28. September 1926 Bedeckt.

— Von Oppel (K.): kann Jöde noch länger behalten; er ist mit der à capella-Messe [sic] fertig. — An Hoboken (Br.): Stundenplan. — An Dr. Brünauer u. Frl. Elias (K.): Stundenplan. — An Saphier (K.): erbitte den Stimmer für Donnerstag. — Nach der Jause Spaziergang in die Stadt, dann Einkäufe. — An Brahms’ op. 119 No. 1 u. Beethoven Gdur-Variationen 1 (für Schüler 2 ).

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

September 28, 1926, cloudy.

— From Oppel (postcard): I may keep Jöde for a while; he has finished his Mass for unaccompanied voices. — To Hoboken (letter): lesson timetable. — To Dr. Brünauer and Miss Elias (postcard): lesson timetable. — To Saphier (postcard): I ask the piano tuner to come on Thursday. — After teatime, walk in the city, then shopping. — Work on Brahms's Op. 119, No. 1, and Beethoven's Variations in G major 1 (for pupils 2 ).

© Translation William Drabkin.

28. September 1926 Bedeckt.

— Von Oppel (K.): kann Jöde noch länger behalten; er ist mit der à capella-Messe [sic] fertig. — An Hoboken (Br.): Stundenplan. — An Dr. Brünauer u. Frl. Elias (K.): Stundenplan. — An Saphier (K.): erbitte den Stimmer für Donnerstag. — Nach der Jause Spaziergang in die Stadt, dann Einkäufe. — An Brahms’ op. 119 No. 1 u. Beethoven Gdur-Variationen 1 (für Schüler 2 ).

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

September 28, 1926, cloudy.

— From Oppel (postcard): I may keep Jöde for a while; he has finished his Mass for unaccompanied voices. — To Hoboken (letter): lesson timetable. — To Dr. Brünauer and Miss Elias (postcard): lesson timetable. — To Saphier (postcard): I ask the piano tuner to come on Thursday. — After teatime, walk in the city, then shopping. — Work on Brahms's Op. 119, No. 1, and Beethoven's Variations in G major 1 (for pupils 2 ).

© Translation William Drabkin.

Footnotes

1 Variations on Paisiello's aria "Nel cor, più non mi sento," WoO 77.

2 Robert Brünauer and Angi Elias worked on Op. 119, No. 1 at their lessons in the first week of October 1926; Robert Brünauer worked on the Variations throughout October (Lessonbook 1926/27, pp. 5, 8).