Category Archives: Monday Postings

Summer break

Time flies! Summer has arrived and our blog is taking … Continue reading

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An insightful correction in Mozart’s autograph of the String Quartet in C major K. 170

In a few weeks a long-cherished dream of mine will … Continue reading

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Froberger – retrospectively and prospectively

How time flies! – this hardly original realisation came to … Continue reading

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What did the composer want? On a strange measure in Saint-Saëns’ Romance for Flute op. 37

Anyone who compares the edition currently on the market of … Continue reading

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The other type of sources: Letters about Max Bruch’s “Kol Nidrei”

An Urtext edition – and not just only from Henle … 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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“Wolfgang Amadeus Stadler”, Allegro for piano trio

  It is extremely rare for us to be able … Continue reading

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Schubert on a Bach trip? A call for help regarding the Arpeggione theme

The Henle blogging community will, we hope, not be disappointed … Continue reading

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New as of 1 April 2019: Henle scores via WhatsApp

Henle Verlag is a traditional publishing house and can look … Continue reading

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Is that still Urtext? On an often played variant in Sarasate’s “Carmen Fantasy”

To this day, the success of a new stage work … Continue reading

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