16. III.
Weisse :

Gurre-Lieder; neuer eigener Walzer 1 ; 4/3[vertical] zuende , 6/5[vertical] begonnen. 2

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, 2007, 2020


March 16, [1914]
Weisse :

Gurre-Lieder ; a new waltz of his own 1 ; 4/3[vertical] through to the end, 6/5[vertical] begun. 2

© Translation Ian Bent, 2020


16. III.
Weisse :

Gurre-Lieder; neuer eigener Walzer 1 ; 4/3[vertical] zuende , 6/5[vertical] begonnen. 2

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, 2007, 2020


March 16, [1914]
Weisse :

Gurre-Lieder ; a new waltz of his own 1 ; 4/3[vertical] through to the end, 6/5[vertical] begun. 2

© Translation Ian Bent, 2020

Footnotes

1 Weisse had written 15 Walzer für das Pianoforte zu 2 Händen, Op. 3, in 1911. This was perhaps an addition. A preliminary list of Weisse’s compositions, compiled by Timothy Jackson, can be found in the Journal of Schenkerian Studies 4 (2010), pp. 184–86.

2 C. P. E. Bach, Essay on the True Art of Playing Keyboard Instruments, Eng. transl. William J. Mitchell (New York: W. W. Norton; London: Cassell, 1949; London: Eulenburg, 1974), pp. 233–43 "The Four-Three Chord," pp. 243–52 "The Six-Five Chord."