3. Hell, schön, +6°.

— Vom Ehepaar v. Hoboken (Ansichtsk.): Neujahrswünsche u. Grüße. — Rechnung: Klavierlampe 88.50 S. — An der Korrektur zu op. 117 II . — {3428} Bei Dr. Fuchs; der Vertreter Dr. Preßburger ist mit dem Stand der Augen zufrieden. — Rf. 5h: Schmidt u. Winkler spielen Beethovens Vcl.-Sonate op. 102 Cd u. Brahms Em. — Ich sehe mit Lie-Liechen die Korrekturen zu op. 117 I durch. 1

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

3, bright, fair weather +6°.

— From Mr. and Mrs. Hoboken (picture postcard): New Year's wishes and greetings. — Bill for the piano lamp: 88.50 shillings. — Work on the corrections for Op. 117, No. 2. — {3428} At Dr. Fuchs's; his stand-in, Dr. Preßburger, is satisfied with the condition of my eyes. — Radio, 5 o'clock: Schmidt and Winkler play Beethoven's Cello Sonata in C major, Op. 102, and Brahms's in E minor. — I go over the corrections to Op. 117, No. 1, 1 with Lie-Liechen.

© Translation William Drabkin.

3. Hell, schön, +6°.

— Vom Ehepaar v. Hoboken (Ansichtsk.): Neujahrswünsche u. Grüße. — Rechnung: Klavierlampe 88.50 S. — An der Korrektur zu op. 117 II . — {3428} Bei Dr. Fuchs; der Vertreter Dr. Preßburger ist mit dem Stand der Augen zufrieden. — Rf. 5h: Schmidt u. Winkler spielen Beethovens Vcl.-Sonate op. 102 Cd u. Brahms Em. — Ich sehe mit Lie-Liechen die Korrekturen zu op. 117 I durch. 1

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

3, bright, fair weather +6°.

— From Mr. and Mrs. Hoboken (picture postcard): New Year's wishes and greetings. — Bill for the piano lamp: 88.50 shillings. — Work on the corrections for Op. 117, No. 2. — {3428} At Dr. Fuchs's; his stand-in, Dr. Preßburger, is satisfied with the condition of my eyes. — Radio, 5 o'clock: Schmidt and Winkler play Beethoven's Cello Sonata in C major, Op. 102, and Brahms's in E minor. — I go over the corrections to Op. 117, No. 1, 1 with Lie-Liechen.

© Translation William Drabkin.

Footnotes

1 A 28-page typescript study of Op. 117, No. 1 survives as OC 14/2, and an earlier draft as OC 14/3. The diaries for Sept and Dec 1929 also indicate that Hoboken worked on Nos 2 and 3, and that Schenker did preparatory work of his own.