Our latest Urtext editions
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04.10.2017 Issue  5-2017 / Imprint
Our latest Urtext editions
Dear Reader,
 
He is one of the best of the new generation of pianists: Igor Levit. And he has just completed an incredibly successful tour of Asia. But before embarking on it, he came to the publishing house and aside from giving us a taste of his captivating piano playing, paid us an incredible compliment on our "Henle Library" app.
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Whether you prefer sheet music in digital or paper form, you'll find more about our new Urtext editions in the following newsletter. They are all available in both formats.
 
We wish you a lot of enjoyment playing the music!
 
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
»Catalogue "New Publications Autumn 2017"
»The largest music fair in Asia
»Henle Website has current ABRSM exam pieces
»Henle Blog - the latest posts
New Publications Keyboard Instruments
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Ludwig van Beethoven
Piano Variations, Volume I
Editor: Felix Loy, Fingering: Klaus Schilde
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
Variation form occupied Beethoven throughout his composing career. This first volume of G. Henle Publishers' two-volume edition of all his piano variations includes works from Beethoven's time in Bonn as well as his early years in Vienna, composed between 1783 and 1799.
 
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Johannes Brahms
Piano Sonata f sharp minor op. 2
Editor: Katrin Eich, Fingering: Andreas Boyde
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
Johannes Brahms's Piano Sonatas opp. 1, 2 and 5 were among the first works that the 20-year-old composer published. They were composed in 1852/53, although the Sonata in f-sharp minor was apparently the first of the three to be composed, as it was finished by November 1852.
 
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Johannes Brahms
Works for Organ
Editor: George S. Bozarth
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
Johannes Brahms's organ works in a sense "frame" his whole oeuvre. He wrote several preludes and fugues and the chorale prelude "O Traurigkeit, o Herzeleid" in the mid-1850s, at a time when he was making an intensive study of counterpoint. The Eleven Chorale Preludes op. 122, on the other hand, are Brahms’s final work, composed in 1896, immediately before and after the death of Clara Schumann.
 
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Richard Wagner/Franz Liszt
Overture to "Tannhäuser", Concert Paraphrase for Piano (Richard Wagner)
Editor: Peter Jost, Fingering: Andreas Groethuysen
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
Looking back in 1876, Liszt admitted candidly to the publisher Breitkopf & Härtel that his "Wagner transcriptions" had "only served as modest propaganda for Wagner's noble genius, using the meagre possibilities of the piano".
 
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New Publications String Instruments
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Gabriel Fauré
Papillon op. 77
Editor: Jean-Christophe Monnier, Fing. vc: David Geringas
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
After the great success of his Élégie, Fauré's publisher Hamelle urged him to write another, similarly effective piece for cello and piano. Papillon was probably already composed in 1884, though it was only published in 1898.
 
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New Publications Wind Instruments
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Georg Philipp Telemann
Methodical Sonatas for Flute or Violin and Continuo, Volume II
Editor and figured bass realization: Wolfgang Kostujak
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
"Methodical" was how Telemann's six sonatas were described when they were published in 1732, because they included a second, ornamented version of the simple melody line of the solo instrument for the slow opening movements and for the second movement of the c-minor sonata.
 
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Further New Publications
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Johannes Brahms
Clarinet Trio a minor op. 114 for Piano, Clarinet (Viola) and Violoncello
Editor: Katharina Loose-Einfalt, Fingering: Klaus Schilde
Urtext Edition, paperbound
 
Johannes Brahms's late chamber works are surely among the most splendid music ever written for the clarinet. In the last years of his life, Brahms seems to have become weary of composing - but fortunately for posterity, in 1891 he met the solo clarinettist of the Meiningen court orchestra, Richard Mühlfeld, whose mellifluous art of performance captivated him and inspired him to new works.
 
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Catalogue "New Publications Autumn 2017"
 
We have just published our catalogue of "New Publications Autumn 2017". It includes all the Henle Urtext editions, which are about to be published.
 
You can either order a free print copy of the four-colour paper catalogue, download the PDF or look inside:
 
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The largest music fair in Asia
 
Asia's most important music fair is taking place between 11th and 14th October 2017 in Shanghai. Around 2,000 exhibitors from all over the world will be presenting products and services to do with music.
 
This year there will be 50 exhibitors in the German Pavillon. We'll be right there in the thick of it all with our latest Urtext editions and look forward to having lots of conversations in Hall W2 at booth D29.
 
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Henle Website has current ABRSM exam pieces
 
Our online catalogue provides a helpful service by denoting all of the editions that are part of the ABRSM syllabus. The ABRSM has just released new syllabus repertoire lists for wind instruments and singing that will come into effect from the beginning of 2018.
 
We have already labelled these new, future exam pieces in our online catalogue. This means that you can now choose pieces in advance that you or your pupils will need, whether for the piano or another instrument.
 
 » overview of instruments, grades and editions
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Henle Blog - the latest posts
 
02.10.2017
"A Little Spring Melody" - finally in Urtext! » read more
 
18.09.2017
Tempest - Les Adieux - Hammerklavier. Sense and nonsense regarding the names given to Beethoven's piano sonatas, Part 2 » read more
 
04.09.2017
'But it says in the autograph …' - on a frequently posed question about our Urtext editions
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