Author Archives: Annette Oppermann

A tear for or from Rossini?

November 13 marks the 150th anniversary of Gioacchino Rossini’s death, … Continue reading

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More or less – Bartók’s well-regulated markings of his piano works

To continue my last blog with an overview of our … Continue reading

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What?! Is it already Christmas now? New Bartók titles at Henle

Of course not, Christmas is out of the question only … Continue reading

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The many footnotes of Rosamunde

All good things come in threes – this is also … Continue reading

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‘But it says in the autograph…’ – on a frequently posed question about our Urtext editions

Are you also one of those manuscript hunters on the … Continue reading

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Small error, large impact! About a repeat sign wandering around “In the Mists”

Leoš Janáček’s magnificent chamber music that we’re publishing in collaboration … Continue reading

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A new star in the Henle firmament – Béla Bartók Complete Critical Edition

After nearly three decades the time was ripe for a … Continue reading

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Haydn’s complete cello concertos at Henle: 3, 8, 5 or 2?

To the question of how many cello concertos Joseph Haydn … Continue reading

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All good Viennese come in threes: Dittersdorf, Hoffmeister and Vanhal

With our most recent Urtext edition of Johann Baptist Vanhal’s … Continue reading

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A peek through the keyhole – Bartók’s “Allegro barbaro” as forerunner of the complete edition

With Béla Bartók, we have added a new composer to … Continue reading

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