4. Sonntag.

— Das Vorwort 1 fortgesetzt. — Nach der Jause kurzer Spaziergang – dann Diktat fortgesetzt. — Eine Patiençe in zwei Legen bei lustiger Send- {3796} ung „Wein, Weib, Gesang“. 2

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

4, Sunday.

— The foreword 1 continued. — After teatime, a short walk – then dictation continued. — A game of solitaire completed in three rounds during an amusing broadcast, {3796} "Wine, Woman, and Song." 2

© Translation William Drabkin.

4. Sonntag.

— Das Vorwort 1 fortgesetzt. — Nach der Jause kurzer Spaziergang – dann Diktat fortgesetzt. — Eine Patiençe in zwei Legen bei lustiger Send- {3796} ung „Wein, Weib, Gesang“. 2

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

4, Sunday.

— The foreword 1 continued. — After teatime, a short walk – then dictation continued. — A game of solitaire completed in three rounds during an amusing broadcast, {3796} "Wine, Woman, and Song." 2

© Translation William Drabkin.

Footnotes

1 The foreword to Johannes Brahms, Oktaven und Quinten u. a., ed. Heinrich Schenker (Vienna: Universal-Edition, 1933).

2 According to the December 2 issue of Radio Wien, the program was a "radio potpourri" compiled by Lothar Riedinger, in which several soloists, two Viennese choirs, a folk quartet and the Josef Holzer Orchestra took part.