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Franz Xaver comes to Henle: On the 170th anniversary of the death of Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart (29 July 2014)

That Henle is a Mozart publisher should not come as … Continue reading

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Where does the key/clef go? About a problematic passage in Schumann’s F-major string quartet

Fans of the humourist Wilhelm Busch will certainly be reminded … Continue reading

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The lord of the low tones – Tobias Glöckler in conversation about Dragonetti’s “Famous Solo”

The double bass entered the Henle publishers’ catalogue a few … Continue reading

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Deluxe for the continuo group

What music do continuo players play from? This question might … Continue reading

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D or C♯? What does Ravel want the violinist to play in “Tzigane”?

Maurice Ravel’s concert rhapsody “Tzigane” is known to exist in … Continue reading

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Totally, seriously – clearing it out is part of it!

Any of you who not only had a hearty laugh … Continue reading

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How much verbal text can music tolerate?

A serious scholarly book publication can be recognized by the … Continue reading

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‘Silent Night’ revisited

A blog entry on 24 December – how could it … Continue reading

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