Among the many piano competitions worldwide, the Swiss “Concours Géza Anda” is one of the most renowned.
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Newsletter 06/06/2024 
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Dear Reader,
 
Among the many piano competitions worldwide, the Swiss » “Concours Géza Anda” is undoubtedly one of the most renowned, with demanding repertoire requirements that only the greatest talents can meet. It is currently taking place again in Zurich and Winterthur, and 36 participants are vying for the prizes. This year, for the first time ever, we are awarding a special prize, the “G. Henle Verlag Beethoven Prize” for the best interpretation of a work by the great composer. The prize comprises Urtext editions with a value of 3,600 euros and aims to raise awareness of the importance of excellent sheet music editions when studying musical works. I will have the honour of presenting the prize on 8 June at the Tonhalle in Zurich, underlining our special commitment to the young generation of talented musicians worldwide.
 
Our new Urtext editions are once again dedicated to this year’s jubilarian, Arnold Schönberg. Yet at the same time, we are launching works for a new group of instruments in our Urtext programme: Look forward to our first editions for chamber orchestra!
 
With very best wishes

Dr. Norbert Gertsch
Managing Director
New publications for piano
Arnold Schönberg
Complete Piano Works
Editors: Marte Auer, Ulrich Krämer, Norbert Müllemann, Ullrich Scheideler · Fing.: Emanuel Ax, Shai Wosner
Urtext Edition, paperbound
HN 1178
 
€45.–
 
Arnold Schönberg
Complete Piano Works
Editors: Marte Auer, Ulrich Krämer, Norbert Müllemann, Ullrich Scheideler · Fing.: Emanuel Ax, Shai Wosner
Urtext Edition, paperbound
HN 1611
 
€67.–
 
New publications for strings
Arnold Schönberg
Transfigured Night, String Sextet op. 4
Editor: Annette Oppermann
Parts, Urtext Edition, paperbound
HN 1565
 
 
€32.–
 
Arnold Schönberg
Transfigured Night, String Sextet op. 4
Editor: Annette Oppermann
Study score (pocket score), Urtext Edition, paperbound
HN 7565
 
€18.–
 
New publications for chamber orchestra
Antonín Dvorák
Serenade E major op. 22 for String Orchestra
Editor: Peter Jost
Full Score, Urtext Edition, paperbound
HN 3300
 
 
€23.–
 
 
Further editions of this title
Set of strings (3.3.2.2.1), €54.–
Violin 1, €5.50
Violin 2, €5.50
Viola, €5.50
Violoncello, €5.50
Double Bass, €5.50
Antonín Dvorák
Serenade E major op. 22 for String Orchestra
Editor: Peter Jost
Study score (pocket score), Urtext Edition, paperbound
HN 7003
 
€11.50
 
Edward Elgar
Serenade e minor op. 20 for String Orchestra
Editor: Rupert Marshall-Luck
Full Score, Urtext Edition, paperbound
HN 3310
 
 
€18.–
 
 
Further editions of this title
Set of Strings, €50.–
Violin 1, €5.–
Violin 2, €5.–
Viola, €5.–
Violoncello, €5.–
Double Bass, €5.–
Edward Elgar
Serenade e minor op. 20 for String Orchestra
Editor: Rupert Marshall-Luck
Study score (pocket score), Urtext Edition, paperbound
HN 7004
 
€9.–
 
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The winners
The 13th Henle Piano Competition is over. More than 200 children between the ages of 6 and 11 from 28 countries took part.
 
» The winners of the three age groups
A masterpiece for the flute
In the Henle Masterclass, flautist Jasmine Choi has dedicated herself to probably the best-known piece for solo flute: Claude Debussy’s groundbreaking “Syrinx”.
 
In her 20-minute video tutorial she shows even experienced flute players what else this masterpiece has to offer.
 
» To the tutorial
Back in stock!
The writing set with tuning fork contains everything that you need for practising, rehearsing or making notes in your music. Out of stock for some time, this practical companion is now once again back in stock.
 
Tin box with three short pencils, pencil top eraser, sharpener and tuning fork.
 
» Purchase now
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