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New Publications

II/2019: July–December 2019

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Editorial

Dear customers,

35 in quick succession! Is it possible to prepare a new edition of

Beethoven’s complete piano sonatas in exceptional quality in just

a few years’ time? The answer is: Yes! – with an exceptional editor –

Jonathan Del Mar. We are grateful that we found such a person to

work with us on this special project.

Jonathan Del Mar is not only known for his astounding knowledge

of Beethoven’s music and his phenomenal memory, he also works

with remarkable precision and speed. At times, one is reminded of

Beethoven’s words: “I live only in my notes, and with one work barely

finished, the other is already started; the way I write now I often

find myself working on three, four things at the same time.” (1801).

The edition of the piano sonatas was scheduled to be completed

by 2020, the year of Beethoven’s 250 th anniversary. This was a

timeline that kept all of us – the editor, proofreader, engraver,

production and me – on our toes. The Beethoven anniversary was

our incentive and constituted a great challenge for us as a music

publisher. We made it and it is with pride and joy that we now

present you with our new edition.

Join us as we look forward to one of the most important music

anniversaries of our time. There will be no shortage of outstanding

performances of Beethoven’s works, of special events, and festive

celebrations – making a choice might not be easy at times.

But when it comes to selecting your music editions, the choice is

simple: For Beethoven, use Bärenreiter!

For our music dealers, we have many promotional materials and gifts

for you to make a wonderful display of Beethoven and Bärenreiter

Urtext in your shop. Please see pages 50–51 of this New Publications

Bulletin for all the details. Our newsletter will keep you updated

about current dealer promotions. And don’t miss our film “Searching

for the True Beethoven. Bärenreiter Urtext Editions”.

Look forward to the Beethoven Anniversary Year!

Dr. Britta Schilling-Wang

Editor for Piano Music

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Contents

Pocket Diary

The Beethoven 2020 Diary

ISBN 978-3-7618-2451-1.......................................................................................................5

Piano

New publications for the Beethoven Year 2020........................................................6–17

Beethoven: Special edition. Sonata quasi una Fantasia for Pianoforte

op. 27 no. 1 in E-flat major, op. 27 no. 2 in C-sharp minor

“Moonlight Sonata”. BA 11838-04.................................................................................. 6

Beethoven: Complete Sonatas for Pianoforte. Volume I: BA 11841 /

Volume II: BA 11842 / Volume III: BA 11843. Set I-III: BA 11840................................7–9

Beethoven: Complete Sonatas for Pianoforte. Critical Commentary

BA 11840-40..............................................................................................................................10

Beethoven: Complete Sonatas for Pianoforte in separate editions..........................11

Beethoven: 33 Variations on a Waltz op. 120 and

Variations on a Given Theme Composed by Vienna’s Most Excellent

Composers and Virtuosos. “Diabelli Variations”. BA 9656................................... 12

Beethoven: 33 Variations on a Waltz op. 120. “Diabelli Variations”.

BA 9657................................................................................................................................ 13

Schubert: Piano Sonatas III. The Late Sonatas. BA 9644.......................................14–15

Chopin: Sonata in B minor for Piano op. 58. BA 11828...................................................16

Kleeb: Beethoven Around the World. BA 10931.............................................................. 17

Strings / Chamber Music

Beethoven: Sonatas for Pianoforte and Violin.

Volume I: BA 9014 / Volume II: BA 9015.............................................................. 18–19

Beethoven: Sonata for Pianoforte and Violin op. 24 “Spring Sonata”.

BA 10937..............................................................................................................................20

Beethoven: Sonata for Pianoforte and Violin op. 47 “Kreutzer Sonata”.

BA 10938..............................................................................................................................21

Haas: String Quartet No. 2 op. 7 “From the Monkey Mountains”.

TP 525, BA 11525...........................................................................................................22–23

Beethoven: String Quartet in B-flat major op. 130. BA 9030, TP 930...................... 24

Beethoven: Große Fuge for String Quartet op. 133. BA 9033, TP 933........................25

Sassmannshaus: Early Start on the Violin, Volume 1, Piano Accompaniment.

BA 10751............................................................................................................................... 28

Speckert: Merry Christmas for Strings. BA 10652..........................................................29

Facsimile

Beethoven: String Quartet op. 130 | Große Fuge op. 133 in B-flat major.

ISBN 978-3-7618-2464-1............................................................................................ 26–27

Orchestra

Haydn: Symphony in C minor Hob. I:78. BA 10985........................................................30

Saint-Saëns: Danse macabre for Orchestra op. 40. BA 8834...................................... 31

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Contents

Choir

Brahms: Ein deutsches Requiem op. 45

BA 7600, BA 7600-90, BA 7600-91......................................................................32–33

Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D minor op. 125 Finale. Vocal score BA 9009-90,

A Pronunciation Guide for Japanese Singers. BA 9009-14,

Video – A Pronunciation Guide for Singers........................................................34–35

Schütz: Choral Works in separate editions.............................................................. 36–37

Bach: St. Matthew Passion BWV 244. BA 5038-02 ...................................................... 38

Haydn: Missa in B-flat major “Harmony Mass” Hob. XXII:14. BA 4659-02.............40

Jansson: Missa Brevis Arosiensis. BA 8527........................................................................41

Descant Recorder

A Journey from the Middle Ages to the Present Day.

A Selection of Compositions for Descant Recorder. BA 11544............................ 42

Vocal Scores / Opera

Mozart: Don Giovanni K. 527. BA 4550-93....................................................................... 43

Solo Voice

Gluck: French Operatic Arias: Soprano and Mezzo-soprano. BA 8167.............44–45

Contemporary Music

New publications.............................................................................................................46–47

Organ

Distler: New Edition of the Complete Organ Works IV. BA 9234..............................48

Complete Editions

New publications....................................................................................................................49

Beethoven Promotion

Promotional material and gifts....................................................................................50–51

Your Contacts.................................................................................................................52

Please find a pdf of this brochure on our website:

https://www.baerenreiter.com/en/service/promotion-material/new-publications-bulletin/

Here each title has been linked – ☞ – to the respective edition in our webshop where you can enlarge

sample pages and covers as well as find additional information.

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The Beethoven 2020 Diary

NEW

2019

The Beethoven 2020 Diary

Pocket diary. Format: 10.5 cm x 14.8 cm; Hardcover

Single copy

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-2451-1 · € 12.95

Pay for 10 copies and receive one for free!

Boxed set with 11 copies

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-2477-1 · € 129.50

• Beethoven and his era in all its many facets

• Many illustrations, mostly in colour

• A perfect gift for the Beethoven Anniversary Year 2020

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Beethoven: A limited edition

with a special price

from: Sonata quasi una Fantasia op. 27 no. 1, movt. 3 · BA 10853

Our original edition of the Piano Sonatas op. 27 which includes the

famous “Moonlight Sonata” (BA 10853, € 11.95) has now been made

available for the Beethoven Anniversary Year 2020 in a limited print

run with a special price of only € 3.00.

At the dawn of the 19 th century Beethoven struck out on new paths

with his two opus 27 sonatas, each of which he called a “sonata quasi

una fantasia”. Both of them, in particular the second sonata later,

nicknamed the “Moonlight Sonata”, were destined for immortality.

Why present a new Urtext edition of Beethoven’s piano sonatas?

The answer lies in the uncompromisingly precise editorial work of

Jonathan Del Mar. This Urtext edition of the two Sonatas op. 27 offers

a musical text that meets the highest scholarly demands as well as

the practical needs of performers. Along with a correction in the third

movement of op. 27 no. 1 (the 1 st eighth note in the right hand is a C,

not a C-flat as noted in other Urtext editions and even corrected as

such in Brahms’ personal copy), the musical text is presented in a

reader-friendly layout with practical page turns. The detailed

Critical Commentary offers information and explanations regarding

alternative readings and all editorial decisions.

Ludwig van Beethoven:

Sonata quasi una Fantasia

in E-flat major op. 27 no. 1

Sonata quasi una Fantasia

in C-sharp minor op. 27 no. 2

“Moonlight Sonata”

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Edited by Jonathan Del Mar

☞ BA 11838-04 · approx. € 3.00

To appear in June 2019

• Limited edition with a special price

• Edited by acclaimed Beethoven expert Jonathan Del Mar

• Content is identical with New Issue the original Title Bärenreiter edition BA 10853

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Setting the New Standard

The Beethoven Piano Sonatas

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Beethoven: The Piano Sonatas

Setting the New Standard

The Beethoven Complete Piano Sonatas

in an exemplary new edition

Complete Sonatas for Pianoforte I

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Edited by Jonathan Del Mar

☞ BA 11841

approx. € 26.95 (until 6 Jan 2021)

approx. € 34.95 (as of 7 Jan 2021)

Contents: WoO 47 – op. 14 (13 sonatas)

Complete Sonatas for Pianoforte III

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Edited by Jonathan Del Mar

☞ BA 11843

approx. € 26.95 (until 6 Jan 2021)

approx. € 34.95 (as of 7 Jan 2021)

Contents: op. 54 – op. 111 (11 sonatas)

Complete Sonatas for Pianoforte II

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Edited by Jonathan Del Mar

☞ BA 11842

approx. € 26.95 (until 6 Jan 2021)

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approx. € 34.95 (as of 7 Jan 2021)

Contents: op. 22 – op. 53 (11 sonatas)

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Complete Sonatas for Pianoforte I–III

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Edited by Jonathan Del Mar

Special set price

☞ BA 11840

approx. € 75.00 (until 6 Jan 2021)

approx. € 94.00 (as of 7 Jan 2021)

To appear in August 2019

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Beethoven: The Piano Sonatas

Following the critically acclaimed publication of the 35 Piano

Sonatas in separate editions, Bärenreiter now presents

Beethoven’s Complete Piano Sonatas in three volumes. This

edition, which is unparalleled in terms of its philological

accuracy, has been edited by world-renowned Beethoven

expert Jonathan Del Mar guaranteeing a musical text at the

forefront of musicological scholarship.

Each volume is equipped with a table of contents including

incipits of each sonata. Running titles with opus and movement

numbers enable a quick identification of individual works and

movements. Volume I includes a Foreword (Eng/Ger) which

covers all salient editorial issues with regard to Beethoven’s

notation and performance practice issues, supplemented by

facsimile pages.

An indispensable standard work at the cutting edge of

Beethoven scholarship!

• A definitive new critical performing edition at the cutting

edge of Beethoven scholarship

• Elegant, ready-friendly layout with practical page turns

• Table of contents with incipits as well as running titles

enable easy location of works

Eminent pianists on this edition:

“Jonathan Del Mar’s Beethoven edition is

unparalleled in terms of its precision. What I

value most about it is the use of lesser-known or

previously unknown sources, the commentary,

which is the most extensive to date, and the

discussion of problematic sections.

I wholeheartedly recommend this new edition

of Beethoven piano sonatas.”

(Paul Badura-Skoda)

“An edition such as this Bärenreiter Urtext

edition is important in that it lets me work with

"only" the core, the original foundation that the

composer – in this case Beethoven – provided

me with as working material. In its pure form,

this is of course a gift, but it is also only the

beginning.” (Igor Levit)

Further testimonials can be found here:

www.lvb2020.com

The perfect preparation for the

Beethoven Year 2020!

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Beethoven: The key

to his Piano Sonatas

NEW

2019

from: Grande Sonate in B-flat major op. 106

“Hammerklavier”, mm. 224–226:

A-sharp or A? BA 11840-40

Ludwig van Beethoven:

Complete Sonatas

for Pianoforte

Critical Commentary

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Edited by Jonathan Del Mar

☞ BA 11840-40 · approx. € 98.00

To appear in September 2019

Alongside the Urtext edition of Beethoven’s 35 piano sonatas which

sets new standards for the 21 st century, world-renowned Beethoven

expert Jonathan Del Mar presents a Critical Commentary to this body

of works.

With diligence and factual accuracy, he documents readings and

editorial decisions, discusses problematic sections and provides

answers for questions that have occupied and divided scholars for

decades, including Beethoven’s notational idiosyncrasies and

particular issues relating to performance practice. The Critical

Commentary is more than a mere list of findings: It is a fascinating

read offering valuable glimpses into Beethoven’s compositional

process. This scholarly contribution is unparalleled in its precision

and indispensable for in-depth studies of Beethoven’s piano sonatas.

• Extensive Critical Commentary (Eng) for all 35 piano sonatas

• Detailed description of sources

• Provides answers relating to compositional issues and

controversial readings

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For Beethoven use Bärenreiter

The Beethoven Piano Sonatas

in separate editions

Complete Sonatas for Pianoforte

edited by Jonathan Del Mar

Three Sonatas in E-flat major, F minor,

D major WoO 47 (“Kurfürsten Sonatas”)

BA 11801 · € 13.95

Three Sonatas in F minor, A major,

C major op. 2

BA 10859 · € 25.95

Grande Sonate in E-flat major op. 7

BA 11802 · € 7.95

Three Sonatas in C minor, F major, D major op. 10

BA 10857 · € 17.95

Grande Sonate pathétique in C minor op. 13

BA 10851 · € 6.50

Two Sonatas in E major, G major op. 14 nos. 1 and 2

BA 10855 · € 9.95

Grande Sonate in B-flat major op. 22

BA 11803 · € 7.95

Grande Sonate in A-flat major op. 26

(“Funeral March”)

BA 11804 · € 9.95

Sonata quasi una Fantasia in E-flat major,

C-sharp minor op. 27, nos. 1 and 2 (“Moonlight Sonata”)

BA 10853 · € 11.95

Sonata in D major op. 28 (“Pastorale”)

BA 11814 · € 8.25

Three Sonatas in G major, D minor (“Tempest”),

E-flat major op. 31

BA 11805 · € 21.95

Two Sonatas in G minor, G major op. 49

(“Sonates faciles”)

BA 10858 · € 7.95

Grande Sonate in C major op. 53

(“Waldstein”)

BA 10856 · € 9.95

Sonata in F major op. 54

BA 11806 · € 6.95

Sonata in F minor op. 57 (“Appassionata”)

BA 10852 · € 8.25

Sonata in F-sharp major op. 78

BA 11807 · € 10.95

Sonata in G major op. 79 (“Sonate facile”)

BA 11815 · € 6.95

Sonata in E-flat major op. 81a (“Les Adieux”)

BA 11808 · € 7.95

Sonata in E minor op. 90

BA 11809 · € 7.95

Sonata in A major op. 101

BA 11811 · € 7.50

Grande Sonate in B-flat major op. 106

(“Hammerklavier”)

BA 11810 · € 10.95

Sonata in E major op. 109

BA 10854 · € 9.95

Sonata in A-flat major op. 110

BA 11812 · € 6.95

Sonata in C minor

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op. 111

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BA 11813 · € 9.50

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Beethoven: Diabelli Variations

For the first time: The

complete Diabelli Variations

Ludwig van Beethoven:

33 Variations

on a Waltz op. 120

and

. Variations on a

Given Theme

Composed by Vienna’s

Most Excellent

Composers and Virtuosos

“Diabelli Variations”

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Edited by Mario Aschauer

With notes on performance practice by the

editor

☞ BA 9656 · approx. € 27.95

To appear in December 2019

from: Variations on a Given Theme · BA 9656

Beethoven’s “Diabelli Variations”, written between 1819 and 1823,

mark the pinnacle of his œuvre for variations and next to Bach’s

“Goldberg Variations” form one of the most important contributions

to this genre. In addition to Beethoven, 50 other

composers from Austria, mainly Vienna, followed Diabelli’s call to

create variations for his famous waltz, among them Czerny,

Moscheles, Fr. X. Mozart, Schubert, the 11-year-old Liszt and

J. N. Hummel.

The variations first printed by Diabelli fictively as “Fatherlandish

Union of Artists Part I” (Beethoven’s op. 120) and “Part II” (the 50

variations of Vienna’s “most excellent composers and virtuosos”) are

presented here by Mario Aschauer for the first time in one edition.

Furthermore the variations of Part II appear in an Urtext edition for

the first time. The musical text is based on a meticulous study of the

sources and for the first time relevant discrepancies between the

main sources are presented in light grey print.

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Beethoven: Diabelli Variations

Ludwig van Beethoven:

33 Variations on a Waltz

op. 120

“Diabelli Variations”

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from: 33 Variations on a Waltz op. 120 · BA 9657

A detailed Critical Commentary (Eng) and notes regarding Viennese

piano performance practice during Beethoven’s day complete this

special Urtext edition based on the most current research.

• One-of-a-kind Urtext edition of the complete Diabelli Variations

• First Urtext edition of the “Fatherlandish Union of Artists” Part II

variations

• Includes notes on performance practice of Viennese piano music

during Beethoven’s day (Ger/Eng)

Edited by Mario Aschauer

With notes on performance practice

by the editor

☞ BA 9657 · approx. € 11.95

To appear in December 2019

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Piano

Definitive edition of

Schubert’s late sonatas

Franz Schubert:

Piano Sonatas III

The Late Sonatas

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Edited by Walburga Litschauer

With notes on performance practice

by Mario Aschauer

☞ BA 9644 · approx. € 28.95

To appear in October 2019

ISMN 979-0-006-53986-4

Volume III of Schubert’s Piano Sonatas includes the tuneful, dance-like

Sonata in G major D 894 (1827), sometimes called the “Fantasie” sonata,

as well as the three great sonatas in C minor, A major and B-flat major

(D 958, 959 and 960), which were conceived as a triptych and constitute

the composer’s greatest contribution to the piano sonata genre.

The works pay homage to the three late sonatas of Beethoven.

This scholarly-critical Urtext edition is based on the definitive musical

text of the “New Schubert Edition” and presents the works in a

spacious new engraving with practical page turns. It includes an

informative Foreword and detailed notes (Ger/Eng) on central

performance practice issues such as the use of pedals and Schubert’s

distinctive manner of notating accents. It is rounded off by a

Critical Commentary (Eng) with performance-related alternative

readings. Schubert’s drafts for individual sonata movements can be

accessed on the Bärenreiter website.

9790006539864

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• Edited on the basis of the “New Schubert Edition”

• Access to Schubert’s drafts on the Bärenreiter website

• Includes valuable notes on performance practice during Schubert’s

day (Ger/Eng)

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Piano

Already published:

Franz Schubert

Piano Sonatas I. The Early Sonatas

BA 5642 · € 28.95

Sonata in G major op. 78 D 894

BA 9615 · € 14.95

Sonata in C minor D 958

BA 10869 · € 12.95

Sonata in A major D 959

BA 10861 · € 11.95

Sonata in B-flat major D 960

BA 10860 · € 11.95

Late Piano Pieces

BA 9634 · € 10.75

Moments Musicaux D 780 op. 94

BA 9647 · € 8.95

Impromptus D 899 op. 90, D 935 op. post. 142

BA 9648 · € 10.95

Fantasies for Piano

BA 10862 · € 18.95

Fantasy in C major D 760 op. 15 “Wanderer Fantasy”

BA 10870 · € 9.25

from: Works for Piano Duet III · BA 9645

Works for Piano Duet III

BA 9645 · € 31.95

All editions contain notes on performance practice.

(BA 9647 and BA 9648 include fingering).

In preparation:

Franz Schubert

Piano Sonatas II

BA 9643 · approx. € 25.95

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Piano

Chopin’s great Sonata

in B minor in a new evaluation

Frédéric Chopin:

Sonata in B minor

for Piano op. 58

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Edited by Paul Badura-Skoda

With fingering and notes on

performance practice by the editor

☞ BA 11828 · approx. € 13.50

To appear in November 2019

ISMN 979-0-006-56506-1

9790006565061

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Already published:

Frédéric Chopin

Vingt-quatre Préludes op. 28 /

Prélude op. 45

BA New 9610 Issue · € Title 16.50

from: Chopin, Sonata in B minor op. 58, movt. 1, m. 96 · BA 11828

The Piano Sonata in B minor op. 58 constitutes Chopin’s third and

most significant contribution to the genre. An entirely new evaluation

of the sources by the editor resulted in a revised reading of the work.

This edition is based on the French first edition, a version to which

Chopin added corrections until and even beyond the time of printing.

Some of the most important variants can be found in the first

movement (such as in m. 96), but also in the Largo and the Finale.

A Foreword (Ger/Eng) addressing the complex source situation and

notes on performance practice by Paul Badura-Skoda, a pioneer of the

historically-informed style of playing, provide extensive information

for the study of this newly edited work, presented here in an elegant

engraving with practical page turns. The Critical Commentary (Eng)

extensively documents readings and all editorial decisions. Chopin’s

original fingering is supplemented by fingering by the editor.

• Urtext edition based on an entirely new evaluation of sources

• Includes notes on performance practice for Chopin’s piano music

(Ger/Eng)

• With original fingering by the composer

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Piano

Beethoven on tour

Jean Kleeb:

Beethoven

Around the World

☞ BA 10931 · € 13.95

Already published, not announced

in previous New Publications Bulletin

Beethoven often incorporated musical influences from other

countries in his works. Jean Kleeb has picked up on this idea and

developed it further in these arrangements for piano solo. In his

tributes to Beethoven he emphasizes ethnic attributes such as

“alla turca” or he coaxes exotic rhythms out of certain works with

playful exaggeration. At other times, he simply enjoys demonstrating

the stark differences between the “classical” piano piece and world

music.

Enjoy pieces in samba style, with Cuban rhythms or jazzy-Arabic-like

scales. These pieces are fun to play, making Jean Kleeb’s “Beethoven

Around the World” a true musical pleasure.

• Can be performed individually or as a complete cycle

• Inspirational mix of classical/jazz fusion

• Of intermediate technical difficulty

From the contents:

Sonatango | Querbeethoven | Echos of Ecossaise | Afro Five

Pathétique | Samba do Beethoven | Alla Gamelan | In South African

Mood | Alla turca – Beethoven en Orient | Furioelise – Balkantanz

ISMN 979-0-006-56611-2

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About the composer:

When it comes to music, Jean Kleeb

is a globetrotter. A Brazilian of Swiss

descent, he has been living in

Germany for many years. Travelling

the world with his music, he is

always seeking new sources of

musical inspiration. As a composer,

pianist, choral conductor and

lecturer, he regularly amazes and

entertains his audiences with his

boundless musicality and

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Strings

Beethoven’s Violin

Sonatas in a new light

Ludwig van Beethoven:

Sonatas for Pianoforte and Violin

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Edited by Clive Brown

Both volumes contain an Urtext violin part and a second violin part

with historically accurate fingering and bowing prepared by

Clive Brown.

Volume I

op. 12 Nos. 1-3, op. 23, op. 24

Score with parts

☞ BA 9014 · approx. € 36.95

Volume II

op. 30 Nos. 1-3, op. 47, op. 96

Score with parts

☞ BA 9015 · approx. € 36.95

To appear in November 2019

Beethoven’s ten sonatas for piano and violin, along with those by

Mozart, constitute the heart of this classical music genre. Following

the lead of Mozart’s late sonatas, Beethoven lets the violin part

become increasingly independent from the piano part.

BA 9014

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Not only does Clive Brown’s scholarly critical edition offer a

meticulously edited text but for the first time it presents a list of

sources and a Critical Report. Furthermore Brown documents

a great number of passages where, by today’s standards, the notation

raises some questions. These passages had previously been

overlooked in the autograph but their significance is now clarified.

BA 9015

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Strings

from: BA 9014, volume I

One example can be found in Beethoven’s “Tempo di Minuetto”

from Sonata op. 30 No. 3, where he uses a notational idiosyncracy

based on C.P.E. Bach’s “Versuch über die wahre Art das Clavier zu

spielen” to denote a rest. This musical symbol, which was included in

the first edition published during Beethoven’s lifetime, has not been

addressed in any modern edition to date.

In addition, a score through a chord can also not be found in previous

modern editions; this denotes an arpeggiated chord.

The new edition of Beethoven’s Violin Sonatas offers:

• A scholarly-critical Urtext edition at the cutting edge of scholarship

• The first edition to include a list of sources and a Critical Report (Eng)

• Numerous corrections not found in previous editions

• A definitive Commentary on Performance Practice (Ger/Eng)

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Strings

“… the original, fiery and

bold spirit”

Ludwig van Beethoven:

Sonata in F major

for Pianoforte and Violin

op. 24

“Spring Sonata”

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Edited by Clive Brown

Includes an Urtext violin part and a

second violin part with historically

accurate fingering and bowing prepared

by Clive Brown.

Score with parts

☞ BA 10937 · approx. € 11.95

To appear in November 2019

In May of 1802, the “Allgemeine musikalische Zeitung” praised the

violin sonatas op. 23 and 24 as being “... among the best Beethoven

has written, which is to say that they are among the best being

written at all. The composer’s original, fiery and bold spirit …

becomes more and more apparent now ...”

The time during which Beethoven composed his “Spring Sonata”,

which was to become increasingly popular during the course of the

19 th century, was marked by a frantic surge of compositional

creativity. “I live only in my notes, and with one work barely finished,

the other is already started; the way I write now I often find myself

working on three, four things at the same time.”, he wrote in a letter

to Wegeler on 29 June 1801. However during this time, Beethoven also

suffered from the rapid deterioration of his hearing, a fact he was

still trying to hide and that the enchanting “Spring Sonata” certainly

does not divulge.

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Strings

A Violin Sonata

“come d’un concerto”

Ludwig van Beethoven:

Sonata in A major

for Pianoforte and Violin

op. 47 “Kreutzer Sonata”

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

An autograph fragment of the Violin Sonata op. 47 is titled, in

Beethoven’s hand, “Sonata mulattica composta per il mulatto

Brischdauer, gran pazzo e compositore mulattico” – meaning

“Mulatto Sonata composed for the mulatto Brischdauer, great

madman and mulatto composer”. The genesis of the sonata, which

was to become famous under the name “Kreutzer Sonata”,

is closely connected to a visit to Vienna by George Augustus Polgreen

Bridgetower (1778–1860), a violinist with an Afro-Caribbean father

and a European mother. In the language of that time, his descent

made him a mulatto.

Beethoven was apparently deeply impressed by Bridgetower’s

musicality and virtuosic abilities. However, when the sonata was

published in 1805, he dedicated it to Rodolphe Kreutzer under the

title “Sonata per il Pianoforte ed uno violino obligato in uno stile

molto concertante come d’un concerto”. The work “in the style of a

concerto” is probably Beethoven’s most demanding violin sonata

and since the 19 th century has formed part of the core repertoire of

the great violin virtuosos.

Edited by Clive Brown

Includes an Urtext violin part and a

second violin part with historically

accurate fingering and bowing

prepared by Clive Brown

Score with parts

☞ BA 10938 · approx. € 17.95

To appear in November 2019

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Strings / Chamber Music

New series:

Terezín Composers

About the new series:

Photo: Pavel Haas

© Music History Department of the

Moravian Museum in Brno

Before being deported and murdered, Czech composers

Pavel Haas, Gideon Klein, Viktor Ullmann, and Hans Krása were

detained at the Terezín (Theresienstadt) Ghetto. Even there they

continued to compose music. Although they suffered the same

tragic fate, their respective creative output was quite unique

with diverse and colorful compositions. Our new series “Terezín

Composers” aims to highlight these characteristics and comprises

selected chamber music works in new Urtext editions.

Pavel Haas:

String Quartet No. 2 op. 7

“Z Ópičích hor” / “From

the Monkey Mountains”

With percussion ad libitum

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Ondřej Pivoda

Pavel Haas was one of Leoš Janáček’s most gifted students. His String

Quartet No. 2 “From the Monkey Mountains” is considered to be one

of the first high points of his œuvre.

In this work, Haas combined elements of Janáček’s compositional

technique with jazz, particularly in the fourth movement’s

instrumentation for string quartet and percussion ad libitum. This

version was premiered in Brno in 1926; later, the work was revised for

string quartet only. For this edition Ondřej Pivoda has reconstructed

the original version, bringing to light passages that were never

published until now.

Parts in slipcover

☞ BA 11525 · approx. € 29.95

Study score

☞ TP 525 · approx. € 23.50

To appear in November 2019

ISMN 979-0-2601-0885-1

ISMN 979-0-2601-0886-8

9790260108851

9790260108868

New Issue Nova Title

New Issue Title

TP 525

New Issue Title

BA 11525

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Strings / Chamber Music

from: Haas, String Quartet No. 2 op. 7 · TP 525

This is the first critical edition of the work. It is based on all relevant

sources, taking sketches of the final version of the score and

contemporary performance material into account. It includes an

extensive Foreword (Cz/Eng/Ger) as well as a Critical Commentary

(Eng).

• First edition of the work as it was originally premiered

• Includes passages unpublished to date

• First volume of the new series “Terezín Composers”

The following volumes are currently in preparation:

Pavel Haas

Wind Quintet

To appear approx. in 2020

Gideon Klein

Sonata for Piano

To appear approx. in 2020/2021

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Strings / Chamber Music

Beethoven’s late

string quartets

Ludwig van Beethoven:

String Quartet

in B-flat major

op. 130

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Jonathan Del Mar

Parts in slipcover

☞ BA 9030 · approx. € 19.95

Study Score

With an Introduction by Misha Donat

☞ TP 930 · approx. € 10.95

Critical Commentary

☞ BA 9030-40 · approx. € 34.95

Although Beethoven did not live to see the publication of his String

Quartets op. 130 and op. 133, he oversaw the production process,

making corrections and putting the works into their final form.

The String Quartet op. 130 is the longest piece within Beethoven’s

extensive chamber music œuvre. Originally, the Große Fuge was

meant to be the final movement of op. 130. Beethoven’s conversation

books document the separation of the Große Fuge from op. 130, its

replacement by a new finale and its assignment to a new opus

number op. 133.

To appear in November 2019

New Issue Title

New Issue Title

BA 9030 New Issue Title TP 930

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Strings / Chamber Music

Rehearsal numbers –

Beethoven’s new “invention”

Ludwig van Beethoven:

Große Fuge

for String Quartet

op. 133

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Even by today’s standards, the Große Fuge is a complicated work and

poses a challenge to performers. However it was the first work in

music history to include a helpful addition: rehearsal numbers. These

were included in the first edition so that during rehearsals musicians

could find a common entry without having to start the piece afresh.

• Critical performing Urtext editions

• Meticulously laid out parts to meet all performers’ needs

• Detailed Critical Commentaries (Eng) with facsimile pages

Edited by Jonathan Del Mar

Parts in slipcover

☞ BA 9033 · approx. € 11.95

Study score

With an Introduction by Misha Donat

☞ TP 933 · approx. € 10.95

To appear in November 2019

New Issue Title

BA 9033 New Issue Title TP 933

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“.. but true art has a mind of its own,

not allowing itself to be forced into

flattering forms.“

(Ludwig van Beethoven, mid-March 1820 in a conversation book)

Ludwig van Beethoven

String Quartet

op. 130 |

Große Fuge op. 133

in B-flat major

BÄRENREITER FACSIMILE

59 59

III | 11 47 – 51 59

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Facsimile of the autograph score held in the

Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin – Preußischer

Kulturbesitz, Moravské zemské muzeum,

Badische Landesbibliothek, Biblioteka Jagiellońska,

Bibliothèque nationale de France, Library of Congress.

With a Commentary by Ulrich Konrad

Documenta Musicologica II, 55

approx. 288 pages; half-leather binding

☞ BVK 2464 · approx. € 349.00

To appear in November 2019

“Unintelligible, like Chinese”, a contemporary

Viennese critic remarked on the premiere of

Ludwig van Beethoven’s Große Fuge op. 133 in

March 1826. Before Beethoven penned a more

concise finale, the Große Fuge concluded his String

Quartet in B-flat major op. 130, a remarkable work

in every sense of the word and one of the boldest

of its time. With its six movements, it defies

traditional form and today, it is regarded as a

pinnacle among Beethoven’s late string quartets.

After the composer’s death, the original manuscript

suffered a strange fate. It was separated into

movements and distributed to different owners.

The parts of the autograph strewn across

libraries in Europe and the United States have

now been reunited in this facsimile edition for

the first time in over 190 years.

The facsimile is rendered in high-quality colour

printing, reproducing the autograph in such

detail that Beethoven’s correction process

where he pasted over previous entries becomes

evident. Without disturbing the bibliophilic

overall impression, movement and measure

numbers have been added to each page to

facilitate usage. An Introduction by renowned

musicologist Ulrich Konrad, winner of the

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize, elaborates on

the work’s distinctive features and its history.

• High-quality facsimile of Beethoven’s

distinguished late work

• All parts of the autograph score reunited

for the first time in over 190 years

• The fair copy of the final movement is the last

great composition New Issue completed Title by Beethoven

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Strings

A piano accompaniment

for young violin beginners

PIANO ACCOMPANIMENT / KLAVIERBEGLEITUNG

Egon Sassmannshaus /

Kurt Sassmannshaus:

Early Start on the

Violin, Volume 1,

Piano Accompaniment

Arranged by Ryoko Katsumoto

☞ BA 10751 · approx. € 12.95

To appear in September 2019

ISMN 979-0-006-56775-1

New Issue Title 9790006567751

Also published:

Egon Sassmannshaus /

Kurt Sassmannshaus

Early Start on the Violin

Volume 1:

BA 9676 · € 13.95

Volume 1

with a Spanish text supplement:

BA 9664 · € 13.95

Volume 1

with a French text supplement:

BA New 9666 Issue · € Title 13.95

Every year, many young children learn to play the violin with the

“Early Start on the Violin” method by Egon and Kurt Sassmannshaus.

The melodies are easy to play and are accompanied by colourful

illustrations. However even the youngest players enjoy trying their

hand at playing together with others. In order to allow them to get

a feel for rhythmic steadiness and playing in tune, the entire first

volume of the Sassmannshaus violin method has been enhanced by

a piano accompaniment

The piano part provides a harmonic background for each piece

as well as an effective musical support for the young violinist.

The accompaniment is easy to play and ideal for use by the violin

teacher or a parent.

• With an easy piano part

• Provides effective musical support for young violinists

• Encourages making music together with others

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Strings

Merry Christmas

for Strings

George A. Speckert:

Merry Christmas

for Strings

Score with 5 parts

(VI, VII, Va [VIII], Vc)

Christmas is a joyful time: presents under the tree, seeing friends and

relatives, the wonderful smell of cookies and much more. Christmas is

also a time for making music. Song and sound play an important role

in creating a Christmas atmosphere.

☞ BA 10652 · € 16.95

(replaces BA 8140)

Already published, not announced in

previous New Publications Bulletin

Every land and region has its favorite Christmas carols. These are

usually played though, for the most part, in the country from which

they originate. It is always nice to get to know songs of other places.

In this way, we can experience the atmosphere of Christmas as

celebrated in other regions.

With this edition we invite you to play more music and experience

even more the Christmas season.

ISMN 979-0-006-56862-8

9790006568628

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Orchestra

“Light in spirit and not

many solo passages”

Joseph Haydn:

Symphony in C minor

Hob. I:78

URTEXT

Edited by Sonja Gerlach and

Sterling Murray

Full score

☞ BA 10985 · approx. € 42.95

Wind set

BA 10985-65 approx. € 55.00

Violin I BA 10985-74 approx. € 10.95

Violin II BA 10985-75 approx. € 10.95

Viola BA 10985-79 approx. € 10.95

Violoncello and Double bass

BA 10985-82 approx. € 10.95

To appear in August 2019

ISMN 979-0-006-56812-3

Along with Symphonies Nos. 76 and 77 Haydn composed Symphony

No. 78 for a journey to England that never took place. Nonetheless,

H. C. Robbins Landon referred to these works as the “English

Symphonies” as they are stylistically closely linked to “the London

Bach”, Johann Christian Bach. In a letter Haydn wrote to his Paris

publisher Charles-Georges Boyer in 1783, he described the works as

“Leicht und nicht vil Concertirend”, meaning they were light in spirit

and did not contain extensive solo passages but rather a clear sense

of classical form.

Continuing the cooperation between Bärenreiter and the G. Henle

publishing company regarding Haydn’s large-scale choral works,

operas, and symphonies, this edition is based on the G. Henle

Complete Edition of the “Works of Joseph Haydn”. To date, Bärenreiter

has published the complete performance material for several of

Haydn’s “Sturm und Drang” symphonies as well as the complete

London and Paris symphonies.

BA 10985

9790006568123

New Issue Title

• Based on the G. Henle Complete Edition of the “Works of Joseph Haydn”

• Orchestral parts in a large format (25.5 cm x 32.5 cm)

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Orchestra

The first Urtext edition

of a key orchestral work

Camille Saint-Saëns:

Danse macabre

for Orchestra op. 40

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Hugh Macdonald

Saint-Saëns was a great admirer of the symphonic poems by Franz

Liszt. His own symphonic poem “Danse macabre” reflects not only

his affinity to medieval superstitions but also constitutes a tribute

to Liszt’s “Totentanz”.

“Danse macabre” is based on the eponymous song Saint-Saëns

composed in 1872 after Henri Cazalis’ poem. At its premiere, the work

was not well-received; in fact it was booed, possibly due to the “diabolic”

solo violin playing on an E-string that was tuned down to E-flat, which

the audience might have misinterpreted as being out of tune.

However within ten years the work had become so popular that

Saint-Saëns quoted some of its musical themes in “The Carnival of the

Animals”. Since the composer’s death, “Danse macabre” is among the

works most often mentioned in connection with the theatrical face

of death found in popular mortuary cult.

Full score

☞ BA 8834 · approx. € 34.95

Wind set

BA 8834-65 · approx. € 69.00

Violin I BA 8834-74 approx. € 4.50

Violin II BA 8834-75 approx. € 4.50

Viola BA 8834-79 approx. € 4.50

Violoncello BA 8834-82 approx. € 4.50

Double bass BA 8834-85 approx. € 4.50

To appear in October 2019

ISMN 979-0-006-56719-5

• Urtext edition based on “Camille Saint-Saëns – Complete Edition

of the Instrumental Works”

• Orchestral parts in a large format (25.5 cm x 32.5 cm)

• Detailed Foreword (Eng/Fr/Ger)

9790006567195

New Issue Title

BA 8834

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Choir / Vocal Scores

New Urtext editions with

a unique editorial approach

Johannes Brahms:

Ein deutsches Requiem op. 45

for Soloists (S, Bar), Choir (SATB), Orchestra and

Organ ad libitum

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Peter Schmitz

Piano reduction by the composer

With a Foreword (Ger/Eng), edited by Michael Werthmann

Full score

☞ BA 7600 · approx. € 59.00

Vocal score (Ger)

☞ BA 7600-90 · approx. € 8.95

Choral score (Ger)

☞ BA 7600-91 · approx. € 6.95

Wind set BA 7600-65 approx. € 82.00

Organo BA 7600-67 approx. € 10.50

Violino I BA 7600-74 approx. € 5.25

Violino II BA 7600-75 approx. € 5.25

Viola BA 7600-79 approx. € 5.25

Violoncello BA 7600-82 approx. € 5.25

Contrabbasso BA 7600-85 approx. € 5.25

Critical Commentary (Eng) BA 7600-40 approx. € 16.95

To appear in November 2019

New Issue Title

• For the first time the full score and vocal score have been edited

simultaneously

• Extensive Foreword with notes on performance practice (Ger/Eng)

• Detailed Critical Commentary (Eng) available separately

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Choir / Vocal Scores

Johannes Brahms

© 2019 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel

from: BA 7600 (Full score)

from: BA 7600-90 (Vocal score)

Johannes Brahms’ “Ein deutsches Requiem” is a masterpiece and

constitutes one of the most important works in the history of the

oratorio genre.

For the first time in the history of the work, the full score as well as

the vocal score with a piano reduction by the composer are presented

in scholarly-critical Urtext editions in their own right. They have been

prepared simultaneously by individual editors working in close

collaboration with each other: Peter Schmitz has edited the full score

and Michael Werthmann the vocal score. Both editions are based on

the first print authorized by the composer and are at the cutting edge

of musical scholarship.

ISMN 979-0-006-52342-9

9790006523429

BA 7600

New Issue Title

A separate volume (BA 7600-40) unites the Critical Commentaries of

these editions. It offers an in-depth analysis of the consulted sources,

reconstructs the genesis of the work and documents important

editorial decisions. New definitive findings regarding the number

of print runs of the first edition are also included. Noteworthy is

the detailed description of the autograph score.

ISMN 979-0-006-52343-6

9790006523436

ISMN 979-0-006-56484-2

9790006564842

New Issue Title

BA 7600-90

New Issue Title

BA 7600-91

New Issue Title

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Choir / Vocal Scores

Are you ready to tackle

Beethoven’s 9 th ?

Ludwig van Beethoven:

Symphony No. 9

D minor op. 125

Finale (Ode to Joy)

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Jonathan Del Mar

Piano reduction by Eike Wernhard

Vocal score (Ger)

☞ BA 9009-90 · € 10.25

The full score and complete

performance material

are available on sale

Already published

• Edited by Beethoven Expert Jonathan Del Mar

• Urtext edition reflecting the latest musicological research

• Clearly laid out idiomatic piano reduction

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Choir

We can provide you with

everything you need!

This Pronunciation Guide helps Japanese singers with the pronunciation

of the German text in the “Finale” of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9.

It includes the singing text in German, the international phonetic

transcription, Japanese Katakana as well as a translation into

Japanese.

The Introduction by Eizaburo Tsuchida sheds light on the history and

reception of the 9 th Symphony in Japan.

Video – A Pronunciation Guide

for Choral Singers

Ludwig van Beethoven

Symphony No. 9 in D minor op. 125

Finale (Ode to Joy)

This video helps choral singers with the pronunciation of the

German text in the “Finale” of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9.

In the first part of the video, you will hear the original poem by

Friedrich Schiller “Ode an die Freude” being read. While the text

is being spoken, you can follow the German words on the screen.

In the second part of the video, sections of the soprano choral

part are used as a model. Section by section, you will hear the

text of the “Finale” spoken in rhythm and tempo, underlaid with

the German text, the international phonetic transcription, and

Japanese Katakana. Subsequently you will hear the soprano choral

part sung. Measure and page numbers refer to the Bärenreiter

vocal score of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 (BA 9009-90).

Ludwig van Beethoven:

Symphony No. 9

in D minor op. 125, Finale

A Pronunciation Guide

for Japanese Singers

(Text booklet in Japanese)

With an Introduction on the work’s

reception by Eizaburo Tsuchida

BA 9009-14 · approx. € 3.95

To appear in July 2019

This video is not meant to teach singers how to sing the actual

notes and melodic lines. It only focuses on the pronunciation.

Video available for free download

on the Bärenreiter website

and on YouTube

Special set price:

Vocal Score and Pronunciation Guide

BA 9009-15 · approx. € 11.95

Set of BA 9009-90 (Vocal Score)

+ New BA 9009-14 Issue Title (Text booklet)

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Choir / Choral Scores

Heinrich Schütz

Choral Works

Es wird das Zepter von Juda nicht

entwendet werden.

Prima pars (SWV 369)

☞ BA 25001 · approx. € 2.95

To appear in July 2019

Heinrich Schütz: Choral works

now also in separate editions

Important choral works by Heinrich Schütz

Er wird sein Kleid in Wein waschen.

Secunda pars (SWV 370)

☞ BA 25002 · approx. € 2.95

To appear in July 2019

Es ist erschienen die heilsame Gnade

Gottes (SWV 371)

☞ BA 25003 · approx. € 3.95

To appear in July 2019

Viel werden kommen von Morgen

und von Abend (SWV 375)

☞ BA 25004 · approx. € 2.95

To appear in July 2019

Sammlet zuvor das Unkraut

(SWV 376)

☞ BA 25005 · approx. € 2.95

To appear in July 2019

Tröstet, tröstet mein Volk (SWV 382)

☞ BA 25006 · approx. € 3.95

To appear in July 2019

To complement the already published separate editions, the

remaining motets from the “Geistliche Chor-Music” and further

important choral works by Heinrich Schütz are now appearing in

practical choral score editions. They form an indispensable part of

any choirs’ or ensembles’ repertoire. All editions are presented in

a clear spacious layout and are based on the latest musicological

research from the “New Schütz Edition”.

Instrumental string and wind parts can be purchased for the

“Geistliche Chor-music” which is available in collected volume

editions (BA 5901 and BA 5902) as well as now in separate editions.

Herzlich lieb hab ich dich, o Herr (SWV 387)

☞ BA 25009 · approx. € 8.95

To appear in July 2019

Unser Wandel ist im Himmel (SWV 390)

☞ BA 25010 · approx. € 4.95

To appear in July 2019

Was mein Gott will, das gscheh allzeit (SWV 392)

☞ BA 25011 · approx. € 3.95

To appear in July 2019

Ich bin eine rufende Stimme

(SWV 383)

☞ BA 25007 · approx. € 4.50

To appear in July 2019

Ein Kind ist uns geboren (SWV 384)

☞ BA 25008 · approx. € 3.95

To appear in July 2019

Ich weiß, dass mein Erlöser lebt (SWV 393)

☞ BA 25012 · approx. € 3.25

To appear in July 2019

Sehet an den Feigenbaum und alle Bäume

(SWV 394)

☞ BA 25013 · approx. € 4.95

To appear in July 2019

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Choir / Choral Scores

from: BA 25001

from: BA 25007

Der Engel sprach zu den Hirten (SWV 395)

☞ BA 25014 · approx. € 3.25

To appear in July 2019

Auf dem Gebirge hat man ein Geschrei gehöret

(SWV 396)

☞ BA 25015 · approx. € 3.50

To appear in July 2019

Du Schalksknecht, alle diese Schuld hab

ich dir erlassen (SWV 397)

☞ BA 25016 · approx. € 3.95

To appear in July 2019

Psalm No. 116: Das ist mir lieb (SWV 51)

☞ BA 25017 · approx. € 8.95

To appear in July 2019

New Issue Title

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Choir / Full Scores

Major full score now in an

affordable soft-cover edition

Johann Sebastian Bach:

St. Matthew Passion

BWV 244

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Alfred Dürr based on the work

of Max Schneider

Full score

☞ BA 5038-02 · approx. € 79.00

To appear in October 2019

How practical: This choral masterpiece is now appearing in a handy

and affordable soft-cover score to complement the substantial

linen-bound complete edition volume.

The tried-and-tested musical text remains unchanged, whilst the

Foreword has been revised and supplemented by an English

translation.

• Tried-and-tested content of the complete edition now

in a soft-cover score

• Extensive Foreword in German and now also in English

ISMN 979-0-006-56824-6

9790006568246

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Choir / Full Scores

Further full scores in soft-cover editions

Also available:

George Frideric Handel

Messiah HWV 56

BA 4012-02 · € 69.00

Joseph Haydn

Missa in B-flat major

“Theresa Mass” Hob. XXII:12

BA 4661-02 · € 49.00

Joseph Haydn

Missa in Angustiis

“Nelson Mass” Hob. XXII:11

BA 4660-02 · € 49.95

Joseph Haydn

Missa in B-flat major

“Creation Mass” Hob. XXII:13

BA 4656-02 · € 48.95

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Requiem K. 626

BA 4538-02 · € 38.95

from: Handel, Messiah HWV 56 · BA 4012-02

New Issue Title

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Choir / Full Scores

New full score of the

“Harmony Mass”

Joseph Haydn:

Missa in B-flat major

“Harmony Mass”

Hob. XXII:14

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Friedrich Lippmann

Full score

☞ BA 4659-02 · approx. € 62.00

To appear in September 2019

Haydn composed his Missa in B-flat major, also known as the

“Harmony Mass” in 1802. It is the last of the six great mass settings,

which forms the crowning glory of Haydn’s vocal music alongside

“The Creation” and “The Seasons”.

Continuing the cooperation between Bärenreiter and the G. Henle

publishing company regarding Haydn’s large-scale choral works,

operas, and symphonies, this edition is based on the G. Henle

Complete Edition of the “Works of Joseph Haydn”.

• Soft-cover full score

• Musical text at the cutting edge of scholarship

• Based on the G. Henle Complete Edition of the

“Works of Joseph Haydn”

ISMN 979-0-006-56536-8

9790006565368

New Issue Title

This full score is fully compatible with all existing performance

material:

“Missa in B-flat major” Hob. XXII:14 “Harmony Mass”

BA 4659-90 Vocal score (Lat) € 16.50

TP 97 Study score € 29.50

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Choir / Choral Scores

New choral work

by Mårten Jansson

Mårten Jansson:

Missa Brevis

Arosiensis

for choir (SATB)

Choral score (Lat)

☞ BA 8527 · approx. € 4.95

Mårten Jansson is internationally known, particularly for his masses;

the Missa brevis in E-flat minor and the Missa Popularis are regularly

performed in concert programmes.

To appear in July 2019

Minimum order quantity: 10 copies

The new Missa Brevis Arosiensis is stylistically connected with these

masses. Due to its moderate technical difficulty, manageable length

and overall positive mood, it can be tackled even by amateur choirs.

The mass was commissioned for the Mariakören, the choir of the

Västerås cathedral, Sweden. The title Arosiensis refers to this city.

ISMN 979-0-006-56825-3

9790006568253

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Descant Recorder

A time travel album

for descant recorder

A Journey

from the Middle Ages

to the Present Day

A Selection of Compositions

for Descant Recorder

Edited by Jan Kvapil

☞ BA 11544 · approx. € 15.50

To appear in October 2019

ISMN 979-0-2601-0891-2

This album includes over sixty compositions, taking players on a musical

journey through the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Baroque period right

up until our time. The pieces include works by old masters such as

Vivaldi, Bach, Hotteterre, Dowland and Telemann, as well as folk songs

and thirteen original compositions by British flautist Alan Davis.

A variety of styles including blues, jazz, and Latin are covered.

The pieces of medium technical difficulty were selected by renowned

Czech flautist Jan Kvapil who is known for his recorder school methods.

They are suitable for recorder solo, recorder with accompaniment

(guitar, piano/harpsichord) and can also be played with 2-3 recorders.

Free supplementary materials are available for this edition: There are

32 audio examples which can be downloaded. One can listen to the

pieces unaccompanied or accompanied by various instruments

(harpsichord, piano, lute, viola da gamba, percussion) and in various

tempos.

9790260108912

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• For descant recorder in various ensemble combinations

• Of medium technical difficulty

• With free audio tracks and download material

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Opera / Vocal Scores

Important vocal scores

available again in

hardcover

Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” is now available again in hardcover.

Due to numerous customer requests, Bärenreiter will be successively

offering vocal scores to major Mozart operas in hardback editions

again. This means you now have the choice: perhaps you prefer a

lower-priced and slightly lighter soft-cover edition with excellent

lay-flat characteristics or you feel that sturdier hardcover editions

of important repertoire works are more likely to survive the rigours

of a musician’s life.

In preparation:

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Così fan tutte K. 588

(Libretto: Lorenzo Da Ponte, libretto translation: Kurt Honolka)

BA 4606-93

Idomeneo K. 366

(Libretto: Giambattista Varesco, libretto translation:

Eberhard Schmidt)

BA 4562-93

Wolfgang Amadeus

Mozart:

Don Giovanni K. 527

Dramma giocoso

in two acts

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

☞ BA 4550-93 · € 49.95

Already published, not announced in

previous New Publications Bulletin

ISMN 979-0-006-56793-5

Die Zauberflöte / The Magic Flute K. 620

(Libretto: Emanuel Schikaneder)

BA 4553-93

Le nozze di Figaro / The Marriage of Figaro K. 492

(Libretto: Lorenzo Da Ponte, libretto translation: Kurt Honolka)

BA 4565-93

9790006567935

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Don Giovanni K. 527

BA 4550-90 · € 42.95

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Solo Voice

New series:

French Operatic Arias

Christoph Willibald

Gluck:

Airs d’opéra français :

Dessus et grand dessus /

French Operatic Arias:

Soprano and

Mezzo-soprano

Edited by Benoît Dratwicki

Piano reductions

by Heinz Moehn, Jürgen Sommer,

Michael Töpel and Hans Vogt

Vocal score (Fr)

☞ BA 8167 · approx. € 47.95

Already published, not announced in

previous New Publications Bulletin

Performance material

available on hire

The edition contains French arias for soprano or mezzo-soprano from

operas composed by opera reformer Christoph Willibald Gluck for the

Paris Opera:

“Iphigénie en Aulide” (1774) | “Orphée et Euridice” (1774)

“Alceste” (1776) | “Armide” (1777) | “Iphigénie en Tauride” (1779)

Each edition includes an informative text section containing

a Foreword (Fr/Eng), a brief account of the dramatic situation as well

as a literal English translation of every aria.

• Based on the Christoph Willibald Gluck Complete Edition

• Suitable for professional opera singers and voice students

• Practical and idiomatic piano part

Coproduction with the Centre de

musique baroque de Versailles (CMBV)

ISMN 979-0-006-56368-5

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9790006563685

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Solo Voice

Christoph Willibald Gluck, painted by

Joseph-Sifrède Duplessis

© akg-images / Erich Lessing

About the series:

Christoph Willibald Gluck. French Operatic Arias

In collaboration with the Centre de musique baroque de Versailles

(CMBV), all arias from Christoph Willibald Gluck’s French operas will

be published for the first time in a collection of four volumes, ordered

by voice type:

Airs d’opéra français / French Operatic Arias

Volume 1 BA 8167 Dessus et grand dessus /

Soprano and Mezzo-soprano

Volume 2 BA 8169 Basse-taille / Baritone

Volume 3 BA 8166 Dessus / Soprano

Volume 4 BA 8168 Haute-contre / Tenor

With their wide variety of arias and informative texts, these volumes

constitute a valuable resource of works by one of the preeminent

opera composers of the 18 th century. They are suitable for opera

singers and voice students and can be used in lessons, auditions and

recitals.

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Ľubica Čekovská

Beat Furrer

© Manu Theobald

Miroslav Srnka

© Vojtěch Havlík

Matthias Pintscher

© Franck Ferville

Manfred Trojahn

Contemporary Music

New publications up to May 2019

Works available on sale:

Luboš Fišer

Sonatas for Violoncello

H 8025

Works available on hire:

Ľubica Čekovská

Cantus Simplicissimus for orchestra

BA 11167-72

Matthias Pintscher

skull for three trumpets in C

BA 11418-72

Miroslav Srnka

Overheating for ensemble

BA 11172-72

Manfred Trojahn

V. String Quartet

BA 11417-72

Three fragments from Stabat Mater

for mixed choir (SSAATTBB)

BA 11173-72

Beat Furrer

Violetter Schnee. Opera

Text by Händl Klaus

based on a work by Vladimir Sorokin

translated by Dorothea Trottenberg

BA 11165-72

Schnee-Szenen for two sopranos and orchestra

from the opera “Violetter Schnee”

Text by Händl Klaus after a work by

Vladimir Sorokin

BA 11176-72

Matthias Pintscher

NUR for solo piano and ensemble

BA 11170-72

Philipp Maintz

Thérèse

Chamber opera

Libretto by Otto Katzameier

inspired by the novel “Thérèse Raquin” by Émile Zola

BA 11168-72

Émile Zola’s novel “Thérèse Raquin” tells the story of

a violent crime, of madness, and of self-destruction.

Philipp Maintz chose the subject of the husbandmurdering

heroine for his second stage work

“Thérèse”. The chamber opera calls for two female

and two male singers as well as 11 instrumentalists.

The libretto by Otto Katzameier narrates the action

in an unusual, almost cinematic manner, for which

Philipp Maintz composed an animated, highly

effective music that appeals to the listener on a

very immediate level.

The work was premiered on 14 April 2019 at the

Salzburg Easter Festival.

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Current works by Philipp

Maintz available on sale:

NEW

2019

trawl

music for flute, clarinet, violin,

violoncello and piano

☞ BA 9388 Score

☞ BA 9388-22 Parts

NAHT (yo no pido a la noche

explicaciones)

Music for violin and violoncello

☞ BA 9338

thränenbenezt

for viola and piano

☞ BA 11068

ferner, und immer ferner

music for solo organ

☞ BA 9367

in nomine: coronæ

music for solo organ

☞ BA 11018

from: Maintz, Thérèse · BA 11168-72

New NovaIssue Title

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Organ

Organ Partita (Editio princeps)

First publication

Hugo Distler:

New Edition of the

Complete Organ Works IV

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Armin Schoof

☞ BA 9234 · € 32.95

Already published, not announced in

previous New Publications Bulletin

The publication of the fourth volume concludes the New Edition

of the Complete Organ Works by Hugo Distler. The organ partita

“Jesus Christus, unser Heiland“ is already available in a shorter version

(Choral – Bicinium – Ricercare und Satz, (Distler: Organ Works II

(BA 9232), p.7). Here it is published for the first time in its original,

larger form containing a chorale, eight variations and the older

ricercar.

This scholarly-critical edition includes a comprehensive Foreword on

Distler’s organ works, a detailed Critical Commentary (Ger/Eng) as

well as a complete facsimile of the source material and registration

examples from Distler’s favorite organ at Lübeck’s St Jakobi Church.

• First Urtext edition of Hugo Distler’s organ works

• First publication of the organ partita (Editio princeps)

• Extensive Foreword (Ger/Eng), Critical Commentary (Ger/Eng)

with facsimile of the organ partita “Jesus Christus, unser Heiland”

(variation cycle)

New Issue Title

Also available:

Hugo Distler

New Edition of the

Complete Organ Works

Volume I: BA 9231 · € 30.95

Volume II: BA 9232 · € 28.95

Volume III: BA New 9233 Issue · € 34.50 Title

Photo: Hugo Distler © Bärenreiter Archive

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Complete Editions

New publications up to May 2019

Das deutsche Kirchenlied

Section II, Volume 7

Critical Commentary for Gesänge I–Z und Nachträge

(Nos. 331–813) /

Critical Commentary for Zyklische Sammlungen (Vol. 5)

Edited by Laurenz Lütteken

☞ BA 8362-01

Gabriel Fauré – The Complete Works

Series II, Volume 1: Works for Mixed

Choir and Orchestra

Les Djinns op. 12 N 43b / La Naissance de Vénus op. 29

N 72b / Madrigal op. 35 N 78b / Pavane op. 50 N 100a

Edited by Hugh Macdonald

☞ BA 9473-01

Niels W. Gade

Works, Series IV,2

Elverskud / The Elf-King’s Daughter

op. 30

Edited by Niels Bo Foltmann

☞ BA 7621

Works, Series IV,4

Kalanus op. 48

Edited by Karsten Eskildsen

☞ BA 7623

New Gesualdo Edition

Responsoria et alia ad Officium

Hebdomadæ Sanctæ spectantia

Edited by Rodobaldo Tibaldi

☞ BA 10389-01

Christoph Willibald Gluck

Complete Works

Series IV, Volume 2: La Fausse Esclave

Edited by Elisabeth Schönfeld

☞ BA 5816-01

Christoph Willibald Gluck

Complete Edition

Series II, Volumes 4

Ballet Music

Les Corsaires (Vienna 1759) / Le Prix de la danse

(Vienna 1759) / Le Berger magicien (Vienna 1759) /

Les Miquelets espagnols (Vienna 1759) /

Le Naufrage (Vienna 1759) / Les Faunes (Vienna

1760) / Les Trois Couleurs (Vienna 1760)

Edited by Ingeborg Zechner,

with a Foreword by Vera Grund

☞ BA 5819-01

George Frideric Handel

Halle Handel Edition

Series III, Volume 7

Te Deum in B-flat major HWV 281

(Cannons)

Edited by Graydon Beeks

☞ BA 10708-01

Leoš Janáček

Complete Critical Edition of the

Works of Leoš Janáček C,3

Female Choruses

Edited by Miloš Orson Štědroň

and Jiří Zahrádka

☞ BA 6865-01

OPERA - Spectrum of European

Music Theatre

in Separate Editions, Volume 3

Georg Anton Benda

Medea (Version 1784)

Edited by Jörg Krämer

☞ BA 8816-01 New Issue Title

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