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Beethoven-Urtext, Series 1
The Nine Symphonies
The ”Breitkopf Urtext” edition of Beethoven’s symphonies finally came to an end.more
Beethoven-Urtext, Series 2
The Five Master Overtures
„In their musical concentration and intensity, Beethoven’s overtures are on a par with his symphonies. ...more
Beethoven Urtext, Series 3
Works for Chorus and Orchestramore
The Keyboard Crocodile, Monster & Their Friends make it fun to play the piano!more
Repertoire Tip „Film Music“
Early Films and their Soundtrack: A Renaissancemore
Repertoire Tip „Exotic Solo Concertos“
Uncommon Sounds and Instrumental Combinationsmore
Counting what is countable:
Breitkopf & Härtel’s long tradition of producing work catalogues goes back to Köchel in 1861.more
Repertoire Tip "Cities"
Paris, Leipzig, Los Angeles …
Much more than half the world’s population lives in cities today. Composers have also fallen under the spell of cities …more
Repertoire Tip "Nature & Man"
Balance or contrastmore
Nepomuk Musik Verlag now at Breitkopf
On 1 January 2021 Francis Schneider handed over to Breitkopf & Härtel the reins of his music publishing house Nepomuk Musik Verlag, which he founded in 1984 and has been managing ever since.more
Eulenburg Orchestral Series (EOS) available from Breitkopf & Härtel
As of 21 March 2012 Breitkopf & Härtel took over from Schott Music the distribution and printing of the performance materials of the Eulenburg Orchestral Series (EOS).
Henle & Breitkopf Cooperation since 2003
Joint commitment for an excellent productmore
Choral Music: sample scores for download
We are pleased to announce that from now on we offer scores of many important choral works as pdf-files for download.more
Repertoire tip "Music as Temporal Art"
Music is an art which unfolds in time. It is subdivided into units such as movements, phrases and motives, and is seemingly made graspable through measures and meters.more
Repertoire tip "Summer Night Dream"
Pan, goblins, fairies and elves
The Composers of the romantic era were particularly inspired by this world of fantasy.more
Repertoire Tip "Waltzes"