Author Archives: Annette Oppermann

Bartók’s String Quartets: from the score to the individual parts

A quintessential feature of the Henle Urtext editions is the … Continue reading

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If that’s not reason enough to celebrate: 300 years of WTC I!

2022 seems to be particularly rich in musical anniversaries: Even … Continue reading

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Newly discovered 20th-century classics: Bartók’s six String Quartets in the Complete Edition

The Béla Bartók Complete Critical Edition that since 2017 the … Continue reading

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Four parts, many questions: on the editing of string quartets

Well-disposed visitors to our various digital platforms already know that … Continue reading

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Excess and empty space: Text variants in Dvořák’s Cello Concerto op. 104

Antonín Dvořák’s Cello Concerto op. 104 may be a special … Continue reading

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The agony of choice – lieder by Richard Strauss

Incredible, but true: unannounced so far in this blog is … Continue reading

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The Bartók Complete Edition and its offspring

Since one of the special features of the Henle Verlag … Continue reading

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Beethoven love letters? A contribution to perhaps his oeuvre’s smallest work group

In Beethoven’s just as extensive as impressive chamber music oeuvre, … Continue reading

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Genuine Beethoven – or not quite? Questions of authenticity with Beethoven

The Beethoven Year is slowly coming to a close, almost … Continue reading

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More than “Ode to Joy” – the whole range of Beethoven’s vocal work

Although the melody of the 9th Symphony’s choral movement, “Freude … Continue reading

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