19. September 1927

An der kleinen Suite Edur. 1 — Um 4h zu Orlay, der einiges ausbessert. — Zu Brandsteter: bestelle einen schwarzen Anzug (440 S.). — Abends an der Sonate op. 90, Linie. 2

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

September 19, 1927.

Work on the little Suite in E major. 1 — At 4 o'clock to Orlay, who improves some things. — To Brandsteter: I order a black suit (440 shillings). — In the evening, work on the Urlinie graph of the Sonata Op. 90. 2

© Translation William Drabkin.

19. September 1927

An der kleinen Suite Edur. 1 — Um 4h zu Orlay, der einiges ausbessert. — Zu Brandsteter: bestelle einen schwarzen Anzug (440 S.). — Abends an der Sonate op. 90, Linie. 2

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

September 19, 1927.

Work on the little Suite in E major. 1 — At 4 o'clock to Orlay, who improves some things. — To Brandsteter: I order a black suit (440 shillings). — In the evening, work on the Urlinie graph of the Sonata Op. 90. 2

© Translation William Drabkin.

Footnotes

1 J. S. Bach French Suite No. 6 in E major, BWV 817: cf. Lessonbook 1927/28, p. 1 (Albersheim): Nov 11: "J. S. Bach Suite in E major, graphs of the Allemande begun"; Nov 21: "Allemande, final background graphs and performance"; pp. 7‒8 (Brünauer): Oct 6: "Bach Suite in E major, new, with [Ur]linien"; Oct 13: "I write all layers of the Allemande in ink!!"; Nov 17: "Sarabande, new"; Dec 29: "Polonaise new; I guide his pencil in the sketch of the graph; Jan 6, 1928: "Gigue, [Ur]linie during lesson"; p. 12 (Elias): Oct 4: "Bach Suite in E major, new"; Nov 22: "Gavotte, new"; Dec 13: "Polonaise, graph corrected"; Dec 27: "Bourrée"; Jan 12, 1928: "I introduce the graph of the Gigue"; p. 18 (Hoboken): Oct 28: "Bach Suite in E major, I show the [Ur]linien in the Allemande and Courante." The Oster Collection contains graphs of all eight movements of this suite, notably OC 69/37-39 and 42, and OC 70/20-25; and Der freie Satz includes graphs and discussions of the seven movements named in the Lessonbook.

2 Cf. Lessonbook 1927/28, p. 7 (Brünauer): Oct 3: Beethoven, Op. 90, new, with [Ur]linien.; Nov 7: "Whether the first movement of Op. 90 is ĄĂ or ĆĂ? Reasons?"