“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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Violin video: Igor Ozim on Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto
An video interview with the violin maestro, Igor Ozim, on Mendelssohn’s masterpiece, in which he talks about his lifelong musical experience, the different ways he has approached learning and reworking the concerto, as well as the importance of one particular violinist for Mendelssohn while composing it.
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.
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. More
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. More
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. More
Mozart: 18 piano sonatas. 18 editions.
As of now, all of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s piano sonatas are available from G. Henle Publishers not only in the proven two collected volumes but also as single Urtext editions. The benefits at a glance: More
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. More
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. More
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". More
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 21 to 24 March. During the four days of the fair, all of the leading manufacturers and publishers get together and present new products and trends. More
„Willkommen – Bienvenue – Welcome!“
Welcome to the Henle home page dear visitor! Everything is new – please have a look around. More
Jingge Yan wins first prize in the Telekom Beethoven Competition Bonn 2011
The winners of this year’s International Telekom Beethoven Competition Bonn have been chosen. In the grand final of the competition, before an enthusiastic audience, the jury in the Beethovenhalle awarded first prize to Jingge Yan from China. Chi Ho Han from Korea and Rémi Geniet from France were awarded the second and third prizes. More