Category Archives: new source

Editions also have their histories. The revision of César Franck’s violin sonata

The question of why from time to time editions in … 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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The music world will sit up and take notice! On the new Urtext edition of Mozart’s Piano Sonata in A Major KV 331

You presumably know Mozart’s A-major Piano Sonata KV 331 (with … 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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What’s the shelf life of Urtext? Revising at Henle publishers

When you look carefully at our recent publications you’ll also … Continue reading

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