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31.05.2016 Issue  3-2016 / Imprint
Bartók and other Urtext jewels
Dear Reader,
 
Later this year we will be unveiling the first volume in our scholarly » Bartók Complete Edition, but now we are issuing one of his best-known piano works, the "Allegro barabaro", in Henle Urtext. Our edition contains the musical text that will be included in the upcoming Complete Edition. And in the years to come, there will be numerous Bartók Urtext editions awaiting you, each the result of meticulous preparation.
 
But now please turn your attention to our other Urtext jewels, as well as additional news from our publishing house.
 
With very best wishes
 
 

Dr. Wolf-Dieter Seiffert
Managing Director
 
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Contents
»New Publications Keyboard Instruments
»New Publications String Instruments
»New Publications Wind Instruments
»Further New Publications
»Henle Piano Competition 2016: The winners
»Henle Library app: new features
»Henle blog - the latest posts
New Publications Keyboard Instruments
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Isaac Albéniz
Sevilla
Editor: Ullrich Scheideler, Fingering: Rolf Koenen
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
When Albéniz' work Sevilla was performed in Madrid in 1886, it not only brought the composer public recognition but also a commission to compose an eight-movement Suite espagnole for piano (HN 783). Although it took him a further 15 years to complete the latter, Sevilla was already published in a single edition in 1886.
 
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Béla Bartók
Allegro barbaro
Editor: László Somfai
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
Composed in 1910/11, Bartók's Allegro barbaro is one of his best-known and most popular works for piano. The composer himself enjoyed performing it in concerts, and recorded it several times.
 
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Johannes Brahms
Piano Pieces
Editor: Katrin Eich, Fingering: Andreas Boyde
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
Having already published single volumes of our Urtext editions of opus numbers 76, 79 and 116-119 with the up-to-date musical text in the Complete Edition, we are now rounding off this Brahms project by publishing the revised volume of collected works, available as a classic paperbound, clothbound or handy study edition.
 
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Johannes Brahms
Piano Pieces
Editor: Katrin Eich, Fingering: Andreas Boyde
Urtext Edition, Study score, paperbound
 
 
 
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Sergej Rachmaninoff
Étude-Tableau C major op. 33 no. 2
Editor: Dominik Rahmer, Fingering: Marc-André Hamelin
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
Alongside HN 1264 (the Etude in e flat minor op. 39,5), we are now offering the Etude in C major in a single edition, taken from our much-loved complete edition of the 17 Études-Tableaux. Rachmaninoff greatly valued this work, often included it in his concert programmes and also recorded it.
 
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New Publications String Instruments
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Johann Baptist Vanhal
Double Bass Concerto
Editor, Fing. db, Cadenzas: Tobias Glöckler, Piano reduction: Christoph Sobanski
Urtext Edition, Piano reduction, paperbound
 
Following Dittersdorf and Hoffmeister, Johann Baptist Vanhal and his sole double-bass concerto add a further highlight to the classical bass literature in our catalogue.
 
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New Publications Wind Instruments
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Leos Janácek
March of the Bluebirds for Piccolo and Piano
Editor: Jirí Zahrádka, Fingering: Klaus Schilde
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
The little march composed in 1924 forms the nucleus of the suite for wind instruments Mládí, in which the jaunty flute theme weaves through the 3rd movement. Incidentally, the "bluebirds" do not refer to birds but to the light blue robes worn by the choristers at the monastery in Brno, which Janáček entered at the age of eleven.
 
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Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
Piano Trio no. 1 d minor op. 49
Editor: András Adorján
Urtext Edition, Additional Flute Part, paperbound
 
Additional part for the revised edition of the Mendelssohn Piano Trios HN 957
 
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Further New Publications
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Georg Friedrich Händel
Nine German Arias for Soprano, Solo Instrument and Basso continuo
Editor and Figured bass realization: Ullrich Scheideler
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
Our practical edition not only contains additional parts for the solo instrument and the bass but also a realization of the figured bass in the score by the editor Ullrich Scheideler.
 
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Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
Piano Trios
Editor: Ernst Herttrich, Fingering: Klaus Schilde
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
The musical text of these two famous trios has been thoroughly revised to reflect the latest scholarly findings. In addition HN 1297 also includes a flute part for the alternative version of op. 49 (flute instead of violin) that Mendelssohn himself made.
 
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Henle Piano Competition 2016: The winners
 
190 young pianists from eleven countries took part in the Henle Piano Competition 2016 on YouTube.
 
A few days ago, the jury sat together for the final discussion and decision making. After thoroughly appraising each contribution determined the following winners were determined.
 
 » the winners
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Henle Library app: new features
 
A few days ago we launched an update for our new "Henle Library" app that not only includes a few small improvements but also additional features. Now you can leaf through all the works within a collection. And what's more, you can view a list of all the recordings you've made using the app and you can access this at any time.
 
If you're not familiar with the "Henle Library" app and you have an Apple iPad, you can download the app and one edition of music free-of-charge.
 
By the way: In a few weeks' time we'll be launching the Android version of the app.
 
 » to the app website and download
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Henle blog - the latest posts
 
30.05.2016
A "bad apple" in Saint-Saëns’ 2nd cello sonata?
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16.05.2016
Busoni arranges Bach
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02.05.2016
The Henle Library app. Behind the scenes - part 2.
» read more
 
10.04.2016
Bartók's "Allegro barbaro" as forerunner of the complete edition
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