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  • Gottfried Keller

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  • OJ 15/16, [48] Handwritten letter from Hans and Hertha Weisse to Schenker, dated July 15, 1923

    Weisse summarizes his recent travels in northern Italy and Switzerland, and inquires about progress on Der freie Satz, a work which he thinks will be an indispensable foundation for the analyses in Der Tonwille.

  • OJ 6/7, [23] Handwritten letter from Schenker to Moriz Violin, dated July 26, 1925

    Two weeks after arriving in Galtür for the summer holidays, Schenker reports that he has caught up on his sleep and has already dictated an essay on Reger's Variations and Fugue on a Theme of J. S. Bach, Op. 81. He will not allow the legal wrangle with Universal Edition to interfere with his holiday, but he is annoyed about not having been paid by Drei Masken Verlag for the manuscript of Meisterwerk 1. He has responded to a critique of his Erläuterungsausgabe of Op. 110, in an essay in Meisterwerk 1, but will not pursue other attacks upon his work and those of his pupils. The Schenker medallion designed by Alfred Rothberger is going to a second impression; but the mezzotint portrait by Viktor Hammer, which Jeanette finds a superior work, has not yet been printed. Throughout the letter, Schenker urges Violin to bring his family to Galtür sometime during the summer.

  • OJ 5/7a, [3] (formerly vC 3) Handwritten letter from Schenker to Cube, dated August 26, 1926

    Schenker has received indication of part-payment from Cube's father [for Cube's lessons] and promise of the remainder soon. Schenker travels to Vienna August 28. Weisse has completed a clarinet quintet.

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