8. III. 14

Kritik von Graf in der „Zeit“, in der er kluger- u. raffinirterweise einlenkt 1 – selbstverständlich als Dritter nach Brahms u. Dahms u. Roth.

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Die Waage bringt die Adresse an Floriz, geschickt durch einen kleinen Aufsatz eingeleitet, als Antwort auf die den Herrn Wiener u. Bopp bereitete Reklame seitens des Konservatoriums u. Goldmarks. 2

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Karte an Floriz.

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© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

March 8, 1914.

Review by Graf in Die Zeit , in which he softens his tone in a clever and refined way 1 – obviously as a third [positive voice] after Brahms and Dahms and Roth.

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Die Wage publishes the address to Floriz preceded by a short essay, as a response to the publicity prepared by Messrs. Wiener and Bopp on behalf of the Conservatory and Goldmark. 2

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Postcard to Floriz.

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© Translation William Drabkin.

8. III. 14

Kritik von Graf in der „Zeit“, in der er kluger- u. raffinirterweise einlenkt 1 – selbstverständlich als Dritter nach Brahms u. Dahms u. Roth.

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Die Waage bringt die Adresse an Floriz, geschickt durch einen kleinen Aufsatz eingeleitet, als Antwort auf die den Herrn Wiener u. Bopp bereitete Reklame seitens des Konservatoriums u. Goldmarks. 2

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Karte an Floriz.

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© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

March 8, 1914.

Review by Graf in Die Zeit , in which he softens his tone in a clever and refined way 1 – obviously as a third [positive voice] after Brahms and Dahms and Roth.

*

Die Wage publishes the address to Floriz preceded by a short essay, as a response to the publicity prepared by Messrs. Wiener and Bopp on behalf of the Conservatory and Goldmark. 2

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Postcard to Floriz.

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© Translation William Drabkin.

Footnotes

1 Max Graf's review of the Erläuterungsausgabe of Op. 109 (Vienna: UE, 1913), "Beethoven-Schenker," in "Die Zeit", March 8, 1914, a clipping of which is preserved in Schenker's scrapbook, OC 2, page 39.

2 "Die musikakademische Reklamepauke," Die Wage, No. 10, 17th year, March 7, 1914, pp. 241–42. It was in 1914 that Karl Goldmark, who did not teach at the Conservatory, was elected as its first honorary member.