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Music journalist and editor, founder of Die Musik .

Early in his career, Bernhard Schuster held appointments as conductor in Berlin and Magdeburg. In 1901 he founded the periodical Die Musik, and worked as its chief editor until his death in 1934.

Schuster and Schenker

Correspondence between the two men comprises two letters, three postcards and a note, from the years 1922‒35 (OJ 14/20, [1]‒[6]), all from Schuster to Schenker. Schuster is mentioned frequently in Schenker's diaries. Viktor Hammer's mezzotint portrait of Schenker was published, with an accompanying essay by Otto Vrieslander, in Die Musik, xix/1 (October 1926), 33–38.

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Correspondence

  • OJ 6/7, [25] Handwritten letter from Schenker to Moriz Violin, dated October 25, 1925

    In this wide-ranging letter, Schenker commiserates with Violin about the high cost of living, and his inability to raise his fees to keep up with it (in particular, he feels unable to ask the wealthy Hoboken to pay more than his other pupils). He reports on sales of a medallion bearing his image, and the imminent arrival of a mezzotint of his portrait, made by Viktor Hammer, of which his brother Moses Schenker has bought the original drawing. Vrieslander will write an essay about his work in Die Musik, accompanied by the portrait, and things are now going well with the corrections to Meisterwerk 1 and the writing of Meisterwerk 2.

Diaries