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Beethoven meets Mozart. The genesis of Beethoven’s Mozart Variations WoO 40 according to Johann Nepomuk Hummel’s memoirs (first published)

The anecdote related here is, to be sure, purely fictitious, … Continue reading

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«Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose» – a short foray into Beethoven’s sets of variations

The “variations” form type plays an important role in Beethoven’s … Continue reading

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Froberger – retrospectively and prospectively

How time flies! – this hardly original realisation came to … Continue reading

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“The future lion is already showing its paws” – The revision of Beethoven’s piano variations, volume 1

G. Henle publishing house is well known for putting its … Continue reading

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Franz Xaver comes to Henle: On the 170th anniversary of the death of Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart (29 July 2014)

That Henle is a Mozart publisher should not come as … Continue reading

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