15. Januar 12

{198} Vrieslander, Vorwort zu einem Mendelssohnbrevier vorgelesen. Eingestandenermaßen Gedankengang der Vorrede [zu Beethovens Neunte Sinfonie] u. Ornamentik benützt; aber keine Citierung meines Namens. Anfrage wegen Mitwirkung am „losen Vogel“ von Franz Blei . Correkturen mehrerer Ländler. Sonaten (Amoll) von Em. Bach: erster Satz, Dchf. Amoll. 1

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Schönbergs Harmonielehre, 2 Durchsicht jener Stellen, die mich citieren.

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© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

January 15, 1912.

{198} Vrieslander: the guide to Mendelssohn read aloud. Admittedly, the line of reasoning in the preface [to Beethovens Ninth Symphony ] and Ornamentation has been used; but no mention of my name. Inquiry about a collaboration on Der lose Vogel by Franz Blei . Corrections to several Ländler. Sonatas (in A minor) by C. P. E. Bach: first movement, development in A minor. 1

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Schoenberg's Harmonielehre 2 : examination of the passages in which I am quoted.

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© Translation William Drabkin.

15. Januar 12

{198} Vrieslander, Vorwort zu einem Mendelssohnbrevier vorgelesen. Eingestandenermaßen Gedankengang der Vorrede [zu Beethovens Neunte Sinfonie] u. Ornamentik benützt; aber keine Citierung meines Namens. Anfrage wegen Mitwirkung am „losen Vogel“ von Franz Blei . Correkturen mehrerer Ländler. Sonaten (Amoll) von Em. Bach: erster Satz, Dchf. Amoll. 1

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Schönbergs Harmonielehre, 2 Durchsicht jener Stellen, die mich citieren.

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© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

January 15, 1912.

{198} Vrieslander: the guide to Mendelssohn read aloud. Admittedly, the line of reasoning in the preface [to Beethovens Ninth Symphony ] and Ornamentation has been used; but no mention of my name. Inquiry about a collaboration on Der lose Vogel by Franz Blei . Corrections to several Ländler. Sonatas (in A minor) by C. P. E. Bach: first movement, development in A minor. 1

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Schoenberg's Harmonielehre 2 : examination of the passages in which I am quoted.

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© Translation William Drabkin.

Footnotes

1 Despite the use of the plural form Sonaten, Schenker is probably describing only one Bach sonata, Wotquenne 57/2 (Helm 247); it is the only one in Schenker's edition of 1902, which is in A minor, and its short (eight-bar) development section can be analyzed in that key.

2 Arnold Schoenberg, Harmonielehre (Vienna: Universal Edition, 1911).