8. X. 14
Zuckerkandl :

Verborgene Zusammenhänge in BrahmsTrio, op. 8; Klavierquintett; Beethovens op. 111; über Regel u. Ausnahme. 1

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, ed. Ian Bent, 2007, 2020


October 8, 1914
Zuckerkandl :

Hidden connections in Brahms's Trio, Op. 8; Piano Quintet; Beethoven Op. 111; on rules and exceptions. 1

© Translation Ian Bent, 2020


8. X. 14
Zuckerkandl :

Verborgene Zusammenhänge in BrahmsTrio, op. 8; Klavierquintett; Beethovens op. 111; über Regel u. Ausnahme. 1

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, ed. Ian Bent, 2007, 2020


October 8, 1914
Zuckerkandl :

Hidden connections in Brahms's Trio, Op. 8; Piano Quintet; Beethoven Op. 111; on rules and exceptions. 1

© Translation Ian Bent, 2020

Footnotes

1 Zuckerkandl had attended his first lesson on October 1 as per Schenker's diary: "In the afternoon a new pupil appears, who is indeed quick-witted but unfortunately suffers from nervous tension."