Category Archives: Beethoven, Ludwig van

«Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose» – a short foray into Beethoven’s sets of variations

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Beethoven performing Beethoven? The composer writing his own cadenzas

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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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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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Tempest – Les Adieux – Hammerklavier. Sense and nonsense regarding the names given to Beethoven’s piano sonatas, Part 2

In the first part of my blog on the famous … Continue reading

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“The future lion is already showing its paws” – The revision of Beethoven’s piano variations, volume 1

G. Henle publishing house is well known for putting its … Continue reading

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Tempest – Les Adieux – Hammerklavier. Sense and nonsense regarding the names given to Beethoven’s piano sonatas

It’s so much easier to say “The Tempest”, “Pathétique” and … Continue reading

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Gidon Kremer on the occasion of his 70th birthday

As early as September 2015 Dr Wolf-Dieter Seiffert, CEO of … Continue reading

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From zero to a hundred in seven years: Beethoven’s wind chamber music at Henle publishers

The fact that the winds first found their way into … Continue reading

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Is it OK to add them? – The “missing” low notes in Beethoven’s piano sonatas

Here’s a topic that pianists have been discussing since the … Continue reading

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