Elias:

op. 101, 1 neu, Mitte Januar abgeschlossen; Chaconne-Oppel 2 ; Schubert: Müller-Lieder (vgl. mit Wächter, 3 28.I. zuende). Schubert: Impromtus [sic]: Asd, Gd.

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, 2007

Elias:

Op. 101, 1 new, completed in the middle of January; Oppel Chaconne 2 ; Schubert: Müller-Lieder (compare to Wächter, 3 completed January 28). Schubert: Impromptus: Aę major, G major

© Translation Alan Dodson, 2018

Elias:

op. 101, 1 neu, Mitte Januar abgeschlossen; Chaconne-Oppel 2 ; Schubert: Müller-Lieder (vgl. mit Wächter, 3 28.I. zuende). Schubert: Impromtus [sic]: Asd, Gd.

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, 2007

Elias:

Op. 101, 1 new, completed in the middle of January; Oppel Chaconne 2 ; Schubert: Müller-Lieder (compare to Wächter, 3 completed January 28). Schubert: Impromptus: Aę major, G major

© Translation Alan Dodson, 2018

Footnotes

1 Schenker's Erläuterungsausgabe of Beethoven's Piano Sonata Op. 101 (published August 1921) includes a substantial analysis that was, according to his diary, dictated in part on 19 October 1919 and completed on 20 June 1920 ‒ thus during the 1919/20 saison.

2 Presumably this was the Chaconne enclosed in Reinhard Oppel's letter to Schenker from 7 September 1919. The letter survives (OJ 13/10[7]), but the Chaconne is missing.

3 In September 1919, Eberhard von Wächter gave Schenker two copies of a book on Schubert that he had written (see diary entries for September 13, 16, and 20). Presumably this was Wächter's monograph Franz Schuberts Liederzyklus "Die schöne Müllerin": Eine anaytisch-kritische Studie (Leipzig: C.F.W. Siegel, 1919).