Following the revision of Henle's facsimile of the Piano Sonata in B minor in 2015, they now present the corresponding Urtext edition. With the help of the splendid facsimile reproduction they were able to analyze several passages in the autograph more reliably; in addition the editor Ernst Herttrich not only consulted the first edition but also a copy of a student of Liszt's, in which the composer had made entries in his own hand. Clara Schumann reacted with a lack of understanding when Liszt commented: "It is only blind noise - not a single healthy thought, everything confused." Today we view this differently. This edition of this key piano work is further enhanced by the sophisticated fingerings supplied by the piano titan Marc-Andre Hamelin.