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Von Brünauer (Br. express): bittet durch Lie-Liechens Vermittlung um Mittwoch! — Von Frl. Kral (Br.): Absage u. Dank. — Brief rec. an Frau Pairamall. — An Dr. Rinn (K.): Nachtrag zum Brief. — An Vrieslander (Br. u. Rf. Programm 1 ): {3790} Marx will – nach 26 Jahren! – die Harmonielehre einführen – eignet sich der Kom[m]entar zu einem Auszug? 2 Ueber die Aufführung im Rundfunk. — An v. Hoboken (Br.OJ 89/5, [9]): über Marx‘ Wunsch; die Zustimmung der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde. — An Oppel (Br.): über Marx, – Skizze der Son. op. 27 II [von Beethoven]. — An Violin (K.OJ 8/5, [12]): über Marx. — Wege. — Patiençen – dazu im Rf.: Tauber. — Mehr Funkstille erwünscht!

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

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From Brünauer (express letter): he asks, with Lie-Liechen’s intervention, to come on Wednesday! — From Miss Kral (letter): cancellation, and thanks. — Registered letter to Mrs. Pairamall. — To Dr. Rinn (postcard): postscript to the letter. — To Vrieslander (letter and radio program 1 ): {3790} Marx – after 26 years! – wants to introduce the Theory of Harmony – can his commentary be adapted for an abridged version? 2 Concerning the performance on the radio. — To Hoboken (letterOJ 89/5, [9]): concerning Marx’s wish; consent from the Society of the Friends of Music. — To Oppel (letter): concerning Marx; sketch of [Beethoven]’s Sonata Op. 27, No. 2. — To Violin (postcardOJ 8/5, [12]): concerning Marx. — Errands. — Games of solitaire – accompanied by Tauber on the radio. — More silence on the airwaves desired!

© Translation William Drabkin.

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Von Brünauer (Br. express): bittet durch Lie-Liechens Vermittlung um Mittwoch! — Von Frl. Kral (Br.): Absage u. Dank. — Brief rec. an Frau Pairamall. — An Dr. Rinn (K.): Nachtrag zum Brief. — An Vrieslander (Br. u. Rf. Programm 1 ): {3790} Marx will – nach 26 Jahren! – die Harmonielehre einführen – eignet sich der Kom[m]entar zu einem Auszug? 2 Ueber die Aufführung im Rundfunk. — An v. Hoboken (Br.OJ 89/5, [9]): über Marx‘ Wunsch; die Zustimmung der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde. — An Oppel (Br.): über Marx, – Skizze der Son. op. 27 II [von Beethoven]. — An Violin (K.OJ 8/5, [12]): über Marx. — Wege. — Patiençen – dazu im Rf.: Tauber. — Mehr Funkstille erwünscht!

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

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From Brünauer (express letter): he asks, with Lie-Liechen’s intervention, to come on Wednesday! — From Miss Kral (letter): cancellation, and thanks. — Registered letter to Mrs. Pairamall. — To Dr. Rinn (postcard): postscript to the letter. — To Vrieslander (letter and radio program 1 ): {3790} Marx – after 26 years! – wants to introduce the Theory of Harmony – can his commentary be adapted for an abridged version? 2 Concerning the performance on the radio. — To Hoboken (letterOJ 89/5, [9]): concerning Marx’s wish; consent from the Society of the Friends of Music. — To Oppel (letter): concerning Marx; sketch of [Beethoven]’s Sonata Op. 27, No. 2. — To Violin (postcardOJ 8/5, [12]): concerning Marx. — Errands. — Games of solitaire – accompanied by Tauber on the radio. — More silence on the airwaves desired!

© Translation William Drabkin.

Footnotes

1 The Viennese radio guide, Radio Wien: Vrieslander’s Wiegenlied im Herbst was performed on November 4 by Lia Wagner-Schönkirch, accompanied by Franz Mittler.

2 This remark concerns Vrieslander’s annotations to Schenker’s Theory of Harmony, for a possible revised edition.