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Pupil of Schenker's from October 1915 until Spring 1919, studying solo piano and concerto repertory (Chopin, Beethoven, Brahms), apparently without theory.


  • Marko Deisinger

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  • OJ 6/6, [7] Handwritten letter from Schenker to Moriz Violin, dated March 20, 1918

    [50th Festschrift:] Schenker intends not to influence anyone in their decision to contribute or not. — [Personal issues:] Schenker agrees to draw a line under issues discussed in OJ 6/6, [6]; however, he accounts for his epistolary silence regarding Valerie Violin, including the possible contact with Seligmann; he attempts to explain the matter of the jars of jam and the absence of visits to Schönbrunn, describing vividly how tirelessly Jeanette works and how dependent they both are on Sunday for work time; he expresses outrage that he and Jeanette live so poorly while his pupils live lives of luxury, commenting bitterly on state of play over the Sofie Deutsch stipend; he wishes the Violins well for their 6-month stay in Marburg.