Universal-Edition Actiengesellschaft
Maximilianstrasse No.11.
TELEPHON No. 3364

Wien, am 26. August 1902.

Sr. Wolgeboren Herrn Professor Dr. Heinrich Schenker,
Wien,

Hochverehrter Herr!

Bezugnehmend auf unsere wiederholten Zuschriften bitten wir nunmehr um freundliche Uebersendung des Manuscriptes zur Brochüre “Ornamentik”, 1 da wir es auch in Ihrem Interesse gelegen halten, dass die Brochüre gleichzeitig mit dem Werke Phil.Em. Bach’s erscheine.

Der Einsendung des Manuscriptes mit Interesse entgegensehend, zeichnen wir


mit dem Ausdrucke vorzüglichster Hochachtung
[signed:] Universal-Edition“ Actiengesellschaft
[signed:] Dr Winter August Artaria

[illegible initialling bottom-right corner of page.]

© Transcription Ian Bent, 2004


Universal Edition & Co.
Maximilianstrasse 11
TELEPHONE No. 3364

Vienna, August 26, 1902

Professor Heinrich Schenker, Esq.
Vienna

HIghly revered Mr. [Schenker],

With respect to our repeated letters, we ask you now please to send us the manuscript of the booklet Ornamentation , 1 since we consider it in your interests as well as ours that the booklet appear simultaneously with the [keyboard] works of C. P. E. Bach.

Looking forward to your sending of the manuscript, we remain


with expression of highest regard,
[signed:] Universal Edition & Co.
[signed:] Dr. Winter August Artaria

[illegible initialling bottom-right corner of page.]

© Translation Ian Bent, 20004


Universal-Edition Actiengesellschaft
Maximilianstrasse No.11.
TELEPHON No. 3364

Wien, am 26. August 1902.

Sr. Wolgeboren Herrn Professor Dr. Heinrich Schenker,
Wien,

Hochverehrter Herr!

Bezugnehmend auf unsere wiederholten Zuschriften bitten wir nunmehr um freundliche Uebersendung des Manuscriptes zur Brochüre “Ornamentik”, 1 da wir es auch in Ihrem Interesse gelegen halten, dass die Brochüre gleichzeitig mit dem Werke Phil.Em. Bach’s erscheine.

Der Einsendung des Manuscriptes mit Interesse entgegensehend, zeichnen wir


mit dem Ausdrucke vorzüglichster Hochachtung
[signed:] Universal-Edition“ Actiengesellschaft
[signed:] Dr Winter August Artaria

[illegible initialling bottom-right corner of page.]

© Transcription Ian Bent, 2004


Universal Edition & Co.
Maximilianstrasse 11
TELEPHONE No. 3364

Vienna, August 26, 1902

Professor Heinrich Schenker, Esq.
Vienna

HIghly revered Mr. [Schenker],

With respect to our repeated letters, we ask you now please to send us the manuscript of the booklet Ornamentation , 1 since we consider it in your interests as well as ours that the booklet appear simultaneously with the [keyboard] works of C. P. E. Bach.

Looking forward to your sending of the manuscript, we remain


with expression of highest regard,
[signed:] Universal Edition & Co.
[signed:] Dr. Winter August Artaria

[illegible initialling bottom-right corner of page.]

© Translation Ian Bent, 20004

Footnotes

1 "Ornamentik" ("Ornamentation") underlined by Schenker. Up to now, this work has been referred to as the Introduction to the edition of keyboard works of C. P. E. Bach. In OC 52/380, July 15, 1902, UE asked Schenker to specify the precise title.

Commentary

Rights Holder
Universal Edition, published here by kind permission
License
Published by kind permission of Universal Edition granted on December 6, 2010
Format
1p letter, printed letterhead, typewritten recipient address, salutation, message, valediction, stamp or holograph signatures
Provenance
Schenker, Heinrich (document date-1935)--Schenker, Jeanette (1935-1938)--Oster, Ernst (1938-c.1939)—New York Public Library (c.1939-)

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Last updated: 2010-02-07