Violin Video: Susanna Yoko Henkel on Mozart’s Violin Concerto in A major K. 219
In 2013 we are presenting a new video interview with a violin expert and performer every month.
Susanna Yoko Henkel’s approaches Mozart’s violin music through the operas. It’s no wonder that the sought-after soloist describes the key to interpreting the violin concerto K. 219 as looking at it from a vocal perspective. So she often sings when she practises to find the right way to shape long phrases and the right tempo. Pour en savoir plus
Urtext talk in Tokyo
In what is probably the world’s largest music store – the Yamaha Ginza Shop in Tokyo the CEO of Henle Publishers, Dr. Wolf-Dieter Seiffert, gave a talk to a large number of guests on 17 October 2013. Pour en savoir plus
A busy afternoon at the publishing house
On 12 October Anne-Sophie Mutter visited the publishing house accompanied by the Friends of the Anne-Sophie Mutter Foundation e.V. The visitors were treated to a full and varied programme of events. Pour en savoir plus
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Catalogue “New Publications Autumn 2013”
We have just published our catalogue of New Publications Autumn 2013. It includes all the Henle Urtext editions, which are about to be published and will be released from now on until January 2014. Pour en savoir plus
Mozart21 – Urtext editions today
The publishing houses Breitkopf & Härtel and G. Henle Publishers are proud to present their cutting-edge Mozart Urtext editions for the 21st century under the title “Mozart21”. The project was launched at this year’s music fair in Frankfurt. Pour en savoir plus
Bente now honorary president of VG Musikedition
The former CEO of G. Henle Publishers, Dr. Martin Bente, has been appointed honorary president of VG Musikedition. Pour en savoir plus
“Awkward and strange” – but still a “shining treasure”!
In her essay “Zurück vom Ring”, Yaara Tal explores the work “En blanc et noir” by Claude Debussy, composed during World War I in 1915.
In it she reveals references to Richard Wagner.
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Cooperation with Kronberg Academy
It’s all about setting the right tone. But how? This is the question also posed by top musicians, professors and young soloists at the “Kronberg Academy”. G. Henle Publishers is using the 20th anniversary of this internationally renowned educational institution for string players as an opportunity to support it with its music editions and know-how.
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Come and see us in Frankfurt!
The Music Fair in Frankfurt is the largest international trade fair for sheet music, musical instruments, music software and accessories. This year it will be held from 10 to 13 April. During the four days of the fair, all of the leading manufacturers and publishers get together and present new products and trends.
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Violin video: Ingolf Turban on Paganini’s Capricci op. 1
In 2013 we will be placing a special emphasis on the violin and works for the violin. This includes video interviews with violin experts and performers. Ingolf Turban, the first guest on the red sofa at our publishing house, will be sharing important tips, tricks and ideas on how best to learn Nicolò Paganini’s 24 Capricci op. 1.
So please take a look at this fascinating video (length: 6:50 minutes) on a virtuoso gem of violin literature. Pour en savoir plus
Rhapsody in School
For years we’ve been supporting a music project that has what it takes: “Rhapsody in School”, set up by the pianist Lars Vogt. Instead of moaning about a supposed lack of interest amongst children and young people in “classical” music or trying to get every child to play an instrument, successful musicians visit schools and, thanks to their own enthusiasm and ability, awaken interest in music making amongst children. Pour en savoir plus
Hamelin plays Haydn
As an internationally renowned pianist, Marc-André Hamelin naturally often uses our editions. He is also greatly respected by G. Henle Publishers on account of his fingerings, which he has contributed to individual Urtext editions. Pour en savoir plus
Mozart: 18 sonates pour piano. 18 éditions.
Toutes les sonates pour piano de W. A. Mozart sont dès maintenant disponibles non seulement dans les deux recueils de référence, mais également dans des éditions Urtext séparées. Les avantages d’un seul coup d’œil: Pour en savoir plus
Audio samples for many editions
“What does the opening of this sonata sound like?” If you have ever asked yourself this or something similar about a work in our catalogue, you’ll now find some help on our website. Pour en savoir plus
Urtext Knowledge around the world
As a Sheet Music dealer he has been residing in Australia for well over thirty years by now. Hans-Helmut Suckau, being of German origin lives and successfully operates as a music wholesaler in Endeavour Hills - a Melbourne suburb approx. one hour away from the city centre. Especially the publications of Henle Verlag are close to his heart. Pour en savoir plus
Venez nous rendre visite à Francfort!
Le Salon international de la musique de Francfort est la plus grande exposition spécialisée de partitions, d’instruments et de logiciels de musique, mais aussi de tout autre produit en rapport avec la musique. L’édition 2012 aura lieu du 21 au 24 mars. Durant ces quatre jours, tous les importants fabricants se rencontrent et font étalage de leurs nouveautés. Pour en savoir plus
Two "Best Edition" 2012 awards
G. Henle Publishers has been honoured with the German Music Edition Prize 2012 for two separate publications. On 23 March 2012 at the Frankfurt Music Fair, a volume in the Joseph Haydn Complete Edition and the Chronological thematic catalogue of the works of Max Reger and their sources were awarded "Best Edition". Pour en savoir plus
„Willkommen – Bienvenue – Welcome!“
Bienvenue! Chères visiteuses, chers visiteurs de notre homepage. Ici, tout est nouveau. Jugez plutôt. Pour en savoir plus
Jinnge Yan remporte le premier prix de l’ International Telekom Beethoven Competition Bonn 2011
Tous les lauréats de l’International Telekom Beethoven Competition Bonn de cette année sont désormais connus. Lors de la grande finale du concours, le jury a décerné, devant les spectateurs enthousiastes de la Beethovenhalle, le premier prix au Chinois Jingge Yan. Les 2e et 3e prix ont été attribués au Coréen Chi Ho Han et au Français Rémi Geniet. Pour en savoir plus