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Debussy in Urtext – Part 6: Interview with Pascal Rogé

In the final part of our little series we want … Continue reading

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Debussy in Urtext – Part 5: Corrections in the galley proofs for the piano piece “Masques”

Needless to say, every editor of an Urtext edition wishes … Continue reading

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Debussy in Urtext – Part 4: Autograph corrections in chamber-music works

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Debussy in Urtext – Part 3: Debussy’s recordings of his piano music

Editors of Urtext editions have added a new medium as … Continue reading

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Debussy in Urtext – Part 2: Unclear harmony in the piano piece “Nocturne”

One of the outstanding quality features of the Henle Editions … Continue reading

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Debussy in Urtext – Part 1: Henle Editions from an experienced duo

2012 was the 150th birthday of Claude Debussy, French music’s … Continue reading

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“At the Piano” – lends colour to the Henle catalogue!

Even the visual design is a little revolution for Henle: … Continue reading

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“You can count on me” – Debussy’s arrangement of “Minstrels” for violin and piano

Arrangements have on occasion already come up for discussion in … Continue reading

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Why facsimiles, actually?

The blue Urtext editions certainly amount to the lion’s share … Continue reading

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Debussy: to finger or not to finger…? Why we are adding fingering in the “Études”

In summer 1915 in the solitude of Pourville, the small … Continue reading

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