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31.03.2017 Issue  2-2017 / Imprint
Urtext with and without - fingerings
Dear Reader,
 
As you have probably already noticed, Henle Urtext editions have always contained fingerings. These suggestions are provided by highly qualified piano teachers and masters of their instrument. And thanks to a global survey we know that the vast majority of our customers are grateful for this important support and greatly appreciate it.
 
Yet some pianists would rather not have any at all because they would prefer to put their own fingerings in the music, without being influenced by anyone else's. This is why for the past few years we have been offering parallel Urtext editions without fingerings of all of Bach's piano works. It has been a great success. So we are now going a step further: with immediate effect you can also buy all of the piano sonatas by Beethoven and Mozart in our Urtext editions without fingerings.
 
You will find an overview of all of these editions » here.
 
We hope you enjoy reading our news and about all of our new publications
 
With very best wishes
 
 

Dr. Wolf-Dieter Seiffert
Managing Director
 
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Contents
»New Publications Keyboard Instruments
»New Publications String Instruments
»Further New Publications
»Music Fair Frankfurt 2017
»Catalogue of new publications spring 2017
»Beethoven Quiz: the winner
»Video: fingerings for string players in the "Henle Library"
»Henle piano competition is entering its final phase
»Henle blog - the latest posts
New Publications Keyboard Instruments
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Johann Sebastian Bach
French Suites BWV 812-817
Editor: Ullrich Scheideler, Fingering: Michael Schneidt
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
Johann Sebastian Bach's three great cycles of suites belong to the fundamental canon of piano literature: the Partitas and the so-called English and French Suites. It is the French Suites that have long been by far the most popular - and this was also the case at the time that they were written.
 
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Johann Sebastian Bach
French Suites BWV 812-817
Editor: Ullrich Scheideler
Urtext Edition without fingering, paperbound
 
 
 
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Johann Jacob Froberger
Selected Works for Keyboard
Editor: Peter Wollny
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
A toccata, a fantasia, and a canzona invite us on a musical journey of discovery into his early-Baroque musical world. The volume concludes with his well-known variations "auff die Mayerin", a work that has enabled Froberger's music to succeed in enthusing pianists as well as harpsichordists of our time.
 
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Leos Janácek
In the Mists
Editor: Jirí Zahrádka, Fingering: Dénes Várjon
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
Piano music occupies a small, but nevertheless musically important place in Janácek's oeuvre. Our edition of "In the Mists" by the seasoned Janácek editor Jirí Zahrádka is an impressive example of this.
 
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Maurice Ravel
Une barque sur l'océan
Editor: Peter Jost
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
The title of Ravel's Miroirs (1904/05) can be interpreted as "reflections" of the human world of experiences. Among the nature pictures in this cycle, "Une barque sur l'océan" is particularly popular, forming a pianistic complement to Debussy's orchestral work "La mer", which was written at about the same time.
 
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Camille Saint-Saëns
Piano Concerto no. 2 in g minor op. 22
Editor: Peter Jost, Piano reduction: Johannes Umbreit, Fingering: Pascal Rogé
Urtext Edition, Piano reduction, paperbound
 
Given Saint-Saëns' talents both as pianist and composer, it stood to reason that he would engage with the piano concerto genre early on.
 
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New Publications String Instruments
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Antonín Dvorák
Romance f minor op. 11
Editor: Till Kordt-Dauner, Piano reduction: Johannes Umbreit, Fing. vn: Antje Weithaas
Urtext Edition, Piano reduction, paperbound
 
1873 was a turning point for Dvorák. Precipitated by the rejection of his opera "The King and the Charcoal Burner", he tried to give his compositions a new direction.
 
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
String Quartets, Volume IV (Hoffmeister Quartet, Prussian Quartets)
Editor: Wolf-Dieter Seiffert
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
Finally, the time has come: over the next few years all of Mozart's 26 string quartets will be published by Henle in an Urtext edition of both score and parts. All previous editions have left much to be desired.
 
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
String Quartets, Volume IV (Hoffmeister Quartet, Prussian Quartets)
Editor: Wolf-Dieter Seiffert
Urtext Edition, Study score, paperbound
 
 
 
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Further New Publications
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Alexander Zemlinsky
Clarinet Trio d minor op. 3 for Piano, Clarinet (Violin) and Violoncello
Editor: Dominik Rahmer, Fingering: Klaus Schilde
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
Alexander Zemlinsky is mainly known for his operas and orchestral songs with their opulent late Romantic orchestration. His earlier, inspired hit, the Trio for Clarinet op. 3, written in 1896, owes a great deal to his first important role model Johannes Brahms as far as inflection and instrumentation are concerned.
 
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Music Fair Frankfurt 2017
 
The international Music Fair is just around the corner. From 5th to 8th April 2017 the music fair will be opening its doors to trade visitors and musicians every day (Wednesday to Saturday) in Frankfurt am Main.
 
We will be unveiling a great many new Urtext editions and scholarly publications. In addition, you can try out a completely new musical experience at our booth in Hall 8: our "Henle Library" app.
 
 » information for visitors to the music fair
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Catalogue of new publications spring 2017
 
We’re giving you an advance look at our upcoming publications in this "Spring 2017" catalogue. You’ll find all of our new Henle Urtext editions in it.
 
You can order a free print copy, download a PDF of the catalogue or browse through it online.
 
 » download, order or browse
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Beethoven Quiz: the winner
 
Our Beethoven Quiz is now over. Countless music lovers have risen to the challenge and answered our ten questions. They were about Beethoven and his works, in particular his 32 piano sonatas, all of which are now available as individual Henle Urtext editions.
 
729 participants from 52 countries entered our prize draw with attractive prizes. Here are the winners.
 
 » more
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Video: fingerings for string players in the "Henle Library"
 
Why are fingerings so important for string players in particular? And why are there different fingerings available for many of the works in our "Henle Library" app? The violinist Friedemann Eichhorn has the answers!
 
 » to the video (in English)
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Henle piano competition is entering its final phase
 
Our piano competition for children between the ages of 6 and 11 is entering its final phase. Young pianists have until 23rd April 2017 to upload a video with one movement of one of Mozart's "Wunderkind" sonatas to YouTube and to send us the completed online entry form.
 
We look forward to receiving lots of entries!
 
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Henle blog - the latest posts
 
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The first edition of Liszt's arrangement of the overture to "Tannhäuser"
» read more
 
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Deluxe for the continuo group - Part II: Telemann
» read more
 
27.02.2017
Here comes the Fifth Season - just like every other year!
» read more
 
13.02.2017
The Henle Library App is one year old - that's a whole year of digital Urtext!
» read more
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