Author Archives: Norbert Müllemann

Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915) on his 150th birthday, part II

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Alexander Scriabin (1872–1915) on his 150th birthday, part I

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An Urtext edition of Elgar’s Violin Chansons: What does an editor do when there is nothing to edit?

The question posed in the title of my blog post … Continue reading

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Bach-Busoni – a successful Henle series with sequels

Another Bach-Busoni edition recently came on the music market as … Continue reading

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Bach’s harpsichord concertos and their autograph

If you’re looking for a simple answer to the question … Continue reading

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A fresh look at Bach’s piano partitas

Many readers (and pianists!) will already have noticed that we … Continue reading

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Beethoven’s easy piano sonatas. BEETHOVEN’S EASY PIANO SONATAS???

The title for today’s blog post was so easy to … Continue reading

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Beethoven’s “Diabelli” variations in a new guise

Beethoven and the variation – yes, I admit it: That’s … Continue reading

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Michael Korstick Interview: Beethoven as the fixed star of my musical universe

From time to time during the Beethoven year the team … Continue reading

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Beethoven performing Beethoven? The composer writing his own cadenzas

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