17.

Nach der Jause Spaziergang u. Einkäufe; Lie-Liechen schenkt dem Mädchen ein Kopftuch. — Im Rf.: Prof. Stöhr über Chopin-Etüden Fdur u. Cm aus op. 10, s. Jhrb. 26 1 {2928} Abends Diktat, Bach: Sarabande 2 begonnen.

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

17.

After teatime, a walk and shopping; Lie-Liechen buys the maid a headscarf as a present. — On the radio: Prof. Stöhr on Chopin's Etudes in F major and C minor, from Op. 10; see Yearbook for 1926 1 . — {2928} In the evening, dictation on the Bach Sarabande 2 begun.

© Translation William Drabkin.

17.

Nach der Jause Spaziergang u. Einkäufe; Lie-Liechen schenkt dem Mädchen ein Kopftuch. — Im Rf.: Prof. Stöhr über Chopin-Etüden Fdur u. Cm aus op. 10, s. Jhrb. 26 1 {2928} Abends Diktat, Bach: Sarabande 2 begonnen.

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

17.

After teatime, a walk and shopping; Lie-Liechen buys the maid a headscarf as a present. — On the radio: Prof. Stöhr on Chopin's Etudes in F major and C minor, from Op. 10; see Yearbook for 1926 1 . — {2928} In the evening, dictation on the Bach Sarabande 2 begun.

© Translation William Drabkin.

Footnotes

1 Around this time, Schenker considered the Chopin etudes to be the bedrock of piano tuition (see diary entry of February 16, 1926); essays on two other etudes from Op. 10 had been included in Meisterwerk 1, and it seems as though two more were planned for the second Yearbook. In the event they were not included in Meisterwerk 2, but graphic analyses of the F major and C minor etudes make up a substantial part of the Fünf Urlinie-Tafeln / Five Analysis in Sketch-form of 1932.

2 Schenker, "Joh. Seb. Bach: Suite III C-Dur für Violoncello-Solo, Sarabande," Meisterwerk 2, pp. 97‒104; Eng. transl., pp. 55‒58.