The cooperation with
Munich’s G. Henle Verlag began in 2003 with the acquisition of the orchestral editions which Henle had developed from the new Beethoven and the new Brahms Complete Editions. Both publishers expanded their cooperation a short while later. Since then, Urtext editions of classical and romantic solo concerto literature have been appearing at regular intervals. A brief selection: Mozart: Sinfonia concertante, Schumann: Piano Concerto, Tschaikowsky: Violin Concerto, Berg: Violin Concerto. These editions are identifiable in the Breitkopf editorial series PB (Partitur-Bibliothek), OB (Orchester-Bibliothek), ChB (Chor-Bibliothek) and EB (Edition Breitkopf) through their five-digit numbers; thus, for example, Beethovens Missa solemnis through the numbers PB/OB/ChB 14650 and EB 10544. The new editions prepared with Henle are found in the current Breitkopf catalogues and are listed in the Breitkopf orchestral program.
EOS is the abbreviation for„Eulenburg Orchestral Series," which Breitkopfhas been continuing in association with Schott Music since 2012. The salient points of the EOS backlist are the large orchestral works of Baroque literature (Charpentier: Te Deum; Monteverdi: Marian Vespers; Vivaldi: Le quattro stagioni) as well as repertoire works of the 19th and 20th centuries such as Bizet’s “Arlésienne” suites, Tchaikovsky’s Rococo Variations and Grieg’s “Peer Gynt” suites. Current new EOS editions are listed in the Breitkopf Orchestra Program.