New Publications

Leos Janácek

Mládí (Youth) - Suite for Wind instruments for Flute/Piccolo, Oboe, Clarinet (B flat), Horn (F), Bassoon, Bass Clarinet (B flat)

Urtext Edition

Claude Debussy

Minstrels from Préludes I for Violin and Piano

Urtext Edition

Edward Elgar

Salut d'amour op. 12 for Violoncello and Piano

Urtext Edition

Henle News

Video: First edition of Mozart’s Sonata in A major following the discovery of the Budapest manuscript

Which parts of the manuscript were found? What changes have there been to the musical text? How did the new fingering come about? You’ll find the answers to these questions as well as other ones concerning the extraordinary new edition of Mozart’s Piano Sonata in A major K 331 in this video. More »

Photo competition: Win a signed Urtext edition

Are you a music lover who displays and organizes our blue Henle Urtext editions at home? If so, why not take a photo of them and send it to us. More »

Who does the pedalling? On the use of the pedal in music for piano duets

Nowadays we automatically associate music for piano duet with the 19th century. It is the very definition of the domestic-music genre. More »

The winners of the Henle piano competition 2015

166 young pianists between the ages of 6 and 11 took part in our piano competition on YouTube – their enthusiasm is plain for all to see and hear. Each one of them played a piece from Robert Schumann’s “Album für die Jugend” (Album for the Young). We would like to thank all of them for their enthusiastic participation – we were really delighted to see this.  More »

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20.07. Who does the pedalling? On the use of the pedal in music for piano duets More »

06.07. “Please don’t play it as it’s written in the music!” – Urtext and playability More »

22.06. Tristan at Troldhaugen – interesting finds in Grieg’s “Lyric Pieces” More »