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The world’s largest music fair opens its doors on 15 April

The Musikmesse Frankfurt 2015 will soon open its doors. We will be exhibiting our most recent Urtext editions, including the first six volumes in our new series “Am Klavier”. We’ll also be presenting this series on 17 April together with the experienced piano teacher Birgit Polter on the nmz stage in Hall 3.1. More »

An amusing story and a serious problem – On Mendelssohn’s first concert piece for clarinet, basset horn and piano

For composers, commissions or dedications of works could pay off, most of the time in cash or valuables. On the other hand, composing a music piece in return for preparing a meal would, however, be very unusual. More »

Video interview with Robert Levin

The musician, musicologist and composer Robert Levin has completed Mozart’s sonata fragments for piano and violin and unveiled them in a new Urtext edition. We talk about them with him in the video. More »

Reception for the Beethoven Catalogue of Works

An important day for Beethoven research! On 30 October 2014 G. Henle Publishers held a reception to unveil the new Beethoven Catalogue of Works. The "Thematisch-bibliographisches Werkverzeichnis" was presented to 150 guests at the Bavarian State Library. More »

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13.04. An amusing story and a serious problem – On Mendelssohn’s first concert piece for clarinet, basset horn and piano More »

30.03. On a terribly wrong dynamic marking in the first movement of K. 499 More »