17. Blau;

— 6¼h auf! — Von ¾9–12h: Zeinisjoch bis zur Grenze; sehr heiß, windstill; Lie-Liechen pflückt Anemonen, Enzian, Trollblumen. — An Harassowitz [sic] (K.): Auskunft über den Verlag. — An den Verein Südmark 5 Schillinge. — Um ½5h ein schöner Sommerregen. — Von Dahms (Br.= OJ 10/1, [96]): dankt für das Jahrbuch, wird darüber in Schwers Zeitung, Berlin, schreiben; 1 – reist anfangs August nach Berlin, um den Almanach in Bewegung zu setzen. — Von der U.-E. (Br.): haben die Abrechnung geschickt, bevor mei- {2957} ne Erinnerung eingelaufen ist. — Mondnacht. 2

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

17, blue sky;

— Up at 6:15! — From 8:45 to 12: Zeinisjoch as far as the border; very hot, no wind at all; Lie-Liechen picks anemones, gentians, globe-flowers. — To Harrassowitz (postcard): information about the publisher. — To the Südmark organization: 5 shillings. — At 4:30 a lovely summer rain. — From Dahms (letter= OJ 10/1, [96]): thanks for the Yearbook , will write about it in Schwer's periodical in Berlin; – he is travelling to Berlin at the beginning of August, to set the almanac in motion. 1 — From UE (letter): they have sent the account, before my {2957} memory fades. — Bright, moonlit night. 2

© Translation William Drabkin.

17. Blau;

— 6¼h auf! — Von ¾9–12h: Zeinisjoch bis zur Grenze; sehr heiß, windstill; Lie-Liechen pflückt Anemonen, Enzian, Trollblumen. — An Harassowitz [sic] (K.): Auskunft über den Verlag. — An den Verein Südmark 5 Schillinge. — Um ½5h ein schöner Sommerregen. — Von Dahms (Br.= OJ 10/1, [96]): dankt für das Jahrbuch, wird darüber in Schwers Zeitung, Berlin, schreiben; 1 – reist anfangs August nach Berlin, um den Almanach in Bewegung zu setzen. — Von der U.-E. (Br.): haben die Abrechnung geschickt, bevor mei- {2957} ne Erinnerung eingelaufen ist. — Mondnacht. 2

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

17, blue sky;

— Up at 6:15! — From 8:45 to 12: Zeinisjoch as far as the border; very hot, no wind at all; Lie-Liechen picks anemones, gentians, globe-flowers. — To Harrassowitz (postcard): information about the publisher. — To the Südmark organization: 5 shillings. — At 4:30 a lovely summer rain. — From Dahms (letter= OJ 10/1, [96]): thanks for the Yearbook , will write about it in Schwer's periodical in Berlin; – he is travelling to Berlin at the beginning of August, to set the almanac in motion. 1 — From UE (letter): they have sent the account, before my {2957} memory fades. — Bright, moonlit night. 2

© Translation William Drabkin.

Footnotes

1 Dahms's review appeared in the Allgemeine Musikzeitung on December 24, 1926. (A review by Dahms of Meisterwerk 2 appeared in the same journal on February 3, 1928. Both are preserved in Schenker's scrapbook (OC 2).)

2 "Mondnacht": also the title of a poem by Eichendorff, set to music by numerous 19th-century composers (including Schumann and Brahms).