9. Februar 1926 0°.

— Mit der Fuge aus op. 106 zuende gekommen (erste Durchsicht der Galtürer Fassung). — v. Cube scheint wieder in Unordnung zu sein, zahlt aber; vorsichtshalber beginnt er mit der Fuge. 1 — Rf.: Buxbaum Quartett (mit Mairecker): Schumann Fdur, Brahms Bdur – leider schlecht gehört. 2

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

February 9, 1926, 0°.

— Finished with the fugue from Op. 106 (first checking through of the version made in Galtür). — Cube appears once more to be in a state of disarray, but pays; as a precaution, he begins with the fugue. 1 — Radio: Buxbaum Quartet (with Mairecker) [as leader]: Schumann F-major, Brahms Bę major – unfortunately, poorly heard. 2

© Translation William Drabkin.

9. Februar 1926 0°.

— Mit der Fuge aus op. 106 zuende gekommen (erste Durchsicht der Galtürer Fassung). — v. Cube scheint wieder in Unordnung zu sein, zahlt aber; vorsichtshalber beginnt er mit der Fuge. 1 — Rf.: Buxbaum Quartett (mit Mairecker): Schumann Fdur, Brahms Bdur – leider schlecht gehört. 2

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

February 9, 1926, 0°.

— Finished with the fugue from Op. 106 (first checking through of the version made in Galtür). — Cube appears once more to be in a state of disarray, but pays; as a precaution, he begins with the fugue. 1 — Radio: Buxbaum Quartet (with Mairecker) [as leader]: Schumann F-major, Brahms Bę major – unfortunately, poorly heard. 2

© Translation William Drabkin.

Footnotes

1 If this refers Beethoven's Op. 106, then Cube may have started with the most difficult movement, i.e. the fugue, in case he was unable to continue his lessons and compelled to return home.

2 As the pieces in question are both string quartets (Schumann's Op. 41, No. 2, and Brahms's Op. 67), not quintets, Mairecker must have been the leader of the ensemble, not an extra player. (Schenker had disapproved of Buxbaum naming a quartet after himself, as cellist.)