4. XI.
Brünauer :

Vortrag der Nocturne, T. 1–8 u. Skizzen. 1

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, 2007, 2020


November 4, [1913]
Brünauer :

Performance of the Nocturne, measures 1–8 and sketches. 1

© Translation Ian Bent, 2020


4. XI.
Brünauer :

Vortrag der Nocturne, T. 1–8 u. Skizzen. 1

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, 2007, 2020


November 4, [1913]
Brünauer :

Performance of the Nocturne, measures 1–8 and sketches. 1

© Translation Ian Bent, 2020

Footnotes

1 Schenker’s diary for this day records: “Dr. Brünauer comes to his lesson moaning, and expresses his anguish that his own employees are dissenting against him, precisely at the moment in which he was intending only to do good for them. When I remarked about this, that it was characteristic of people to show themselves incapable of accepting acts of kindness – and, in a more colloquial manner of speaking: the people mount the greatest struggle against their benefactors – he remarked, in a strange tone of voice, that he too is among the guilty, since in the previous year he mounted a campaign against me on account of the lesson fee. He expressly admitted that I was completely in the right, and that it was also proper that he admitted this emphatically.”