15. XII.
Weisse :

Reprisen-Stücke 1 von Em. Bach; Bdur Streichquartett v. Brahms, höchst originelle Form des 1. Satzes; über einen Aphorismus v. Kraus, siehe Tagebuch. 2

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, 2007, 2020


December 15, [1913]
Weisse :

Reprise pieces 1 by C. P. E. Bach; Bę major String Quartet by Brahms, the most highly original form of the first movement; on an aphorism of Kraus, see diary. 2

© Translation Ian Bent, 2020


15. XII.
Weisse :

Reprisen-Stücke 1 von Em. Bach; Bdur Streichquartett v. Brahms, höchst originelle Form des 1. Satzes; über einen Aphorismus v. Kraus, siehe Tagebuch. 2

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, 2007, 2020


December 15, [1913]
Weisse :

Reprise pieces 1 by C. P. E. Bach; Bę major String Quartet by Brahms, the most highly original form of the first movement; on an aphorism of Kraus, see diary. 2

© Translation Ian Bent, 2020

Footnotes

1 Reference to C. P. E. Bach’s two volumes of Kurze und leichte Clavierstücke mit veränderten Reprisen … (1766, 1768). Schenker introduced these pieces also to Deutsch and Elias on the same day and Hupka on the previous day.

2 There is nothing about Kraus in Schenker’s diary for December 1913, and no aphorism recounted in the previous or following month.