Hupka:

Konzertprogramm, 1 dazu verschiedene kleine Stücke als Nummern künftiger Programme, z.B. Mendelssohn: Gondellied Gm {4} No 46 2 ; Chopin: Mazurken Am, Hm; Bach Präludium Esmoll. 3 Haydn: Menuett aus den Esdur Sonate. Chopin: Walzer Gesdur, Fdur, Des-dur. Schumann: Vogel als Prophet usw.

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, ed. Alan Dodson, 2007, 2020

Hupka:

Concert program, 1 with various small pieces as numbers for future programs, e.g. Mendelssohn: Gondola Song in G minor {4} No. 46 2 ; Chopin: Mazurkas in A minor, B minor; Bach Prelude in Eę minor. 3 Haydn: Minuet from the Sonata in Eę major. Chopin: Waltzes in Gę major, F major, Dę major. Schumann: "Vogel als Prophet," etc.

© Translation Alan Dodson, 2020

Hupka:

Konzertprogramm, 1 dazu verschiedene kleine Stücke als Nummern künftiger Programme, z.B. Mendelssohn: Gondellied Gm {4} No 46 2 ; Chopin: Mazurken Am, Hm; Bach Präludium Esmoll. 3 Haydn: Menuett aus den Esdur Sonate. Chopin: Walzer Gesdur, Fdur, Des-dur. Schumann: Vogel als Prophet usw.

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, ed. Alan Dodson, 2007, 2020

Hupka:

Concert program, 1 with various small pieces as numbers for future programs, e.g. Mendelssohn: Gondola Song in G minor {4} No. 46 2 ; Chopin: Mazurkas in A minor, B minor; Bach Prelude in Eę minor. 3 Haydn: Minuet from the Sonata in Eę major. Chopin: Waltzes in Gę major, F major, Dę major. Schumann: "Vogel als Prophet," etc.

© Translation Alan Dodson, 2020

Footnotes

1 Hupka played an all-Beethoven concert in the Mozart-Saal of the Wiener Konzerthaus on December 16, 1920. According to the digital archive of the Konzerthaus, the program included the Sonatas Op. 27, No. 2, Op. 81a, and Op. 101 as well as six Bagatelles and the Rondo a capriccio Op. 129 (“Rage over a Lost Penny”). Schenker’s diary describes a rehearsal at the Konzertsaal on December 14 in which Hupka says he will be repeating the concert in the Großer Saal, which seats over 1,800, and on December 30 invites Schenker to the rehearsal there. The Konzerthaus archive has no record of the latter event, but Schenker’s diary does mention another rehearsal by Hupka at the Konzerthaus on January 7, 1921. He also gave a recital in Berlin c. February 13 and apparently in Munich c. March 3.

2 Here Schenker seemingly conflates two of Mendelssohn’s Songs Without Words, namely No. 6 ("Gondellied") and No. 46, both of which are in G minor. The latter piece is not a barcarolle. A copy of Mendelssohn's Songs without Words from the Schenker Nachlass (OC score/79) contains annotations for performance and harmonic analysis in both pieces.

3 Schenker had written an article on this piece the previous spring for the first issue of Der Tonwille . According to his diary, he received the page-proofs for this article on September 27, 1920, a few days before the beginning of the 1920/21 saison.