Henle goes digital with new sheet-music app

Posted on: January 26, 2016

“German sheet music publishing house G. Henle Verlag has today announced the global launch of the ‘Henle Library’ digital urtext-edition sheet music app,” reports an unsigned article on Monday (1/25) at The Violin Channel. “ ‘After a more than two year development period … and a level of investment that was unprecedented in the history of the publishing house, we are proud to finally present the “Henle Library” app,’ the company has said, via their blog site…. The fully-customisable digital iPad urtext scores will include an annotation pen, adjustable stave sizes and layouts—as well as the ability to add and remove other chamber music lines. Optional fingerings and markings will also be available … from acclaimed virtuosos and pedagogues—including Igor Ozim, Leopold Auer, Christian Tetzlaff, Conrad Hansen, Murray Perahia and Lars Vogt. The ‘Henle Libary’ app will be available in German, English and Chinese, for Apple iPads from 3rd February—and for Android tablets from May 2016.”

Posted January 26, 2016