Continue reading

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Summer break

Even our composers are known to have taken time off … Continue reading

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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

Dear Reader, we most warmly thank you for your interest … Continue reading

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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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