Freit. 21. 2.

[in left margin:]
Prag 1903??
[end]
Von d’Albert trifft die Einladung [= OJ 9/6, [48]] zur Generalprobe von „Tiefland“ ein. 1

Regulierung der Schulden an Buchhändler, Schneider, Schuster, Pensionsfonds, Floriz u. I. M. etc im Betrage von 813 Kr. 36 Hr.

© Transcription Ian Bent, 2017


Friday, February 21

[in left margin:]
Prague 1903??
[end]
I receive an invitation [= OJ 9/6, [48]] from d’Albert to the dress rehearsal of Tiefland. 1

Settlement of debts to book dealer, tailor, shoemaker, pension fund, Floriz and Irene Mayerhofer etc in the sum of 813 Kroner 36 Heller.

© Translation Ian Bent, 2017


Freit. 21. 2.

[in left margin:]
Prag 1903??
[end]
Von d’Albert trifft die Einladung [= OJ 9/6, [48]] zur Generalprobe von „Tiefland“ ein. 1

Regulierung der Schulden an Buchhändler, Schneider, Schuster, Pensionsfonds, Floriz u. I. M. etc im Betrage von 813 Kr. 36 Hr.

© Transcription Ian Bent, 2017


Friday, February 21

[in left margin:]
Prague 1903??
[end]
I receive an invitation [= OJ 9/6, [48]] from d’Albert to the dress rehearsal of Tiefland. 1

Settlement of debts to book dealer, tailor, shoemaker, pension fund, Floriz and Irene Mayerhofer etc in the sum of 813 Kroner 36 Heller.

© Translation Ian Bent, 2017

Footnotes

1 Eugen d'Albert, music drama Tiefland, first performed to limited success at the New German Theater in Prague on November 15, 1903. In revised, and more successful form, it received its Vienna première at the Hofoper on February 25, 1908 with follow-up performances on the 26th and 29th, under Franz Schalk. D'Albert's postcard (OJ 9/6, [48]) reads: "Would you like to attend tomorrow ‒ Saturday ‒ at 10.30 the dress rehearsal of Tiefland? If yes, please pick me up at the Hotel Sacher tomorrow at about 10.30."