15. Dezember 1927 Nebel.

— Von Ellen Markus (Br.): Dank für das Buch. — An die Zentralstelle für Erforschung der Kriegsursachen: 11.90 S. — Nachmittag wird ins Hoboken-Archiv das vorbereitete Paket abgeholt: op. 101, 109, 110 (in 2 Exemplaren), op. 111 (in 2 Exemplaren) u. die ganze V. Sinfonie. 1 — Nach der Jause Wege.

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

December 15, 1927, fog.

— From Ellen Markus (letter): thanks for the book. — To the Central Bureau for Research into the Origins of War, 11.90 shillings. — In the afternoon, the package prepared is sent off to the Hoboken Archive: Opp. 101, 109, 110 (in duplicate), op. 111 (in duplicate) and the entire Fifth Symphony. 1 — After teatime, errands.

© Translation William Drabkin.

15. Dezember 1927 Nebel.

— Von Ellen Markus (Br.): Dank für das Buch. — An die Zentralstelle für Erforschung der Kriegsursachen: 11.90 S. — Nachmittag wird ins Hoboken-Archiv das vorbereitete Paket abgeholt: op. 101, 109, 110 (in 2 Exemplaren), op. 111 (in 2 Exemplaren) u. die ganze V. Sinfonie. 1 — Nach der Jause Wege.

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

December 15, 1927, fog.

— From Ellen Markus (letter): thanks for the book. — To the Central Bureau for Research into the Origins of War, 11.90 shillings. — In the afternoon, the package prepared is sent off to the Hoboken Archive: Opp. 101, 109, 110 (in duplicate), op. 111 (in duplicate) and the entire Fifth Symphony. 1 — After teatime, errands.

© Translation William Drabkin.

Footnotes

1 These are the photographs of autograph manuscripts that Schenker himself used, which Hoboken reminded him on November 27 to place at the disposal of the Archive (OJ 4/1, p. 3141). Beethoven wrote out some of his sonatas more than once; two autograph manuscripts of the finale of Op. 110 and the first movement of Op. 111 survive.