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"Breitkopf Pädagogik" - New Editions

Innovative - multi-faceted - proven

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Breitkopf Urtext: Orchestra - New Editions

Works from Bach to Sibelius - editions made by performers for performers

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Breitkopf Complete Editions

Pursuing a great tradition: new concepts since 1997

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Bach: Complete Organ Works in 10 Volumes

Breitkopf Urtext - New Edition for Subscription

Editorial Board: Werner Breig / Pieter Dirksen / Reinmar Emans

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Mozart 21

Urtext Editions Today

10 April 2013: At the start of the Frankfurt Music Fair, Breitkopf & Härtel and G. Henle Verlag both hailed the impressive progress made at the major construction site “Mozart21.”

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Seasons’s Greetings

Dear Business Partners, Dear Colleagues, Dear Newsletter Subscribers, Dear Website Visitors, We want to wish all of you a Happy Festive Season, Merry Christmas and all the best in the New Year! Our Distribution Center will be closed December 24 2014 – 4 January 2015.

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Isabel Mundry was honored with GEMA’s Award in the "Solo Concerto" category

The German Music Author's Award of the GEMA (the German Performing Rights Society), under the patronage by the Minister for Culture and Medias, Prof. Monika Grütters, was awarded at a festival gala on May 8, 2014, in the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Berlin.

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Nonnenmann: Der Gang durch die Klippen

Helmut Lachenmanns Begegnungen mit Luigi Nono anhand ihres Briefwechsels und anderer Quellen 1957-1990

Won the German Music Edition Award 2014.

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Press Release: No Front-Row Seat for Sibelius, Regrettably

Breitkopf & Härtel deeply regrets the decision of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra to withdraw Jean Sibelius' “Valse triste” from the program of its 2015 New Year's Concert.
As grounds for its withdrawal, the orchestra claims that the publisher is demanding excessively high fees. This is not the case.

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Repertoire Tipp: Dancing Sibelius

The work group “Ballet” is completely missing in Jean Sibelius’ oeuvre.

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Program Tips "Children's Concert"

Wide-open eyes and frenetic applause

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