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“Smfz” – On some unconventional dynamic markings in our Urtext editions

Dynamics are in a way the salt in the musical … Continue reading

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The melancholy horn – a short excursion into the monumental realm of Russian music

The repertoire of the G. Henle publishing house is traditionally … Continue reading

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Without words, but with a foreword – what’s new on Sergei Rachmaninoff’s “Vocalise”

Looking at the topics of the by now more than … Continue reading

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A wrong ‘D’ goes out into the world – Rachmaninoff’s Prélude in c sharp minor under the magnifying glass

The last blog posting on 6 January has already let … Continue reading

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Corelli, La Folia and Rachmaninoff’s Variations, Op. 42

In May and June 1931 Sergei Rachmaninoff composed his famous … Continue reading

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