Author Archives: Norbert Gertsch

The Henle Library app is five years old!

It was in February 2016 that our Henle Library app … Continue reading

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Beethoven’s change of dedication – a small search for motives

Last week I had the great pleasure of making the … Continue reading

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Beethoven’s “Hammerklavier” sonata – The stony path to a reliable music text

Almost exactly 20 years ago – as I had just … Continue reading

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Beethoven and the viola

Piano concertos and sonatas, violin concerto and sonatas, cello sonatas … Continue reading

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Beethoven anniversary in the Henle blog

As we were celebrating our 200th blog post two weeks … Continue reading

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The Henle Library App – an update!

In February 2016, over three years ago, we launched the … Continue reading

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40 or 42? Rodolphe Kreutzer’s Etudes as Urtext edition

There could not be a bigger difference: When you are … Continue reading

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Johann Nepomuk Hummel’s Potpourri op. 94 for Viola and Orchestra – for your kind attention!

To my great joy, this year and last year the … Continue reading

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La Vega – The fertile plain: Isaac Albeniz’s homage to Granada and the foothills of the Sierra Nevada

A few weeks ago my colleague Peter Jost reported here … Continue reading

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Autographs and proofread copies for Ludwig van Beethoven’s piano sonatas – an overview

Editing a Beethoven work solely on the basis of a … Continue reading

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