27. X.
Weisse :

Brahms Walzer Hm , T. 9, Wechselnoten-Harmonie; 1 Walzer Ed Vorhaltsauflösung durch Versetzung der Harmonie; aus Brahms Scherzo op. 60: die Modulation nach Gm u. die analoge {16} Stelle des Schlusses in Cm; Mißverständnis der Stufen, besonders der verminderten Accorde.

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, 2007, 2020


October 27, [1913]
Weisse :

Brahms Waltz in B minor, measure 9, changing-note harmony; 1 Waltz in E major resolution of suspension through chromatic alteration of the harmony; from Brahms the Scherzo of Op. 60: the modulation to G minor and the analogous {16} passage of the close in C minor; misunderstanding of the scale-degrees, especially of the diminished chords.

© Translation Ian Bent, 2020


27. X.
Weisse :

Brahms Walzer Hm , T. 9, Wechselnoten-Harmonie; 1 Walzer Ed Vorhaltsauflösung durch Versetzung der Harmonie; aus Brahms Scherzo op. 60: die Modulation nach Gm u. die analoge {16} Stelle des Schlusses in Cm; Mißverständnis der Stufen, besonders der verminderten Accorde.

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, 2007, 2020


October 27, [1913]
Weisse :

Brahms Waltz in B minor, measure 9, changing-note harmony; 1 Waltz in E major resolution of suspension through chromatic alteration of the harmony; from Brahms the Scherzo of Op. 60: the modulation to G minor and the analogous {16} passage of the close in C minor; misunderstanding of the scale-degrees, especially of the diminished chords.

© Translation Ian Bent, 2020

Footnotes

1 A detailed discussion of the harmonic structure of the E major Waltz occurs in the undated letter from Weisse to Schenker OJ 15/15, [K], p. 3. The inclusion of Brahms’s Horn Trio in the same letter, p. 1, suggests a dating in November or December.