New Publications

Robert Schumann

Introduction and Allegro appassionato for Piano and Orchestra op. 92

Urtext Edition

Maurice Ravel

Sonata for Violin and Violoncello

Urtext Edition

Joseph Haydn

Sinfonias from ca. 1770-1774

Complete Edition with critical report

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‘Servant of two masters’ – when the editor is caught between two composers

The basic idea behind an Urtext edition is well known; it is a composition edited in such a way that it corresponds to the composer’s will, ending up the ‘definitive version’ as a rule. Yet what about having to consider two wills und a ‘pair’ of definitive versions…? More »

Reading music: new video clips of our study scores

Blue and yellow, incisive, clear, practical – these are the characteristics of our study scores, the Urtext series in a convenient format for reading.

Four short, new video clips show situations in which these pocket editions are particularly useful. More »

Catalogue “New Publications Spring 2014”

We have just published our catalogue of New Publications Spring 2014. It includes all the Henle Urtext editions, which are about to be published. More »

Answers from all around the world: Online survey about the publishing house comes to a very successful close

Last December our online survey about the publishing house and its tasks was completed. It lasted over two years. One of the first things we saw: An overwhelming number of people took part. This great response could be seen across all of the five languages in which the study was conducted. More »

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