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01.08.2016 Issue  4-2016 / Imprint
"Henle Library" now also for Android tablets
Dear Reader,
No sooner said than done! Our Urtext app "Henle Library" is now also available for Android devices. No matter whether you have a tablet from Samsung, Lenovo, HTC, Sony or one of the many other manufacturers: in the Google Play Store you can now find the "Henle Library" app, which redefines the way you experience sheet music.
» Try out our Android app free-of-charge
In February we released the Apple version of our "Henle Library" app to great acclaim. We launched the app with a selection of works from our catalogue. Now there are more than twice as many works on offer, and every week more Urtext editions are added, all of which are now available for both operating systems.
Whether digital or on paper - as you know with us it's all about all Urtext editions. In the following newsletter you'll find more about our new publications this summer!
With very best wishes

Dr. Wolf-Dieter Seiffert
Managing Director
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»New Publications Keyboard Instruments
»New Publications String Instruments
»Further New Publications
»Daniel Hope on performing using digital sheet music
»Henle blog - the latest posts
New Publications Keyboard Instruments
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Johannes Brahms
Hungarian Dances nos. 1-10
Editor: Camilla Cai, Fingering: Rolf Koenen
Urtext Edition, paperbound
"No opus number" is what Brahms gave his astonished publisher to understand, when he offered him the Hungarian Dances for publication in 1869. He placed a great deal of importance on the fact that he had merely "set" popular Hungarian melodies and not composed new works as such.
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Franz Liszt
Valse oubliée no. 1
Editor: Peter Jost, Fingering: Rolf Koenen, Preface: Mária Eckhardt
Urtext Edition, paperbound
In summer 1881 Franz Liszt composed a work that he called "Valse oubliée" (Forgotten waltz) in a letter to his publisher. The work is reminiscent of the appealing piano waltzes that the composer used to write when he was younger - although there is a certain distance to the usual waltz style.
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New Publications String Instruments
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Henry Vieuxtemps
Violin Concerto no. 5 a minor op. 37
Editor and fing. vn: Ray Iwazumi, Piano reduction: Johannes Umbreit, Preface: Marie Cornaz
Urtext Edition, Piano reduction, paperbound
Amongst Vieuxtemps' seven violin concertos, the fifth in a minor is doubtlessly the best known and most popular by far. It was composed in 1860/61 as an obligatory examination piece for the violin class of his friend Hubert Léonard at the Brussels Conservatory, but then soon made its way into the concert hall.
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Further New Publications
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Ludwig van Beethoven
Symphony no. 3 E flat major op. 55 (Sinfonia Eroica)
Editor: Bathia Churgin
Urtext Edition, Study score, paperbound
Based on the musical text of the Beethoven Complete Edition and with a preface by the editor Bathia Churgin, Beethoven's famous heroic symphony is now available as a Henle pocket score.
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Ludwig van Beethoven
Symphony no. 4 B flat major op. 60
Editor: Bathia Churgin
Urtext Edition, Study score, paperbound
Beethoven composed his Symphony in B flat major in 1806, a very productive year in which he wrote numerous other great works. Today it is unjustly overshadowed by its famous neighbours, the "Eroica" and the 5th Symphony, although it was one of Beethoven's best-loved and most often performed works throughout the 19th century.
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Daniel Hope on performing using digital sheet music
The world famous violinist Daniel Hope is an ambassador for our app. He has used a tablet for playing music for quite some time, even in concerts.
Here you can find his short, personal video statement about the future of digital and printed music editions.
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Henle blog - the latest posts
Anton Webern: Now also "in blue"!
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France sets the tone - new Urtext editions in the "blue jersey"
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All good Viennese come in threes: Dittersdorf, Hoffmeister and Vanhal
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A Henle customer suggests corrections to the text of Max Reger's 2nd Cello Suite.
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