Mittw. 11. 3.

[in left margin:] Im Archiv wegen einiger nur in den Originalausgaben nachzusehenden Stellen für die Quintenpartie des Cp . 1

Im Konzertver. Abends: „Meerest. u. Glückl-Fahrt“ von Mendelss. u. H. Wolfs „ Penthesilea “ (monoton in der Orchestration u. im Stofflichen!) 2

© Transcription Ian Bent, 2017


Wednesday, March 11

[in left margin:] In the Archive in search of passages for the section on fifths in Counterpoint that are to be found only in the original editions. 1

In the Konzertverein in the evening: Mendelssohn's "Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage" and Hugo Wolf's Penthesilea (monotonous in its orchestration and in the material!). 2

© Translation Ian Bent, 2017


Mittw. 11. 3.

[in left margin:] Im Archiv wegen einiger nur in den Originalausgaben nachzusehenden Stellen für die Quintenpartie des Cp . 1

Im Konzertver. Abends: „Meerest. u. Glückl-Fahrt“ von Mendelss. u. H. Wolfs „ Penthesilea “ (monoton in der Orchestration u. im Stofflichen!) 2

© Transcription Ian Bent, 2017


Wednesday, March 11

[in left margin:] In the Archive in search of passages for the section on fifths in Counterpoint that are to be found only in the original editions. 1

In the Konzertverein in the evening: Mendelssohn's "Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage" and Hugo Wolf's Penthesilea (monotonous in its orchestration and in the material!). 2

© Translation Ian Bent, 2017

Footnotes

1 The paragraphs of Kontrapunkt that discuss the treatment of fifths are §§10‒12, pp. 177‒92 (Eng. transl. 130‒40), and the sources that Schenker cites or quotes are Moritz Hauptmann, Die Natur der Harmonik und Metrik (1853), Hugo Riemann, Handbuch der Harmonielehre (1890, 3/1898), and Louis and Thuille, Harmonielehre (1907), and by footnote Fux, Gradus ad Parnassum (1725) (quoting Mitzler), Albrechtsberger, Gründliche Anweisung zur Composition (1790), Cherubini, Cours de contrepoint et de fugue (1835), and Graedener, System der Harmonielehre (1877).

2 This, the second of two statutory members' concerts (also given on the 10th), took place, according to the Neue freie Presse, at 7.30 p.m. on March 11 in the Great Hall of the Musikverein Building. The program comprised Mendelssohn, Overture "Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage," the Mozart Violin Concerto in A major [K. 219] (Marie Soldat-Roeger, violin), Hugo Wolf, symphonic poem Penthesilea, and Haydn, Symphony [No. 103] in Eę major [("Drumroll")].