29.
Deutsch :

op. 60 letzter Satz; Sinn des allegro comodo: Gelassenheit selbst in den gesteigerten Momenten; Reprise nur f , ff vor der Repr. 1

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, 2007, 2020


[January] 29, [1914]
Deutsch :

Op. 60 last movement; the spirit of the Allegro comodo: serenity even in the moments of intensity; recapitulation only f , ff prior to the recapitulation. 1

© Translation Ian Bent, 2020


29.
Deutsch :

op. 60 letzter Satz; Sinn des allegro comodo: Gelassenheit selbst in den gesteigerten Momenten; Reprise nur f , ff vor der Repr. 1

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, 2007, 2020


[January] 29, [1914]
Deutsch :

Op. 60 last movement; the spirit of the Allegro comodo: serenity even in the moments of intensity; recapitulation only f , ff prior to the recapitulation. 1

© Translation Ian Bent, 2020

Footnotes

1 Allegro comodo is the marking for the entire movement. — Schenker’s diary for this day records: “Mrs. Deutsch, as I learned from her, had the sum of 25 Kronen transferred to [Aron Mittelmann] through the benevolent society for the benefit of which she held her lecture in Brno. The form of the transfer was surely the iciest imaginable – as if it were an honorary gift of thousands. And oddly enough it did not occur to the benefactress to make this small withdrawal from her own coffers instead of those of the benevolent society!”