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Domenico Dragonetti

"The Famous Solo" pour contrebasse et orchestre

Edition Urtext

Franz Schubert

Octuor en Fa majeur D 803 pour clarinette (Si bémol/Ut), basson, cor (Fa/Ut), 2 violons, alto, violoncelle, contrebasse

Edition Urtext

Franz Schubert

Octuor en Fa majeur D 803 pour clarinette (Si bémol/Ut), basson, cor (Fa/Ut), 2 violons, alto, violoncelle, contrebasse

Edition Urtext

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Composing made easy? On Erik Satie’s ‘Nocturnes’

It was not without good reason that the label ‘outsider’ stuck to Satie. As of his earliest compositions he was in search of alternatives to the tonal harmony that was still the unquestioned convention when he began his training at the Paris Conservatoire (1879–87). Pour en savoir plus »

Catalogue “New Publications Autumn 2014”

We have just published our catalogue of "New Publications Autumn 2014". It includes all the Henle Urtext editions, which are about to be published. Pour en savoir plus »

Marc-André Hamelin talks about Sergei Rachmaninoff

He is a master of the piano and acclaimed around the world on account of his outstanding technique: the pianist Marc-André Hamelin. He has provided the fingerings for our new Urtext editions of Rachmaninoff. Pour en savoir plus »

Seiffert now chairman of university board

The board of the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München elects Seiffert, managing director of G. Henle Verlag, as their director –

Dr. Wolf-Dieter Seiffert, since 2000 managing director of G. Henle Publishers, has unanimously been elected chairman of the board of trustees of the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München.
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29.09. Composing made easy? On Erik Satie’s ‘Nocturnes’ Pour en savoir plus »

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