The editorial work of Schenker Documents Online is conducted by an international team of contributing scholars ‒ all of whom give their services free of charge, except where under contract to a funded research project ‒ under the leadership of Ian Bent and William Drabkin. These are:

Ian Bent
Emeritus Professor of Music, Columbia University, New York
– Correspondence with Universal Edition, J. G. Cotta'sche Buchhandlung Nachfolger, C. F. Peters, Waldheim-Eberle, Josef Weinberger; Alphons & Clarice Rothschild, Paul Wittgenstein, Ernst Rudorff, Maria Komorn, Carl & Toni Colbert, Moriz, Valerie & Fanny Violin (with Drabkin); members of Schenker's family; diaries 1896‒1911; profiles

David Bretherton
Associate Professor in Music, University of Southampton
– Correspondence with Otto Erich Deutsch; translation issues; XML encoding

Geoffrey Chew
Emeritus Professor of Music, Royal Holloway College University of London
– Translation issues

Marko Deisinger
Senior Researcher, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst, Vienna
– Schenker's diaries 1912‒1935; correspondence relating to the Photogrammarchiv; profiles

Alan Dodson
Professor in Music Theory, University of British Columbia, Canada
– Schenker's lessonbooks

William Drabkin
Emeritus Professor of Music, University of Southampton, UK
– Correspondence with Felix-Eberhard & Gustav von Cube, John & Aline Petrie Dunn, Hermann Rinn, Moriz, Valerie & Fanny Violin, Hans & Hertha Weisse; translation of correspondence with Drei Masken Verlag and its staff and advisers; profiles; translation and co-editing of diaries 1896‒1911, 1912‒17, 1925-1935

Heribert Esser
General Music Director, Hanau
– Correspondence with Anthony van Hoboken and Oswald Jonas (co-transcriber with John Rothgeb)

Martin Eybl
Professor of Music, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst, Vienna
– Correspondence with Viennese officials, institutions, and journalists, including the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Vereinigung Wiener Musikreferenten in Wien, Hermann Bahr, Elsa Bienenfeld, Wilhelm Bopp, Max Graf, Julius Korngold,Carl Lafite, Hans Liebstöckl, Ludwig Karpath, Ernst Mach, Richard Robert, Ferdinand Scherber; profiles

Sigrun Heinzelmann
Faculty Member, Universität Mozarteum Salzburg, Austria
– Lessonbooks 1917/18, 1918/19

Kirstie Hewlett
Research Associate, The Policy Institute, King's College, London
– transcr. and encoding of correspondence with Drei Masken Verlag and its staff and advisers; correspondence with Jeanette Schenker; XML encoding and copy preparation; mark-up for diaries, 1913‒14, 1915‒19, 1930‒35

Christoph Hust
Professor of Musicology, Zentrum für Musikwissenschaft Leipzig, Hochschule für Musik und Theater Leipzig
– Correspondence with performers, including Gerhard & Josef Albersheim, Josef Helmesberger, Moriz Rosenthal, Artur Schnabel; also Otto Erich & Hanna Deutsch, Viktor Zuckerkandl; profiles

Thomas Irvine
Associate Professor in Music, University of Southampton
‒ translation consultant for diaries, 1915–19

Timothy L. Jackson
Professor of Music Theory, College of Music, University of North Texas; Center for Schenkerian Studies
– Correspondence with Reinhard Oppel

Iby Jolande-Varga
Multimedia and animation film artist, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst, Vienna
– XML encoding of Schenker's diaries 1918-30

Kevin Karnes
Professor of Music, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
– Correspondence with Guido Adler, Franz Steiner, Julius Roentgen; profiles of neswpapers and journals; profiles

John Koslovsky
Senior Docent in Music Theory, Conservatorium van Amsterdam; Affiliate Researcher in the Humanities, Utrecht University
– Correspondence with Walter Dahms, aspects of Felix Salzer

Robert Kosovsky
Head of Music, New York Public Library; Curator, Ernst Oster Collection
– Complete lessonbooks and lesson notes, 1912‒1932, including seminar (transcription, annotation)

Nicholas Marston
Professor in Music Theory and Analysis, University of Cambridge
– Correspondence with librarians, archivists, and collectors of autograph manuscripts and early editions, concerning sources

William Pastille
Tutor, St. John's College, Anapolis
– Correspondence with Maximilian Harden, Eugen & Hermine d'Albert

Stephanie Probst
Harvard University, PhD
- Correspondence with Victor Hammer

Andrea Reiter
Professor of German, University of Southampton
‒ Translation consultant for diaries 1896‒1910, 1912‒14, 1925‒35, and for correspondence

John Rothgeb
Emeritus Professor of Music, SUNY, Binghamton
– Correspondence with Oswald & Frieda Jonas, Joseph Marx, Anthony & Annamarie van Hoboken; profiles

Lee Rothfarb
Professor of Music, University of California, Santa Barbara
– Correspondence with August Halm, Karl Grunsky; research on Schenker's childhood and education

Michaela Searfoorce
Independent scholar
– Correspondence with Angelika & Manolo Elias, Marianne Kahn, Evelina Pairamall

Hedi Siegel
Professor of Music, Mannes College of Music, New York
– Correspondence with Victor Hammer, Felix Salzer; author of profiles, general adviser

Robert Wason
Professor Emeritus of Music Theory, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester
– Correspondence with Arthur Waldeck, Frederick Auslander; profiles

Arnold Whittall
Emeritus Professor of Music Theory and Analysis, King's College, London
– Correspondence between Paul Hindemith, Arnold Schoenberg, Moriz Violin, and Schenker