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Henle Blog and App

Posted: 26 Apr 2017, 19:01
by John Ruggero
I just discovered a very nice blog at Subjects of interest to Notatio members involving engraving, editing etc. are discussed by some knowledgable folks. Henle also has a one-year-old iPad app that allows one to buy a Henle edition and then choose as one wishes between various editors. For example, one can pick the Henle fingering for a Beethoven piano sonata (not my favorite) or the fingering by d'Albert (better) or no fingering at all and the same for bowing and such for strings. The app has great potential since they seem to have access to legacy personal libraries by well-known performers. They do not have much of this material available yet, however, and one hopes they will accelerate the pace in adding more.

Re: Henle Blog and App

Posted: 16 Nov 2017, 15:50
by John Ruggero
I just posted concerning the engraving quality of a recent Henle publication, which they graciously published despite the critical nature of my comment. If anyone would care to chime in... ... #more-4670