{recto}
Postkarte

Absender:
Schenker
Wien, III
Keilgasse 8

[An: ]H Dr. Oswald Jonas
Berlin-Schöneberg
Mühlenstr. 2

[postmark:] || 3 WIEN 40 | 17. I. 34 11 | * 4f * ||

{verso}

Geehrter, lieber Herr Dr. Jonas ! 1

Darf ich Sie um die Adresse von Prof. Landshoff bitten? Er läßt mir durch Peters seine „Urt[ext]-A[usgabe]“ der S. Bach -Inv. 2 zukommen, ich aber kenne seine Adresse nicht. Entschuldigen Sie die Störung. Besten Dank! Sind Sie schon mit Hob. wie der eins?


Beste Grüße
Ihr
[signed:] H Schenker

16. 1. 34

© Transcription John Rothgeb & Heribert Esser, 2006, 2011

{recto}
Postcard

From:
Schenker
Vienna III
Keilgasse 8

[To: ]Dr. Oswald Jonas
Berlin-Schöneberg
Mühlenstraße 2

[postmark:] || 3 VIENNA 40 | 17. I. 34 11 | * 4f * ||

{verso}

Revered dear Dr. Jonas, 1

May I ask you for the address of Prof. Landshoff? He had his Urtext edition of the J. S. Bach Inventions 2 sent me by Peters, but I do not know his address. Please excuse the inconvenience. Many thanks! Are you and Hoboken again seeing eye to eye?


Best greetings,
Your
[signed:] H. Schenker

January 16, 1934

© Translation John Rothgeb, 2006

{recto}
Postkarte

Absender:
Schenker
Wien, III
Keilgasse 8

[An: ]H Dr. Oswald Jonas
Berlin-Schöneberg
Mühlenstr. 2

[postmark:] || 3 WIEN 40 | 17. I. 34 11 | * 4f * ||

{verso}

Geehrter, lieber Herr Dr. Jonas ! 1

Darf ich Sie um die Adresse von Prof. Landshoff bitten? Er läßt mir durch Peters seine „Urt[ext]-A[usgabe]“ der S. Bach -Inv. 2 zukommen, ich aber kenne seine Adresse nicht. Entschuldigen Sie die Störung. Besten Dank! Sind Sie schon mit Hob. wie der eins?


Beste Grüße
Ihr
[signed:] H Schenker

16. 1. 34

© Transcription John Rothgeb & Heribert Esser, 2006, 2011

{recto}
Postcard

From:
Schenker
Vienna III
Keilgasse 8

[To: ]Dr. Oswald Jonas
Berlin-Schöneberg
Mühlenstraße 2

[postmark:] || 3 VIENNA 40 | 17. I. 34 11 | * 4f * ||

{verso}

Revered dear Dr. Jonas, 1

May I ask you for the address of Prof. Landshoff? He had his Urtext edition of the J. S. Bach Inventions 2 sent me by Peters, but I do not know his address. Please excuse the inconvenience. Many thanks! Are you and Hoboken again seeing eye to eye?


Best greetings,
Your
[signed:] H. Schenker

January 16, 1934

© Translation John Rothgeb, 2006

Footnotes

1 Writing of this postcard is recorded in Schenker's diary at OJ 4/7, p. 3891, January 16, 1934: "An Jonas (K.): Adresse von Landshoff?" ("To Jonas (postcard): Landshoff's address? "). This letter was numbered "34" by Jonas. See KA, [1], letter from Schenker to Landshoff, January 18, 1934.

2 Ludwig Landshoff, ed., Die 15 zweistimmige Inventionen und die 15 dreistimmige Sinfonien im Urtext (Leipzig: C.F. Peters, 1933; Peters Edition 11037).

Commentary

Format
printed postcard, holograph sender and recipient addresses recto; holograph salutation, message and signature verso
Provenance
Oswald Jonas (document date-1978)—Special Collections, University of California, Riverside (1978-)
Rights Holder
In the public domain
License
This document is deemed to be in the public domain as of January 1, 2006. All reasonable efforts have been made to identify heirs of Heinrich Schenker. Any claim to intellectual rights should be addressed to the Schenker Correspondence Project, Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge, at schenkercorrespondence [at] mus (dot) cam (dot) ac (dot) uk.

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Last updated: 2011-02-07