1. Januar 1930 Bedeckt, +6°.

— Von Artaria (Br.): irrtümliche Mahnung um Bezahlung eines Hammer-Bildes! — Von Orlay Rechnung: 46 S. — Von U. E. (K.= OC 52/858): Bestätigung meines Schreibens vom 28. XII. 29. — An Artaria (K.): bin nichts schuldig. — An Frau Komorn (Visitenk.): Erwiderung der Wünsche. — Nach 5h aus dem Hause, bei Pucher Café, ½8h zuhause. — Rf.: Uebertragung eines Arbeiter Konzertes 1 unter Korngold: Robert FuchsSerenade Dd, himmelhoch alles von heute überragend! Johann u. Josef Strauß-Walzer schamlos heruntergehudelt! Richard Strauß-Korngold: Rosenkavalier-Walzer: üblich modisches Klavierstrampeln.

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

January 1, 1930, cloudy, +6°.

— From Artaria (letter): erroneous reminder to pay for a Hammer portrait! — From Orlay, account: 46 shillings. — From UE (postcard= OC 52/858): confirmation of receipt of my letter of December 28, 1929. — To Artaria (postcard): I do not owe anything. — To Mrs. Komorn (visiting card): reply to greetings. — After 5 o'clock, out of the house; coffee at Pucher's, home at 7:30. — Radio: Broadcast of a Worker's Concert 1 under Korngold: Robert Fuchs's Serenade in D major, towering miles above everything from today! Waltzes by Johann and Josef Strauß, shamelessly tossed off in a sloppy way! Richard Strauss–Korngold: Rosenkavalier waltzes: typically fashionable pianistic floundering.

© Translation William Drabkin.

1. Januar 1930 Bedeckt, +6°.

— Von Artaria (Br.): irrtümliche Mahnung um Bezahlung eines Hammer-Bildes! — Von Orlay Rechnung: 46 S. — Von U. E. (K.= OC 52/858): Bestätigung meines Schreibens vom 28. XII. 29. — An Artaria (K.): bin nichts schuldig. — An Frau Komorn (Visitenk.): Erwiderung der Wünsche. — Nach 5h aus dem Hause, bei Pucher Café, ½8h zuhause. — Rf.: Uebertragung eines Arbeiter Konzertes 1 unter Korngold: Robert FuchsSerenade Dd, himmelhoch alles von heute überragend! Johann u. Josef Strauß-Walzer schamlos heruntergehudelt! Richard Strauß-Korngold: Rosenkavalier-Walzer: üblich modisches Klavierstrampeln.

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

January 1, 1930, cloudy, +6°.

— From Artaria (letter): erroneous reminder to pay for a Hammer portrait! — From Orlay, account: 46 shillings. — From UE (postcard= OC 52/858): confirmation of receipt of my letter of December 28, 1929. — To Artaria (postcard): I do not owe anything. — To Mrs. Komorn (visiting card): reply to greetings. — After 5 o'clock, out of the house; coffee at Pucher's, home at 7:30. — Radio: Broadcast of a Worker's Concert 1 under Korngold: Robert Fuchs's Serenade in D major, towering miles above everything from today! Waltzes by Johann and Josef Strauß, shamelessly tossed off in a sloppy way! Richard Strauss–Korngold: Rosenkavalier waltzes: typically fashionable pianistic floundering.

© Translation William Drabkin.

Footnotes

1 The Arbeiter-Symphoniekonzerte were initiated in 1904 by the cultural commentator and important functionary of the worker's music movement David Joseph Bach, and have been held regularly ever since. Their primary objective was to present the traditional orchestral repertory.