World Premiere Recording of Albumblatt by Brahms, now on iTunes

Posted in Music by Robert Henry

Friends, I’m pleased to announce my newest recording — in fact, another world premiere recording!

20130112-161927.jpgA new piece by Brahms was recently discovered, entitled “Albumblatt.” Lost in time, this work was tucked away in a hotel guestbook by Brahms himself in 1853. Conductor and musicologist Christopher Hogwood is credited with its discovery in late 2011.

In the past year, it has been performed live here and there, but I offer you the FIRST and ONLY commercially available recording of this short work. I recorded it on my personal Steinway D in Morgan Hall at Kennesaw University. It’s a single; only $.99 on iTunes.

I’m currently finalizing an entire album of Schubert and Brahms to be released later this year, but I thought I would go ahead and release this single.

Albumblatt in A Minor, Op. Posth. - Single - Robert Henry

Please enjoy! And purchase! And leave me a great review!




Posted in Music by Robert Henry

Yes, even pianists can get in on the action. For this week only (November 26-Dec. 2), I will offer Skype lessons at half-price. ($80 per hour is my normal rate. Half-price is $40 per hour.)

Lessons would be purchased now and will be scheduled for a later date. Send me an email if you want to purchase one or more lessons.

All you need is Skype installed on your computer/smartphone/device and a webcam. And a piano.

You can take a lesson from anywhere in the world via Skype. So simple.



Introducing…my son!!

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Meryl and I are proud to introduce you to our baby boy, Lucas Sebastian Henry.

Lucas was born Wednesday, September 26 at 7:35 pm. He weighed 7 lbs, 1 oz. He is in perfect health.

Meryl went into labor early Wednesday morning. She was in labor for almost 20 hours. Enjoy some pictures from the pregnancy and delivery!




Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier, BK I

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Original manuscript of Prelude No. 1 in C Major

Come and hear J.S. Bach’s Complete Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I. This is one of the most perfect masterpieces in classical music.

Written in 1722, the WTC, Book I is a collection of 24 Preludes and Fugues in all keys. Two-and-a-half hours of music. Impossibly perfect in its construction. But more importantly, this music is profoundly expressive — a truly spiritual experience.

Dr. Bobbie Bailey and Family Performance Center
Kennesaw State University
Kennesaw, GA
Admission is FREE.
Wednesday, September 19th
8:00 pm

If you would like to bring this program to you and your city, contact me.



Sheet Music Release

Posted in Music by Robert Henry

Waltz for the Lonely is available now

I’m pleased to announce the release of my transcription of Chet Atkins’ “Waltz for the Lonely.”

The retail price of the sheet music is $11.95.

US Customers can send me a flat $17 via Paypal (which includes shipping), and I will mail it to you directly. International customers, I’ll sell to you on a case by case basis as shipping will vary. To guard against spam, use the contact page to initiate the sale.

Also, it is now on sale at AMAZON, or you can buy directly from me.

I worked very hard on this debut release. It’s neatly written, legible, with all relevant fingerings, a couple of extra pages for notes, a little historical info about me and Chet, even some photography. Son, you will not be disappoint.

The cover design for this sheet music release (and my CD) was designed by Dan Almasy.



Picking up the music from the printer's...


My father and me, at the release.


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