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Henle Urtext Workshop 2017 for Students

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Gramercy Music Retail Shop

188 Bukit Timah Road

Singapore, 229856


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Calling all Music Students!

If you’re a fan of Henle Urtext editions, this is the workshop for you! Get up close and personal with Dr. Sigrun Jantzen from G. Henle Verlag, invited from Germany to share with us on what exactly Urtext is. Also, you heard it here first: There will be a sale during the event with Henle books going up to 35% off!

**Student IDs will be checked upon entry as proof**

Workshop Topics

Do you wonder about the importance of a Book over a Digital copy? Learn about the difference the Editor / an Edition makes, as well as:

  • Benefits of a collection of music (i.e. Sonatas) over a single copy of the piece you are playing
  • What are some examples of significant, corrected mistakes from previous editions?

  • What are interesting areas of scholarship currently being researched

Information on Special Editions:

  • Johann Sebastian Bach - Revised Edition

  • French Composer - Claude Debussy, Maurice Ravel, Erik Satie

  • Frederic Chopin - Why it is so difficult to edit Chopin

  • Beethoven - Piano Sonatas edited by Murray Perahia

Special Series & Edition – New Titles:

  • Sergei Rachmaninoff

  • Bela Bartok

  • Gidon Kremer Edition

About the Guest Speaker

Dr Sigrun Jantzen

Dr. Sigrun Jantzen was born in 1964. She received special music education early on in piano, cello and voice. Following vocational training in the field of business administration, she achieved a Phd. in history of arts at Augsburg University.

For 15 years Sigrun Jantzen worked for Reclam Verlag, Stuttgart, as the program manager and editor for reference books in fine arts and classical music, before switching to G. Henle Publishers in 2012. At G. Henle she is head of sales with a focus on the international market and dealer service, based on her constant awareness for the practical demands of musicians. Sigrun Jantzen still plays both the cello and piano in her free time.

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Gramercy Music Retail Shop

188 Bukit Timah Road

Singapore, 229856


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