Tag Archives: Schubert

The accent question in Schubert: An old theme with new variations

Anyone working with Schubert’s autographs inevitably runs up sooner or … Continue reading

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Why facsimiles, actually?

The blue Urtext editions certainly amount to the lion’s share … Continue reading

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Schubert deletes, Brahms restores. On the first of the three posthumous piano pieces (Impromptus) D 946 by Franz Schubert

Schubert did not live to see the publication of his … Continue reading

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Gratis, but not for nothing – the download of the Lalo cello concerto

Whilst browsing through the Henle publishers’ catalogue you may occasionally … Continue reading

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Setting, version, arrangement – how far may Urtext go?

It is part and parcel of the idea of a … Continue reading

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Getting the accents right. On the Rondo theme in Schubert’s “Arpeggione” Sonata (3rd movement)

 Tabea Zimmermann, the fabulous violist, writes:

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