5. Sonntag, Pfingsten! 18°, Regen.

Oppels Messe zuende gelesen. 1 — Nachmittag in der Stadt, um die Vorbereitungen zur Festwoche {3074} zu sehen. — Rf. ½7h: Alberdingk-Quartett, Mozart: Solo-Quartett Fdur. Haydn Cdur u. op. 74 2 – unlebendig, unwirksam! — Brief an Oppel begonnen.

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

5, Sunday, Pentecost! 18°, rain.

Oppel's Mass read to the end. 1 — In the afternoon in the city, to see the preparations for the festival week. — {3074} Radio 6:30: Alberdingk Quartet, Mozart: Solo Quartet in F major. Haydn C major and Op. 74 2 – without life, without effect! — Letter to Oppel begun.

© Translation William Drabkin.

5. Sonntag, Pfingsten! 18°, Regen.

Oppels Messe zuende gelesen. 1 — Nachmittag in der Stadt, um die Vorbereitungen zur Festwoche {3074} zu sehen. — Rf. ½7h: Alberdingk-Quartett, Mozart: Solo-Quartett Fdur. Haydn Cdur u. op. 74 2 – unlebendig, unwirksam! — Brief an Oppel begonnen.

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

5, Sunday, Pentecost! 18°, rain.

Oppel's Mass read to the end. 1 — In the afternoon in the city, to see the preparations for the festival week. — {3074} Radio 6:30: Alberdingk Quartet, Mozart: Solo Quartet in F major. Haydn C major and Op. 74 2 – without life, without effect! — Letter to Oppel begun.

© Translation William Drabkin.

Footnotes

1 The a capella Mass, Oppel's main compositional project for 1926, was written in memory of his first wife, Gertrud, who had died on August 4, 1925 after a long illness. Schenker examined it closely sent Oppel copious notes on it (now lost), and apparently tried to interest Furtwängler and Klenau in performing it.

2 The Haydn quartet in question was probably the C-major Quartet from Op. 74: No. 1.