9. III. 14

Brief mit wenigen, beziehungsvollen Zeilen an Dr. Max Graf, Dank für „offene Sprache“ 1 u. zum Schluß das Credo, daß über Nichtverstandenes hinaus kein Fortschritt angenommen werden kann.

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© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

March 9, 1914.

Letter with a few pertinent lines to Dr. Max Graf. Thanks for his "clear language" 1 and, to conclude, my creed: that no progress can be expected beyond that which is not understood.

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© Translation William Drabkin.

9. III. 14

Brief mit wenigen, beziehungsvollen Zeilen an Dr. Max Graf, Dank für „offene Sprache“ 1 u. zum Schluß das Credo, daß über Nichtverstandenes hinaus kein Fortschritt angenommen werden kann.

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© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

March 9, 1914.

Letter with a few pertinent lines to Dr. Max Graf. Thanks for his "clear language" 1 and, to conclude, my creed: that no progress can be expected beyond that which is not understood.

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© Translation William Drabkin.

Footnotes

1 Almost certainly Max Graf's review of the Erläuterungsausgabe of Op. 109 (Vienna: UE, 1913), "Beethoven-Schenker," in "Die Zeit", March 8, 1914, a clipping of which is preserved in Schenker's scrapbook, OC 2, page 39.