Category Archives: Monday Postings

Beethoven’s “Unfinished” (compositions)

Ludwig van Beethoven is one of those composers among the … 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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“You can count on me” – Debussy’s arrangement of “Minstrels” for violin and piano

Arrangements have on occasion already come up for discussion in … Continue reading

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Christmas Blog

Dear Reader, We most warmly thank you today for your … Continue reading

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“It’s all so wonderful!” On the new edition of Mozart’s string quartets

A few weeks ago I began editorial work on a … Continue reading

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Spohr and Crusell join the club – new Urtext editions for clarinet

Musicians have long known that not only pianists and string … Continue reading

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Read the end first!

Come on now, fess up! Haven’t you sometimes thumbed through … Continue reading

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The new Catalogue of Works of Ludwig van Beethoven

On 1 November 2014 G. Henle Verlag is publishing a … 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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Composing made easy? On Erik Satie’s ‘Nocturnes’

It was not without good reason that the label ‘outsider’ … Continue reading

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