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    as we all know there are many publishers, and every period (baroque, classical, romantic) has it's best publisher, actually every composer has it's best publisher.
    and i would like to know with is the best publisher for chopin??

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    G. Henle Verlag.

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    Alternatively Paderewski.

    But really Henle

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    I agree. G. Henle's Urtext Editions are amazing. Also, I quite like Edition Peters, especially for Grieg, although they tend to be amazingly expensive at times.

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    They are also very beautiful scores, which makes them excellent for collecting. Henle is just good business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gal View Post
    as we all know there are many publishers, and every period (baroque, classical, romantic) has it's best publisher, actually every composer has it's best publisher.
    and i would like to know with is the best publisher for chopin??
    This is almost true, except that Henle is the best publisher of everything.

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    They will also rape your wallet and leave a giant hole.

    but the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasa View Post
    They will also rape your wallet and leave a giant hole.

    but the best
    Buy it online. I know that sheetmusicplus.com have a sale on all G.Henle Urtexts every February

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