[engraved letterhead, lettering diagonally and horizontally arranged on a background of foliage with a lyre]
Josef Weinberger
Bühnen-Verlag [—] Musikalien-Verlags-Handlung
Wien Kohlmarkt No. 8 [—] Leipzig Querstrasse No. 13
Paris 78, Rue d'Anjou.
TELEFON No. 3364.

Wien/Leipzig am 5. Jänner 1900

Wohlgeboren Herrn Prof. Dr. Heinr. Schenker
Wien

Sehr geehrter Herr Professor!

Sie würden mich dankbar verbinden, wenn Sie die Güte haben wollten zu veranlassen, daß auf den Programmen des Concertos Gärtner zu den “Syrischen Tänzen” die Bemerkung erscheint, daß dieselben soeben in meinem Verlage erschienen sind. 1


Im Vorhinien verbindlichst dankend
hochachtungsvoll ergebener
[signed:] Josef Weinberger

© Transcription Ian Bent, 2016


[engraved letterhead, lettering diagonally and horizontally arranged on a background of foliage with a lyre]
Josef Weinberger
Theatrical Publisher [—] Publisher and Hirer of Sheet Music
Vienna, Kohlmarkt No. 8 [—] Leipzig Querstrasse No. 13
Paris 78, Rue d'Anjou.
TELEPHONE No. 3364.

Vienna/Leipzig, January 5, 1900

Prof. Heinr. Schenker, Esq.
Vienna

Dear Professor,

I should be greatly indebted to you if you would be so kind as to arrange for a note to appear on the Programmes of the Concerts Gärtner against the Syrian Dances that these have just been published by my publishing house. 1


With most grateful thanks in anticipation
Respectfully, your devoted
[signed:] Josef Weinberger

© Translation Ian Bent, 20016


[engraved letterhead, lettering diagonally and horizontally arranged on a background of foliage with a lyre]
Josef Weinberger
Bühnen-Verlag [—] Musikalien-Verlags-Handlung
Wien Kohlmarkt No. 8 [—] Leipzig Querstrasse No. 13
Paris 78, Rue d'Anjou.
TELEFON No. 3364.

Wien/Leipzig am 5. Jänner 1900

Wohlgeboren Herrn Prof. Dr. Heinr. Schenker
Wien

Sehr geehrter Herr Professor!

Sie würden mich dankbar verbinden, wenn Sie die Güte haben wollten zu veranlassen, daß auf den Programmen des Concertos Gärtner zu den “Syrischen Tänzen” die Bemerkung erscheint, daß dieselben soeben in meinem Verlage erschienen sind. 1


Im Vorhinien verbindlichst dankend
hochachtungsvoll ergebener
[signed:] Josef Weinberger

© Transcription Ian Bent, 2016


[engraved letterhead, lettering diagonally and horizontally arranged on a background of foliage with a lyre]
Josef Weinberger
Theatrical Publisher [—] Publisher and Hirer of Sheet Music
Vienna, Kohlmarkt No. 8 [—] Leipzig Querstrasse No. 13
Paris 78, Rue d'Anjou.
TELEPHONE No. 3364.

Vienna/Leipzig, January 5, 1900

Prof. Heinr. Schenker, Esq.
Vienna

Dear Professor,

I should be greatly indebted to you if you would be so kind as to arrange for a note to appear on the Programmes of the Concerts Gärtner against the Syrian Dances that these have just been published by my publishing house. 1


With most grateful thanks in anticipation
Respectfully, your devoted
[signed:] Josef Weinberger

© Translation Ian Bent, 20016

Footnotes

1 Schenker’s Syrische Tänze for piano four-hands was first performed by Schenker and Moriz Violin on January 26, 1900 in the Bösendorfer-Saal, Vienna. The concert program for the event exists in OJ 35/5.

Commentary

Rights Holder
Descendants or representatives of Josef Weinberger, deemed to be in the public domain
License
Deemed to be in the public domain. Any claim to intellectual rights on this document should be addressed to the Schenker Correspondence Project, Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge, at schenkercorrespondence[at]mus[dot]cam[dot]ac[dot]uk
Format
1p letter, engraved letterhead, stenographic message, holograph or stamp signature
Provenance
Schenker, Heinrich (document date-1935)--Schenker, Jeanette (1935-c.1942)--Ratz, Erwin (c.1942-c.1945)--Jonas, Oswald (c.1945-1978)--University of California, Riverside (1978--)

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