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  • OJ 14/45, [13] Handwritten letter from Moriz Violin to Schenker, dated February 2, 1922

    In this direct reply to Schenker's previous letter, OJ 6/7, [2], Violin expresses his dismay that some of the performing material for keyboard concertos by C. P. E. Bach, including original cadenzas by Schenker, appear to have gone missing. — He reports on his growing number of pupils, on the acquisition of a piano for his apartment, and on Hamburg's extremely conservative musical tastes.

  • OJ 6/7, [11] Handwritten letter from Schenker to Moriz Violin, dated November 6, 1924

    Schenker has received a photographic reproduction of the opening chorus of Bach's St Matthew Passion. — Gives account of delays to the publication of Tonwille 8/9 and 10, blaming Hertzka for being slow to send work to the engraver, and has written to him with a request to dissolve the Tonwille contract with UE. — Refers to a recent review by (Julius) Korngold, and recounts a long story about his piano dealer, Bernhard Kohn.

  • OJ 9/34, [38] Handwritten letter from Cube to Schenker, dated September 7, 1933

    Cube reports on his poor health and straitened cirumstances, teaching at two conservatories and private pupils; he eagerly awaits Der freie Satz, and reports on his investigation of diatonic systems.