{83} (cont.)
[Having moved to a separate sheet for two non-successive entries, Schenker resumes.]
Sonnt. 22. 3.

1ter Ausflug des Frühlings nach Purk. Gabl . mit Poll. 1

[in left margin:] Philh . Konzert: 2 Berlioz Korsär “, wie immer bei B . ohne Bässe; Tschaikovsky Gdur Suite mit der elementaren Pollacca. Eine gute Aufführung der I Symph von Brahms .

© Transcription Ian Bent, 2017

{83} (cont.)
[Having moved to a separate sheet for two non-successive entries, Schenker resumes.]
Sunday, March 22

First Spring excursion to Purkersdorf and Gablitz with Pollak. 1

[in left margin:] Philharmonic concert: 2 Berlioz "Corsair", without bass lines, as always with Berlioz; Tchaikovsky G major Suite with the rudimentary polacca. A good performance of Brahms's First Symphony.

© Translation Ian Bent, 2017

{83} (cont.)
[Having moved to a separate sheet for two non-successive entries, Schenker resumes.]
Sonnt. 22. 3.

1ter Ausflug des Frühlings nach Purk. Gabl . mit Poll. 1

[in left margin:] Philh . Konzert: 2 Berlioz Korsär “, wie immer bei B . ohne Bässe; Tschaikovsky Gdur Suite mit der elementaren Pollacca. Eine gute Aufführung der I Symph von Brahms .

© Transcription Ian Bent, 2017

{83} (cont.)
[Having moved to a separate sheet for two non-successive entries, Schenker resumes.]
Sunday, March 22

First Spring excursion to Purkersdorf and Gablitz with Pollak. 1

[in left margin:] Philharmonic concert: 2 Berlioz "Corsair", without bass lines, as always with Berlioz; Tchaikovsky G major Suite with the rudimentary polacca. A good performance of Brahms's First Symphony.

© Translation Ian Bent, 2017

Footnotes

1 The first in 1908 of Schenker's habitual excursions from the Westbahnhof to one of the stations in the Vienna Woods, then by foot, returning on foot or by train. Many of these were alone. On March 31 1907 he went with "Sophie Pollak and Viki." It is unclear who his companion was on the present occasion, but the absence of "Fräulein" suggests it was male.

2 This, the eighth and last of the Philharmonic subscription concerts for 1907/08, according to the Neue freie Presse, took place in the large hall of the Musikverein Building at 12.30 p.m. on March 22, 1908, with the Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Franz Schalk. The program comprised Berlioz, Overture "Le Corsaire," Tchaikovsky, Orchestral Suite No. 3 in G major, Op. 55 (the Polacca being the twelfth and final variation of the fourth and final movement), and Brahms, Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68. The Neue freie Presse for March 23 on p. 10 prints a review of this concert (of the Berlioz: "its material is threadbare, dry, the construction loose") and a retrospective of the series.