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  • Regiuerungsrat Dr. Richtera
  • Dr. Richtera
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  • OJ 89/1, [2] Handwritten letter from Schenker to van Hoboken, dated August 12, 1927

    Schenker acknowledges van Hoboken's letter, OJ 11/54, 14, dated August 7, 1927; encloses seven articles; responds regarding Haydn, Furtwängler, the "Appeal" for the Photogrammarchiv, an exhibition in Frankfurt, John Petrie Dunn, Reinhard Oppel, Das Meisterwerk in der Musik, vol. II, Otto Erich Deutsch, and an honorarium; and sends best wishes for the Hobokens' trip to Switzerland, reporting on von Cube.

  • OJ 89/1, [8] Handwritten letter from Schenker to van Hoboken, dated December 17, 1927

    Reply from Dr. Richtera has arrived, and Schenker encloses it; Otto Erich Deutsch is invited to give a lecture about the damages. — Hoboken has had a letter from Alban Berg that may be intentionally ironic; Schenker reflects on the spirit of the Photogrammarchiv.

  • OJ 6/7, [43] Handwritten letter from Schenker to Moriz Violin, dated November 13, 1929

    Urging his friend to write only when he feels up to it, Schenker gives Violin some news of his own: that the Eroica Symphony monograph is finished but a publisher who is capable of dealing with the numerous music examples must be found; that Schenker will work unceasingly on Der freie Satz once the Eroica is out of the way; that the Photogram Archive has grown in size in two years, and that so many requests for information have been received that a yearbook is planned, with critical reports, new editions, and the like; that Hoboken and Vrieslander have fallen out (over money matters); that Schenker's brother Mozio (Moses) has separated from his wife after 25 years of marriage and that he his has been giving music lessons to Mozio’s son, a cellist in the Baden city orchestra.

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